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People That Time Forgot, The (1977)

The People That Time Forgot - a direct sequel to The Land That Time Forgot (1975) - was the last film made by Amicus...

Terrornauts, The (1967)

Dr Joe Burke (Simon Oates) is in charge of a scientific project in England that listens out for alien signals and signs of extraterrestrial...

They Came from Beyond Space (1967)

Strange glowing meteorites land in a field in Cornwall and anyone who gets close to them is taken over by an unknown alien mind...

Danger Route (1967)

This espionage thriller from Amicus was made at the height of the sixties spy craze and featured Richard Johnson as British spy Jonas Wilde,...

Torture Garden (1967)

Torture Garden was only the second of the Amicus compendiums, following Dr Terror's House of Horrors (1965). The framing device of the movie is a...

Deadly Bees, The (1966)

Vicki Robbins (Suzanna Leigh) is a pop singer who is suffering from exhaustion and collapses while performing a song on television. She is packed...

Psychopath, The (1966)

A series of strange murders have been taking place. The murders are of men who play in a string quartet together and a creepy...

Tales from the Crypt (1972)

While touring some catacombs five people lose the rest of their party and are ushered into a cavernous vault by a cowled figure (Ralph...

Land That Time Forgot, The (1975)

A British supply ship is sunk by a German submarine in 1916 during World War I. The survivors (seven men and a girl) are taken...

Skull, The (1965)

An antique collector named Christopher Maitland (Peter Cushing) has a particular interest in rare and unusual objects of the occult. He is offered the chance...

Dr Terror’s House of Horrors (1965)

Dr Terror's House of Horrors kick-started the Amicus series of British compendium horror films and was shot at Shepperton Studios with a budget of ...

Scream and Scream Again (1970)

A jogger ambling through London as the titles roll has what appears to be a heart attack and wakes up in a private hospital...

It’s Trad, Dad! (1962)

Director Richard Lester had already worked with the anarchic Goons on TV (A Show Called Fred) and on film - the short The Running...

Mind Of Mr Soames, The (1970)

Thirty-year-old John Soames (Terence Stamp) has been in a coma all his life when he is suddenly restored to consciousness after undergoing an operation...

Beast Must Die, The (1974)

Wealthy playboy, philanthropist and big game hunter Tom Newcliffe (Calvin Lockhart) and his wife Caroline (Marlene Clark) invite an eclectic group of people to...

Madhouse (1974)

Vincent Price plays Robert Toombes - a veteran horror actor famous for his long-running film role as Dr Death - a sinister horror villain...

Dr Who & the Daleks (1965)

The first big-screen outing of the BBC's ever-popular sci-fi TV series (first shown in 1963) has Roy Castle stumble onto the TARDIS control panel and launch...

Daleks Invasion Earth – 2150 AD (1966)

This classic sixties sci-fi flick from Amicus Productions is loosely based on the story Dalek Invasion Of Earth which was the second TV adventure to...

Asylum (1972)

While visiting the isolated and bleak mist-shrouded Dunsmoor Asylum for 'the incurably insane', young psychiatrist Dr Martin (Robert Powell) learns the bizarre and disturbing...

And Now the Screaming Starts! (1973)

Set in 1795, Catherine (Stephanie Beacham) has married the wealthy baron Charles Fengriffen (Ian Ogilvy) and moved into his grand country mansion. Married bliss...

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