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    A bit off topic Marco (but absolutely on..) given your love of the the Hammer Anthology horror films is my reccomendation of the modern retelling of the format...

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    https://youtu.be/owTg6e60u48

    Stuff of nightmares.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Ok folks, as the the day draws to a close and evening approaches, it's time to settle down in front of the log fire with a cup of Darjeeling for today's creepy classic, this time from 1972. It's Tales From the Crypt, with Joan Collins and old faithful Peter Cushing:





    Marco.
    One of my favourite movies.

    I've been hooked on Hammer from being a small kid and remember how excited I would be when the beeb would have a run of them on Friday nights.

    They are classics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazjam View Post
    A bit off topic Marco (but absolutely on..) given your love of the the Hammer Anthology horror films is my reccomendation of the modern retelling of the format...

    VHS
    https://youtu.be/owTg6e60u48

    Stuff of nightmares.
    Looks right up my street, Gaz! Sadly however, wrong era for this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by farflungstar View Post
    I've been hooked on Hammer from being a small kid and remember how excited I would be when the beeb would have a run of them on Friday nights.

    They are classics.
    Me too, Adrian. Love the dark and eerie vibe they created! I actually find watching them rather comforting, most probably as a result of nostalgia. I've also never been one for 'cheery' films... And if I watch a comedy, I prefer it to be a black one

    Well...... Tales From the Crypt was very good. I've always liked these compilations of spooky tales, and this one was a cracker!

    Creepy factor: 8

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