Tag Archives: Classic Horror

Rosemary’s Baby turns 50!

In 2018, a number of undisputed horror classics will celebrate a milestone birthday, including George Romero’s iconic Night of the Living Dead, Ingmar Bergman’s The Hour of the Wolf, and Roman Polanski’s first Hollywood film Rosemary’s Baby. These films, alongside … Continue reading

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The Legend of Hell House on 35mm with John Hough

Balasco House is regarded as the Mount Everest of haunted houses. Tasked with getting to the bottom of the potential for life after death, physicist Lionel Barrett recruits a small team of “sensitives” to investigate the terrors within. The Legend … Continue reading

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The Truth Behind Dracula In Romania

Since it was first published in 1897, Bram Stoker’s classic novel Dracula has terrorised readers with its iconic portrayals of vampirism, cultural invasion and not-so-subtle eroticism. As the now archetypical vampire novel, its influence among western pop culture is immeasurable, … Continue reading

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