The Nightmare Man is an early 1980s alien/horror BBC television serial. SIMON BALL takes a look.
Arthur Conan Doyle expert MATT WINGETT casts his eye over ITV's new series, Houdini and Doyle
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviewsThriller episode, Night Is The Time For Killing.
Garth Marenghi's Darkplace was so radical, so risky, so dangerous, so god-damn crazy, STEPHEN JACOBS could only review it now...
A ruthless man is seeking the perfect killer to get rid of his wife. "Classic Clemens", says RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES on the Thriller episode, The...
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES takes us down to the farm for a little movie show... Public Information Films of Horror!
ANDREW GARVEY reviews The House that Bled to Death, the fifth episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series
MARK FRYERS highlights a little-known Christmas ITV spooky classic Christmas Spirits 1981
SIMON BALL looks at Apparitions, a spooky yet short-lived supernatural drama with Martin Shaw
CHRIS NEWTON looks back on 1970s classic horror television from Nigel Kneale with Beasts: Baby episode
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES remembers the long career of Catweazle star Geoffrey Bayldon
Guest writer ANNA HORIGAN is a huge fan of The League of Gentlemen. In this article, she looks back at the gruesome horror comedy television show
CHRISTINE MILLER takes a look back at Great British Ghosts, starting with episode one, The Mermaid Inn and Michelham Priory
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at The Colour of Blood, an outstanding entry from the first series of Thriller
ANN MASSEY tells us why Christopher Lee's Fireside Tales was just one way the actor had such an impact on her love of all things spooky
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
Ghostwatch terrified 10-year-old MJ STEEL COLLINS back in 1992. She now looks back on the groundbreaking paranormal TV special.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES encounters a creepy house with strange inhabitants, in Brian Clemens’ Thriller: Someone at the Top of the Stairs
BARRY McCANN discusses the early television production of an MR James ghost story, The Lost Will of Dr Rant (NBC, 1951)
ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Silent Scream, the seventh episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series - the one with Peter Cushing!
The Dummy is the last in Nigel Kneale's classic 1970s Beasts anthology miniseries. CHRIS NEWTON takes a look...
STEPHEN JACOBS celebrate this week's 50th anniversary of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, narrated by Boris Karloff
The Changes is a spooky children's sci-fi TV classic from 1975. SIMON BALL looks back on the series.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES investigates a string of murders related to a library and its clients, in Thriller episode File It Under Fear