ANDREW GARVEY is the Spooky Isles’ Deputy Editor (Books). He writes horror fiction and non-fiction and will never be able to read all the books he owns.
ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Devil's Doorway (2018), a found footage horror film from Ireland
ANDREW GARVEY enjoys two titans meeting head on, as Sherlock Holmes investigates the Jack the Ripper murders in A Study In Terror (1965)
"A creepily original zombie dystopia", says ANDREW GARVEY, as he looks at 2016's The Girl With All The Gifts.
Adam Nevill's tale of terror in the Scandanavian backwoods hits the big screen. ANDREW GARVEY goes along for the ride.
ANDREW GARVEY takes a look at Adam Nevill's 'Banquet for the Damned'
ANDREW GARVEY takes a look at Doomflight by Guy N. Smith
ANDREW GARVEY poses some questions for the Chatterer himself, Nicholas Vince of Hellraiser fame
ANDREW GARVEY interviews prolific author Tim Lebbon about his post-apocalyptic novel The Silence, its upcoming film adaptation, novelisations and triathlons
ANDREW GARVEY takes a look at Tim Lebbon's fun new twist on the zombie genre, The SIlence...
ANDREW GARVEY talks to author Tracy Fahey about her work including The Unheimlich Manoeuvre...
ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Unheimlich Manoeuvre by Tracy Fahey
ANDREW GARVEY talks to comic book writer Adam Cheal about his work
David Farrant – controversial psychic investigator famed for his involvement in the Highgate Vampire case – has died. PATSY SORENTI pays tribute.
Here's a list of London Cemeteries, known as the Magnificent Seven for their amazing graves and monuments!
England has experienced many UFO sightings since ancient times. RICK HALE describes some of the weirdest and unexplained alien encounters.
Here are some common situations that could be mistaken for a haunting, according to RICK HALE
RICK HALE tells the terrifying spectre of a grinning floating head haunts the Ye Olde Cock Tavern on Fleet Street, London.
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