RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES is Spooky Isles’ Film Editor, and lives with his wife close to the Dorset Coast. He spends far too much of his spare time watching horror films and listening to psychedelic music (sometimes simultaneously). He has previously written of his eclectic interests for his blog, The Purple Patch.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES calls it “the quintessential Amicus film” - a look back at 1972's Tales From The Crypt
Amicus Productions take their second trip through the EC Comics catalogue. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES visits The Vault Of Horror (1973).
Neil Jordan makes a return to horror. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES is pleased to hear it...
First off the blocks to emulate Hammer's horror success? RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES revisits the gruesomely Technicolor effort, Blood Of The Vampire (1958).
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reveals The Old Dark House aka what director James Whale did after 1931's Frankenstein...
Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi's second collaboration, the Edgar Allan Poe-inspired The Raven (1935). Review by RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES.
Titans of terror Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi are pitted against each other for the first time. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at 1934's The Black Cat.
No, not the one about the killer clown. The Golem makes an appearance in London, in 1967's It! RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reports.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES on a hidden folk-horror gem from the BBC vaults, Robin Redbreast.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reflects on a double-role for Boris Karloff, starring in period chiller The Black Room.
Lionel Atwill and Fay Wray's third screen collaboration, early Technicolor horror Mystery Of The Wax Museum. Review by RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES on an early Technicolor horror treat – Lionel Atwill and Fay Wray star in 1932's Dr. X.
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