In the 1950s and '60s, American film studios became enamored with flying saucers, extraterrestrials, and atomic mutants, making Hammer Films the last refuge for movie fans with more macabre tastes. Their lavish and lurid chillers appeared at precisely the right time, effectively filling the gap between the Universal Studios creature classics of the 1930's and '40s, and the big-budget horror revival sparked by The Exorcist and A Nightmare on Elm Street in the 1970s and '80s. As a result, horror fans embraced Hammer Films and ...

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