Issue 150: The Amicus Special
This extra special issue of The Dark Side celebrates the work of Amicus Studios, a very British company founded by two Americans. Max J. Rosenberg was the money man who mainly stayed in the States, while Milton Subotsky was the creative partner who ran the UK operation from what affable director Norman J. Warren recently described to me as a portakabin in the car park of Shepperton Studios.
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Reviewed This Issue
Denis Meikle’s in depth look at the history of ‘The Studio That Dripped Blood’ continues.
Denis Meikle uncovers the full history of ‘The Studio That Dripped Blood.’
An Amicus speciality, the ‘Omnibus’ horror movie harks back to the silent days and continues to appeal to genre film producers even now. Denis Meikle takes us through the history of these celluloid tales of terror.
Some people are one in a million, but Rick Melton was won in a raffle. This time round our resident artistic genius ties himself up with piano wire and watches Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS.
The prodigious pen of Robert Bloch was responsible for many horror movie favourites, from Psycho to William Castle’s Strait-Jacket… to Amicus movies like The Skull and The House That Dripped Blood. Denis Meikle investigates Bloch’s lengthy writing career
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