Hammerama: The Woman in Black
It’s the great Ciarán Hinds, the best thing about Hammer’s 2011 spook show, The Woman in Black. If the modern iteration of Hammer is looking to establish the sort of rep company that they had in the 1960s, they could do far worse than having Hinds as one of the leading lights of that.
Hammerama: Taste of Fear
It’s Susan Strasberg in Hammer’s 1961 Les Diabolique homage Taste of Fear.
Hammerama: The Snorkel
Here’s dear old Peter van Eyck in Hammer 1958 suspense film, The Snorkel.
Hammerama: The Pirates of Blood River
It’s big Chris Lee again, this time in Hammer’s 1962 drama The Pirates of Blood River.
Hammerama: Third Party Risk
It’s big Lloyd Bridges in Hammer’s 1954 thriller Third Party Risk, AKA The Deadly Game.
Hammerama: The Phantom of the Opera
It’s good old Herbert Lom as the titular Phantom in Hammer’s 1962 version of the Gaston Leroux fave, The Phantom of the Opera.
Hammerama: The Evil of Frankenstein
It’s Kiwi Kingston as the latest of Frankenstein’s poor old creatures in 1964′s The Evil Of Frankenstein.
It’s the killer in his fancy choirboy getup in Hammer’s 1963 thriller Paranoiac.
Hammerama: The Gorgon
It’s big Chris Lee in Hammer’s 1964 film The Gorgon. If you watch very carefully you’ll notice the long legged star take a tumble as he runs up some stairs in the latter half of the movie. Does he let that stop him? Not at all, he carries right on running. That’s star power, my friends! That’s a star!
Hammerama: Dracula Has Risen From The Grave
It’s big Chris Lee as the trusty Count in 1968′s Dracula Has Risen From The Grave. Remember to sing the title along with the theme music!