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Undead Cinema: The Essential Zombie Films by Stephen Hoover, 2014

Uneasy Dreams: The Golden Age of British Horror Films, 1956 – 1976 by Gary A. Smith, McFarland, 2000

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Universal Horrors: The Studio’s Classic Films, 1931 – 1946, McFarland, 2007 (2nd edition)

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Universal Studios Monsters: A Legacy of Horror by Michael Mallory, Universe Publishing, 2009

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Universal Terrors 1951 – 1955: Eight Classic Horror and Sci-Fi Films by Tom Weaver, David Schecter, Robert J. Kiss, Steve Kronenberg, McFarland, 2017

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The Unknown Peter Cushing by Michael G. McGlasson, Bear Manor Media, 2011

Unruly Pleasures: The Cult Film and its Critics by Xavier Mendik (editor), FAB Press, UK, 2000

The Unseen Force: The Films of Sam Raimi by John Kenneth Muir, 2004

Up Till Now – William Shatner with David Fisher, 2008, Sidgwick & Jackson

Urban Terrors: New British Horror Cinema 1997 – 2008 by MJ Simpson, Hemlock Books, 2012

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Usborne Guide to the Supernatural World by Eric Maple, Lynn Myring, Eliot Humberstone, Usborne, 1979

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3 replies

  1. Sounds like the legend of hell house.

  2. Hi, I just found your blog. I noticed that you seem to like old horror movies. I do too. I was hoping that you could tell me the name of a movie I used to see when I was a kid. it’s about a group of paranormal investigators who show up at an old “haunted” house. The story ends with all of them gathered in a room listening to the sound of a loud boom. It turns out that the noises are being made by the ghost of an old bedridden woman who was beating on the wall to summon her nurse. One night, the old woman beat on the wall for help but the nurse was off seeing her boyfriend and so the old woman died. She of course didn’t realize she was dead and was now haunting the house and ultimately ended up driving the nurse to commit suicide. It used to come on tv a lot, in the seventies, and for some reason I seem to think that it’s either a rip-off of the haunting on a sequel to the Haunting.If you have any idea what the name of this movie is, I would be forever grateful. I’ve been looking for it for years.

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