Today is the birthday of James Whale, the England-born director of some of Universal Horror's most well-loved masterpieces
James Whale brings HG Wells novel to the silver screen, making movie SPX history and a seminal classic equal to his iconic Frankenstein
This week celebrates the 80th anniversary of James Whale’s Frankenstein’s original release in November 1931
JOSIE PALMER looks at Peterborough's ghostly tales of the First World War and Victorian bodysnatchers
DUNCAN LUNAN concludes his two-part series, looking back on history to find 'ghosts in the landscape'
ANN O'REGAN recently went on the Kilkenny Ghost tour - discover if she was scared!
Watch JON KANEKO-JAMES from Boo Tours tell the bloodcurdling tale of Amelia Dyer: the infamous Reading Baby Farmer
A priest saved a widow from a ghostly conman in this Scooby Doo-like tale from 1800s Ireland
BARRY McCANN looks back on the grandaddy of all vampire films, the magnificent Nosferatu
ANDREW GARVEY looks at nine very different interpretations of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
PETER FULLER gives us the heads up on The Thing with Two Heads (1972) with Ray Milland
Believable plot in recognisable locations creates edgy realistic modern British horror story
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON reviews Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)
City of London's square mile has more than its fair share of haunted churches
ANN O'REGAN takes a look at 20 of Dublin's sinister stories and locations.
Guest writer CHRIS RUSH takes a look at five of the most haunted places in County Wicklow, Ireland
Guest writer K.B. GODDARD ponders the legends of portents of death around the Spooky Isles
JON KANEKO-JAMES talks to John Fraser about his report into Essex's St Osyth Witches Cage
Find out why ANDREW GARVEY reckons The Hallow (2015) is the best horror film he's seen in years...
UK zombie flicks that bleed red, white and goo according to RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES!
Mad scientist tries to bring Nazis back from the dead in 60s England. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES investigates.
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARD reveals some interesting facts about Neil Marshall's 2005 horror, The Descent
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES bids farewell to a popular and prolific British performer John Carson (1927-2016)