Television

Check out our reviews and profiles of British and Irish television, including classic horror, fantasy and paranormal programmes…

Doctor Who Gothic Connections

Doctor Who British Gothic Horror Connections

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SIMON BALL goes back in time to search out horror films with Doctor Who!

Apparitions BBC TV REVIEW

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SIMON BALL looks at Apparitions, a spooky yet short-lived supernatural drama with Martin Shaw

Schalcken the Painter 1979 BBC TV REVIEW

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SIMON BALL looks at the classic 1970s BBC television production of Schalcken the Painter
The cast from Strange, a spooky series from the BBC.

Strange TV REVIEW

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SIMON BALL looks at Strange, a spooky BBC series from the early noughties
A Game of Chance and Grain Drain

Farmhouse of Horror: Terrifying 70s kids to play safe

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RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES takes us down to the farm for a little movie show... Public Information Films of Horror!

The Spirit Of Dark And Lonely Water

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RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at a not-so-obvious icon of Brit-horror, the 1970s Public Information Film

Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace TV REVIEW

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Garth Marenghi's Darkplace was so radical, so risky, so dangerous, so god-damn crazy, STEPHEN JACOBS could only review it now...

The Goodies go Gothic! Cecily episode REVIEW

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The Goodies are hired to look after a "lonely" little girl. But is she lonely because she kills all her staff?

Watch With Mother: How The Pogles Traumatised Generation

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SIMON BALL talks to Peter Firman, the co-creator of the magical (but slightly scary) 1960s BBC children's series, The Pogles
Penny Dreadful

Penny Dreadful, Episode One, TV REVIEW

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JON KANEKO-JAMES sits down to review the first episode of Showtime's new TV series Penny Dreadful
VHS Horror

Friday Night Frights, Horror on 1980s TV

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New horror film column, The Brit Crypt, with RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES stars today

Hooray! Ripper Street has been saved!

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Following our 40,000+ petition and community support, Ripper Street has been saved and is set to return to our screens!

Dracula TV Series 2012 REVIEW

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ANDREW GARVEY has watched the first series of Dracula starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers and this is what he thought...

Govan Ghost Story 1989 TV REVIEW

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Govan Ghost Story 1989: MJ STEEL COLLINS looks back on a haunting tale from Glasgow's high-rises in the 1980s

Gerald Gardner: A Very British Witchcraft REVIEW

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KATIE DOHERTY reviews A Very British Witchcraft TV documentary
David McCallum in The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man 1975 TV Series REVIEW

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JON KANEKO-JAMES looks back on the The Invisible Man 1975 TV series, based on HG Wells' classic

Hammer House of Horror: The Mark of Satan (Episode 13)

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ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Mark of Satan , the 13th episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series

Hammer House of Horror: The Two Faces of Evil (Episode 12)

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ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Two Faces of Evil , the 12th episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series

Hammer House of Horror: Visitor from the Grave (Episode 11)

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ANDREW GARVEY reviews Visitor from the Grave , the 11th episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series

Hammer House of Horror: Guardian of the Abyss (Episode 10)

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ANDREW GARVEY reviews Guardian of the Abyss , the 10th episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series

Hammer House of Horror: Carpathian Eagle (Episode 9)

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ANDREW GARVEY reviews Carpathian Eagle, the ninth episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series

Hammer House of Horror: Children of the Full Moon (Episode 8)

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ANDREW GARVEY reviews Children of the Full Moon, the eighth episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series

Hammer House of Horror: The Silent Scream (Episode 7)

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ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Silent Scream, the seventh episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series - the one with Peter Cushing!

Hammer House of Horror: Charlie Boy (Episode 6)

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ANDREW GARVEY reviews Charlie Boy, the sixth episode in Hammer House of Horror Television Series

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Bodmin Gaol Most Haunted REVIEW

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CHRISTINE MILLER reviews a particularly infamous Most Haunted episode when the team took, what would become, a rather eventful visit to Bodmin Gaol
Scene from Jack the Ripper 1959

Jack the Ripper 1959 REVIEW