• Black Christmas

    BLACK CHRISTMAS
    Saturday 23rd December at 9.00 PM

  • Silent Night

    SILENT NIGHT
    Sunday 24th December at 9.00 PM

  • Cockneys Vs Zombies

    COCKNEYS VS ZOMBIES
    Tuesday 26th December at 9.00 PM

  • Horror Highlights

    HORROR HIGHLIGHTS
    This month on Horror

  • The Hills Have Eyes (2006)

    THE HILLS HAVE EYES (2006)
    Sunday 31st December at 9.00 PM

  • Star Trek: The Next Generation

    STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
    Weeknights from 15 December

PICK OF THE WEEK
Lost in Space
LOST IN SPACE
Friday 29th December
8.00 PM
P2
P2
Friday 22nd December
10.40 PM
Black Christmas
BLACK CHRISTMAS
Saturday 23rd December
9.00 PM
TONIGHT AT PRIME TIME
Star Trek: The Next Generation
STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
Tonight on Horror at 7.00 PM

Series 1, Episode 2.
The new U.S.S. Enterprise and its crew boldly go where no one has gone before. At the trial, Q continues to denounce humans, while Picard defends his race.
UPCOMING MOVIES
An American Werewolf In Paris
AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN PARIS
Tonight on Horror
9.00 PM
The Green Inferno
THE GREEN INFERNO
Tonight on Horror
11.00 PM
Eden Lodge
EDEN LODGE
Tonight on Horror
1.00 AM
LATEST FEATURES
WES CRAVEN SEASON WELCOMES IN 2018 ON HORROR
Posted on 15th December 2017

Throughout January, Saturday nights at 9pm will be devoted to a Wes Craven Season as Horror Channel presents a retrospective of the late great genre director's career. Four of his supernatural shockers and scream-filled slashers will be broadcast, including the network premieres of serial killer chiller My Soul To Take, his macabre masterpiece The Serpent And The Rainbow, his diabolically electrifying Shocker and the goofy, gory satire The People Under The Stairs.

There are also network premieres for Franck Khalfoun's superior psychological horror Maniac, starring Elijah Wood as a scalp-loving serial killer, David S. Goyer's pulsating possession thriller The Unborn, starring Gary Oldman and Hammer Films' powerfully eerie Vampire tale The Kiss ... »

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VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

There's a lot we've got to be proud of here in Blighty. James Bond, Monty Python, David Bowie, and of course a healthy appetite for all things Horror, so over the past few Saturdays in November we've been enjoying our Bloody British Season which comes to its nerve-wracking climax this weekend!

The early noughties saw a resurgence in all areas of pop culture in the UK, and Horror was no different, with a slew of emerging directing talent making big bloody waves. Neil Marshall was at the helm with a film that took the genre in a new direction; down! He calls The Descent (2005) the sister film of his directorial debut Dog Soldiers, in that it features an all-female cast as opposed to the (nearly) all-male testosterone fest that was Dog Soldiers.

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ON HORROR TONIGHT
An American Werewolf In Paris
AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN PARIS
Horror at 9.00 PM

Ferociously fun follow-up to John Landis's original fright-fest. An American man becomes embroiled with a clan of werewolves in Paris who use a serum that allows them to transform at will.
LATEST NEWS
MORE TITLES ADDED TO THE HAMMER FILM COLLECTION
Posted on 16th November 2017

In 1957, Hammer's first ever horror film in colour was released: The Curse of Frankenstein. Its huge success spawned many more Hammer Horror films and the studio's domination of the horror genre, which was to last for a decade and a half.

So 60 years on, to commemorate this anniversary, Studiocanal and Park Circus, in conjunction with FrightFest, Scalarama and more tbc, are releasing brand new restorations of eight classic Hammer Horror titles at cinemas and on DVD/Blu-ray doubleplay.

From the gothic horrors Scars of Dracula, Blood From The Mummy's Tomb, Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde, Horror Of Frankenstein and psychological chillers Fear In The Night, Straight On Till Morning and Demons Of The Mind to Hammer's last horror f... »

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SEASON ON HORROR
Sci-Fi Zone SCI-FI ZONE

Weeknights from 6PM on Horror

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