Ever wondered what happened to those Nazi chaps? Also what did Jeff from Coupling get up to after he left the series? Find out in this film.
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The game is afoot! (or should that be a paw) We discuss Hammer's version of Hound of the Baskervilles.
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Feeling scared or cursed. I want my Mummy!
We look at a Hammer B film from 1965, Curse of the Mummy's Tomb, the second Hammer film I ever owned on VHS.
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We've a very special episode for you. We review a film that has neverbeen seen until NOW!
We talk about the lost 1938 film "Tower of Fear" starring Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi which we were privileged to see at a restricted private viewing.
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We're back and its a full moon so lets go for a walk in the Scottish Highlands. That seems like a good idea.
A Scottish Werewolf in Luxembourg anyone? We're howling about the 2002 film Dog Soldiers.
Here's the link to the sequel teaser we mentioned. Its probably not worth watching.
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We're back after a long absence. In true British horror tradition, Chris's creaky old mansion burnt down. Everyone was ok and we've risen from the grave again to look at our emergency Netflix film, the 1965 Amicus "classic" The Skull.
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