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Son of Frankenstein (Universal 1939)
Witchcraft (Lippert 1964)

Diane Clare

Her turns in several compelling horror movies saw her tangle with zombies and witches – find out more about her life in our feature.

The Maze (Allied Artists 1953)

The Maze

A frog owns a sprawling Scottish mansion, and it’s in 3-D. What more do you need to know?

Horror Express (Benmar 1972)

Terror Trains

All the signals are there as we track down some of the more sinister locomotive lamentations that horror cinema has to offer.

The Black Room (Columbia 1936)

The Black Room

Twice the Karloff means twice the chills in a brooding, stately thriller that serves as a neat little shocker from the Columbia catacombs.