Tag: christopher-lee

The Bloodthirsty Trilogy Review

Toho studios brings the vampiric tropes of the Dracula legend to Japan.

To the Devil ... a Daughter Review

...and suddenly the screams of a baby born in Hell!

Beat Girl: BFI Flipside Review

Rock with the cool kids in Brit exploitationer Beat Girl, released on dual-format by BFI Flipside.

The Hound of the Baskervilles Review

Arrow Video take on Holmes, Hounds and Hammer Horror...

Christopher Lee dies

Goodbye to one of cinema's greats.

Six New Exclusives from MovieMail

Alistair Maclean, Edward G. Robinson and a quartet of Russian classics.

Dracula Review

Hammer's finest Vampire flick was their first. John reviews the new UK blu-ray

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Review

The long-awaited prequel to The Lord of the Rings finally arrives

Ghost Stories: A View from a Hill/Number 13

The final disc in the series of Ghost Stories for Christmas, with new M.R. James adaptations from 2005 and 2006.

The Curse of Frankenstein Review

Lionsgate release Hammer's groundbreaking foray into colour on high definition format, with a choice of aspect ratios, some high quality extras, and a somewhat anaemic transfer.

The Hobbit Gets A New Poster

“This is Sting, you’ve seen it before...” <br/>

The Wicker Tree (UK) in April

Out later this month, the director of The Wicker Man returns with his latest effort...

Dracula - Prince of Darkness (UK) in March

This Hammer films classic with Christopher Lee comes to restored Blu-ray in March...

The Resident Review

Though Christopher Lee and Hammer reunite after 34 years, don't expect Dracula to pop up in the Blu Ray of Antti Jokinen's film.

The Wicker Man: 3-Disc Collector's Edition Review

As the 2006 remake arrives in British cinemas, Gary Couzens has reviewed the Region 2 release of original <i>The Wicker Man</i>, given a three-disc release by Optimum.

The Wicker Man Review

<b>Raphael Pour-Hashemi</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <i>The Wicker Man</i>. One of the best British horror films to have ever been made has been given the best DVD release compared to any other region.