Hammer Film Productions had found itself in the shadow of something much more exciting and potentially more profitable, and nothing at 113 Wardour Street was ever going to be quite the same again
An introduction to the terms of logic that were tested and further enhanced through the analyses of three environmental formations — namely, the camera obscura, the camp, and the confessional
Hammer Film Productions would be the recipient of a Queen’s Award to Industry for earnings in excess of $4.5 million as a result of what Quatermass had found in that dark: horror
“A Hammer Film”: three words that, from a single overnight success, took on a life of their own and came to symbolize an entire genre for a whole generation of cinemagoers: horror.
Monsters are everywhere these days. They are on movie screens indeed, although oddly enough, not always in horror films.
Considering the curiosity the camera obscura became all over Europe in the seventeenth-century, it is unlikely that painters, who pride themselves by their visual sensibility, had not been moved, impressed and excited by these projections
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