Episode #002 – The Curse of Frankenstein

October 31, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Welcome back to 1951 Down Place, your home for Hammer Film discussion! This month, your co-hosts Casey, Derek and Scott look at the first gothic horror film to bare the Hammer Films name – The Curse of Frankenstein. Also, Casey introduces his new regular segment Gothic Glamour, and we review some feedback.

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Whitehurst, Derek. “Derek Whitehurst (1st Assistant Director) on The Curse of Frankenstein.” Little Shoppe of Horrors. Interview by Wayne Kinsey. Magazine, Sep. 2008. 52. Print.

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