RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES continues his trawl through Brian Clemens' classic 70's anthology series with Murder in Mind
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at The Colour of Blood, an outstanding entry from the first series of Thriller
DAVID SAUNDERSON takes a look at Shadows: The Eye, a strange tale of a girl, a vase and dead people on posters...
DAVID SAUNDERSON counts down to Christmas by tonight looking at Against the Crowd: Murrain, a TV movie from Nigel Kneale
MICHAEL S. COLLINS bids farewell to 1960s Sherlock Holmes TV star Douglas Wilmer, who died recently aged 96
JON REES asks whether we should all reconsider who is the best Sherlock Holmes
NIA JONES takes at a look at the enduring screen legacy of the female Sherlock Holmes simply referred to as “ the woman”
ANN O'REGAN takes a look at Sherlock States-side in the TV series, Elementary
Arthur Conan Doyle expert MATT WINGETT casts his eye over ITV's new series, Houdini and Doyle
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES commemorates a great horror season from his youth - 30 years ago this week!
Author MATT WINGETT describes TV's Sherlock as 'Moffat and Gatiss's slow descent into nerddom'.
ANDREW GARVEY speaks to Enzo Cilenti about playing Childermass in Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell and his upcoming role in Jekyll and Hyde
ANDREW GARVEY looks at the final episode of Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell titled Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell
ANDREW GARVEY looks at the sixth episode of Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell titled The Black Tower
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at Thriller: Lady Killer (1973) TV epsiode
Children of the Stones was called the scariest TV programme every made for children, says CHRIS NEWTON
New horror film column, The Brit Crypt, with RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES stars today
Guest writer DR MARK FRYERS takes us to times of Christmas past with these little-known yuletide spookfests!
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
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES on a hidden folk-horror gem from the BBC vaults, Robin Redbreast.
CHRIS NEWTON looks back on 1970s classic horror television from Nigel Kneale with Beasts: Baby episode
SIMON BALL goes back in time to search out horror films with Doctor Who!
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES introduces us to Brian Clemens' classic, spine tingling 1970's anthology series with his Thriller Episode Guide
SIMON BALL talks to Peter Firman, the co-creator of the magical (but slightly scary) 1960s BBC children's series, The Pogles
STEPHEN JACOBS celebrate this week's 50th anniversary of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, narrated by Boris Karloff
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at the classic telling of the MR James ghost story, Lost Hearts
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