We're big fans of the Hammer horror films, the classic British scare fests that launched the careers of Christopher Lee, who played Dracula ten times for the studio, and Peter Cushing, who was usually Dr. Frankenstein.
For a long while, Hollywood didn't really have much in the way of an Edgar Allan Poe film before The Raven - which is hitting theaters on April 27.
Jennifer Lawrence - aka Katniss of The Hunger Games - is starring in a new horror flick, House at the End of the Street.
It’s a sad fact of life that’s going to become more prevalent as time goes by, but we’re going to be losing a lot of movies because no one is preserving them by keeping the celluloid elements in shape.
Hammer president Simon Oakes says the UK-based studio is seriously considering rebooting classic horror movies such as Dracula, The Abominable Snowman and The Reptile.
Whether you follow the box office horserace every weekend or not, Superbowl weekend was a nice one at the movies.
Hammer was the British film company that produced such classics as The Horror of Dracula and The Curse of Frankenstein, while making stars out of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.