Some non-Hammer stuff, too, but yeah.  Mainly Hammer:

 

The Cyclops (1956), in which a rescue party finds the guy they were looking for, but he’s in no condition to be brought home…

Five Million Years to Earth (1967), in which there are fossil ape-men, a buried spaceship, paleolithic ghosts, trans-temporal possession, grasshoppers from Mars, and a huge psionic outer-space bug-devil, but those jackasses from the Ministry of Defense don’t believe in any of it…

The Old Dark House (1963), in which a teamup no one ever thought to ask for yields results nobody would want…

Paranoiac (1962), in which any one-line synopsis I might devise would just be rendered obsolete within fifteen minutes anyway…

The Phantom Carriage (1921), in which dying at midnight on New Year’s Eve is almost as bad an idea as fixing the world’s agriest drifter’s overcoat…

[REC] (2007), in which those TV people did say they were hoping for something exciting to happen…

The Reptile (1966), in which were-snakes and their fathers make crappy next-door neighbors…

and…

The Stranglers of Bombay (1959), in which “Thug Life” has an altogether different meaning.
 
 
 



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