Herbert Lom

Mark Of The Devil

November 12, 2004 // 0 Comments

When ’Mark Of The Devil’ was fist released in1969 it created waves of outrage as it clearly was the most overtly violent and graphic film of its time. It quickly gathered the reputation as a most controversial and horrifying film, which helped make [...]

The Pink Panther Collection

May 21, 2004 // 0 Comments

Let’s start by setting the Wayback Machine to the early 1970’s. TWA released a series of commercials aimed at international travel. Directed by Stan Dragoti (who later guided George Hamilton as the funniest Dracula in 1979’s "Love at First [...]

Mysterious Island

October 31, 2002 // 0 Comments

Continuing their series of Ray Harryhausen releases, Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment has now made ’Mysterious Island’ available, Harryhausen’s 1961 collaboration with director Cy Endfield. Loosely based on a story by Jules Verne and told before [...]

And Now The Screaming Starts

May 8, 2002 // 0 Comments

’And Now the Screaming Starts’ comes from Amicus, and represents one of their attempts to recreate the gothic magic that had been so successful at Hammer Studios. And while the film is lousy with gothic atmosphere, its meandering story will alienate [...]