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Manor On Movies--Project Moon Base
9 Dec 2015
Project Moon Base (1953) Project Moon Base has everything you could want in a science-fiction yarn. Well, okay, it doesn't have a chase scene, swordfights, a toe-tapping theme song, ...

Page to Scream: Ghost Story and Adapting the Books of the Horror Boom
27 Nov 2015
Time was when adapting a horror novel into a film meant digging back to the classics, or at least the fairly well-thought of, so the big movies of the early years of the genre tended to be crafted fro...

So Long, Soledad: Vampyros Lesbos and She Killed in Ecstasy
6 Nov 2015
If it had not been for a fatal car accident in 1970, who knows where the career of Spanish actress Soledad Miranda would have ended up? It’s a question that hangs over her death in the minds of her f...

Green Screen: Ecological Horror of the 1970s
28 Aug 2015
Although the United Kingdom had its Keep Britain Tidy campaign running from the late nineteen-sixties onwards, with posters and leaflets you hoped did not end up tossed aside in the street like Roy Hu...

What in the Weird? Arthur C. Clarke’s World of Strange Powers
13 Aug 2015
In Britain back in the nineteen-eighties, if you wanted to scare yourself when you were of a tender age, then the best way to go about it would either be to watch a video nasty should you be able to g...

Public Info Ltd: The Essential Richard Massingham
26 Jul 2015
Not everyone likes being told what to do, when to do it and the method to use, even if it will do them good, so for public information films there is an obstacle to overcome in that they would be play...

Who Ordered a Seqwolf? Howling II and American Werewolf in Paris
22 Jun 2015
There had been werewolf movies around almost since the horror genre began in the silent days, but the real hit that established a bunch of rules seeming so authentic they became part of the folklore w...

Animania 2000: Halas and Batchelor Cartoons
14 Jun 2015
While over in the United States there were a wealth of animation studios jostling for position, in Britain for many decades there was really only one that made much of an impact until Bob Godfrey, Cos...

Going Medieval: Black Angel and Excalibur
17 May 2015
The sword and sorcery genre that blossomed briefly in the nineteen-eighties took a few forms, but mostly what you’d get would either be set in some desert landscape, or at least some sunbleached regio...

They Wouldn’t Change a Single Thing: British Satire Movies
28 Apr 2015
The British disease is what is often called its class system, but the antidote in the mind of many a commentator is the power of laughter, and the nation’s comedy has long had a tradition of taking th...

A Comedy of Terrors: The Addams Influence
7 Apr 2015
If there was one film said to have affected the brilliant cartoonist Charles Addams the most in his formative years, it was James Whale’s Universal horror of 1932 The Old Dark House, which drew...

Strength in Numbers: Walter Hill’s Street Gangs
17 Mar 2015
Movie street gangs tended to be very different from actual street gangs in that the silver screen versions would feature much exaggeration, stylisation and general souping up to conform to genre. The...

Manor On Movies--Frankenstein Island (1981)
12 Feb 2015
He is revered by countless millions, worshipped around the globe. Many can recite his most profound words verbatim, so deep is their devotion. You can even find placards, auto accessories and T-shir...

Cold in July: Jim Mickle Q&A
23 Oct 2014
The PR people for Cold in July sent us this interview with its director, Jim Mickle. Read on... After tackling killer viruses in Mulberry Street, vampires in Stakeland and cannibals in We A...

Adventures in VHS: An Interview with Author Noel Mellor
18 Oct 2014
Author Noel Mellor has penned Adventures in VHS, a book about the era of home video as he remembers it in its heyday of the 1980s. Check out

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