Monday 30 May @ 00:40
Thursday 26 May @ 16:00
Sunday 29 May @ 00:50
Posted in: Frightfest, News, Tuesday 24th May 2016
Horror Channel and FrightFest have agreed a three-year partnership deal, which sees the CBS Studios International/AMC Networks International – UK owned channel become headline sponsor for the UK’s biggest and most popular genre film festival.
Chris Sharp, Chief Programming Officer, AMC Networks International – UK, said today: “Horror is coming home. We were FrightFest’s banner sponsor in 2005 and 2006 and have maintained a very close partnership with the organisers and fans ever since. We’re thrilled to further cement that ‘bloody bond’ and look forward to celebrating the festival with a frighteningly good season of FrightFest favourites on the channel in August.”
Wednesday 25 May @ 21:00
Wednesday 25 May @ 22:45
Wednesday 25 May @ 00:30
By Emily Booth, Friday 20th May 2016
2016 has certainly been an odd year so far, in terms of the uncanny amount of music and screen legends popping off this mortal coil. From David Bowie to Alan Rickman to Prince and a few more in between it seems true legends are now hard to come by and indeed may never be cultivated again in the saturated culture we now live in. With this in mind I turn to three icons of classic horror, Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee and Barbara Steele who, in a rare moment in history share the silver screen in tomorrow’s network premiere Curse of the Crimson Alter. It’s not often you get to witness such wonderful horror legends rolled into one movie, and to watch this slice of celluloid is to watch horror history itself.
Posted in: Reviews, Tuesday 24th May 2016
The Ninth Configuration – Blu-ray review
Extras: Audio Commentary by Writer/Director William Peter Blatty and Mark Kermode, Killer Kane featurette - brand new interviews with writer/director/producer William Peter Blatty, actors Stacy Keach, Tom Atkins and Stephen Powers, composer Barry De Vorzon, production designer William Malley and art director J. Dennis, Archive featurette with Mark Kermode, Deleted Scenes and Outtakes.
William Peter Blatty’s The Ninth Configuration was originally released in 1980 to an incredibly mixed response. Its mixture of biting satire, brutal horrors of war and of life itself as well as surreal drama and confusing moments of comedy has earn
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