Over fifty years ago, with the release of The Curse of Frankenstein and Christopher Lee in Dracula, Hammer ushered in a whole new era of blood and barely restrained cleavage in glorious colour, mixing sex and horror with a style and panache that made the small British company world famous. Learn More
Harangue for Hollywood! From the blighted urban squalor of Detroit–Paris of the Midwest–came enfant terrible Mike White and his mutant publication, Cashiers du Cinemart. For fourteen years and fifteen issues the writers of Cashiers du Cinemart provided a treasure trove of writing on film and popular culture. Learn More
The Spider. The Night of the Living Dead. Invaders from Mars. The Brides of Dracula. Classic horror films, classic sci-fi sensations of the 1950s and 1960s, are brought to life for Breygent's Vintage Sci-Fi & Horror Sketch Trading Cards. Each pack features cards with reproductions of classic film posters, perfect for collectors and fans of the cinema. 9 cards per pack.