There is an inordinate amount of spookiness at Christmastime - Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol is just the tip of the iceberg.
Blood flows thick and bright red against grey Victorian London in this grisly, Burton-directed Sondheim horror musical.
A FEW months back when the sun was still shining in London I visited Kensal Green Cemetery in west London.
Unlike Colin Clive’s sappy scientist in Frankenstein (1931), Peter Cushing revels in lust, cruelty and murder in The Curse of Frankenstein 1957
EXITING the cellar of the Ye Old Salutation Inn was the most chilling part of the Nottingham Ghost Tour.
Mother Riley Meets the Vampire would be long forgotten had it not been for Bela Lugosi's appearance in this lacklustre British comedy.
The Grenadier pub London is one of the world's most haunted places. Discover the haunting tale of its ghostly gambler
Charles Dickens could never have imagined how many adaptations A Christmas Carol would have spawned!
The memories of watching Dracula 1958 aka Horror of Dracula 1958 are still with me!
TURN the Tides Gently, from writer Matt Wingett, explores subjects like psychiatric health, time travel and mermaids.
TODAY is the 55th anniversary of the death of Helen Duncan (1897-1956), the last person to be imprisoned under the British Witchcraft Act 1735.
Was Sawney Bean, the Scottish cannibal real or just folklore?
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