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StudioCanal Launch Appeal For Lost Wicker Man Materials

by Martyn Conterio 13 May 2013

Robin Hardy’s chilling classic, The Wicker Man, is forty years young. To celebrate the occasion – and to mark the film as one of Britain’s greatest, and oddest, horror pictures – StudioCanal have launched an appeal to help recover lost material.

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In Review: The Curse of Frankenstein on Blu-ray

by Joshua Searle 5 November 2012

It’s hard to imagine now, but in 1957 The Human Centipede didn’t exist and there hadn’t been 7 Saws and 3 Hostels. In fact, the most gruesome thing cinema-punters had were Universal’s Dracula and Frankenstein cycles, films that were slowly closing in on their 30th anniversaries.

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Special Report: Dracula Prince of Darkness (1966)

by Mike Richardson 29 February 2012

After a trip to the blood donors, the kindly nurses and doctors generally suggest taking it easy and drinking plenty of liquids, yet last Friday my post-donation time was spent in a disused crypt in the bowels of London Waterloo instead; in the company of Hammer Horror

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