RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at Hitchcock's horror-thriller Frenzy 1972
Guest writer KEVIN NICKELSON explains how Abbott and Costello Meets Frankenstein made film history
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES celebrates the 60th anniversary of Hammer’s Dracula UK premiere by unearthing 13 interesting facts around its production and release…
Hammer's Dracula (1958) celebrates its 60th birthday. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks back on its initial release and impact.
Guest writer MATTHEW E BANKS reveals a strange tale from Bela ‘Dracula’ Lugosi's past in Hungary
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reveals The Old Dark House aka what director James Whale did after 1931's Frankenstein...
Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi's second collaboration, the Edgar Allan Poe-inspired The Raven (1935). Review by RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES.
Titans of terror Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi are pitted against each other for the first time. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at 1934's The Black Cat.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks back on Mel Brook's horror comedy Young Frankenstein (1974)
As Mel Brooks' stage musical Young Frankenstein makes its London debut, RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES presents fun facts about the original 1974 horror comedy.
British talent was behind most of the legendary Universal Monsters of the 1930s and 40s. DAVID SAUNDERSON tips his lid to them.
The arrival of some of Universal's most beloved horror movies on Blu-ray is a mixed blessing, says RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES
SIMON BALL reviews this dark bubonic tale about the tensions and hysteria caused by mass death
British director Ridley Scott's Prometheus is coming, so guest writer REN ZELEN thought she'd remind us what a groundbreaking film, the original Alien was back in 1979.
ANDREW GARVEY reviews the Karloff 1936 classic, The Man Who Changed His Mind
ADAM SCOVELL reviews Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1941)
ANDREW GARVEY reviews the most 70s of horrors, Psychomania!
L.H. Davies reviews Witchfinder General
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at the third screen adaptation of the Jack the Ripper-inspired novel, The Lodger (1944).
NIA JONES reviews Eye of the Devil (1966)
BARRY McCANN reviews the Jess Franco-directed El Conde Dracula (1970) - the one with Christopher Lee as Dracula in a moustache!
The Girl is a dark look back at Alfred Hitchcock's alleged obsession with his leading lady in The Birds, Tippi Hedren
STEPHEN JACOBS delves into the sordid 1940s Hollywood sex scandal that engulfed English Universal Horror Star Lionel Atwill
Who is your favourite Dracula? The Spooky Isles talks to horror film historian Alan Frank about the merits of two leading contenders for the King of the Vampires - Christopher Lee and Bela Lugosi.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES commemorates a great horror season from his youth - 30 years ago this week!
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