The age of Hammer Horror redefined the way we looked at classic monsters. With Dracula (titled Horror of Dracula in the U.S.), the British studio turned the vampire count into a violent, athletic monster -- Bram Stoker's creation had a new lease of life, and horror cinema would never be the same.
Join in celebrating the performances of Christopher Lee as Dracula and Peter Cushing as Van Helsing, together with the other cast and crew members who helped bring this classic to life. Authors Nige Burton and Jamie Jones examine the gothic atmosphere of Hammer Horror and the ways in which Dracula 1958 changed our perception of the character.
Any fan of the Hammer Dracula movies will love this guide to the beginnings of the series. This luxury publication is produced in full color, with stills, lobby cards and posters illustrating in-depth articles and biographies that throw new light on this classic horror movie. You'll discover fresh insight into the cinematic drama in front of the camera, and the close-knit team who worked behind the scenes.
Magazine specification: 36 pages. Full color throughout. Packed with photos, posters, articles and info. Printed and finished to the highest standard on thick paper stock.
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