Nolan is joined by Paul Farrell and Thomas Foster to discuss Mario Bava’s Black Sunday (1960) and Terence Fisher’s Dracula: Prince Of Darkness (1966). The crew dig into new discoveries, rewatches, and recent releases before wandering into the path of an ancient evil that has just risen after centuries of lying dormant.
Other movies discussed on this episode: Firestarter (2022) (Peacock), Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) (Netflix), You Won’t Be Alone (2022) (Peacock), Men (2022), The Northman (2022) (Peacock), Girls Nite Out (1982) (VOD), A Return To Salem’s Lot (1987) (VOD), The Cursed (2022) (VOD).
As will always be the case with this show, please be aware that our discussion contains spoilers. If you want to watch the movies before listening to the show, there are a couple of ways you can do so. Black Sunday is available to stream on Shudder and AMC+, as well as being available to rent and purchase via VOD or Blu-ray/DVD. Dracula: Prince Of Darkness is currently only available on Blu-ray.
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Links of interest and/or sources cited for research on this episode:
Hammer Pub Episode 15 – Dracula: Prince of Darkness with Heather Wixson (Scream Addicts) (podcast)
‘Night of the Living Dummy II’ Turned Slappy into a ‘Goosebumps’ Icon [Viewer Beware] by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting)
‘The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight’ Was the Perfect Summer Scary Fun for ’90s Kids [Viewer Beware] by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting)
‘Lust for a Vampire’ Was the Middling Midpoint for a Hammer Horror Trilogy [Hammer Factory] by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting)
‘Paranoiac’ Was One of Hammer’s Very Best “Mini-Hitchcock” Thrillers [Hammer Factory] by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting)