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yngwies Cat 3:26 Sun Jan 28
Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
Used to shit me up as a kid. Currently watching "The Scars of Dracula" 1970.

It's so bad it' great. Young Dennis Waterman sounding very posh. Hammy acting, bats on strings, cleavages, and gallons of Tom sauce. Christopher Lee is great though.

Anyone got a favourite?

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Swiss. 4:54 Mon Jan 29
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
The 1980s series was good.

Swiss. 4:51 Mon Jan 29
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
One of my best mate's Dad owned Hammer Films. he sold it to one of Saatchi bros a while back.

Heard some fun stories. One I seem to recall begging Richard Widmark to come back on set after accusing the writers of being sick. (To The Devil a Daughter) And Betty Davies knocking down the G&Ts in Borehamwood.

claret50 5:10 Mon Jan 29
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
Reply neilalex 11:53 Sun Jan 28

Ain't nothing wrong with a pair of finely tuned tits mate.

medwayhammer1 2:22 Mon Jan 29
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
Another vote for Witchfinder General.....plus Hammer always had some fantastic cleavege on show...so im in!

yngwies Cat 12:19 Mon Jan 29
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
Good shout for Witch Finder General.

Old Vincent Price is great news that.

Don't think it was a Hammer production but Children of the Damned was great.

Ha and Cary on Screaming....

Don't make em like that anymore

neilalex 12:16 Mon Jan 29
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
One million years BC was Raquel Welch?

zebthecat 12:14 Mon Jan 29
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
One million years BC is pretty damn good too. What more could a teenager want.

Takashi Miike 12:09 Mon Jan 29
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
loved Ingrid Pitt, Caroline Munro and Madeline Smith

neilalex 11:53 Sun Jan 28
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
Surely everybody who grew up watching these films did so mainly to get sight of bare breasts on tv? Couldn't just have been me, surely?

bruuuno 11:51 Sun Jan 28
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
Witchfinder general Was very fucked up and scary I thought

The Dursley Massive 10:37 Sun Jan 28
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
It’s a bit obvious to say The Wicker Man, but I’m going to say it anyway. The Wicker Man.

And Twins Of Evil.

ted fenton 10:17 Sun Jan 28
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
Majority of these films were made at Bray studios

yngwies Cat 4:07 Sun Jan 28
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
Oh, check that one out.

This film had Jenny Hanley, bird that was one of the presenters of Magpie. Phrrorrr.

Private Dancer 3:28 Sun Jan 28
Re: Hammer House Horror films...(Not the FA Cup Wigan game)
'Get Out' is very good, not sure if it's a horror film as such though.





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