Black Sunday editor and long-time Spooky Isles contributor KATIE DOHERTY bids farewell to her Hammer idol Christopher Lee
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES bids a sad farewell to a true British cinema legend, Sir Christopher Lee
BARRY McCAN takes a look back at Hammer's The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires
BARRY McCANN ponders what might have been had Hammer followed through and produced these fabulous horrors
For Creepy Kids Week, PETER FULLER reviews the Bette Davis horror classic, The Nanny (1965)
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES says Scars of Dracula (1970) isn't as bad as you would think
As we conclude Wicked Women Week, we turn our eyes to the women who have entertained us in British horror
DAVID SAUNDERSON reviews To the Devil a Daughter (1976) starring Christopher Lee and Richard Widmark
In this exclusive extract from Charles E. Butler's new book, Vampires: The Final Hunt, he discusses cinema's generally unsuccessful attempts to film Dracula
PAUL ADAMS reviews The Woman in Black: Angel of Death (2015)
MATT WINGETT explores the Spiritualist beliefs of Arthur Conan Doyle, relating the extraordinary account of his encounter with his deceased son, Kingsley.
Guest writer MATTI BEAL, a former hospital worker, uncovers the spookiness behind medical facilities
Arnish Moor on the Isle of Lewis has long been haunted by tales of murder and mystery. MJ STEEL COLLINS reports.
STUART DAWSON looks back on Most Haunted: The Galleries of Justice
MANDY COLLINS investigates the spooky Theatre Royal in Glasgow - one of the city's oldest and most famous entertainment venues
MJ WAYLAND recalls the day he bumped into Christopher Lee at Camden Market
ERIC MCNAUGHTON reviews Hands of the Ripper (1971)
Universal Pictures made the best horror films of the Golden Years of Hollywood. And the big-name actors who starred in these masterpieces were almost entirely British.Today we begin our three-part series to celebrate some of these British Universal stars ...
STEPHEN MOSLEY reviews the final film in Hammer's Karnstein Trilogy - Twins of Evil!
Selene Paxton-Broooks reviews The Skull (1965) - a shockfest from Amicus!
CLAIRE BARRAND reveals some of Wales' most disturbing folk legends...
MJ STEEL COLLINS lists the most disturbing ghosts and legends of the Haunted Tower of London
Guest blogger DANIEL W CHEELY says British books inspired his love for haunted houses...
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at the murder and subsequent afterlife of famed Victorian London actor William Terriss
KERRY GREENWAY looks at how and why we should protect ourselves from paranormal forces...
The arrival of some of Universal's most beloved horror movies on Blu-ray is a mixed blessing, says RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS takes a look at the gory, overlooked British horror Mum and Dad (2008)
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS takes a look at little know horror, Mum and Dad (2008) directed by Steven Sheil...
HOWARD JACKSON says Happy Birthday Peter Cushing with a look at the role that made him a horror icon, Victor Frankenstein in The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
ANN MASSEY O'REGAN says when it comes to horror films you probably don't think of Ireland as having a major impact on the genre...