November 17th Genre Releases Include Relic (Blu-ray/DVD), Hammer Films: The Ultimate Collection (Blu-ray), Monstrum (Blu-ray/DVD)

November 17th Genre Releases Include Relic (Blu-ray/DVD), Hammer Films: The Ultimate Collection (Blu-ray), Monstrum (Blu-ray/DVD) November 17th looks to be one of the quieter home media release days we’ve had in a while, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have some great titles headed home this week, either. Hammer fans will ...

The Camp on Blood Island

When Hammer Studios plumbed the real world for material the results could be very grim indeed – The Camp on Blood Island is no exception. Val Guest’s 1958 shocker is a grisly war drama with a real ...

Hammer Vol. 3 – Blood and Terror

Powerhouse Indicator continues its series of exotic attractions from the house of Hammer — productions that found new ways to shock audiences than tradition-breaking gore and violence. Two are war ...

The Stranglers of Bombay

“Kali bids us to Kill! Kill!” A full review of Indicator’s Hammer Volume 3 Blood and Terror collection will follow, but CineSavant jumps the gun to highlight Terence Fisher’s 1959 mass murder shocker. ...

Exclusive: New York’s Quad Cinema Announces 32-Film Lineup for Part 1 of Their Massive Hammer Movie Marathon

Last year, New York's Quad Cinema paid tribute to Mario Bava with a 21-film, multi-day marathon, and this summer they're heating up the big screen once again with a two-part Hammer horror movies ...

Bullets and bats: when Hammer Films met 007

“My name is Bond - James Bond". That classic introduction to the cinema’s greatest secret agent is as famous as “I am Dracula, I bid you welcome.” When the box office success of Dr No (1962) turned ...