“The Journal of Classic British Horror Films”
by Richard Klemensen
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Little Shoppe of Horrors presents
Little Shoppe of Horrors #44
In 1958, Kenneth Hyman (the son of Hammer Film's silent partner - Eliot Hyman) came from New York to England with a project in hand - a new color version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles. After that, Hyman (also heading the overseas operation of his father's 7Arts Production) would provide Hammer with two action packed 'true life' films - The Stranglers of Bombay (1959) and The Terror of the Tomgs (1960).
v The Hyman Horrors.
v 'Behind the Scenes' on The Hound of the Baskervilles
v 'Murder Their Religion!'
v Murder By Hatchet!'
v 'He Painted With Light! Jack Asher'
'Michael Medwin: Hammer's First Star'
Dracula 2020 — The recent BBC/Netflix/Hartswood Film version of Bram Stoker's classic Novel.
v 'The Hammer Diaries of Christopher Wicking - 1975 - Part 2'
All our regular features - Letters to LSoH - Ralph's One-and-Only Traveling Reviews CVompany - Hammer News.
Front Cover by Mark Maddox
Back Cover by David Robinson
Inside Front Covers by Paul Watts & David Brooks
Inside Back Cover by Alistair Hughes
The Best Classic British Horror Film Coverage Since 1972
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