Wednesday 31 August @ 23:05
Sunday 28 August @ 00:50
Sunday 28 August @ 18:40
Posted in: Frightfest, Saturday 27th Aug 2016
Remakes are more common now than ever before but it's taken a long time for anyone to check out the back catalogue of Godfather of Gore, the one and only Herschell Gordon Lewis.
Today is the world premiere of Blood Feast, a remake of his classic 1963 shocker which has now been full updated and its setting moved from America to France. Be assured HGL fans that this movie not only contains the key elements of the original but takes the gore level up to 11.
Fuad Ramses and his family have moved to France where they run an American diner. Since business is not going too well, Fuad also works night shifts at the Museum of Ancient Egyptian culture. During the long, lonely nights he is drawn to a statue of the goddess Ishtar, which soon speaks to him in visions
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Saturday 27 August @ 21:00
Saturday 27 August @ 22:50
Saturday 27 August @ 00:55
By Emily Booth, Wednesday 17th Aug 2016
OK, so not everyone can get down to the UK's biggest bloodiest horror festival of the year, FrightFest over the Bank Holiday weekend this month but are still gagging for the festival experience. Well fear not fiends because Horror Channel will not only be bringing you live broadcasts on 'Facebook Live' every evening direct from the fest, but we've concocted our very own TV version of the festival with double-bills of former festival hits over 13 nights including 7 outstanding film premieres - so it really is a win win for you this year whether you're there in flesh and blood or in spirit!
With a total of 26 films on offer during FrightFest Season I'm going to concentrate on the 7 UK TV premieres showing on
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Posted in: Reviews, Saturday 27th Aug 2016
The Purge: Election Year - Film review
The end of The Purge: Anarchy set up more political intrigue than we might have expected from the Blumhouse franchise, but it was a welcome addition. The Purge: Election Year follows up on the set up, taking us to a new Purge Night (for the uninitiated, a holiday in a not too distant future USA where all crime is legal for the night), where anti-Purge presidential hopeful Charlie Roan (Elizabeth Mitchell) is forced outside duri
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