SIMON BALL takes a look at The Nightmare Man, an early 1980s alien/horror television serial from the BBC
SIMON BALL looks back on spooky sci-fi classic, The Changes from 1975
Ripperologist JON REES continues his commemoration of the 125th anniversary of the Whitechapel murders with a look at futuristic adaptations of Jack the Ripper!
SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS describes Doomwatch as "not really a horror film"
HAUNTED train stations in South London are all too common, says EDDIE BRAZIL
JAMES CLARK, the author of Haunted Lambeth, takes a look at three ghostly tales from the London Borough
Today's Twitter Talk Spooky Fan is Luton-based paranormal author PAUL ADAMS
WARREN COATES tells the hauntingly romantic tale of Smithfield Market's ghost in Belfast
We look at the spirital side of the author of Sherlock Holmes and how he came to believe in the 'other side'
ADAM SCOVELL reviews the Hammer occult classic The Devil Rides Out
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES describes watching his first Hammer Horror, The Satanic Rites of Dracula!
ANDREW GARVEY reviews the 2009 Zombie-splatfest Doghouse
DARREN CHADWICK-HUSSEIN reviews hilarious schlocky horror London undead fest, Cockneys vs Zombies (2012)
CARL SYKES calls Captain Clegg (1962) a taut and gripping story
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)