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The Dragon Lives Again – aka: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu – aka: Li san jiao wei zhen di yu men (1977)

There’s so many shades of awesomeness in this movie I’m not sure where to begin. OK, some history. After the death of Bruce Lee there was born an entire new sub-genre of exploitation: Brucesploitation. Yes, that’s right, people started making … Continue reading

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A History of Horror : with Mark Gatiss

Mark Gatiss is (apparently) a writer and actor who loves his horror movies. In this three part BBC series he talks about three of the best eras (in his opinion) of horror movies. The first episode starts off with a … Continue reading

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Greasepaint and Gore – The Hammer Monsters of Phil Leakey and Roy Ashton

Greasepaint and Gore is a two-part documentary exploring the special effects used to create some of the most memorable creatures in the Hammer horror movies. Part one explores the creations of Phil Leakey, the first effects guy employed at Hammer … Continue reading

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