Tag Archives: Christopher Lee

“Scars of Dracula”

In the film “Scars of Dracula,” BAFTA Academy Fellowship Winner Christopher Lee (The Wicker Man) portrays the iconic Dracula. At the start of the film an imposing bat hovers above Dracula’s ash filled coffin. The bat drips blood from its … Continue reading

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“My Dinner with Hervé”

Sacha Gervasi, the writer and director of “My Dinner with Hervé,” was working at the U.K Publication, “The Mail on Sunday,” as a journalist, in 1993. Among other stories he worked on that year, he was tasked with interviewing a … Continue reading

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“Tommy”

Captain Walker, portrayed by BAFTA nominated actor, Robert Powell (Mahler), is a man who is presumed to have perished fighting in World War II. One evening, he inexplicably appears in his young son Tommy’s (Barry Winch) room. After looking at … Continue reading

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“Hannie Caulder”

The catalyst for the film “Hannie Caulder” is a bank robbery which takes place in a small Mexican village. The robbery is being committed by the thieving, raping, violent, and often times buffoonish Clemens brothers: Emmett portrayed by Oscar winning … Continue reading

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