Jack “The Agnostic” Garcia concludes the epic 4 part GRR mini-series by examining the great acting duo’s final decades. As the Hammer dominated Gothic horror film era begins to fade away ,the two talented thespians output in genre films begins to slow down. Disappointed with the Dracula series and disgusted with the butchering and shelving of his fine performance in the now classic The Wicker Man (1973) , Christopher Lee begins to drift away from genre films in favor of supporting roles in big budgeted action and adventure films. While Peter Cushing continues to work in the dying Gothic genre until his diagnosis with prostate cancer and his very busy retirement . Lee would then have a major acting renaissance in the last 15 years of his life working on the second Star Wars trilogy, The Lord of The Rings movies and appearing often in cameo roles for director Tim Burton. While also starting a new career as a Heavy Metal performer. Jack gives in depth analysis on yet another amazing batch of movies – 26 films including – The Creeping Flesh (1972) – Tales From The Crypt (1972) – Frankenstein and The Monster From Hell (1973) – The Wicker Man (1973) and To The Devil a Daughter (1976) among many others.
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