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
DAVID SAUNDERSON counts down to Christmas with another 1970s paranormal TV show - Beasts: Special Offer (1976)
DAVID SAUNDERSON counts down to Christmas by tonight looking at Against the Crowd: Murrain, a TV movie from Nigel Kneale
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
ADAM SCOVELL reviews the Hammer Horror Sci-Fi Classic The Quatermass Xperiment
ADAM SCOVELL explores the impact Nigel Kneale's creation Quatermass had on British science fiction and ultimately Hammer Horror.
MICHAEL S. COLLINS tells us why predestination is such a popular concept in horror
TURN the Tides Gently, from writer Matt Wingett, explores subjects like psychiatric health, time travel and mermaids.
ANN MASSEY O’REGAN gets us ready for Halloween with these real life monsters from Ireland's folklore
Guest writer ANDREW GARVEY looks at the British newspaper reactions to the sigthing of "Nessie" when the famous inhabitant was "rediscovered" in Loch Ness in 1933
Anthropodermic bookbinding - the practice of covering books with human skin - was real and more mainstream than we realise, says guest writer JON KANEKO-JAMES
NIA JONES tells us about 10 famous, yet inexplicable disappearances
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON continues her series into JK Rowling's Harry Potter books with Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
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