7 edition of Hammer Films found in the catalog.
December 1, 1995
by McFarland & Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||422|
This set of eight horror films from the celebrated Hammer studios includes Brides of Dracula, The Curse of the Werewolf, The Phantom of the Opera, Paranoiac, The Kiss of the Vampire, Nightmare, Night Creatures, and The Evil of : Universal Studios. Instead the book focuses equally on all the different types of projects that Hammer was involved in and therefore covers Hammer Noir as well as the Frankenstein, Dracula and general Horror films.
Hammer Horror Book Cover 2. After mucking up my first attempt at Ghoulish Publishing's History of Hammer book cover it all came good with this one. I still think the first attempt (with Caroline Munro lying at Dracula's feet) is better but I can see why . 3 Watch Hammer Classics on their Newly Launched Youtube Channel. Awesome news for fans of classic horror! Hammer Films recently launched their own Youtube channel where fans can stream restored classic Hammer films. Not just clips of old flicks, but entire movies.
Micarta is one of my favorite substances. That being said, making an entire book into a block of micarta isn't something I want to again anytime soon. ~~~ Want To Make this Project? Adam's Book. Hammer Films Book Cover. I chose Dracula A.D. as the Hammer Film to portray on this Dark Side / Ghoulish Publishing book cover because it stars Caroline Munro who appears at the same conventions as my DS pals and she's a regular girl who should be happy to slap her signature on the front of your tome and increase it's value ten fold!Mind you, I haven't talked to her for about .
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Alan Barnes and Marcus Hearn's THE HAMMER STORY is an exhaustive historical study of the horror films produced by Britain's Hammer Studios from the s to the s.
For each film, the book offers a story synopsis, production history, and a discussion of critical and popular by: 1. Hammer Glamour £ Buy product; Hunger £ Buy product; Let Me In Volume 1: Crossroads £ Buy product; The Art of Hammer: Posters from the Archive of Hammer Films £ Buy product; The Daylight Gate £ Buy product; The Greatcoat £ Buy product; The Hammer Story: The Authorised History of Hammer Films £ Buy.
Hammer Films produced more than 75 of these featurettes between andbut the listing in the book is not complete. There is also a listing of Hammer made-for-television shows which comprise Hammer House of Horror (consisting of 13 episodes) and Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense (comprising another thirteen episodes).5/5(5).
Hammer Films. likes talking about this. Welcome to the official Facebook page for Hammer, the world famous production company lowers: K. Hammer Film Productions Ltd. is a British film production company based in London.
Founded inthe company is best known for a series of gothic horror films made from the mids until the s. Many of these involved classic horror characters such as Baron Frankenstein, Count Dracula, and The Mummy, which Hammer re-introduced to audiences by filming them in vivid Founder: William Hinds, James Carreras.
The studio did not release any films from toinfrom tofrom toinin or from to The most films that Hammer released in any year was nine in both and while it released only one film in.
Hammer is synonymous with horror, after defining the genre in Britain with classics such as Dracula, The Curse of Frankenstein and The Mummy, which spawned numerous sequels.
However, only 1/3rd of Hammer films were horror. The company tackled other genres, including psychological thrillers, sci-fi, noir and historical epic. Feature films. These are the known, theatrically released, feature-length films produced or co-produced by Hammer Productions.
Shorter works and television productions are listed separately. When two titles are shown for a single film, the first title. Hammer Films was one of the most successful independent production companies of the s and 60s.
The company's movies conquered box offices around the world, but the movies it produced during this era were all produced at the same modest facility near Windsor, in the English Home Counties/5. Hammer first garnered a lot of attention for retooling the Universal classic horror films with their own gothic style in the ‘50s, and by the Author: Meagan Navarro.
The Movie Fans Have Their Say #1 Hammer Horror. 1K likes. A Book covering the great Horror films from Hammer Studios all from the eyes of the fans and compiled by Ian Carroll - Followers: K. Hammer Films book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Last year, several boxes of never-seen-before photos of Hammer Films producti /5(17).
The book begins with a brief history of Hammer Films/ Exclusive Films, but even though this section is short, it contains many wonderful archival pictures of the stars and key players that made Hammer Films such an iconic institution/5(13). The British Hammer Film Studios, mostly known for Gothic Horror Flicks, made a lot of interesting films from the 50s to the 70s.
I nailed it down (for personal reasons) to 91 films. Included are all the Gothic/Horror Films, Sci-Fi, Adventure/Fantasy and some others. I left out nearly all the Comedy and War Movies.
Skeletonpete is right of course. But if you really want a book, then the DelVecchio and Johnson book is very good and is the closest, format-wise, to POVERTY ROW HORRORS or UNIVERSAL HORRORS.
But I'd venture that the absolute best (of those I've read) would be Wayne Kinsey's two volumes: HAMMER FILMS: THE BRAY STUDIO YEARS and HAMMER.
Think you know everything there is to know about Hammer Films, the fabled "Studio that Dripped Blood?" The lowdown on all the imperishable classics of horror, like The Curse of Frankenstein, Horror of Dracula and The Devil Rides Out. What about the company's less blood-curdling back catalog.
What about the musicals, comedies and travelogues, the. "Hammer Glamour" delivers what the title suggests and it is a delight for fans of Hammer movies.
The book is a lovely presentation of photos and detailed background stories of 50 of Hammer films most glamorous stars. There are also brief thumbnail sketches of 25 more "also starring" actresses in supporting roles/5().
A preview of this superb book by Marcus Hearn. The Art of Hammer: Posters from the Archive of Hammer Films [Hardcover] Book Preview. Sure, some of you that ask, do we really need another book on Hammer Films.
Well if it is as massive and thorough as this one, then that would be a definite yes. I have been waiting on this book to come out since McFarland announced it well over a a year ago, but had no idea how colossal of a tome this would be.
Just in time for Halloween, Titan Books has released Hammer Glamour, a luscious coffee table book that collects pinup images of beauties featured in iconic Hammer Studios movies of. What follows is the story of Vampirella and Hammer Films.
In the mid s Hammer was in trouble. After dominating the horror film industry for 15 years, Hammer began to run out of steam.The British independent film company Hammer Productions was founded inand flourished in the mids through the 70s with "Gothic Horror" films often based on classic literature characters and imaginative story fragments.
Fans immediately were drawn to regulars Christopher Lee - unforgettable as hypnotic Dracula - and Peter Cushing as an intense, passionate Dr. .A list of films compiled on Letterboxd, including The Lady Vanishes (), To the Devil a Daughter (), The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires (), Shatter () and Man About the House ().
About this list: These are the known, theatrically released, feature-length films produced or co-produced by Hammer Studios. Shorter works and television productions are .