Historical horror impresses with memorable cast and atmospheric and restrained re-telling of the infamous Burke and Hare story
HAMMER Films posters were a visual blood feast with lashings of vibrant colour, sex and gore.
The Ghoul rips off The Mummy and The Old Dark House, still fun thought and worth watching as Karloff's first UK film
James Whale brings HG Wells novel to the silver screen, making movie SPX history and a seminal classic equal to his iconic Frankenstein
We talk to a London psychic medium about the dangers of Ouija boards, Dick Turpin and how clearing ghosts can be hazardous to your heath!
Atmospheric with lots of symbolism, The Company of Wolves is thinking person’s horror with cool lycanthrope transformation “from within” scene
Lavish with beautiful sets, wonderful locations, great cast with genuine scares and plenty of laughs, this is the near perfect horror film
Horror comedy mixed to perfection as Landis reinvents werewolf movies and Rick Baker creates monster-making history.
This dark bubonic tale brutally reveals the tensions and hysteria caused by mass death of communities in a short space of time.
MJ STEEL COLLINS describes a strange Glasgow haunting at Blythswood Square
RICHARD MOODY tells how buying a haunted pub released childhood memories of the paranormal and inspired him to start The Tamworth Ghost Hunters
Southwark in London has a very shady past and its pubs are known for their haunting. CELESTE MILES picks Five Southwark Spooky Pubs
MATT WINGETT discusses Arthur Conan Doyle's love of the macabre
EDDIE BRAZIL looks at the construction of urban folklore horror in the form of a murderous vicar from London's east end
STEPHEN MOSLEY reveals the overwelming power of John Barrymore in the 1920 silent classic, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
DARK MORTE interviews Khandie Khisses on her new role in Alan Moore's Show Pieces
STEPHEN MOSLEY reviews the final film in Hammer's Karnstein Trilogy - Twins of Evil!
The Uninvited (1944) is one of Hollywood's first foray's into "real" paranormal phenomena
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS describes Night Kaleidoscope as possibly the most exciting new horror feature this year
EDDIE BRAZIL asked whether it possible to experience a solitary ghost
Guest writer KERRY GREENAWAY begins her series on the connection between crystals and the paranormal by looking at harnessing Crystal Energy...
ANN O'REGAN takes a look at John H Shelton's new docu-horror 'Do You Believe in Ghosts?'
MJ STEEL COLLINS reveals five Glasgow poltergeists from her new book, Uncanny Clydeside
PHILIP DAVIES dons his flying gear to take a closer look at haunted RAF Cosford near Telford in Shropshire
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS tracks down some fun facts about The Woman in Black, starring Daniel Radcliffe
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES takes a look at Frankula, the return of 1970s TV favourite David Barry aka Frankie Abbott...
HOWARD JACKSON says two words sum up horror film legend Peter Cushing - Obedience and Disappointment
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS takes a fun look at some strange facts from the classic The Wicker Man
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks back at the genre career of one of Britain's most beloved actors, John Hurt, who has died aged 77