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- 05/20/13--04:17: _The Devil Rides Out
- 05/31/13--11:40: _Gargoyles (1972, TV...
- 06/21/13--10:49: _Basil Gogos (artist)
- 06/23/13--08:58: _Vampire Hunting Kit
- 06/28/13--04:27: _The Cat Creeps (1930)
- 07/11/13--12:56: _Gothic: The Dark He...
- 07/11/13--16:28: _Bela Lugosi’s Dead ...
- 09/30/13--05:16: _Hands of the Ripper
- 11/16/13--07:58: _“From Hell…” Jack t...
- 11/20/13--07:21: _Horror (aka The Bla...
- 12/13/13--06:32: _Phantasmagoria (alb...
- 12/16/13--08:42: _Bob Clark (director)
- 01/02/14--11:09: _The Hounds of the B...
- 01/03/14--04:59: _The Hierarchy of He...
- 01/12/14--12:42: _Dr. Jekyll and Mr. ...
- 01/20/14--15:49: _The Horrible Sexy V...
- 01/22/14--15:36: _Frankenstein (TV mi...
- 02/16/14--15:36: _Sphere horror paper...
- 02/20/14--12:17: _Tender Dracula
- 02/21/14--13:00: _Night of the Werewo...
- 05/20/13--04:17: The Devil Rides Out
- 05/31/13--11:40: Gargoyles (1972, TV movie)
- 06/21/13--10:49: Basil Gogos (artist)
- 06/23/13--08:58: Vampire Hunting Kit
- 06/28/13--04:27: The Cat Creeps (1930)
- 07/11/13--12:56: Gothic: The Dark Heart of Film (cultural project)
- 07/11/13--16:28: Bela Lugosi’s Dead (rock song)
- 09/30/13--05:16: Hands of the Ripper
- 11/16/13--07:58: “From Hell…” Jack the Ripper at the Movies and on TV
- 11/20/13--07:21: Horror (aka The Blancheville Monster)
- 12/13/13--06:32: Phantasmagoria (album by The Damned)
- 12/16/13--08:42: Bob Clark (director)
- 01/03/14--04:59: The Hierarchy of Hell – Who’s Who in The Underworld (article)
- 01/12/14--12:42: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931 film)
- 01/20/14--15:49: The Horrible Sexy Vampire
- 01/22/14--15:36: Frankenstein (TV mini-series, 2004)
- 02/16/14--15:36: Sphere horror paperbacks [updated]
- 02/20/14--12:17: Tender Dracula
- 02/21/14--13:00: Night of the Werewolf (Spanish title: El Retorno del Hombre Lobo)
The Devil Rides Out, released as The Devil’s Bride in the United States, is a 1968 British Hammer horror film, based on the 1934 novel of the same name by Dennis Wheatley. It was written by American writer Richard Matheson and directed by Terence Fisher. The film stars Christopher Lee, Leon... Read More ›
Gargoyles is a 1972 American TV movie. It was directed by Bill L. Norton and stars Cornel Wilde, Jennifer Salt, Grayson Hall and Bernie Casey. It is, perhaps, most notable for being the first showcase for the talents of make-up and... Read More ›
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Basil Gogos is an illustrator best known for his striking, often colourful portraits of movie monsters which appeared on the covers of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine in the 1960s and 70s. Basil Gogos was born to Greek parents in Egypt and his... Read More ›
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Vampire hunting kits first appeared in the mid-Victorian era, around the year 1840. They became even more common post-1897 with the publication of Bram Stoker‘s novel Dracula, appealing to both the Victorian’s passion for highly decorative conversation pieces and their... Read More ›
The Cat Creeps is a 1930 horror/thriller directed by Rupert Julian and John Willard and produced by Carl Laemmle, Jr for Universal Pictures. As with many films of the late silent/early talkie era, most notoriously London After Midnight, the film is considered... Read More ›
The British Film Institute (BFI)’s Gothic: The Dark Heart of Film, is a 2013 project celebrating one of Britain’s biggest cultural exports as revealed through four compelling themes: Monstrous, The Dark Arts, Haunted and Love is a Devil. “With over... Read More ›
Bela Lugosi’s Dead is a gothic rock song written by the band Bauhaus. The song was the band’s first single, recorded in January and released in August 1979 by Small Wonder Records, and is often considered to be one the first gothic rock record released.... Read More ›
