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Discussion in 'Cinema: General' started by Doctor Omega, Nov 6, 2017.
Your thoughts on - and memories of - the studio that dripped blood.....
The first Hammer movie that I ever saw was on an old black and white telly and it was CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN.
I was hooked from then on.
This scene scared the living daylights out of me at the time!
I've got the two Hammer novels by John Burke (later versions of course) plus Scars of Dracula as a book plus have all the Hammer magazines from 75-77 I believe, 1-23 and was very saddened when it failed to continue plus the revised editions which came out in the nineties and only lasted for seven issues! I remember that I searched for years to find any Hammer paperbacks back in the late seventies but I was just a few years too late! I did find Dr.Terror's House of Horrors and Vault of Horror as books in a fantasy shop in Leicester back in the late nineties even though they were Amicus rather than hammer!