Monday, June 14, 2010

B-Movie Monday: Amicus Horror Anthologies

In my misspent youth I watched a lot of movies, especially during the winter. One of my favorite things to watch were the Amicus anthology movies from the 70s. Britain's other horror film factory made anthology films based off of the works of Robert Bloch, R. Chetwynd-Hayes, EC Comics, and others. Filled with familiar faces, these movies are a great way to enjoy some classic British Horror.











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2 comments:

Cyborg Trucker said...

Ya learn something new everyday! I had seen a part of the 1972 Tales from the crypt. The scene where the guy is chased by hungry dogs through the razor maze bubbled to the surface of my mind. I didn't know it was a compilation movie. And what did I learn? Don't fuck with the blind. Cause when the lights go out they are now more dangerous than you. Not that I would, I'm just saying if I were a jerk-wad or something...

Mike David Jr. said...

You? A jerk-wad?



Nah...