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Hammer House Of Horror - The Complete Series
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- Language: : English
- Product Dimensions : 2 x 13.5 x 19.1 cm; 80 Grams
- Item Model Number : VVE2236
- Director : Various Others, Peter Sasdy, Tom Clegg
- Media Format : DVD
- Run time : 11 hours and 42 minutes
- Release date : 28 October 2020
- Actors : Diana Dors, Peter Cushing, Denholm Elliott, Brian Cox
- Studio : Madman Entertainment
- ASIN : B08C5KHN8S
- Number of discs : 4
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- 2,176 in TV Shows (Movies & TV)
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"This star-studded anthology from Hammer Films presents thirteen unforgettable tales of spine-chilling terror. Reimagining classic Hammer themes in a contemporary British setting and signalling a new direction for the legendary film studio under the aegis of producer Roy Skeggs, the series blends the supernatural with a very modern horror from hauntings and demonic possessions to sinister incarcerations and cannibalism... A huge hit for ITV, Hammer House of Horror boasts a consistently high-calibre cast including Peter Cushing, Diana Dors, Denholm Elliott, Brian Cox and Sian Phillips. Showcased in its original fullscreen aspect ratio, the complete series appears here for the first time remastered from the original film elements."
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There was one episode in particular that made me s**t myself, the one where the stranger is not who he seems to be ("The Two Faces of Evil").
Some of the others are a bit hit and miss but for £20 on Blu Ray they are well worth owning.
The Two Faces of Evil being the best episode in my humble opinion.
Here’s hoping they release Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense on Blu Ray!
5 bloody stars *****
I'd definitely say it was worth the upgrade as everything looks really sharp and there is so much more detail your eye picks out compared to when these were broadcast in 1980 and I was watching it on a Sony Trinitron.
The remaster from the original 35mm negs is fantastic and makes the whole programme look strangely like it was made today in a retro style. I love it and am very happy to have these classic TV horrors in proper HD quality. If you are looking for similar, check out the similarly (maybe even slightly better) remastered “Professionals” from the same era. These are in Blu-ray as well as Amazon Prime video and look unbelievably good compared the the grainy, muddy old rubbish that ITV 2/3/4 are still showing