• Radius

    RADIUS
    Friday at 9:00 PM

  • Insidious 4

    INSIDIOUS 4
    Brand new competition

  • Horror Highlights

    HORROR HIGHLIGHTS
    May on Horror

  • Where The Devil Hides

    WHERE THE DEVIL HIDES
    Wednesday 30th May at 9:00 PM

  • Andromeda

    ANDROMEDA
    Brand new series

  • Star Trek: The Next Generation

    STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
    Weeknights

PICK OF THE WEEK
Radius
RADIUS
Friday 25th May
9.00 PM
Cherry Tree
CHERRY TREE
Wednesday 23rd May
9.00 PM
Tales From The Darkside
TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE
Sunday 27th May
8.30 PM
TONIGHT AT PRIME TIME
Star Trek: The Next Generation
STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
Tonight on Horror at 7.00 PM

Series 5, Episode 13.
The new U.S.S. Enterprise and its crew boldly go where no one has gone before. Picard's efforts to save a genetically engineered society from disaster threaten to destroy it.
UPCOMING MOVIES
Alien Convergence
ALIEN CONVERGENCE
Today on Horror
11.00 AM
Termination Point
TERMINATION POINT
Today on Horror
1.00 PM
Knight Rider 2000
KNIGHT RIDER 2000
Today on Horror
4.00 PM
LATEST COMPETITION

INSIDIOUS 4 BLU-RAY COMPETITION

Prepare to hide behind your couches as Lin Shaye is back in the iconic role of Elise Rainier in the latest chiller from James Wan (The Conjuring, Annabelle) and Oren Peli, Insidious: The Last Key. We have three copies on Blu-ray to give away and to be in with a chance all you must do is answer a simple question.

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LATEST FEATURES
13 REASONS WHY YOU NEED TO WATCH THE EVIL DEAD
Posted on 20th May 2018

Sam Raimi's horror masterpiece, The Evil Dead is rightly regarded as a true horror classic.

So, it's weird to think then that there are still some viewers have yet to enjoy this ultimate experience in gruelling Horror.

Here's 13 reasons why you need to see The Evil Dead when it's shown on Horror Saturday May 26th.

1: The film spawned a cult hero in star Bruce Campbell and gave the world Ash Williams.
2: The BBFC deemed it to be placed on the Video Nasties list in 1983 even in cut form and not released uncut until 2001.
3: Stephen King liked it saying in 1972 that it was "The most ferociously original horror film".
4: The cover art for the VHS was the first that Graham Humphreys would create heralding the ... »

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VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
LATEST NEWS
UMBERTO LENZI'S CANNIBAL FEROX GETS 2K RESTORATION RELEASE THANKS TO SHAMELESS
Posted on 17th May 2018

Nearly a decade after initiating the genre with Man From Deep River, director Umberto Lenzi gives the final word on the Italian gut-muncher with his ferocious flesh-feasting masterpiece Cannibal Ferox.

To lay to rest the 'myth' of tribal cannibalism, PhD student Gloria (Lorraine De Selle) journeys to the Amazon jungle but things soon go awry when her party encounters sadistic cocaine cowboy Mike (Giovanni Lombardo Radice). Mike is on the run from the hungry locals but all is not what it seems - as the travellers venture into the heart of darkness, they soon discover what it means to be hunted.

Cannibal Ferox questions the nature of human atrocity, pulling no punches with its visceral depictions of murder, cannibalism and torture. Fans will be... »

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

Series 3, Episode 18.
The original Star Trek series, digitally remastered. The crew come across a mysterious energy storm heading for Memory Alpha, the database of all Federation knowledge.
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INTERVIEW WITH STEEVE LEONARD CO-DIRECTOR OF RADIUS
Posted on 21st May 2018

In the chilling movie, Radius, a man wakes from a car crash with amnesia and what's more anyone who comes into contact with him instantly dies. This FrightFest favourite is receiving its UK TV premiere on Friday 25th of May so we chatted to its co-director and co-writer Steeve Leonard about this celebrated and cerebral movie.

HC: How long did Radius take to write?

SL: Radius took about 4 years to write, on and off. We had the radius of death idea first but we didn't know what to do with it, and so we shelved it for a while. Later we came up with the more interpersonal twist we have now and we weaved it together with the radius idea.

HC: Was it written with a cast in mind?

SL: No. When we write we have a general sense of what typ... »

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LATEST REVIEW
GRIZZLY - BLU-RAY REVIEW
Posted on 22nd April 2018

Grizzly

88 Films

Certificate 15

The "nature-runs-amok" genre is littered with plenty of forgettable pieces but there are a few gems such as Frogs (1972), Night of the Lepus (1972) and Dogs (1976) but apart from Orca: Killer Whale (1977), Grizzly is the one that gets closest to being the most realistic, if you take it with a very large pinch of salt and swap the jaws for paws!

Starring Christopher George and directed by the exploitation master William Girdler, Grizzly traces the bloody rampage of the titular animal who is chomping, tearing and terrorising innocent campers and showcasing a case of insatiable hunger.

This movie is a lot of fun, completely old-school in its set-up and plot with a cast of heroic actors trying ... »

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