Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is the original title of a novella written by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson that was first published in 1886.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at five Jekyll-inspired shorts from animation's golden age
BARRY McCann takes a walk through Haunted Hampstead in London and discovers a load of ghostly and mysterious places to visit
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES has been away. He explains why, and reflects on the medical profession’s place in British horror.
ANDREW GARVEY speaks to Enzo Cilenti about playing Childermass in Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell and his upcoming role in Jekyll and Hyde
MICHAEL S. COLLINS tells us why predestination is such a popular concept in horror
SIMON BALL reviews I, Monster (1970) starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing
DARREN J. POWELL looks back on Van Helsing (2004) as one of his favourite vampire films
British Gothic Horror gets funky. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES gets in the groove...
SIMON BALL talks to writer Geri Gallas about her exploration of Robert Louis Stevenson's inner demons in Death is No Bad Friend
STEPHEN JACOBS ponders Stan Laurel's horror comedy, Dr Pyckle and Mr Pride (1925)
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