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    This is what happens when you mess with the Browns :






    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Io-ia6IQGGA

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    • #3
      They forgot "The Gorgon" and "Dr Jeckyl and Miss Hyde"



      The movies they list from the 2000s aren't really Hammer movies--just sponging off the name.
      "The Men who were not the Man who was not Jack the Ripper!"

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      • #4
        The Gorgon's there, Magpie. #20.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
          The Gorgon's there, Magpie. #20.
          You are correct. Thanks for the nudge


          Of course they did forget Hammer's most successful film: On the Buses
          "The Men who were not the Man who was not Jack the Ripper!"

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          • #6
            Blimey, it was Hammer!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
              Blimey, it was Hammer!
              It was certainly a horror!

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              • #8
                That's a pretty good list, including the two modern ones on there. I'm really pleased to see Captain Clegg/Night Creatures getting some love, as my paternal family are from near Dymchurch.

                The only changes I'd make, aside from switching up the order a bit, is swapping out Paranoiac and Taste of Fear for Dr Jekyll & Sister Hyde and Dracula A.D.1972.

                As for the two modern ones on there, they're actually pretty good. The Woman in Black is, IMO, worthy of the Hammer name as it's as atmospheric and creepy as any of the better Golden Age Hammer films. Let Me In has merit, too, as the director tried to do something different with the framing of the story in comparison with the original Swedish adaption of the novel, Let the Right One In. It's not quite as good as the Swedish adaption, but it's still worth at least one watch.
                Last edited by Matt Hood; March 2, 2019, 06:09 AM. Reason: Added more

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