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- Tue Oct 19, 2010 11:38 pm
- Forum: The Horror Forum
- Topic: a history of horror with mark gatiss
- Replies: 13
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Being a big fan of Hammer I was always going to enjoy last night's episode and I was pleased that he focused on Peter Cushing's work in particular. What a gent. Would have loved to have shared a cup of tea and a scone with him in those tea rooms in Whitstable.
Count Drunkula you've saved me a headache there. Buck from Kill Bill - of course! That had been nagging away at me. I enjoyed this one. A few laughs, a few scares and some inventive scenes of gore along the way. Put it this way, it provided ample distriction from the arse numb that was particularly ...
Ah I loved this. It was the surprise of the festival for me as I had no inkling of what to expect before hand. Fair play to the writer of course but the director needs to be given his due - he coaxed wonderful performances from the two children and the rescue in the swimming pool in particular was r...