LHMC Watches: American Werewolf in London

London Horror Movie Club watches “American Werewolf In London” – the classic comedy horror directed by John Landis and beloved by horror fans and directors. 

A clever, modern werewolf film starring David Naughton, Griffin Dunne, and Jenny Agutter, this is a classic so very well known, but Chris and I take a chance to go through our favourite bits, things that didn’t make sense, best one-liners, the way Landis uses London and even attempt to cast a reboot.

The London Horror Movie Club Watches “Cockneys vs Zombies”

This month Chris and I watched the 2012 “Cockneys vs Zombies” an East End/Shaun of the Dead/Bank Heist comedy mashup starring Alan Ford,  Matthias Hoene, Rasmus Hardiker. Two brothers in East London rob a bank to save their grandad’s retirement home, only to cross paths with a horde of zombies released from a nearby plague pit (by the very company that’s trying to take the retirement home!).

“Death Lines” is Out Now

Death Lines: Walking London’s Horror History is shipping now with Strange Attractor Press in the UK, and shortly through MIT Press in the US. Orders through the Strange Attractor Press web store will include a set of 8 postcard maps drawn by Natalie Kay-Thatcher, while stocks last! The first walking guide to London’s role in … Continue reading “Death Lines” is Out Now

New LHMC Episode: Alfred Hitchock’s “Frenzy”

New Episode Out Today! My big brother Chris has never seen a Hitchcock film all the way through, so this month he chose one of the famous director’s lesser-known London films, Frenzy. It’s the story of Dick Blaney (Jon Finch), a grumpy barman who has a very bad week, leading to him becoming the chief … Continue reading New LHMC Episode: Alfred Hitchock’s “Frenzy”