'Hammer House of Horror' proposed for LondonThe classic horror movie studio is looking to open a themed attraction in the UK
From Rod WhitenackI'm not sure if this qualifies as Theme Park News or not, but as a classic horror fan, it certainly qualifies as cool to me! The Hammer House of Horror, which became famous as the first studio to adapt the classic monsters films in color in the 1950's and 60's ("The Horror of Dracula," "The Curse of Frankenstein") and has recently started producing horror films again ("The Woman in Black")has announced the opening of a "Hammer House of Horror" Tourist Attraction in London. I'm not exactly sure what the details are this point, and it could end up being a "film museum" or a full out haunted walk through or both. Sounds really interesting in any case. Here's a link.
Posted December 19, 2012 at 3:50 PM
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From Mike GallagherSounds way cool. I didn't know Woman In Black was a Hammer production. I didn't see it.
Posted December 20, 2012 at 9:04 AM
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