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Episode 6: Hammer Horror Classics from Warner Bros

Our sixth episode of A Real Horror Show is all about the great Hammer Horror classic films from Warner Bros. Join us and our very special guests Constantine Nasr, Ted Newsom, and Steve Vertlieb as we discuss the history and ins and outs of Hammer’s sometimes tumultuous relationship with the Hollywood giant that produced some of the British company’s finest films…. and of course we discuss the films too.

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Hammer Horror: The Warner Bros Years

About Jon Cross

My earliest movie image, that I can remember, is that of the demon/devil in the Night on Bald Mountain segment of Fantasia which I saw at the cinema when I was around 3 years old. Although it wouldn't be till my early teens that my serious love of the horror genre would flourish, it's interesting to me that my earliest memory is of something scary. I have been writing as long as I can remember but since 2010 I have been writing a movie review blog and since 2011 I have hosted my own podcast over at While producing the show I have had the chance to interview genre favourites like Barbara Crampton, Jim Wynorski, William Sadler, Brian Trenchard-Smith, William Lustig and Herschell Gordon Lewis among others. My writing has also been featured in the 'I Love Bad Movies' Zine and on Bruce Campbell's personal website.

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  1. I love this website as i have always Loved all of Sir Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing films, i have never met them, i have enjoyed there films that started in 1958 i have never had nightmares over there films such good handsome duo and i enjoyed enjoyed reading there autobiographies such great interest about there lives, i have also come to love Sir Christopher Lee;s singing voice i had never heard him sing before only on CD and the first one was The King of Elfland’s Daughter until i was recommended by a friend, she says Christopher has a dark mellow strong voice in opera so now i play his CDs all the time, i have no favourite songs but they are all awesome especially the Devils,Rogues and other Villians CD its fabulous, i have over the years bought there films i wish they could put more bonuses on DVD like when they interview Christopher i could be glued all day long and i never get fed up watching them over and over again. i am very upset from there passing there never will be another pair of great horror actors as these.

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