Nigel Kneale (1922-2006) was a English-born screenwriter, who created many classic film and television thrillers with science-fiction and horror elements. Some of his most famous productions, including the Quatermass films and The Stone Tape (1972).
Tag: Nigel Kneale
The Woman In Black 1989 Blu-Ray version is finally here with a very welcome restoration. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES revisits a true classic ghost story.
Beasts is a horror anthology series from the mind of Nigel Kneale, the man behind Quatermass. CHRIS NEWTON gives us a run down of the six classic episodes...
Buddyboy is a low-point in Nigel Kneale's otherwise classic 1970s horror anthology Beasts, says CHRIS NEWTON
The Dummy is the last in Nigel Kneale's classic 1970s Beasts anthology miniseries. CHRIS NEWTON takes a look...
The legacy of The Stone Tape, a classic 1970s BBC supernatural thriller by Nigel Kneale, continues to be felt, says MATTHEW E BANKS
BARRY McCANN traces how the saga of The Woman in Black has evolved from book to big screen
CHRIS NEWTON takes a look at During Barty's Party, part of Nigel Kneale's memorable 1970s TV horror anthology Beasts
CHRIS NEWTON continues his series on Nigel Kneale's classic horror, Beasts with What Big Eyes...
CHRIS NEWTON looks back on 1970s classic horror television from Nigel Kneale with Beasts: Baby episode
CHRIS NEWTON looks at 1970s paranormal TV show - Beasts: Special Offer (1976)
Against the Crowd: Murrain 1975, a TV film from Nigel Kneale, is reviewed by DAVID SAUNDERSON
The Witches 1966 is an underrated Hammer Horror, just as strong as the British folk horrors that followed it, says ADAM SCOVELL
ADAM SCOVELL reviews Roy Ward Baker's Quatermass and the Pit (1967)
ADAM SCOVELL reviews the British science-fiction classic Quatermass 2, as part of our Quatermass series
The Quatermass Xperiment 1955 represents a golden age in horror sci-fi films, says ADAM SCOVELL
Nigel Kneale's Quatermass had a massive impact on British science fiction and ultimately Hammer Horror, ADAM SCOVELL says