And there’s more in the Hammer-Amicus Blogathon Day 2

Hankering for more Hammer-Amicus Reviews?

 

The Hammer Amicus blogathon continues… as we up the fear factor.

 

 

 

 

Thanks for joining me and my co-host Barry from Cinematic Catharsis, yesterday on Day 1 of the Hammer Amicus blogathon we had 11, and today, I’ve added 5 so far (last count) … this just after checking Barry’s post and your comments from midnight, my time. So if you added your post after that you will find it here-

And if you’d like to join us there’s still time if you CLICK HERE you’ll get all the details.

So far we’ve enjoyed both Amicus and Hammer productions with casts including the likes of Oliver Reed, Christopher Lee, Roy Castle (yup 70s British kids he was an actor before Record Breakers), Charlotte Rampling and Britt Ekland… We’ve enjoyed Hammer and Amicus horror films and a musical, and all these posts have been added here for Day 1.

Now here’s the lovely posts for Day 2… and don’t forget to join us for Day 3 tomorrow!

And today starts with a post from Dan Day Jnr on the Hitless Wonder Blog with his Hammer post on Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)

 

 

Le from Critica Retro adds her views on A Song of Freedom (1936), a Hammer musical.

 

 

Hakuna Mokata shares their Double Bill of Hammer with Blood from the Mummys Tomb (1971) and an early Amicus film The City of the Dead (1960).

 

 

 

Steve Q from Down Among the “Z” Movies joins us and shares his post on Quatermass and the Pit (also known as Five Million Years to Earth) (1967).

 

 

Isaac Keith Martinez of Isaac’s Haunted Beard adds his takes on Dracula A. D. 1972 (1972).

 

 

The Psychotronic Kinematograph adds his post also on Hammer’s Blood from the Mummys Tomb (1971).

And don’t forget to tune in for updates and for Day 3 tomorrow….

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