ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Devil's Doorway (2018), a found footage horror film from Ireland
JAY HOLLIS reviews Fearless Vampire Killers (1967), Roman Polanski's parody of British horror
Genuine British classic, the stuff that nightmares of really made from!
MARK FRYERS reviews The Others, the perfect gothic shocker to watch by candlelight...
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at Hitchcock's horror-thriller Frenzy 1972
ANN MASSEY O’REGAN tells us why Shaun of the Dead is the strawberry flavoured Cornetto of Wright and Pegg’s comedy horror trilogy
MARK FRYERS looks back on The Ghoul - Boris Karloff's first British film...
SIMON BALL reviews this dark bubonic tale about the tensions and hysteria caused by mass death
MICHAEL S. COLLINS says the original Alien (1979) has never been bettered...
Guest writer KEVIN NICKELSON explains how Abbott and Costello Meets Frankenstein made film history
Non-musical Sweeney Todd barber flick is a throat-slashing classic
CHRIS NEWTON reviews the newly-released British horror anthology, Ghost Stories (2018) based on the theatrical hit of the same name...
In this exclusive extract from Charles E. Butler's new book, Vampires: The Final Hunt, he discusses cinema's generally unsuccessful attempts to film Dracula
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews José Ramón Larraz's forgotten classic, Symptoms (1974)
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON takes a tour through the Harry Potter Studios in Watford, North London
ANN O'REGAN calls The Tell-Tale Heart 1960 "a very loose interpretation" of the Edgar Allan Poe classic
Boris Karloff is one of the greatest horror stars of all time - here are 18 interesting tit-bits you may not know about the original Gentleman of Horror!
The Haunting 1963 is an atmospheric, clever, character driven piece of work, says JON KANEKO-JAMES
MATT PACKER reports on The Cabal Cut, which he says restores folkloric depth to Clive Barker’s Nightbreed
SIMON BALL reviews historic zombie horror Fallen Soldiers (2015)
NIA JONES calls Circus of Horror a textbook example of how to create classic horror
ANDREW GARVEY takes a look at Scottish werewolf film, Wild Country
Borley Rectory haunting experts PAUL ADAMS and EDDIE BRAZIL cast their eyes over Borley Rectory, a new animated documentary
STEPHEN MOSLEY waited 20 years to see Nothing But The Night - was it worth it?
SIMON BALL reviews Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971)
Today in our Karnstein Sexy Vampire series, STEPHEN MOSLEY looks at The Vampire Lovers (1970)
STEPHEN MOSLEY reviews the second in the Hammer Karnstein Vampire Trilogy - Lust for a Vampire!
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