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Certification12 Our Rating

A trio of tales told portmanteau style with Boris Karloff as your host; find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Mary Henry believes she has survived a serious car accident, but when she heads for Utah to start a new job as a church organist she finds herself pursued by an emaciated wrath. A cult horror classic from Harold Harvey. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A blind man overhears a crime and winds up in a web of murder blackmail and industrial espionage. Haunting and sinister music by Morricone, gruesome set pieces and starlets in short skirts assist the cult feel of the era and cinematic style of Point Blank. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Still spooky after all these years this superb Ealing chiller is still the best example of a portmanteau tale. Five guests in a country house relate their tales and the film moves into nightmare territory. Watch it with a friend! find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A father is haunted by the death of his young child. Omens point to disaster and hallucinations predict the future as this wonderful atmospheric film moves to its disturbing climax. Shot in the beautiful city of Venice and based on the book by Daphne du Maurier.

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Certification18 Our Rating

Stunningly filmed in black and white, this classic slice of surrealist cinema is both touching and terrifying. A doctor, tortured beyond sanity after disfiguring his only daughter, sets out to give her back what he has taken away, at the expense of a succession of suitable young donors. A darkly disturbing marvellous movie. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Now regarded as a classic, this is the first Dracula film that Hammer Horror made. Bits such as the famous opening shot with the menacing shadow of Lee gliding down the stairs to emerge as a crisply charming aristocrat, still look excellent. Required viewing for horror buffs. find out more...

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The original 1953 classic has a suitably sinister Vincent Price going that extra mile to ensure the realism of his wax effigies. Creepy, camp and kitsch it's wonderful. Check out the youthful Charles Bronson! find out more...

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An intelligent and genuinely creepy adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe's novel. Set in 12th Century Italy; Prince Prospero watches from the giddy heights of his castle as the plague decimates those below him, all the while contempating the delicious torture of his guests. Superbly atmospheric camera work by Nicolas Roeg and the camp wickedness of Vincent Price make for haunting viewing. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Seminal vampire film, the first to be based upon the Bram Stoker tale. An estate agent's clerk from Bremen embarks on a journey to Orlock's castle, where a client of his resides. On arrival, the full horror of the inhabitants confront him. Wonderful imagery and direction. Imitated but never equalled. find out more...