LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS #46
In 1957, following up on their mammoth worldwide success with the release of The Curse of Frankenstein, Hammer Films produced what many fans consider one of the finest horror movies ever made and, perhaps, the greatest of the Dracula films.
Horror of Dracula (UK-Dracula) vaulted Christopher Lee's Dracula to iconic status and cemented Peter Cushing's standing as the greatest of the new horror movie stars. Read the inside story of how it all came about. The production. The performers. From Rondo Award-winning author Bruce G. Hallenbeck.
WHO WILL BE HIS BRIDE TONIGHT - The Making of HORROR OF DRACULA (UK-DRACULA) by Bruce G. Hallenbeck.
Colin Cowie on DRACULA - The Man Who Watched Dracula More Than a Thousand Times As told to his missus Susan Cowie.
A WEEKEND WITH BARBARA - Tribute to Barbara Shelley by Stephen Laws.
It all happened long ago, before I was born. Like a dream of the past that's somehow part of the future - VENGEANCE OF SHE by Gary Smith
British Character Actors 9 - Jenny Runacre (The Final Programme, The Creeping Flesh, etc.) - Interview by John Stoker.
Hammer's Old Guard - Alan McDonald (clapper/loader) - Interviewed by Wayne Kinsey.
The Making of THE MEN WHO MADE HAMMER series and Hammer Horror at Scream Factory by Constantine Nasr.
Confessions of a Frazzled Film Programmer in Covid-complicated Times (w/Hammer prints in tow!) by Andy MacDougall.
Hammer House of Horror: Blu-ray release - Australia, with comments by Kim Newman and Jonathan Rigby.
... and more!
Front Cover by Mark Maddox
Back Cover by Neil D. Vokes
Inside Front Covers by Bruce Timm
Inside Back Cover by Mike Schneider
4-Page full color art insert - Ron Lizorty, Steve Karchin, Bob Lizarraga, Paul Watts
Lots of Original Artwork and Rare Photos!
The Best Classic British Horror Film Coverage Since 1972.
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