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First World Problems

I thought it time to blog about those small things that make life so annoying for so many people – and I don’t just mean Little Fella* 1,634 more words


Movie Crime Log: We Still Kill The Old Way

If you see some old persons glaring at you on public transport this week, don’t worry, that’s quite normal. It probably has more to do with failing eyesight than any transgression on your part. 184 more words


Exodus 22:18

The wind howled through the old house. Outside, the trees, their thin branches like dead fingers, scraped at the windows. Huddled beside a guttering fire sat an aged shape. 1,941 more words

The Witchfinder General will hang, burn and mutilate you if you don't tune into BBC2 tonight!

UK viewers can catch a late-night screening of director Michael Reeves’ cult 1968 horror, Witchfinder General on BBC2 (and in HD) this Halloween night at 12.05am. 116 more words

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Book Review - Witch Hunt by Syd Moore

I was really keen to read this book, what with it being the month of October, I thought it would help set the scene for Halloween and get me in the mood. 346 more words

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Blood on Satan's Claw (1971)

Re-watching this last night only cemented my opinion that Blood on Satan’s Claw is one of the very best British horror films. It may not be the most famous -certainly the best Hammer films have always been more popular and likely always will- but there is a dark undercurrent that elevates… 578 more words


Twins of Evil (1971) | Peter Cushing gets into double trouble in the last of Hammer’s Karnstein trilogy

Which is the Virgin? Which is the Vampire?
Orphaned twins Maria (Madeleine Collinson) and Frieda (Mary Collinson) go to live with their Uncle Gustav Weil (Peter Cushing), a fanatical puritan who heads up a vigilante group, The Brotherhood, which is feared for their witch-hunts and burnings. 502 more words