SARAH PARKIN reviews Frankenstein Galvanized, a new edition and essays on the Mary Shelley classic
Full links to SARAH PARKIN five-part series on Mary Shelley and The Birth of Frankenstein
SARAH PARKIN concludes her Mary Shelley and the Birth of Frankenstein series by describing the novel's legacy
In Part 4 of Mary Shelley and the Birth of Frankenstein, SARAH PARKIN looks at the mixed reaction the gothic novel received when it was released in 1818
In Part 3 of our series, SARAH PARKIN focuses on events surrounding the famous visit to Lake Geneva, where Mary Shelley conceived the gothic classic Frankenstein
Today in Part 2 of our series, writer SARAH PARKIN looks at the teenaged Mary Godwin's budding relationship with Percy Shelley and the surrounding scandal that led to the birth of Frankenstein
SARAH PARKIN begins her five-part weekly series on Mary Shelley and The Birth of Frankenstein, examining how the author's parents had a strong influence on the making of the gothic masterpiece
NIA JONES tells us of the spooky history of Plas Teg estate in North Wales
NIA JONES tells the terrifying tale of the Cornish Owlman!
Guest writer MATT WINGETT tells how he used hypnosis and visions of long-dead WW2 servicemen to inspire his latest ghost novel.
TRACY MONGER reports on a Norwich Paranormal Experience Group investigation at a private Home in Pockthorpe, Norwich.
Birkenhead's Bidston Hill has had everything from ghosts, satanists and UFOs haunt its beautiful surrounds, says guest writer LAUREN JONES
ANDREW GARVEY reviews the 2009 Zombie-splatfest Doghouse
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, getting his hair […]
The Evil of Frankenstein is probably the least honest of any Hammer Frankenstein film, DAVID SAUNDERSON writes
MATT PACKER reports on The Cabal Cut, which he says restores folkloric depth to Clive Barker’s Nightbreed
ANDREW GARVEY reviews 2015 Irish-Dutch horror, Cherry Tree
Today we talk to Mary Denny about her thoughts and experiences as a paranormal investigator with County Antrim Paranormal Research Association
Spooky Isles editors and writers reveal their own real-life ghost sighting experiences...
BARRY McCann asks whether Peg O'Neil - a spirit that lurks in Lancashire - is responsible for dreadful disasters there
Ann O'Regan lists some of the most spooky things about the Haunted Cork in Ireland
PHILIP DAVIES explains why ghost walks are for everyone not just tourists
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS takes a fun look at some strange facts from the classic The Wicker Man
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks back at the genre career of one of Britain's most beloved actors, John Hurt, who has died aged 77
In an exclusive extract from Horror Pickers, HOWARD JACKSON reviews the 1973 thriller classic Don't Look Now, starring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie
DAVID SAUNDERSON reviews Horror Pickers, a collection of film reviews by Howard Jackson
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS serves up 10 Shaun of the Dead fun facts you may not know about the zom-rom-com