Dracula & Dracula A.D. 72 double bill

   Showing Saturday 14th October 2023 at 7.30pm - Drama, Horror - 82 min

strong gory images

Cast Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Michael Gough

Writer Jimmy Sangster, Bram Stoker
Director Terence Fisher
Country United Kingdom - Language English

The Plot

Jonathan Harker rouses the ire of Count Dracula after he accepts a job at the vampire's castle under false pretenses. Harker's friend, Dr. Van Helsing, then embarks on a hunt for the predatory villain when he targets Harker's love...

Part of our 2023 Fear At The Factory season. This event will be introduced by our guest, Ian Taylor.

We are showing Dracula A.D. 72 after a 10 minute interval following the first film. You can read more about that film below...

Johnny Alucard raises Count Dracula from the dead in London in 1972. The Count goes after the descendants of Van Helsing.

IMDB link    Watch the trailer for Dracula A.D. 72 by clicking here

IMDB rating 7.2      Book TicketsWatch Trailer

These two films will be introduced by our guest host, Ian Taylor.

Having written a number of minor short stories, he started editing music fanzines in his 20s & later spent decades in amateur theatre as an actor, director and official adjudicator for the Greater Manchester Drama Federation.

However, in his 40s he found his real home though, as part of the editorial team of We Belong Dead and as a writer for that magazine and associated books, but also Hemlock’s Fantastic Fifties, Cinema of the ‘70s/’80s, a one-off special of Dez Skinn’s House of Hammer/Halls of Horror and (available on high street shelves) The Dark Side.

His book ‘All Sorts of Things Might Happen: The Films of Jenny Agutter’ was published in 2021.

More recently, Ian has found himself writing numerous further short stories and he not only writes for the BHF Books of Horror Stories but recently became co-editor of the series with his friend and fellow scribe Andrew Llewellyn. The pair have also released a collaborative collection of horror fiction entitled ‘Spoken in Whispers’.

On his quiet days Ian also presents community music shows for Radio M29 and enjoys a pint or two.

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