Happy Birthday Pinhead - Clive Barker's Hellraiser was released today in 1987. The Spooky Isles will celebrate that horrific milestone with a special day of articles by ANDREW GARVEY.
STEPHEN JACOBS casts a critical eye on The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)
TERRY SHERWOOD surveys the horror career of Manchester-born Universal Horror player George Zucco, in his latest Sherwood After Dark
The Others 2001 is the perfect gothic shocker to watch by candlelight, says MARK FRYERS
ADAM SCOVELL reviews The Mummy (1959)
Son of Dracula 1943 is an highly-enjoyable original spin on a familiar genre, says guest writer RICHARD MARKWORTH
The Girl 2012 is a dark look back at Alfred Hitchcock's alleged obsession with his leading lady in The Birds, Tippi Hedren
I am not demanding realism from my horror films but why can't they just punch each other in the face instead of choking each other?
The Haunted Curiosity Shop (1901) is one of the first ever British made horror films.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES describes watching his first Hammer Horror, The Satanic Rites of Dracula!
Guest writer STEWART KING told us he had Shock Theatre bubblegum cards from the 1970s. We said give us a look and tell us more.
The Shining 1980 didn't live up to the hype according to reviewer ANN MASSEY
This is a great anthology film by celebrated Italian director Mario Bava with Karloff in his only vampiric role
DOM COOPER tell us about Wil Malone's eerie main theme from the British 1972 Donald Pleasence horror classic Death Line
Daughter of the Dragon 1931 - starring Anna May Wong - was one of the best Fu Manchus, says DAVID SAUNDERSON
Boris Karloff eats up the screen in The Mask of Fu Manchu 1932, says DAVID SAUNDERSON
The Wicker Tree 2011, the sequel to 1973's The Wicker Man, is reviewed by ANDREW GARVEY
Night of the Eagle 1962 is one of the best British horrors about witchcraft ever made, says SIMON BALL
STEPHEN JACOBS remembers his childhood well-spent watching Peter Cushing horror on the BBC!
Today is Charles Laughton's birthday! DAVID SAUNDERSON picks three of his favourite Charles Laughton horror films
Darby O'Gill and the Little People is my favourite Irish spooky film, says DAVID SAUNDERSON
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS tells us about The Retreat, a new supernatural scare-fest currently in pre-production
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARD stitches together some amazing facts about Hammer's Curse of Frankenstein starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee...
Donald Pleasence is one of England's most well-known yet underappreciated horror legends, says TERRY SHERWOOD in this edition of Sherwood After Dark