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The Icons Of Suspense Collection: Hammer Films On DVD

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Actor:       Macdonald Carey, Shirley Anne Field, Viveca Lindfors, Alexander Knox, Oliver Reed
Director:   Cyril FrankelGuy GreenJoseph LoseyMichael CarrerasQuentin Lawrence
Genre:      Suspense/Thriller
Year:        N/A
Studio:     Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Length:    540
Released: April 6, 2010
Rating:      Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:     DVD
Misc:         Black & White
Language:English
Subtitles  :N/A


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Hammer Films made their name with monsters and vampires, but this third complication from Columbia Pictures – all new to DVD – proves they could frighten you without them. Topping the set is the uncut version of the futuristic classic THESE ARE THE DAMNED, directed by the legendary Joseph Losey. Peter Cushing and Andre Morell match wits in CASH ON DEMAND. Oscar®-winning cinematographer Guy Green (1947, Great Expectations) directed THE SNORKEL, about a young girl who can’t convince anyone her stepfather’s a murderer. The renowned Val Guest co-wrote and directed the startling psychodrama STOP ME BEFORE I KILL! Kerwin Matthews finds himself in the middle of a strange mother/daughter threesome in the Jimmy Sangster-written MANIAC. Plus, this ultimate rarity: Cyril Frankel’s astounding NEVER TAKE CANDY FROM A STRANGER, a serious, and still horrifyingly timely, chiller about a small town terrorized by an elderly child molester. You won’t do better than this impeccable collection from the darkest corners of the Hammer imagination. 

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