Hands of the Ripper is a 1971 British horror film directed by Peter Sasdy for Hammer Film Productions. Produced by one of the few female members of staff at Hammer, Aida Young, who had previously worked on the likes of One Million Years B.C., She, Taste the Blood of... Read More ›
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Jack the Ripper. The very name conjures up images of fog-shrouded streets, grisly murder and chirpy, voluptuous Cockney street girls spilling out of East End dens of inequity to meet their fate as the cloaked and top-hatted Saucy Jack searched... Read More ›
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Horror (aka The Blancheville Monster) is a 1963 Italian/Spanish horror film directed by Alberto De Martino from a screenplay by Bruno and Sergio Corbucci, Giovanni Grimaldi based upon an (uncredited) story by Edgar Allan Poe. The cast includes: Helga Liné (Horror Express, The Dracula Saga,... Read More ›
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Phantasmagoria (literally, a sequence of haphazardly associative imagery, as seen in dreams or fever) is the sixth album by punk/psychedelic/goth band The Damned, released by MCA Records in July 1985. After much wrangling, the band signed a new contract with MCA in October 1984... Read More ›
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Benjamin ‘Bob’ Clark could have been one of the leading lights of the horror genre after making a series of popular and critically acclaimed shockers during the 1970′s. Yet despite being as prolific (often more so) than the likes of... Read More ›
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories – and the ongoing industry spun off from them – have a curious connection to the horror genre. The image of the master detective, stalking the fog-bound streets of London, seem to be... Read More ›
From the earliest times, mythical demons have inhabited all faiths and religions but Christianity really grasped the nettle whole-heartedly, with various writers recording ever-more elaborate inhabitants of Hell and going to great lengths to explain their roles and where specifically... Read More ›
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a 1931 American Pre-Code horror film directed by Rouben Mamoulian and starring Fredric March. The film is an adaptation of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1886), the Robert Louis Stevenson tale of a man who takes a potion which turns him... Read More ›
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The Horrible Sexy Vampire is a 1970 Spanish horror film (original title: El vampiro de la autopista “The Vampire of the Highway”) written and directed by José Luis Madrid (Seven Murders for Scotland Yard). It stars Waldemar Wohlfahrt [Wal Davis], Barta Barri, Anastasio Campoy, Susan... Read More ›
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Frankenstein is a 2004 U.S. television mini-series directed by Kevin Connor (At the Earth’s Core, Motel Hell) from a screenplay by Mark Kruger based on the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. It follows the original book more closely than other adaptions. It stars Alec Newman, Luke Goss (Unearthed), Julie Delpy, Nicole Lewis, Monika... Read More ›
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Sphere horror paperbacks were published in the UK during the 1970s and 1980s. They were hugely popular and many – such as Lust for a Vampire, Blind Terror, The Ghoul, Squirm and Dawn of the Dead – were movie tie-ins and... Read More ›
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Tender Dracula, or Confessions of a Blood Drinker (French: Tendre Dracula or, alternately, La Grande Trouille) is a 1974 French horror film directed by Pierre Grunstein. It stars Peter Cushing, Alida Valli, Miou-Miou, Bernard Menez and Nathalie Courval. The plot involves two writers who take their girlfriends... Read More ›
El Retorno del Hombre Lobo (Return of the Wolfman) is a 1981 Spanish horror film that is the ninth in a long series about the werewolf Count Waldemar Daninsky, played by Paul Naschy. It was briefly released theatrically in the US in 1985 by The Film Concept... Read More ›