One of Hammer Horror’s finest, if not their best of all. This Gothic bit of family horror takes us inside a deeply traumatised world of double crossing and death.
So I’ve already done several lists for October and the anticipation of Halloween. Up until now it’s been for those who really love horror, or at least the initiated. This list is a little different. Knowing many friends of mine aren’t exactly huge horror-ites, and also realizing tons of people out there like a littleContinue reading “A Halloween List: The October Non-Horror Fan Horror Guide”