Guest writer KATRINA SAUNDERSON reviews From Hell and the classic horror comics take on the grisly tale of Jack the Ripper
Guest writer MATT WINGETT investigates the spiritual side of the inventor of the world's greatest consulting detective
THERE are a couple of British-made ghosty movies from my childhood that I want to remember. Can you help?
Interview with Stephen Jacobs, author of Boris Karloff: More than a Monster - a biography of horror star Boris Karloff
Historical horror impresses with memorable cast and atmospheric and restrained re-telling of the infamous Burke and Hare story
James Whale brings HG Wells novel to the silver screen, making movie SPX history and a seminal classic equal to his iconic Frankenstein
We talk to a London psychic medium about the dangers of Ouija boards, Dick Turpin and how clearing ghosts can be hazardous to your heath!
Atmospheric with lots of symbolism, The Company of Wolves is thinking person’s horror with cool lycanthrope transformation “from within” scene
Horror comedy mixed to perfection as Landis reinvents werewolf movies and Rick Baker creates monster-making history.
Believable plot in recognisable locations creates edgy realistic modern British horror story
Merging behind the scenes terror with a bona fide horror film classic – three words – absolutely bloody marvellous!
ARE the ghosts of your ancestors spookier than those of strangers? I visit Girvan Old Street Burial Ground to find out!
The Spooky Isles is the leading horror and paranormal website that invites all to enjoy the many historic horrors and ghostly goings-on that the UK and Ireland has to offer…