SIMON BALL reviews Devil's Playground (2010)
Here's the first look at the film adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's bestselling horror parody novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON reviews Undead Underneath, a zombie thriller by Jack Swift
SIMON BALL reviews historic zombie horror Fallen Soldiers (2015)
Spooky Isles talk s to Howard Jackson about his new horror anthology, Nightmares Ahead
ANDREW GARVEY reviews the James Herbert Award-nominated The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R. Carey
ANN O'REGAN looks at why the Irish were terrified of the dead rising again
ANN L HOUGUE-BOUCHER discusses how speed is the difference between creepy and terrifying zombies
Spooky Isles' newest horror anthology Zombie Bites is out now!
Zombies from History ponders what would happen if historic figures rose from the grave, MJ STEEL COLLINS writes
JON KANEKO-JAMES uncovers the grotesque monsters of Walter Map's medieval Britain
Spooky Isles is proud to announce that it will follow up "Dracula's Midnight Snacks" with a new anthology of zombie stories from Red Rattle Books
ANDREW GARVEY gives a rundown of the spooky goings on at Conway Hall's Halloween Special
ANDREW GARVEY reviews the 2009 Zombie-splatfest Doghouse
Channel 4 has acquired the exclusive first run UK broadcast rights to Canal+’s Zombie drama series Les Revenants.
Zombies in Cornwall with Hazel Court - you can never have too much of that - great stuff!
DARREN CHADWICK-HUSSEIN reviews hilarious schlocky horror London undead fest, Cockneys vs Zombies (2012)
ADAM SCOVELL reviews the John Gilling Hammer Horror classic The Plague of Zombies
The Knights of St Lazarus were an ancient order of fighting lepers, who had the reputation as being "the undead". JON KANEKO-JAMES reports.
ANDREW GARVEY speaks to David Keith, director of new Scottish horror flick, Attack of the Herbals
Colin (2008) - the film made for £45 - reviewed by PHIL SNELSON
The sequel to Danny Boyle's once again ponders the consequences of real life zombie horror - brilliant heart-pounding fun!
Believable plot in recognisable locations creates edgy realistic modern British horror story
First Zom-Rom-Com take a cricket bat to the head & knock sense into the faltering zombie genre – now everyone is getting laughs off the undead.