Well, this certainly sounds like VERY good news: "Hammer Studios will invest substantially both in restoration and new production development from both its owned and newly created IP."
Another Shout release from the Hammer catalog, which will be applauded by fans for the audio commentaries and extras.
Offered in both 1.66 and 1.85 aspect ratios, Terence Fisher's Phantom of the Opera is quintessential early '60s Hammer.
Mr. Fisher entered the industry as an editor, active...
UK's Hammer was at an interesting point in its history in the fall of 1963, when it released Don Sharp's Kiss of the Vampire.
An Extremely prolific production entity going back to 1935, hitting sci-fi in the early '50s, and then making the leap (to the chagrin
of UK censors) into horror in 1957...
For fans of lycanthropy, and who isn't a fan of lycanthropy, a film far more violent and in one's face than the Universal horror films of the past.
Based upon the novel The Werewolf of Paris by black-listed writer, Guy Endore, it became one of the more
notorious Hammer Horrors, decimated by...
This one is probably only for Hammer, Lee, and Dracula completists.
And it's an odd beast.
Dracula returns to swinging early '70s (1970s) London, and B- grade horror ensues.
I presume that Warner Archive released this via requests from that specific group, which is hopefully large enough to...