Check out this deleted scene from Victor Frankenstein (2015)
ANN O'REGAN reviews Victor Frankenstein (2015) starring James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES commemorates a great horror season from his youth - 30 years ago this week!
Just in time for Halloween, RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES introduces "An Evening with Boris Karloff and His Friends"
SIMON BALL says about Gothic: "By thunder this was a hard film to review without giving too much of the plot away!"
KAJA FRANCK counts down 10 deadly British literary ladies
DARREN J. POWELL looks back on Van Helsing (2004) as one of his favourite vampire films
SIMON BALL reviews the 1945 Universal Horror, House of Dracula
British Gothic Horror gets funky. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES gets in the groove...
SIMON BALL talks to Richard Campbell about his heavy metal rock opera based on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Horror of Frankenstein (1970) starring Ralph Bates
TERRY SHERWOOD reviews Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman (1943)
Here’s a Peter Cushing birthday treat. British Pathe has uploaded this fascinating silent home-style movie of Peter Cushing during the filming of Frankenstein Created Woman at Bray Studios, Windsor, Berkshire in 1966. The video shows Peter, dressed as Baron Frankenstein, behind the scenes studying his lines, hanging out with co-star Susan Denberg, blowing dandelions,...
JON KANEKO-JAMES sits down to review the first episode of Showtime's new TV series Penny Dreadful
TERRY SHERWOOD reviews Universal Horrorfest. House of Frankenstein (1944)
The Evil of Frankenstein is probably the least honest of any Hammer Frankenstein film, DAVID SAUNDERSON writes
Albert square was transformed into an outpost of Hollywood today – with hundreds of actors and camera crew filming new blockbuster Frankenstein. The horror film based on Mary Shelley’s classic tale features Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe and X-Men and former Shameless star James McAvoy. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE
STEPHEN JACOBS reviews the 1973 television mini-series, Frankenstein: The True Story
Check out this amazing colour footage from Son of Frankenstein
DARK MORTE reviews Shaun Hutson's The Revenge Of Frankenstein
Son of Frankenstein (1939) is one of the last great Universal Horrors
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews Terence Fisher and Peter Cushing's final Frankenstein film, Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell
STEPHEN JACOBS casts a critical eye on The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)
Although movie goers might get tired of sword-and-sandle romps or sappy period pieces, they always love being frightened. Over the last century, no two figures of have become more synonymous with horror than Dracula and Frankenstein’s monster. Together, they are perhaps the most filmed characters of all time. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE
Britain didn't make many horror films until the 1950s. All our horror stars were over in Hollywood churning out the classics for Universal Pictures.