Tag: M.R. James
REN ZELEN reveals why Night of the Demon, aka Curse of the Demon, directed by Jacques Tourner, has made such an impression on her.
Spooky Isles spoke to Robert Lloyd Parry about how he's brought his intimate M.R. James stage performances online during the coronavirus lockdown.
Here are the locations you can visit that inspired English horror writer M.R. James, thanks to EDDIE BRAZIL
What inspired Dr Rant's burial in The Tractate Middoth? Guest writer MATTHEW E BANKS comes up with some ideas!
Guest writer MATTHEW E BANKS explores M.R. James' influence on modern horror culture
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES unearths 10 interesting facts about M.R. James' The Tractate Middoth
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES unearths some facts on the production and locations of a much loved British TV institution.
BARRY McCANN takes a look at the traditional English Christmas Ghost Story
BARRY McCANN discusses the early television production of an MR James ghost story, The Lost Will of Dr. Rant (NBC, 1951)
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at the classic telling of the MR James ghost story, Lost Hearts
East Anglia's oldest burial ground is in danger from a road and housing development. We look at why these graves must be saved.
Here's 13 lesser known facts about the master of the English ghost story M.R. James
EDDIE BRAZIL explores whether M.R. James' ghost stories were based on real life paranormal events
Master storyteller Robert Lloyd Parry talks to Spooky Isles about his performances as legendary ghost writer M R James...
ADAM SCOVELL reviews BBC Ghost Stories: Whistle and I'll Come to You released by the BFI
ADAM SCOVELL reviews BBC Ghost Stories: Whistle and I'll Come to You released this week by the BFI
REN ZELEN pays tribute to the greatest English ghost writer Montague Rhodes James today on his the 150th birthday
In the lead up to MR James' 150th birthday this year, ROBERT LLOYD PARRY explores the great writer's first full-length ghost story, Canon Alberic's Scrapbook
Guest writer ROBERT LLOYD PARRY tells us why M.R. James' ghost stories are the spookiest