|Dracula Has Risen from the Grave 1968 G, 92 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Fantasy
Director: Freddie Francis
Cast: Christopher Lee, Rupert Davies, Veronica Carlson, Barbara Ewing, Barry Andrews, Ewan Hooper, Michael Ripper, George A. Cooper, Marion Mathie, John D. Collins, Christopher Cunningham, Norman Bacon
After a girl's body, scarred with fang marks, is found hanging in the church bell, the Monsignor (Rupert Davies) performs exorcism rites at Count Dracula's (Christopher Lee) castle. By accident, Dracula is freed from the ice that had imprisoned him, and now the Monsignor must pay the consequences. First on Dracula's list is the Monsignor's niece Anna (Marion Mathie) who works at a nearby pub, but the Monsignor seeks revenge and is only steps behind the vampire Dracula.
|Personal Services 1987 R, 105 min.|
Director: Terry Jones
Cast: Julie Walters, Alec McCowen, Shirley Stelfox, Danny Schiller, Victoria Hardcastle, Tim Woodward, Dave Atkins, Leon Lissek, Ewan Hooper, Alan Bowyer, Benjamin Whitrow, Peter Cellier, Stephen Lewis, Beverly Foster
When Christine Painter (Julie Walters) opens a brothel in London, she gets help from prostitute Shirley (Shirley Stelfox) who knows the business and from Wing Commander Morton (Alec McCowen) who enjoys wearing bras and panties. The business booms–until the police appear at the door. Loosely based on the experiences of real-life Madame Christine Payne who served as a technical director for this film.
|1. Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968)|
2. Personal Services (1987)
In The News