ERIC MCNAUGHTON describes the joy he felt as a child first getting his hands on Denis Gifford’s Pictorial History of Horror Movies
ANDREW GARVEY takes a look at recent exceptional output of horror films of the tartan variety
Good help is hard to find these days. Poor old Frankenstein might have known “what it feels like to be God” but he had poor HR skills, if these assistants are anything to go by!
In Part Two of Tonight’s Horror Horror Bill, STEPHEN MOSLEY continues the argument why there should be more horror films on television
In the first of tonight’s double bill, RICK GLADMAN of the Classic Horror Campaign explains why there needs to be more horror films on the BBC!
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 …
The Spooky Isles sits down with legendary British Horror Film reviewer and author Alan Frank to discuss his career and the genre he loves so much
Bradford’s STEPHEN DOYLE was 16 when he sneaked into to the newly-released An American Werewolf in London. He tells The Spooky Isles that his exploit resulted in a signed photo and letter of appreciation from the film’s director John Landis