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 TV version finally comes to Blu-Ray 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
TERRY SHERWOOD reviews One Man Crazy: The Life and Death of Colin Clive by Grey W. Mank
Death Line (1972) starring Donald Pleasence and Christopher is a fan favourite. Here's 10 things you didn't know from SIMON BALL.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews the new release of the Ray Milland classic X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963)
REN ZELEN reveals why Night of the Demon, aka Curse of the Demon, directed by Jacques Tourner, has made such an impression on her.
TERRY SHERWOOD takes a look at Hammer Horror: The Warner Bros Years (2018), which documents the final years of the great British horror studio, in this edition of Sherwood After Dark.
TERRY SHERWOOD looks at the life and film career of top English screen villain Tod Slaughter
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews the new blu-ray release of Magic (1978) with Anthony Hopkins
Dracula (1979) is a stylish but different take on the Bram Stoker vampire classic, TERRY SHERWOOD writes
From Beyond the Grave (1974) is one of Amicus' finest horror anthologys, says SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS
TERRY SHERWOOD takes a look at Dr Crippen (1962), starring Donald Pleasence as the despicable wife murderer...
Classic British children’s ghost story The Amazing Mr. Blunden (1972) gets a long-overdue upgrade to Blu-ray, courtesy of Second Sight Films. RICHARD...
Filmmaker Dan Brownlie has looked at the British scare attraction scene - the art of haunted houses - his his new documentary UK Haunters. He talks to DAVID SAUNDERSON.
Extra Ordinary 2019 reviewed by ANDREW GARVEY
The Monkey's Paw has been filmed many times, but none are bad as this, says DAVID SAUNDERSON
The Limehouse Golem 2016 reviewed by ANDREW GARVEY
Land of the Minotaur 1976 - once called 'Peter Cushing's worst film' is reviewed by DAVID SAUNDERSON