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The Shrieking Sixties British Horror Films 1960 to 1969
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The Shrieking Sixties sets out to document and comment upon the British horror boom of the 1960s. Edited by Darrell Buxton (U.K. horror expert and critic whose work has appeared in publications including Samhain, Creeping Flesh and Giallo Page) and written by a…
The British Horror Film: From The Silents To The Multiplex
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When Hammer Films broke box office records in 1957 with The Curse of Frankenstein, the company not only resurrected the gothic horror film, but also created a particularly British-flavored form of horror that swept the world. The British Horror Film from the…
Hammer And Beyond: The British Horror Film
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Hammer And Beyond: The British Horror Film

Hammer And Beyond: The British Horror Film

by Peter Hutchings

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|September 21, 2021

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X-Cert: The British Independent Horror Film
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Forget Hammer. Forget Amicus or Tigon. The 1950s and '60s were the era of the 'X'-certificate, when the emergent British horror film was equally represented by the work of a number of independent producers who between them created some of the most memorable…
The Sixties: Diaries 1960-1969

The Sixties: Diaries 1960-1969

by Christopher Isherwood

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|December 6, 2011

$24.99

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“Intimate and compulsively readable.” —Alfred Corn, The Nation The second volume of acclaimed author Christopher Isherwood’s diaries takes readers to the heart of the 1960s, the decade in which Isherwood’s semiautobiographical novel Goodbye to Berlin would be…
The Modern British Horror Film

The Modern British Horror Film

by Steven Gerrard

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|March 16, 2018

$81.00

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When you think of British horror films, you might picture the classic Hammer Horror movies, with Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, and blood in lurid technicolor. Yet British horror has undergone an astonishing change and resurgence in the twenty-first century,…
X-Cert 2 The British Independent Horror Film 1971-1983
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X-CERT2 is the sequel to X-CERT, which told the story of Britain's independent horror film producers from 1951-1970. In X-CERT2, the low budget horrors of the period 1971-1983, when the age-limit for the X certificate was raised to 18, are examined in all their…
British Horror Films of the 1960s

British Horror Films of the 1960s

by Scott V. Palmer

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|March 28, 2017

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British Horror Films of the 1960s covers nearly 90 motion pictures made in England between 1960 and 1969.  There are complete cast lists, directorial credits, running times, and a synopsis of each film, along with over two thousand pictures, many never…
British Horror Films of the 1970s

British Horror Films of the 1970s

by Scott V. Palmer

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|July 27, 2017

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According to the dictionary, the word horror is defined as an overwhelming and painful feeling caused by something frightfully shocking, terrifying, or revolting; a shuddering fear. While it can be said that a number of motion pictures may contrain horror…
Music Hall Mimesis in British Film, 1895-1960: On the Halls on the Screen
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St. Pierre examines strategies of representing British music hall performance and the performance of the body in British cinema in the silent era and the sound era. The focus is on films of Fred and Joe Evans, Frank Randle, Will Hay, George Formby,Arthur Lucan…
Bob Dylan And The British Sixties: A Cultural History
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Britain played a key role in Bob Dylan's career in the 1960s. He visited Britain on several occasions and performed across the country both as an acoustic folk singer and as an electric-rock musician. His tours of Britain in the mid-1960s feature heavily in…
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