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Red State
RED STATE
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9.00 PM
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Sunday 5th May
9.00 PM
Society
SOCIETY
Saturday 4th May
10.50 PM
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Sliders
SLIDERS
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Series 5, Episode 8.
The sliders arrive in a world where Prohibition still exists - only it's caffeine that's been outlawed. After witnessing a gangland killing, they befriend the victim's girlfriend.
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Empire Of The Sharks
EMPIRE OF THE SHARKS
Today on Horror
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TORNADO WARNING
Today on Horror
4.00 PM
The Evil In Us
THE EVIL IN US
Tonight on Horror
9.00 PM
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THE IGUANA WITH THE TONGUE OF FIRE COMPETITION

To celebrate the release of The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire - available on Blu-ray now from Arrow Video - we're giving away a Blu-ray and the official soundtrack on limited edition 12" vinyl! To be in with a chance of winning all you need to do is answer a simple question.

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DARK FORCES INVADE HORROR CHANNEL IN MAY
Posted on 18th April 2019

Dark forces arrive on Horror Channel in May when the UK's most popular genre TV channel unleashes Invasion Season: a collection of Saturday night alien attack sci-fi movies.

The line-up includes Chris Gorak's Moscow-set apocalyptic fantasy, The Darkest Hour, Colin Minihan's wonderfully effective sci-fi shocker Extraterrestrial, Scott Stewart's compulsive alien home-invasion thriller Dark Skies and the high velocity alien battler drama Skyline, directed by Greg and Colin Strause.

In the Channel Premiere of The Darkest Hours on the 4th, young entrepreneurs Sean (Emile Hirsch) and Ben (Max Minghella) find themselves stranded in Moscow, alongside fellow travellers Natal... »

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DARE YOU ENTER THE TWILIGHT ZONE AT THE AMBASSADORS THEATRE?
Posted on 15th April 2019
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Full casting was recently announced for the highly anticipated West End transfer of the Almeida's sell-out production of The Twilight Zone, which has now transferred to The Ambassadors Theatre.

Reprising their highly praised performances from the Almeida run are Oliver Alvin-Wilson, Adrianna Bertola and Neil Haigh, who will be joined for the West End premiere by Alisha Bailey, Natasha J Barnes, Nicholas Karimi, Dan Crossley, Dyfan Dwyfor, Lauren O'Neill and Matthew Steer.

Adapted by Anne Washburn (Shipwreck, Mr. Burns) and directed by the multi award-winning director (winner of 7 Olivier Awards), Richard Jones, this production of the acclaimed classic CB... »

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Star Trek - The Original Series
STAR TREK - THE ORIGINAL SERIES
Horror at 6.00 PM

Series 3, Episode 22.
The original Star Trek series, digitally remastered. One of the true classics as President Lincoln turns up to test the starstruck Kirk on the merits of good and evil...
LATEST INTERVIEW
INTERVIEW WITH ABNER PASTOLL, DIRECTOR OF ROAD GAMES
Posted on 21st March 2019
Abner Pastol

Horror Channel loves to promote new talent in the industry and one of the most exciting new directors around is Abner Pastoll. His first feature, Road Games, is an adrenaline packed killer of a thriller which is showing on the channel on March 22nd at 9pm. We decided to chat to Abner about this tense movie and his plans for the future.

HC: Did you know from a young age that you wanted to work in the film industry?

AP: Yes. I remember being as young as 4 or 5 and just knowing with such clarity that I needed to make films. My family had a cinema, drive-in and video store, all of which certainly enhanced my obsession with movies of all shapes and sizes.

HC: Was there one film t... »

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BLACK MOON RISING - BLU-RAY REVIEW
Posted on 22nd April 2019
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Arrow Video
Cetificate 15

Most Sci-Fi thrillers from the 80s often suffered from lack of budget and lack of imagination as they tried to bring visions of tomorrow to an audience weaned on a diet of Star Wars and other such fodder. Black Moon Rising was different, it kept its hopes high but kept itself in the here and now and viewing some thirty plus years after its initial release only fashion and the odd dodgy piece of SFX lets its age be known.

Tommy Lee Jones stars as Sam Quint, a master thief working for the government who hides a computer disc loaded with evidence of corporate crime in a prototype supercar, the Black Moon... »

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