Tag Archives: Terence Fisher
A reporter and his girlfriend–also a reporter–investigate threats against a retired army officer and discover that they’re linked to a series of murders and a court-martial that occurred during the war.
Stolen Face (1952) Terence Fisher, Paul Henreid, Lizabeth Scott, André Morell, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Murder by Proxy / Blackout (1954) Terence Fisher, Dane Clark, Belinda Lee, Betty Ann Davies, Crime, Drama, Thriller, Film-Noir
The Gelignite Gang (1956) Francis Searle, Terence Fisher, Wayne Morris, Sandra Dorne, James Kenney, Thriller, Crime, Drama
Mask of Dust (1954) Terence Fisher, Richard Conte, Mari Aldon, Peter Illing, Adventure, Action, Drama
On a search for his missing friend Jonathan Harker (John Van Eyssen), vampire hunter Dr. Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) is led to Count Dracula’s (Christopher Lee) castle. Upon arriving, Van Helsing finds an undead Harker in Dracula’s crypt and discovers that the count’s next target is Harker’s ailing fiancée, Lucy Holmwood (Carol Marsh). With the help of her brother, Arthur (Michael Gough), Van Helsing struggles to protect Lucy and put an end to Count Dracula’s parasitic reign of terror.
So Long at the Fair (1950) Antony Darnborough, Terence Fisher, Jean Simmons, Dirk Bogarde, David Tomlinson, Drama, Film-Noir, Mystery
Vicky Barton and her brother, Johnny, take a trip to the 1896 Paris Exhibition. They both sleep in seperate rooms in a hotel. When the sister gets up the next morning, she finds her brother and his room had disappeared and no one will even acknowledge that he was ever there. Now Vicky must find out what exactly happened to her brother.
Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) Terence Fisher, Peter Cushing, Susan Denberg, Thorley Walters, Horror
A dead and frozen Baron Frankenstein is re-animated by his colleague Dr. Hertz proving to him that the soul does not leave the body on the instant of death. His lab assistant, young Hans, is found guilty of murdering the local pub owner with whom he had an argument where he foolishly swore to kill the man and Frankenstein acquires his body immediately after the execution. Hans had been quite friendly with the dead man’s daughter Christina who returns just in time to see him guillotined. Distraught, she commits suicide and is brought back to life by the good Doctor but with Hans’ brain replacing her own. As memories return to her – Hans’ memories in fact – she sets out to pursue and kill those responsible for having sent him to his death.
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969) Terence Fisher, Peter Cushing, Veronica Carlson, Freddie Jones, Horror, Sci-Fi, Drama
Baron Frankenstein travels to a new town to meet Dr. Brandt, with whom he had hoped to collaborate. When he learns that Brandt is in a mental asylum he takes a room in a boarding house run by Anna, whose fiance, Karl, is a doctor who works at the asylum. Blackmailing Anna and Karl into helping him, Frankenstein kidnaps Brandt to learn his secrets.