I found this double page advert in an old film magazine from 1969 whilst doing research at the archive library of the BFI. I wasn’t looking for Hammer so was pleased and excited to find this striking artwork out of the blue. I’d not seen either film as they were never shown on TV and […]
Archive for August, 2008
That is apparently what Boris Karloff said any time someone brought up Lugosi in conversation. He had obviously seen Night Monster.
Universal had enjoyed a lot of success in the horror genre during the 1930s. They were responsible for bringing terrified audiences Dracula, Frankenstein and The Mummy amongst others, and made stars of hard-working actors […]
Well, he is obviously the son of the devil, or how else would he manage to attract all these girls when he’s clearly not that good looking? At least, that’s what I would have thought had I watched this film when I was his age. Alone.
I first tried to watch Omen II a couple of […]