I Love Hammer Horror From the 60s

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    Yes, Yes Yes

    Oh wow! My parents have a lot of these movies on VHS and DVD. I`m forever borrowing them. They are so garishly beautiful. I remember wanting to grow up and be as beautiful and evil as Ingrid Pitt.
    tiggles tiggles
    22-25, F
    1 Response Jun 18, 2009

    I Love Their Movies!

    From 1958 classic Dracula to their (often) wonderful 1970´s output, Hammer made movies with classic monsters, gorgeous visuals and atmosphere... Too bad they don´t make such fun films anymore!
    ScarletAngel ScarletAngel
    36-40, F
    2 Responses Jun 26, 2009

    Horror Gets Color And Class.

    With "The Curse of Frankenstien" and "Dracula" (a.k.a. "Horror of Dracula") Hammer Films ended the 1950's by establishing a winning formula for gothic horror movies. A strong cast-you can't get better than Peter Cushing (the Baron,Sherlock Holmes, Van Helsing...) and Christopher...
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    1 Response Nov 29, 2012


    I have been watching Frankenstein Created Woman There is something about them that I can work and I can watch them now and then and delight in the same old actors in the same roles- Peter Cushing for instance. There is a comfort in them and a sense of comedy
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    2 Responses Apr 27, 2009


    OMG! I just love these old movies. They were all shot on small budgets, but they remain some of the most beautiful movies it has been my honour to enjoy.
    fullfigureozchick fullfigureozchick
    18-21, F
    2 Responses Jul 2, 2009

    I loved watching those movies on TV

    when I was growing up in the 70's and 80's. The gothic settings and rich vivid colours were striking but not striking as much as some of the leading ladies. Valerie Leon and Ingrid Pitt especially come to mind. Also, the late Christopher Lee was by far the best Count Dracula.
    timesorted timesorted
    46-50, M
    Mar 20

    Midnight, Tonight

    Tonight might just have to be "Curse of the Werewolf" night.  Reading flutterbly's story reminded me that I haven't seen an Oliver Reed flick in a while. Wish I could have more of a chill in the air, like a brisk Halloween night.  And a storm going on with...
    failedexperiment failedexperiment
    31-35, M
    1 Response Apr 29, 2009

    Back To The Basics

    Hammer movies were amazing. I can appreciate a movie involving monsters that doesn't require thousands of gallons of fake blood. It was wonderful to see the expressive eyes of someone like Bela Legosi or the body movements of Lon Chaney. I like the fact that kids and adults could...
    GentlemanTony GentlemanTony
    36-40, M
    Jul 1, 2011

    Hammer Time

    I honestly cannnot remember what my first Hammer film was, or when I saw it, but it must have made an impact. I got hooked on Hammer Horror thanks to the vamps in his films and Christopher Lee,  well.........one of if not the best vamps on the screen!!  Scary but draws...
    Seanachai Seanachai
    36-40, F
    2 Responses Apr 30, 2009
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