THERE are a couple of British-made ghosty movies from my childhood that I want to remember. Can you help?
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
ADAM SCOVELL reviews BBC Ghost Stories: Whistle and I'll Come to You released this week by the BFI
BARRY McCANN discusses the early television production of an MR James ghost story, The Lost Will of Dr Rant (NBC, 1951)
The Haunted Airman is the 2006 BBC adaptation of Dennis Wheatley's 1948 thriller The Haunting of Toby Jugg. SIMON BALL takes a look.
Author MATT WINGETT describes TV's Sherlock as 'Moffat and Gatiss's slow descent into nerddom'.
DONNA CUTTRESS looks back on The Owl Service, the award-winning British ghost novel made into a supernatural 1970s TV series...
ANN MASSEY says hello to Podge and Rodge O'Leprocy, stars of Ireland's A Scare at Bedtime
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES celebrates Creepy Kids Week with five examples aimed at younger viewers
SIMON BALL looks at Strange, a spooky BBC series from the early noughties
DAVID SAUNDERSON takes a look at Shadows: The Eye, a strange tale of a girl, a vase and dead people on posters...
Following our 40,000+ petition and community support, Ripper Street has been saved and is set to return to our screens!
ANN MASSEY takes a look at Sherlock States-side in the TV series, Elementary
MICHAEL S. COLLINS bids farewell to 1960s Sherlock Holmes TV star Douglas Wilmer, who died recently aged 96
The Nightmare Man is an early 1980s alien/horror BBC television serial. SIMON BALL takes a look.
Charles Dickens could never have imagined how many adaptations A Christmas Carol would have spawned!
Arthur Conan Doyle expert MATT WINGETT casts his eye over ITV's new series, Houdini and Doyle
JON KANEKO-JAMES sits down to review the first episode of Showtime's new TV series Penny Dreadful
Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell screened on the BBC in 2012 - ANDREW GARVEY reviews each of the episodes.