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Posted on 21st August 2019
Good things come to those who wait, and it feels like we've been waiting forever for FrightFest 2019, but finally it's here!
Yes, over the next 5 fear-filled days, horror fans will get the chance to see some of the freshest pieces of horror entertainment the world has to offer, as well as a few surprises.
As always, its difficult to draw up a list of what to see as so many sub-genres are catered for, luckily our Channel Manager Stewart Bridle has done one for us!
Horror Channel will be there every step of the way bringing you all the very latest happenings as well as delivering Facebook Live events across the Friday,... »MORE FROM FRIGHTFEST LATEST FEATURES HORROR CHANNEL MANAGER STEWART BRIDLE ROUNDS UP SOME OF THE GENRE GEMS TO CATCH AT FRIGHTFEST 2019.
Posted on 19th August 2019
It's the most terrifying time of year, one filled with fear, torture and overwhelming dread. I'm not talking about being strapped to some SAW-type trap but rather having to decide watch to watch from FrightFest's annual line-up. And in their 20th year things are even harder than before with a record-breaking 78 movies to choose from. But if making a decision is slowly killing you then let us help with some of the movies we recommend scaring yourself with...CRAWL Alexander Aja, the director behind such horror hits as Switchblade Romance, the 2006 version of The Hills Have Eyes and Piranha 3D, returns with another gory genre piece that will do for the reputation of alligators what he previously did for... » MORE HORROR FEATURES VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS HORROR NEWS GRIMMFEST ANNOUNCE RABID SCREENING WITH GUEST DIRECTORS THE SOSKA SISTERS AND TWO FURTHER EUROPEAN PREMIERES
Posted on 20th August 2019
Grimmfest returns on 3rd October 2019 for four days of horror, cult and fantastic films at the Odeon Great Northern cinema in Manchester. The festival previously revealed that director, writer and actress Pollyanna McIntosh (Jadis from The Walking Dead) will attend the festival to present her directorial debut Darlin', a sequel to Lucky McKee's 2011 film The Woman. While the full festival line-up is being kept under wraps until Monday 2 September, Grimmfest are now releasing a further sneak peak at what they have in store, with details of a handful of new movie premieres and special guests.
Grimmfest are thrilled to announce that Rabid, the much-anticipated remake of David Cronenberg's horror classi... »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 FRIGHTFEST 2019 SEASON
Double Bills from 9.00 PM
16th - 28th August
To celebrate FrightFest 2019, taking place in London during the August Bank Holiday, Horror Channel is dedicating thirteen nights to past festival hits. Amongst the twenty-six fearsome favourites, the channel will kick off the season with the UK TV premiere of Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford's India-based zombie road movie The Dead 2, the follow-up to their hugely popular African zombie adventure The Dead. There is also a UK TV premiere for Jonathan Ford's Offensive.
The diabolical double bills are on every night from August 16th - 28th, starting from 9pm.
Horror will be at FrightFest 2019 reporting live from the event as well as blogging all of the news and happenings so keep checking or social feeds.
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