RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES encounters a creepy house with strange inhabitants, in Brian Clemens’ Thriller: Someone at the Top of the Stairs
KATIE DOHERTY reviews A Very British Witchcraft TV documentary
The Changes is a spooky children's sci-fi TV classic from 1975. SIMON BALL looks back on the series.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews the Thriller episode, The Eyes Have It
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES concludes series 1 of Brian Clemens' Thriller with a touch of witchcraft in early 1970s London, Spell of Evil
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at The Colour of Blood, an outstanding entry from the first series of Thriller
The Haunted Airman is the 2006 BBC adaptation of Dennis Wheatley's 1948 thriller The Haunting of Toby Jugg. SIMON BALL takes a look.
Govan Ghost Story 1989: MJ STEEL COLLINS looks back on a haunting tale from Glasgow's high-rises in the 1980s
Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) - the Vic Reeve and Bob Mortimer remake of the classic 1960s detective ghost comedy - is one of the most underrated TV series of the 2000s, says KATE CHERRELL
CHRISTINE MILLER takes a look at the fourth episode of Great British Ghosts centred on the Galleries of Justice, Nottingham, and the Viaduct Tavern, London
SIMON BALL looks at Strange, a spooky BBC series from the early noughties
ANDREW GARVEY speaks to Enzo Cilenti about playing Childermass in Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell and his upcoming role in Jekyll and Hyde
TERRY SHERWOOD looks back at the 1977 BBC television production of Dracula starring Louis Jourdan as the king of vampires
ANDREW GARVEY reviews Children of the Full Moon, the eighth episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series
CHARLES BUTLER looks back on the Dracula episode from the 1960s Mystery and Imagination UK TV series
CHRIS NEWTON recalls the horrific but hilarious The League of Gentlemen Christmas special 2000
Against the Crowd: Murrain 1975, a TV film from Nigel Kneale, is reviewed by DAVID SAUNDERSON
ANDREW GARVEY reviews Rude Awakening, the third episode in Hammer House of Horror Television Series
Lost Hearts 1973 is the classic re-telling of the MR James Ghost Story for Christmas, says MJ STEEL COLLINS
CHRIS NEWTON reviews Inside Number 9's innovative live 2018 Halloween Special...
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES continues his trawl through Brian Clemens' classic 70's Thriller series with Murder in Mind
Children of the Stones was called the scariest TV programme every made for children, says CHRIS NEWTON
ANN MASSEY looks at the episodes and characters of TV comedy paranormal horror, Truth Seekers
ANDREW GARVEY has watched the first series of Dracula starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers and this is what he thought...