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Hammer Time!! Gothic Horror in Technicolor
List creator: Reverenddave
Created on: April 17, 2003 - 3:42 AM PDT
Description: From the 1950's - 1970's, Hammer Films was the king of Gothic Horror movies. Dracula, Frankenstein and The Mummy were brought to life in "Terrifying Technicolor", along with some of the era's best Sci-Fi/Fantasy films. Here's a list of all Hammer DVDs.

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The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
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  The film that put Hammer on the map and started a new era of horror. The first of Hammer's "Frankenstein" movies.
The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958)
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  The first sequel to "Curse Of Frankenstein". One of Hammer's better "Frankenstein" movies.
Frankenstein Created Woman (1965)
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  A new gender-bending twist on the old legend. This time Frankenstein's Monster is a hot nubile blonde in a bikini. Peter Cushing's fourth shot at Victor Frankenstein.
Horror of Frankenstein (1970)
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  Hammer was running out of ideas for their Frankenstein franchise, so this was basically a humorous rehash of "Curse Of Frankenstein".
Tales of Frankenstein (2001)
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  Following the success of "Curse Of Frankenstein", Hammer Films made a TV Pilot for a series based on the adventures of Baron Frankenstein. Apparently, the TV execs weren't impressed and it was never aired.
Horror of Dracula (1958)
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  Hammer's first and best Dracula film. Reuniting most of the cast & crew from "Curse Of Frankenstein", this movie made Hammer Films synonymous with horror.
Kiss of the Vampire (1963)
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  One of Hammer's better "Dracula" spin-offs with great atmosphere and a memorable ending. Currently out-of-print on DVD.
Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966)
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  A direct sequel to "Horror Of Dracula". Hammer finally convinces Christopher Lee to return to the role of Count Dracula. One of the best "Dracula" sequels and a great ending.
Scars of Dracula (1970)
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  A rather average "Dracula" movie that was a bit more violent than most Hammer films at the time.
Lust for a Vampire (1971)
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  Hammer pushes the sexual content to the limit in this second installment of the Karnstein trilogy. Also known as "To Love A Vampire".
The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973)
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  Hammer's last true "Dracula" film takes place in modern time (the 1970's). Resembles an episode of "The Avengers" TV Show.
The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires (1973)
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  Hammer decides to cash-in on the popular Kung Fu fad. Van Helsing goes vampire hunting in China.
The Mummy (1959)
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  Hammer digs up their first Mummy film. One of their most visual productions, with many impressive moments.
The Mummy's Shroud (1967)
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  A stylish but ultimately forgettable, slow-moving film.
Blood From The Mummy's Tomb (1971)
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  A crummy "Mummy" film with no Mummy. Remade as "The Awakening" in 1980.
The Plague of the Zombies (1966)
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  Loaded with atmosphere, a solid entry into the zombie-genre. Featuring an excellent resurrection sequence.
The Reptile (1966)
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  An atmospheric horror movie filmed on the same sets as "Plague Of The Zombies"
Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971)
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  Hammer's third take on the Jekyll & Hyde story is a rather restrained gender-bender.
The Witches (1966)
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  An unimpressive effort from Hammer. Based on a novel by Peter Curtis. Also known as "The Devil's Own".
Rasputin The Mad Monk (1966)
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  Not scary enough to be a horror film and too factually inaccurate to be a historical drama. Christopher Lee's favorite Hammer role.
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
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  Possibly the best movie ever made by Hammer Films. Based on the 1934 best-seller by Dennis Wheatley. Also known as "The Devil's Bride".
To the Devil a Daughter (1976)
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  The last horror movie by Hammer Films (and the most expensive). A mix of "Rosemary's Baby", "The Exorcist" and "The Omen". Based on Dennis Wheatley's 1953 novel.
The Abominable Snowman (1957)
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  The best movie ever made about the Abominable Snowman. Based on Nigel Kneale's 1955 TV play "The Creature".
The Phantom Ship (1935)
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  A very early B&W suspense/mystery film from Hammer starring screen legend Bela Lugosi. Also known as "Mystery Of The Marie Celeste".
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959)
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  While not very faithful to the original story, this famous Sherlock Holmes tale is dripping with Hammer's gothic atmosphere.
Demons of the Mind (1972)
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  An intense psychological thriller dealing with satanic possession and incestuous sex.
Straight on Till Morning (1972)
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  An obscure Hammer psycho-thriller. Creature Features gives it 3 Stars.
Fear in the Night (1972)
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  Another of Hammer's early 70's psychological thrillers.
Four Sided Triangle (1953)
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  A ho-hum Sci-Fi film made in the early days before Hammer hit it's stride.
Spaceways (1953)
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  Another low-budget 1950's B&W Sci-Fi film from pre-horror Hammer.
X: The Unknown (1956)
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  A low-budget Sci-Fi classic, made on the heels of the original Quatermass film.
Quatermass II (1957)
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  A classic B&W 50's Sci-Fi film. Based on a 1955 British TV serial. Also known as "Enemy From Space".
Quatermass and the Pit (1967)
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  The best of Hammer's "Quatermass" films. Often shown on TV as "Five Million Years To Earth".
The Viking Queen (1967)
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  Hilariously inept. Keep an eye out for the wristwatch.
The Vengeance of She (1968)
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  A vastly inferior sequel to SHE. The lead role was originally intended for Ursula Andress.
The Lost Continent (1968)
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  Some incredibly silly monsters and insanely wild plot points move this into the "so bad it's good" category.
Hell is a City (1960)
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  An early B&W crime-thriller. Horror fans won't be too interested, but Hammer completists will want to check it out.
Shatter (1974)
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  A lackluster crime-thriller co-produced with Hong Kong's Shaw Brothers. Also known as "Call Him Mr. Shatter".
The Horror of Hammer
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  A great collection of Hammer Films trailers. Many of these films are not yet available on DVD.
Hammer Trailer Collection
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  A collection of 20 trailers from Hammer Films. The films from these trailers are all available on Anchor Bay DVD. You're probably better off renting "The Horror Of Hammer".

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