Category Archives: Amicus

The House that Dripped Blood (1971)

Robert Bloch (1917-1994) is one of my favourite writers. I discovered him at a very early age and I doubt I’ll ever be able to let him go – but how can you not love an author who once quipped, … Continue reading

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Scream and Scream Again (1969) – Tuesday’s Overlooked Film

The big selling point for this movie was the presence of Vincent Price, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing, though in fact the three never appear on-screen at the same time. And despite the title it’s not much of a horror … Continue reading

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Asylum (1972) – Tuesday’s Overlooked Movie

Robert Bloch (1917-1994) is best-known as the author of the suspense classic Psycho and his tale of eternal horror, Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper. At the height of his success he was also an exceptionally prolific screen-writer, writing original screen plays … Continue reading

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The Ghost Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore

Regular visitors to this blog will know what a fan I am of the Hammer suspense thrillers. But in the 1960s, their greatest rivals at the British box office were Amicus, the company that specialised in anthology horror films, features … Continue reading

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