This post contains graphic and mature content, please read at your own risk. Twins of Evil is fascinating because it comes after Lust for A Vampire in the Karnstein Quadrilogy and it's as if someone said "What made The Vampire Lovers good and Lust for a Vampire awful?" Don't get me wrong, Lust for a… Continue reading Deadly Legacy
This post contains graphic, mature content. Please read with caution. Vampire Circus is not your standard Hammer Horror Film. Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee are nowhere to be seen. The heroes of the film know little about their enemy, but this is not shown in a campy way. There is real danger here, real death,… Continue reading Beware… the circus has come to town
I’d like to preface this post by saying that I love Hammer Horror films. I discovered them as a teen, but my uncle and mother had both spoken about them before that, although I wasn’t allowed to watch them. Some of my favourites include The Hound of the Baskervilles, Dracula, The Mummy, The Vampire Lovers,… Continue reading The Kids Aren’t Alright: Dracula 1972 A.D.
I will be taking part in the The So Bad It's Good Blogathon hosted by Taking Up Room, so please watch this space!
As always, spoilers ahead! So if you don't want all the surprise sucked out of your first time viewing, close the coffin and retreat. The title for The Brides of Dracula (1960) is misleading, as the film does not feature Dracula, and the brides are rather scarce. Although Bride of Baron Meinster would probably have been a bit… Continue reading Vampirism and the Single Girl