Amicus House of Horrors (2012)


Directed by: Derek Pykett

Stars: Paul Annett, Geoffrey Bayldon, Ann Bell

Language: English

Country: Uk | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Dvdrip

Description: A 2-Part celebration of Amicus Films, Hammer’s greatest rivals, best remembered for their series of anthology films inspired by the 1945 “Dead of Night.”

Preview Part1

Part1 | 1.33GB | 81:11mins | 720×360 | mkv

Preview Part2

Part2 | 1.38GB | 109:46mins | 720×360 | mkv

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10 Responses to Amicus House of Horrors (2012)

  1. Doctor Who says:

    Have been wanting to see a good documentary on Amicus films for a long time. They were the only real competition to “Hammer”. To this day, I still love the classy Brit Horror that these two studios produced. They age well like a fine wine. The thinking man’s horror, I’d say.

    The golden era of Horror. Never to be forgotten.

    • Doctor Who says:

      And thank you to “Rarelust” for bringing us great documentaries like this and overlooked, forgotten gems. One of the very few places where we can actually find them. So many good films that never got their due. Could have been bad distribution, studio tampering, lack of marketing, etc..etc..

      We raise a glass and salute the mighty “Rarelust”!

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  3. OSMOSIS says:

    First AMICUS film I remember seeing was the original TALES FROM THE CRYPT during a TV Showing, around ’72. THEN, the first one I saw in the Movie Theater was THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT (via American International). this documentary is a Godsend for fans. Thanks, Rarelust.

  4. wisher says:

    Thanks a lot!! I was looking for this gem for a long time!!

  5. Al says:

    Thanks so much for this, Amicus produced many great brit horror flicks in the 70s, looks interesting!

  6. Timmy says:

    Thank you for this!
    Would LOVE to see WAR OF THE GARGANTUAS posted some day!

  7. docteurmabuse says:

    OMG ! What a gem ! Thank you so much RL for this Christmas gift, six months ahead of time !

  8. tnt says:

    This looks fantastic – Amicus films are great.

  9. Frank Farina says:

    Thanks so much for these. I really “dig” documentaries, especially ones detailing this great era of British Horror.

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