Tag Archives: Beverley Price

Banned In the UK: Island of Lost Souls

Based off H.G Wells’ 1896 novel, The Island of Dr Moreau, this film has no prestige attached to it, but it was as fantastically perverse as it could get for the time. Like the other 1932 banned film, Freaks, Erie C … Continue reading

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So Bad, They’re Good: Dreamcatcher

As I have mentioned before, Stephen King’s film and TV adaptations (unlike the source material) run the gambit of being either excellent, award-worthy productions, or as is quite often the case, complete trash. This film contains four life-long friends, arse … Continue reading

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Banned In The UK: Freaks

I am a child of the 80s, and one of my strongest horror memories is the “Video Nasty” witch hunt of horror, featuring Mary Whitehouse as The Witchfinder General. As a result of this crusade, I wasn’t really allowed to … Continue reading

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So Bad, They’re Good: Frankenhooker

Frankenstein’s Monster has been used as a base for several films since Mary Shelley created the creature in 1818. But I imagine even Shelley herself never envisaged her legendary character ending up in a film featuring exploding prostitutes. This is … Continue reading

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So Bad, They’re Good: Leprechaun

Leprechaun is a film that reminds us that horrific things indeed do sometimes come in small packages, and that Jennifer Aniston did “act” before Friends. The film opens with Daniel O’Grady (Shay Duffin) returning to his wife (Pamela Mant) in … Continue reading

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