• Under The Dome

    UNDER THE DOME
    Premieres 21 September on Horror

  • Christine

    CHRISTINE
    Tomorrow at 9:00 PM

  • Dead Mine

    DEAD MINE
    Saturday at 9:00 PM

  • Girlhouse

    GIRLHOUSE
    Friday 28th September at 10:50 PM

  • Demonic

    DEMONIC
    Saturday 29th September at 9:00 PM

  • Horror Highlights

    HORROR HIGHLIGHTS
    September on Horror

  • Star Trek: Enterprise

    STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE
    Weeknights at 7.00PM

  • Andromeda

    ANDROMEDA
    Weeknights at 8.00 PM

PICK OF THE WEEK
Tales From The Darkside series
TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE SERIES
Sunday 30th September
8.30 PM
Under The Dome
UNDER THE DOME
Friday 28th September
8.00 PM
AE: Apocalypse Earth
AE: APOCALYPSE EARTH
Saturday 29th September
6.40 PM
TONIGHT AT PRIME TIME
Star Trek: Enterprise
STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE
Tonight on Horror at 7.00 PM

Series 1, Episode 22.
From a visiting alien ship, a fibrous, web-like creature secures itself inside an Enterprise launch bay and ensnares several crewmen, including Archer and Trip.
UPCOMING MOVIES
House
HOUSE
Tonight on Horror
2.30 AM
Jurassic Hunters
JURASSIC HUNTERS
Today on Horror
11.00 AM
Mammoth
MAMMOTH
Today on Horror
1.00 PM
LATEST FEATURES
HORROR HAS EVERYTHING THIS AUTUMN BECAUSE WE ARE HORROR!
Posted on 29th August 2018

Horror Channel kicks off the Autumn season with eight chilling prime time weekend film premieres including the UK TV premiere of Adam Green's slasher favourite that gave the world Victor Crowley,Hatchet (14th Sep), starring horror icons Kane Hodder, Robert Englund and Tony Todd.

There are also TV firsts for Kieran Parker's Outpost III: Rise Of The Spetsnaz (15th Sep), the third installment of the hit Nazi zombie action horror franchise, Steven Sheil's graphic underground thriller Dead Mine (22nd Sep) set in Indonesia and Will Canon's haunted house horror Demonic (29th Sep).

September also sees network premieres for the gory and hilarious 100 Bloody Acres (8th Sep), the erotic, murderous triple-hander... »

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VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
LATEST: FIRST FILM TO BE RELEASED UNDER THE FRIGHTFEST PRESENTS LABEL - THE DARK.
Posted on 18th September 2018

The first film to be released under the FrightFest Presents label, the new venture from leading independent distributor Signature Entertainment and leading genre festival FrightFest, The Dark received its UK premiere at this year's prestigious FrightFest in London, and is perfect for genre fans who love nothing more than a backwoods shocker featuring ghouls, gore and flesh eating, but one done with panache and poignancy.

An undead young woman, Mina, stalks the 'Devil's Den' woods where she was killed. If anyone enters the woods, she kills them and feasts on the body. But when she stumbles upon a young blind boy named Alex in the back of a car, who shows signs of horrifying abuse, she can't bring herself to kill... »

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ON HORROR TONIGHT
Andromeda
ANDROMEDA
Horror at 8.00 PM

Series 5, Episode 22.
The final battle for the Known Worlds begins as the Nietzscheans move on Tarazed while The Abyss pursues the Andromeda and her crew.
HORROR NEWS
JOHN CARPENTER SHARES FIRST MUSIC FROM HALLOWEEN OST - THE SHAPE RETURNS
Posted on 19th September 2018

As you all know, a couple of weeks back, the Master of Horror, John Carpenter, announced the impending release of the original soundtrack album for Halloween - in which Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.

The album arrives on October 19th from Sacred Bones, the same day that the new David Gordon Green-directed film is released in theaters.

Well, today a first glimpse at the film's score has been unleashed, the bone-chilling "The Shape Returns." The track demonstrates Carpenter's singular ability to rai... »

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LATEST INTERVIEW
INTERVIEW WITH EZEQUIEL ENDELMAN AND LEANDRO MONTEJANO, THE CREATIVE FORCES BEHIND CRYSTAL EYES
Posted on 15th September 2018
Ezequiel Endelman and Leandro Montejano

FrightFest 2018 exposed attendees to horror from all over the world and one that made an incredibly stylish and retro impact was the superb giallo inspired shocker, Crystal Eyes. Here the co-writers and co-directors Ezequiel Endelman and Leandro Montejano tell us all about this affectionate love letter to the classics of the 80s.

Where did the idea for Crystal Eyes come from?

Crystal Eyes was supposed to be the third episode of our web-series called No Podras Dormir Esta Noche (You Won't Sleep Tonight) which paid homage to different horror sub genres in each episode, and eventually it turned into a feature film. We love Giallo si... »

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LATEST REVIEW
AMAZONIA: THE CATHERINE MILES STORY - BLU-RAY REVIEW
Posted on 15th September 2018
Amazonia Blu-ray cover

Amazonia: The Catherine Miles Story
88 Films
Certificate 18

Known around the world under several different titles such as White Slave, Cannibal Holocaust II, Blonde Captive and Forest Slave, Amazonia: The Catherine Miles Story was one of the last hurrahs of the Italian Cannibal movie genre. Like most gut-munchers it claims to be based on fact, but the real fact here is that its more melodrama then splatter movie. This isn't a bad thing at all.

Amazonia: The Catherine Miles Story tells the story of a western blonde (Elvire Audrey) who is captured, stripped and tormented by a group of jungle head-hunters. Can she escape from this tribe or will s... »

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