ANDREW GARVEY enters the Hammer House of Horror to review the classic British television series …
ANDREW GARVEY concludes his two-part interview with up-and-coming UK horror film makers Systir Productions
ANDREW GARVEY begins his two-part interview with up-and-coming UK horror film makers Systir Productions
ANDREW GARVEY reviews Scottish horror flick, Attack of the Herbals
ANDREW GARVEY calls Dog Soldiers the best werewolf film since An American Werewolf in London (1981)
To celebrate Hellraiser’s 25th Birthday, ANDREW GARVEY sat down to watch its sequels spiral downward into hell.
Spooky Isles continues its special day celebrating 25 years since the release of Hellraiser, with ANDREW GARVEY reviewing its most notable sequel
ANDREW GARVEY reviews Hellraiser (1987) – the film that started it all
Clive Barker’s Hellraiser was released today in 1987. The Spooky Isles will celebrate that horrific milestone with a special day of articles by ANDREW GARVEY.
ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Wicker Tree, the sequel to a 1973 British horror classic
July 2012 marks the 400th anniversary of the infamous Pendle Witch Trial. ANDREW GARVEY reports on a theatre production which explores the historic event.
ANDREW GARVEY looks at the haunted goings-on at Ford Green Hall – the oldest house in Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire
ANDREW GARVEY takes a look at recent exceptional output of horror films of the tartan variety
Guest writer ANDREW GARVEY looks at the British newspaper reactions to the sigthing of “Nessie” when the famous inhabitant was “rediscovered” in Loch Ness in 1933
Birmingham’s Black Sabbath created horror heavy metal. Guest writer ANDREW GARVEY highlights five of their greatest (and spookiest) songs