RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews The Deadly Bees 1966
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES spoke to Andy Collier and Tor Mian, directors of new British film Sacrifice 2020.
British folk-horror gets a change of scenery and some Lovecraftian overtones. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES investigates Sacrifice 2020 Sacrifice 2020 Released: March 15th 2021 (UK)Cast: Ludovic Hughes, Sophie...
LORCAN MAGUIRE takes a look at the Day of the Triffids 1981 release on Blu-ray, which he calls a faithful adaption of the John Wyndham classic
Jack the Ripper 1959 is a fanciful, naïve trip to the Victorian streets of Whitechapel, says TERRY SHERWOOD
Zoltan Hound of Dracula 1977: There's much fun to be found in this shaggy vampire dog story, says guest writer RICHARD MARKWORTH
Blithe Spirit 1945 was a box office failure when it was first released, but the quintessentially English ghost story is now considered a classic. CHRISTINE MILLER reviews.
A Christmas Carol 1971 is fine animated adaptation of Charles Dickens' immortal tale, says RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES
A Christmas Carol 1938 is an uplifting if not very spooky version of the Dickens Yuletide classic, says guest writer HARRI TYSOE
Son of Dracula 1943 is an highly-enjoyable original spin on a familiar genre, says guest writer RICHARD MARKWORTH
Blacula 1972 is a rich vein to be opened and enjoyed, says TERRY SHERWOOD
Dave Prowse, the only actor to have played two Frankenstein Monsters in Hammer films, has died aged 85. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES pays tribute to the man who played Darth Vader...
TERRY SHERWOOD looks at the UK Dan Curtis TV movie production of Bram Stoker’s Dracula 1974. TITLE: Bram Stoker's Dracula, aka Dan Curtis' DraculaRELEASED: 1974DIRECTOR:...
The Circus Of Horrors 1960 Blu-Ray release is one RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES has been waiting for...
Una O’Connor’s shrieking is familiar to anyone interested in Universal Horror. TERRY SHERWOOD looks at the Belfast-born actress behind the screams
A very British 80’s alternative in dream-themed horror: RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks back on 1988’s Dream Demon.
TERRY SHERWOOD delves into the career of Croydon-born Horror Star Lionel Atwill and picks his seven favourite portrayals of mad scientists!
Amicus Productions was a stable of 1960s British Horror. TERRY SHERWOOD goes back to his childhood to rank the studio's best horror anthologies
The Woman In Black 1989 Blu-Ray version is finally here with a very welcome restoration. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES revisits a true classic ghost story.
TERRY SHERWOOD picks his favourite terrifying moments from horror star Peter Cushing’s film career, in this week’s Sherwood After Dark
Donald Pleasence is one of England's most well-known yet underappreciated horror legends, says TERRY SHERWOOD in this edition of Sherwood After Dark
TERRY SHERWOOD surveys the horror career of Manchester-born Universal Horror player George Zucco, in his latest Sherwood After Dark
TERRY SHERWOOD takes a look at Norman J Warren's Inseminoid (1981)
Norman J Warren pioneered the slasher in the UK. TERRY SHERWOOD looks at his brief but influential horror film output