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Jack Palance as Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde? TERRY SHERWOOD explores Dan Curtis’ The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1968)
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at five Jekyll Hyde cartoons from animation's golden age
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 1913, one of the first film versions of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic, is worth watching for its star's performance, says DAVID SAUNDERSON
The Head of Janus may be the greatest lost horror film you've never heard of!
ANDREW GARVEY looks at nine very different interpretations of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
The Who's Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde dealt with drummer's Keith Moon's increasing drinking problem
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 1941, starring Spencer Tracy in the starring role, is reviewed by ADAM SCOVELL
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 1908, the first version of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic, is unfortunately lost.
Jekyll and Hyde The Musical, The Hoff and The Broadway Stage - a mixture so crazy it just might work!
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 1931 was the first sound version of the Robert Louis Stevenson horror classic, reviewed by ADAM SCOVELL
Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde 1971 by reviewed ANDREW GARVEY
ANDREW GARVEY remembers the first actor to portray Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, the great Richard Mansfield!
HOWARD JACKSON says horror writers of the 19th century wrote characters, like Robert Louis Stevenson, conflicted by an uncertain future
Watch the earliest surviving movie version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 1912 film
John Barrymore has overwhelming power in the silent classic, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 1920, says STEPHEN MOSLEY
The Two Faces of Dr Jekyll 1960 continues to be a strong, intriguing film to watch, says ANDREW GARVEY
Lady Sybil successfully manages to blur the line between the supernatural and the psychological, writes RICHARD MARKWORTH
London has long held connections with lycanthropes, writes DAVID TURNBULL, as he chronicles the Werewolves of London.
Here are 10 interesting facts about the life of Robert Louis Stevenson.
She 1965 is a fun, pulp adventure with plenty of Hammer Horror stars to light up your Saturday afternoon, says TERRY SHERWOOD
Corridors of Blood 1958 with Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee is a solid yet slightly clichéd historical horror film, says TERRY SHERWOOD
In our special 1-hour Hallows Eve special, the Spooky Isles team choose some of their favourite Halloween tracks for your listening pleasure, and chat about their selections.
With a new James Bond "No Time To Die" finally released, it's time to consider the amount of cross over from the worlds of Hammer Horror to 007...
TERRY SHERWOOD takes a look back at animated horror classic Mad Monster Party? 1967, starring Boris Karloff in his last brush with his most famous role