You may think that my review of The Glass Tomb (1955) is simply another in a string of examinations of the American/British noir coproductions of Robert Lippert and Hammer Films.  But no, I have ambitions in this review.  Lofty ones.  It is now my personal mission to add to the lexicon of B-movie enthusiasts the term “shepherd’s pie filmmaking.”



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