Pick Of The Week
Black Death (2010)
Friday 27 January @ 21:00
Embrace Of The Vampire (2013)
Monday 30 January @ 21:00
Cockneys vs Zombies
Sunday 29 January @ 21:00
Horror Channel: Let The Nightmare Begin
Horror Channel is the UK's original channel dedicated to the dark side of cinema and television. With an eclectic mix of ground-breaking and genre-defining content including niche, cult and box office movies along with fantasy, sci-fi and supernatural series, you'll be entertained and terrified.
Tonight At Prime Time On The Horror Channel
Sci-Fi starring Peter Weller (RoboCop) based on a Philip K. Dick short story. A commander and his new recruit set out to settle a violent dispute in a desert riddled with deadly robots.

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BOO! A you ready for a Madea Halloween?
Posted in: News, Tuesday 17th Jan 2017
Boo! A Madea Halloween 2D PackshotIn BOO! A Madea Halloween, multi-talented writer, director and star Tyler Perry returns as Madea to set the neighbourhood straight on Halloween night in this US comedy. While trying to keep an eye on a few misbehaving teens who are planning a wild Halloween night party, she is spooked by ghosts, zombies, killers and frightening spirits. Giving them all a piece of her mind (and fists), Madea must maintain order and sanity as she spends a hilarious, haunted Halloween night fighting off goons and goblins. Written, directed by and stars Tyler Perry (Gone Girl, Star Trek) BOO! A Madea Halloween also stars Bella Thorne (The Duff), Cassi Davis, Patrice Lovely and ... »

Upcoming Movies On Horror

Saturday 21 January @ 02:45
Trapped in Space

Sunday 22 January @ 08:00
The Dinosaur Project

Sunday 22 January @ 15:00
Emily Booth's Blog
Booth's Blog: The rise of the 'One Room Horror'
By Emily Booth, Tuesday 17th Jan 2017
Emily Booth Seat SmallWe all know location, location, location is of paramount importance in Horror. The location of a film often dictates the story and the atmosphere, sometimes even becoming a character in itself (Overlook Hotel, anyone?!) But where do directors look to when every single location from house to windmill to lighthouse has already been done to death? They give themselves an even bigger challenge; contain the horror all inside one room, or one location. Strip away the layers of grand Guignol, impressive sets, and creepy traditional buildings, and place the emphasis of the terror on good script, acting, and tension; the raw ingredients of good horror. I imagine it also helps to cut the budget, too! The 'one room horror' has seen all manner of seemingly mundane locations become tools of terror, such as Elevato... »

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Latest Review
Tales Of Halloween - DVD Review
Posted in: Reviews, Tuesday 17th Jan 2017
Tales-Of-Halloween-coverTales Of Halloween DVD

Arrow Films

Certificate 18

Extras: Deleted Scene: Grim Grinning Ghost - directed by Axelle Carolyn, Behind-The-Scenes: Sweet Tooth - directed by Dave Parker, Anatomy of a Scene: Friday the 31st - directed by Mike Mendez, Fun Facts pop-on video commentary for selected segments (caption file), Photo Gallery, Behind-The-Scenes of Bad Seed, Storyboards for Ding Dong.

Halloween, a traditional time for sitting around and telling the most outrageous horror themed stories you can think of. Well, you don't have to make up your own anymore as some of the genres finest talent have done all the hard work for you!

Tales of Halloween has 10 (yes, 10!) interlocking stories that ... »