Tag Archives: Christopher Lee

The Mummy Movies – My Horrific Life

Erica and I took a look at Mummy movies throughout the years, focusing on the 1932 classic with Boris Karloff, the 1959 Hammer production with Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing, and the new movie with Tom Cruise.  (we mention the Brenden Frasier movies as well).  We review the new Mummy movie and – Surprise!! – is was not good.  Take a listen for the full scoop.

Hammer Films – My Horrific Life

We Love Hammer Films!  Please listen as Erica and I discuss what we like about classic Hammer films (I am convincing Erica to love them!).  We discuss a couple we like, with a particular emphasis on Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.  This is the first of what I am sure are many podcasts about this film studio.

It’s Hammer Time!

Welcome back, freaks! For the month of May, we are covering our favorite Hammer horror films of the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s,…and anything else we want to talk about! If you haven’t already, be sure to listen to Part 1 and Part 2 of our podcast with author and historian Scott Allen Nollen, who personally knew Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Vincent Price, and so many other icons.

And there’s also that story about that time he touched Abraham Lincoln’s blood.

Scott Allen Nollen Interview Part 1 – My Horrific Life

Please join us for the first of two interviews with author Scott Allen Nollen!  Scott is the author of over 24 books including “Boris Karloff: A Critical Account of His Screen, Stage, Radio, Television and Recording Work”, and “Boris Karloff: A Gentleman’s Life.”  Listen to this amazing interview as Scott recounts his lifelong passion for the works of Boris Karloff, and his discussions with Christopher Lee, Vincent Price, Ray Bradbury, and others.