The BFI's Gothic season is about more than just nostalgia – in an era of profound insecurity, horror seems urgent again This week, the British Film Institute launches its Gothic season, its largest-ever programme of films, with events stretching...
Aided by Hammer historian Wayne Kinsey, Gordon Thomson has gone to extraordinary lengths to track down every possible location featured in the British studio's horror, SF and adventure films, from 1952’s Four-Sided Triangle to 1975’s To The Devil A Daughter (fear not, On The Buses fans desperate to locate Butler’s house, Hammer’s comedies are dealt with in a brief appendix. It’s 2 Malden Road, Borehamwood, by the way.)
Hammer was the British master of horror movies in the '60s and '70s, and now the famed production company is returning to its heyday with The Quiet Ones, about a group of students led by professor Jared Harris who manage to create a ghost.
To celebrate the 2013 Bafta Film Awards, film critic Barry Norman has chosen his 49 best British Films of all time for a special Radio Times supplement available in this week’s issue (on sale from Tuesday 5 February).
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