Susan Denberg (born Dietlinde Zechner on 2 August in Bad Polzin, Germany) is a German-Austrian model and actress.
She made an Playboy appearence in August 1966 and was outstanding in hammer horror movie “Frankenstein Created Woman” not to metion an episode in Star Trek.
I see quite a lot of the movie bloggers are having this blindspot thing going about movies they should have seen but never had time so I started thinking about movies where I had a blindspot and just missed out on. It’s quite a lot… but.. *flashbulb*
I realised I had loads of Hammer horror I’ve missed out on so my Blindspot 2017 these are my 9 picks, skipped 3 months that I will review and I’m so looking forward to seeing them. Oki I will be cheating with Vampire lovers but it was ages ago and needs to be rewatched.
Ingrid Pitt, here I come (hey pervos, not in that way).
Hammer horror actress Ingrid Pitt, best known for starring in cult classics such as Countess Dracula, has died at the age of 73. The Polish-born star passed away at a hospital in South London.
She was regarded by many fans as the queen of Hammer Horror films.
The star’s death comes weeks after film-maker Roy Ward Baker, who directed Pitt in The Vampire Lovers, died at the age of 93.
Pitt’s daughter Stephanie Blake told the BBC News website that her mother’s death had come as a “huge surprise”.
After the actress collapsed recently, doctors had told her was she suffering from heart failure.
“She could be incredibly generous, loving, and she’ll be sorely missed,” Mrs Blake said.
She added that she wanted her mother to be remembered as the Countess Dracula with the “wonderful teeth and the wonderful bosom”.
And my own post from my Horror month honouring the grand lady here…
Remember I was scared shitless when I saw this as a kid, still is a really good horror flick.
A tribute to Hammer horror films and the women who helped make them great. Featuring Veronica Carlson, Caroline Munro, Valerie Leon, Madeline Smith, Yvonne Romain, Linda Hayden, Valerie Gaunt, and many more beautiful women of Hammer horror films.
Clips from ‘Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter’, ‘Blood From the Mummy’s Tomb’, ‘Taste the Blood Of Dracula’, ‘Brides Of Dracula’, ‘Horror Of Dracula’, ‘Dracula Has Risen From The Grave’, ‘Curse of the Werewolf’, ‘Vampire Lovers’, ‘Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell’, ‘Curse Of Frankenstein’, and ‘Dracula: 1971 A.D.’.
And then came the 70-80’s horrors with even worse movie titles with Blackula, The Vampyros Lesbos, Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde to name a few.
Have just included some as thumbnails below, but click here for the full lovely beauties in all their glory. Got around 50 horror posters from 1970-1979.
Some of the most amazing horror movies and arts are from the 1950-1970 in my opinion and most of them are from the most greatest studio of them all, Hammer studios. They did great ones but oh my god all mighty such awful ones as well… But the artwork for the horror movies are of such style and excellence.
Ok, we all have to forget them for the titles, hells bells… they are really awful but having your lady by your side and watching a classic as Astro Zombies, nothing can beat it…