On tap right now is the first official one-sheet for the next chiller from Hammer, entitled The Quiet Ones. Yeah, it's kind of small, but I'm sure we'll have a high-resolution version for you cats soon enough. Dig it!
Some quick distro news and a brand new still have come out of the European Film Market for Hammer's latest flick, The Quiet Ones. What a wonderfully noisy way to keep your Friday afternoon cooking!
BAFTA-nominated Tom Harper (The Scouting Book for Boys, Misfits) will direct The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, the sequel to horror smash The Woman in Black (review), starring Daniel Radcliffe, that was adapted from a Susan Hill story.
As big fans of classic Hammer horror films (and the studio's newer offerings, too), we couldn't be happier to announce the launch of the Hammer YouTube channel, which will stream exclusive new content and restored classics online. First up: a sneak peek of The Quiet Ones.
We all know that a sequel to the hit Hammer flick The Woman in Black (review here) is well on its way, but the studio seems to be thinking even further ahead than just that. Read on for details.
Hammer's take on the Susan Hill tale The Woman in Black (review here) put them back on the map in a really big way so a sequel was a bit of a no-brainer. Read on for what to expect when Part 2 of this terror tale spreads its wings.
Any time a Hammer flick hits high definition is time for celebration, and those lovable loonies at Synapse Films have given us yet another reason to party! Read on for all the news ya need!
Having toured the Winchester Mystery House personally, I can attest to the fact that the place is as odd as they come. Seriously weird. Windows in the floor. Doors that go nowhere. It's truly a sight and the perfect place for a ghost story based upon, well, the real life ghost stories!
After scoring major box office dollars worldwide with The Woman in Black (review here), Hammer is gearing up for a sequel! Read on!
Nothing beats the classics, and the people at Hammer Films are giving you the chance to relive some of your favorite moments from their iconic films with a new iPhone app, The Hammer ScreamBoard.
Though Bela Lugosi usually gets all the love, lots of actors have portrayed the role of the nefarious Count Dracula. Of special note is the portrayal given by Christopher Lee for Hammer, which is widely regarded as the best of them all. Hammer knew what they were doing, and they're now looking to rekindle some long burned out fires.
It's great to live in an era when one of the greatest studios to ever unleash mass amounts of horror to the masses is enjoying a resurgence by kicking some ass once again. That being said, Hammer is also looking to preserve its past for the future.
With Toy Fair 2012 officially over, we FINALLY managed to get all of our images uploaded. While we brought you the main stuff separately, we've set up a special section of our Facebook page to bring you the odds and ends!
And the barrage of plastic terrors keeps marching your way! This time we have a boatload of international terrors on tap for you from all over the world! Grab your wallet and your passport, and let's get cooking, shall we?
Last week we gave you a heads up that UK manufacturer of kick-ass threads Disturbia Clothing has created a line of Hammer Films themed shirts. We were all over it but only had one design to share with you. Knowing our fans would want to see more, more, more, the good folks of Disturbia have shared three new designs with us!