❉ The enduring appeal of Nigel Kneale’s telefantasy masterpiece, which first aired 60 years ago this week
❉ In this occasional series we look at single images and the emotional and narrative weight they carry. First off: Peter Cushing as Van Helsing
❉ PS Publishing’s essay collection pays tribute to the Quatermass creator and ‘father of British TV drama’.
❉ One year on from Robin Hardy’s death, we look back at his masterpiece – The Wicker Man – and its legacy.
❉ Fangs for the mammaries: The first time I tasted the blood of Dracula.
❉ Take a trip down some of the lesser-known, uncharted byways of sixties British cinema.
❉ Christopher Lee stars in cult horror from Amicus founders Milton Subotsky and Max Rosenberg.
❉ We revisit Ray Milland’s cult triptych: ‘Premature Burial’, ‘X-Ray: the Man With the X-Ray Eyes’,and ‘Panic in the Year Zero’.
❉ An epic biopic about the life of the man who founded Pakistan, with a career-best performance by Sir Christopher Lee.
❉ We review the first two titles in this exciting new series, ‘Martin’ and ‘Theatre of Blood’.