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  • Author:
    Gary A. Smith
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    0786406046
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    978-0786406043
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    McFarland Publishing (June 2000)
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    320 pages
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It delivers what it promises to deliver, an overview of British Horror Film from 1956-1976, a great resource for finding films outside of Hammer

It delivers what it promises to deliver, an overview of British Horror Film from 1956-1976, a great resource for finding films outside of Hammer. Found some new movies to check out as well as reminders to go back to classics.

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Uneasy Dreams: The Golden. has been added to your Cart. When I saw that this book covered "The Golden Age of British Horror Films from 1956 to 1976" I was quite excited at the prospect of discovering more about the films that have been the mainstay of my interest in horror films that began in 1965. I have a lot of books that include the same films, but they are not dedicated to British films or to a specific time period, so I hoped that this would be the definitive volume on the subject. This book has a good selection of stills, some of which I had not seen before, and it is well written.

Uneasy Dreams: The Golden Age of British Horror Films, 1956-1976. p. 122. ISBN 978-0-786-42661-4.

Mr. Smith recently assisted in the video restoration of the complete version of Hammer's The Lost Continent.

The author provides a comprehensive listing of British horror films, including science fiction, fantasy and suspense films containing horror-genre elements. The text is filled with photographs and contains interviews with four key figures. ISBN13: 9780786406043.

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P. Newland (ed), Don’t Look Now: British Cinema in the 1970s (Bristol: Intellect Books, 2010).

Smith, Uneasy Dreams: The Golden Age of British Horror Films 1956–1976 (London: McFarland and Company, 2000). S. Chibnall, ‘A Heritage of Evil: Pete Walker and the Politics of Gothic Revisionism,’ in S. Chibnall and J. Petley (eds), British Horror Cinema (London: Routledge, 2002), pp. 156–171. 38. L. Forster and S. Harper (eds), British Culture and Society in the 1970s: The Lost Decade (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2010).

This work is a comprehensive listing of British horror films - including science fiction, fantasy and suspense films containing horror-genre elements - that were released between 1956 and 1976, the "Golden Age" of British horror. Entries are listed alphabetically by original British title. Entries also include American title information, a critique of the film, and the film's video availability.