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Richard Wells
Art Department graphics n' that for telly and film. Diabolical. You might remember me from such programmes as Poldark, Sherlock, and Doctor Who...
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Richard Wells Feb 21
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Richard Wells 44m
Replying to @JimmyRGeorge
Cheers Jimmy..! 🐝
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Richard Wells 2h
Replying to @ianberriman
Can you reopen the Fopp while you’re there...
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Replying to @jamie_graham9
My favourite reply is the guy asking if he means The Haunting with Owen Wilson...
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Replying to @ChrisHewitt
Oh yeah, I’m looking forward to revisiting that. I love snow in films, I love trains in films, and I love Lee and Cushing in films...
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Replying to @ChrisHewitt
To be fair, he was pretty poorly served in those later Dracula films, as fun as they are. Pleased he got such a great final Hammer role in TO THE DEVIL A DAUGHTER...
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Replying to @Slippery_Jack
...I’ve been reading the wonderful Hammer book by Marcus Hearn and Alan Barnes. I love that THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA went into production under the title DRACULA IS DEAD AND WELL AND LIVING IN LONDON. Christopher Lee was unamused...
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Richard Wells 17h
Replying to @Slippery_Jack
...Following Hammer’s TO THE DEVIL A DAUGHTER the other night, more lovely 70s London location shooting here. A fun sequence where Edwige Fenech gets the tube at Aldwych station, travels two stops (both clearly Aldwych), gets off at Aldwych, and exits from Holland Park...😵
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Richard Wells 17h
Watching Sergio Martino’s brilliant ALL THE COLOURS OF THE DARK. Bruno Nicolai’s theme for the occult gatherings is such a banger...
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Richard Wells 19h
Replying to @IconsRobG
Overjoyed with the special features in that set. Unbelievably good making-of docs...
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Richard Wells 20h
Top star rating bickering. I rate you four and a half stars. Can I suggest a new spin-off show: Blumhouse Presents Rob n’ Elric’s ✨DIGRESSION✨
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Richard Wells Feb 22
Friday shop plug. Here are some things I did. Things..! 🦇
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Richard Wells 23h
Replying to @Adam_Zed
The Nigel Kneale..!
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Richard Wells Feb 22
Replying to @chemalino
I liked how it was a kind of inversion of the Devil Rides Out climax with the protective circle...
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Richard Wells Feb 22
Replying to @martang66
I loved how it works geographically, too, over Tower Bridge and round the back of the Tower. Gives it a very fresh contemporary vibe, in contrast to the earlier studio-bound films...
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Richard Wells Feb 22
Friday shop plug. Here are some things I did. Things..! 🦇
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Richard Wells Feb 22
Replying to @danieljmckee
I remember enjoying their THE LADY VANISHES remake too...
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Richard Wells Feb 21
Replying to @Slippery_Jack
...Also worth mentioning the score by Paul Glass. Miles away from the more melodic work of James Bernard, this is closer to Penderecki! I loved it. With this film and DEMONS OF THE MIND in 1972, director Peter Sykes really delivered a couple of late-Hammer bangers...
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Richard Wells Feb 21
Replying to @DanielNothing @JimLo7
DEMONS OF THE MIND is one of my favourite Hammer films, and this one might become a new favourite...
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