Hammer made seven sequels, all but one starring Christopher Lee.
2 The Curse Of Frankenstein (1957).
While Americans were under attack from wild teenagers and atomic monsters, the Brits offer this masterstroke.
3 Twins Of Evil (1971).
This brought Peter Cushing back in tow.
4 The Devil Rides Out (1968).
Skilfully directed, this tense morality play has some fantastic set pieces.
5 The Gorgon (1964).
Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing star in this excellent gothic fairy tale.
6 The Plague Of The Zombies (1966).
When locals refuse to work in a village lord's mines, he kills and resurrects them.
7 Die! Die! My Darling (1965).
Tallulah Bankhead does her Baby Jane-best in this over the top psycho-thriller.
8 Curse Of The Werewolf (1961).
A young Oliver Reed as Leon who helps to make this a fascinating character study that shares little with most of its counterparts.
9 Dr. Jekyll & Sister Hyde (1971).
This doctor gets a gender face lift in this interesting twist.
10 Demons Of The Mind (1972).
Morality play posing science against religion but with enough blood to satisfy most horror fans.