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Genre legend Nicholas Vince, famed for his roles as 'Chatterer' in Clive Barker's Hellraiser and 'Kinski' in Nightbreed, is to open the London Horror Festival with his one-man show, I Am Monsters! He will be performing for three nights only from 8 to 10th October. We're giving away three pairs of tickets for each night and to be in with a chance of winning all you need to do is answer a simple question!
Posted on 30th August 2019
Created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller, and Jeri Taylor, Star Trek: Voyager introduced the world to the fourth Star Trek crew whose venture into space was a twist on what had gone before. Here the jeopardy was ramped up as Captain Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) and her team become stranded far from home. This led to plenty of conflict between them all but also built relationships that wouldn't have normally occurred.
Voyager had more of a classic Star Trek feel and retained a classic Star Trek trope, that of having an array of characters who reflected a wide diversity of races and cultures. This led to plenty of clashes between the members as they strive to return home.
... »MORE HORROR FEATURES VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS HORROR NEWS THE PERFECT PRESENT FOR THE GEEK IN YOUR LIFE! VINTAGE GEEK: THE QUIZ BOOK BY MARSHALL JULIUS
Posted on 18th September 2019
Vintage Geek: The Quiz Book by respected film critic Marshall Julius is the ultimate quiz book for old school nerds. The book celebrates a splendid selection of 20th-century fandoms, from Fifties' sci-fi cinema, Sixties' Star Trek and Seventies' Stephen King to Eighties' actioners, Nineties' Batman' toons and more.
No matter what we're into, geeks of the world share a few common traits: intense and unconditional enthusiasm and the relentless urge to know, and then prove we know, every last thing about the objects of our affection.
With a foreword from Simpsons writer Mike Reiss, Vintage Geek additionally features a fabulous fifty celebrity-penned questions from the likes o... »MORE HORROR NEWS ON HORROR TONIGHT
Posted on 12th May 2019
Dee Wallace is one of those people who seems to have be around forever and yet never ages in enthusiasm or her ability to bring to life some of cinema's most memorable characters. With a resume that includes E.T., The Hills Have Eyes, Cujo and now Beyond the Sky, we chatted to Dee about her career to date and how she prepares for each acting project.
HC: What made you want to be an actress?
DW: Oh, you know... I was born! (laughs) Seriously, I think creative people are just born to be creative and they have to find an outlet for that. My mother also was a beautiful actress, locally in my hometown and did all the plays at church so I think I naturally found my way into a family that supporte... »MORE HORROR INTERVIEWS SEASON ON HORROR SCI-FI ZONE
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LATEST REVIEW ASYLUM - BLU-RAY REVIEW
Posted on 13th July 2019 Asylum Second Sight Films Certificate 15
When you read that a film has the writer Robert Bloch (Psycho) and been directed by Roy Ward Baker your interest will be pricked. When you also learn it's from Amicus the you know it's a "must have" purchase. This is exactly what Asylum is, a cracker of an anthology movie which has been given the special HD treatment thanks to those lovely people at Second Sight Films.
Asylum boasts an all-star cast including Peter Cushing, Britt Ekland, Herbert Lom, Robert Powell, Patrick Magee, Barry Morse and Charlotte Rampling each who play this bizarre but entertaining movie perfectly straight. This was the fifth portmanteau film from Amicus and is a fine and beaut... »MORE HORROR REVIEWS