British and Irish authors have created the world's greatest vampire literature but funnily enough, we have few homegrown bloodsucking legends of our own. Guest writer VIOLET FENN asks why.
Today's St Patrick’s Day and to celebrate Ireland’s National Day I shall discuss my favourite spooky Irish film - Darby O'Gill and the Little People.
Roman Polanski's first English language film is a classic of the psychological drama genre.
The Northern Ireland Paranormal Research Association (NIPRA) has been working for over 20 years to explain the unexplainable. Its founder WARREN COATES discusses ghost hunting Northern Irish-style.
Interesting parallel to original story, certainly not the greatest retelling of the Stevenson classic
Manchester's SHIRLEY JOHNSON reveals her childhood ghost experience - the night a "cherub" appeared at her window!
Did you know the first ever Frankenstein film, starring Charles Ogle, was made by the Edison Company in 1910?
Guest writer VIOLET FENN explores the history of the British and their fascination with death
In this Spooky Isles exclusive, author M.B. FORDE writes about the evil MacKenzie poltergeist that lurks within an infamous Edinburgh mausoleum
Literally Ripper TV mini-series with fine performance by Michael Caine as troubled Inspector Abberline
DANIEL Radcliffe’s first film after the Harry Potter series was always going to get a lot of attention.
Guest writer VIOLET FENN explains why she is fascinated by the Victorian practice of post mortem photography
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