To celebrate the release of the Hammer classic ‘Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell’ – coming to 2-disc DVD & single-disc Blu-ray for the first ever time in the UK on 28th April 2014 – we have a copy to giveaway to one lucky horror fan!

The final feature film directed by the legendary Terence Fisher, ‘Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell’ is a perfect, unusually gory and beautifully gothic swan song for Hammer’s incarnation of Mary Shelley’s two accursed creations.

Featuring yet another standout performance by the brilliant Peter Cushing as the mad baron, ‘Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell’ is also notable for the pre-Star Wars pairing of the actors who would four years later reunite to play two of the most iconic villains in the cinematic galaxy – Darth Vader (David Prowse) and Grand Moff Tarkin (Cushing).

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For your chance to win a copy of FRANKENSTEIN AND THE MONSTER FROM HELL, simply comment below telling us your favourite Hammer Horror movie and why it’s your favourite.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Monday 5th May 2014 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
• One entry per household
• There is no cash or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
• 1 winners will win 1x Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. I *love* Hammer horrors… hard to pick a favourite but I have a real soft spot for ‘The Devil Rides Out’. Christpher Lee is fantastic in it and I remember staying up on New Year’s Eve when I was about ten years old watching it for the first time with my dad despite my mum insisting I was far too young!

  2. gotta be dracula a.d. 1972. mostly hated at the time but it is has aged so well. dracula in swinging 70’s london is a genius idea; camp as a tent shop and tons of fun.

  3. I like Hammer Horrors original Dracula and I also like Quatermass and the Pit because Quatermass still stands the test of time for me and Dracula because of it’s Englishness.

  4. ‘Horror of Dracula’ is, in my opinion, one of the most iconic vampire films ever made. The suspense and gothic horror are held throughout.

  5. Dr. Jekyll & Sister Hyde (1971) is mine as Ralph Bates gives his best, Martine Beswick is ferociously sexy as the other-half intent on completely taking over. also a appearance from the famed graverobbers Burke and Hare and Jack The Ripper into the mix to keep the proceedings from ever getting dull. a very smart and classy presentation 🙂

  6. Although I love the really bright and colourful dracula films that Hammer produced, I also love ‘Nanny’ which stared Bette Davis as a genuinely creepy nanny – a real antidote to Mary Poppins!

  7. Although I do love all the Dracula films, it has to be The Devil Rides Out. I’m a huge Dennis Wheatley fan, and the film captures the book well, Charles Gray is fantastic as Mocato.

  8. I can’t remeber the exact name but it was the house that bleeds or something along those lines. It scared me to death the first time I saw it

  9. my favourite is ‘the resident’ because the film was just so creepy and nowadays more and more people are having to share houses and flats together nowadays and you never know much about the person you are living with,they can have done anything in their past and the film plays on that if you move in with your girlfriend at least you know their parents what their mood swings are like,but when you share a property with someone just for finacial arrangements you are taking a gamble because you are supposed to be safe at home.

  10. It has to be Dracula (1958) , I really enjoyed watching this growing up, and even today
    i still enjoy wathching the greatest due in any Hammer film.
    The late Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.

  11. I grew up watching the horror double features in the 1970s and the Hammer Films were always a favourite. The one that really stands out for me is “Taste the Blood of Dracula”, I even have the socks to prove it. One incongruity that makes me smile is the casting of Peter Sallis, Cleggie from “Last of the Summer Wine”, as a Hell-raising member of the “Hellfire Club”! Genius! The other great thing about watching these fantastic films in the 1970s was the amount of blood, gore and heaving cleavage we got to see, terrific for a stick-thin 13 to 15 year-old boy with acne!

  12. My favourite Hammer film is “Vampire Circus”. It’s hugely entertaining. I loved it when the girl changed into a bird. Just great!

  13. Would still have to be the 1st one that I seen Dracula AD 1972 watching on some late night TV Double Bill when I was 10 at my Grans for the night

  14. Perhaps not strictly horror in the true sense, but I have to say “Terror of the Tongs”. Only ever saw it once on tv, a long, long time ago, but the “scraping the bone” torture has stuck with me ever since.

  15. I haven’t watched any, but looking down the comments, the movies sound great.
    The terror of the tongs sounds a bit of a hair curler!

  16. ‘To the Devil a Daughter’ I know that most Hammer fans hate the film, but I think that the camera-work and direction create a great atmosphere, plus Nastassja Kinski’s performance (and appearance) is stunning.

  17. I love their new films. My big fave is ‘Let Me In’. Out of the oldies I would go for the Frankenstein collection over Dracula every time. ‘Frankenstein Created Woman’ (1967) being my most memorable. I sometimes feel like the monster 👿

  18. Have to another vote for The Devil Rides Out as Christopher Lee is brilliant in it, it has Patrick Mower, Charles Gray and Paul Eddington in support, the plot’s interesting and it has a strong ending. Lacks Madeline Smith’s delicious presence but you can’t have everything.

  19. The Devil Rides Out for me I think – fond memories of my dad letting me stay up with him to watch it, late on bbc1 in the early 80s. Still holds up well today, Lee is superb.

  20. The Mummy – I remember being allowed to stay up late to watch this and thinking how scary it was.

  21. One Million Years BC was my favourite Hammer film. Loved the iconic images of Raquel Welch in her fur bikini.

  22. My favourite is the fairly recent The Woman in Black because it’s about ghosts and kept me glued to the screen from beginning to end

  23. Has to be “Brides of Dracula” – probably the best portrayal of Van Helsing by Peter Cushing in any of the Dracula series and a great ending.

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