• Red State

    RED STATE
    Tomorrow at 9.00 PM

  • Insidious

    INSIDIOUS
    Monday at 9.00 PM

  • Bloody Crazy Season

    BLOODY CRAZY SEASON
    Saturdays on Horror at 9.00 PM

  • Christine

    CHRISTINE
    Sunday 27th January at 9.00 PM

  • Cry Wolf

    CRY WOLF
    Thursday 31st January at 9.00 PM

  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

    STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE
    Weeknights at 7.00 PM

  • Sliders

    SLIDERS
    Weeknights at 8.00 PM

PICK OF THE WEEK
Season of the Witch (2011)
SEASON OF THE WITCH (2011)
Monday 28th January
9.00 PM
Into The Grizzly Maze
INTO THE GRIZZLY MAZE
Tuesday 22nd January
9.00 PM
Another Wolfcop
ANOTHER WOLFCOP
Saturday 19th January
9.00 PM
TONIGHT AT PRIME TIME
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE
Tonight on Horror at 7.00 PM

Series 1, Episode 9.
The most remote space station on TV! A criminal is hiding in the mind of someone on Deep Space Nine. With Bashir struggling to follow his movements, is the criminal nearer than people think?
UPCOMING MOVIES
Final Girl
FINAL GIRL
Tonight on Horror
9.00 PM
Let Her Out
LET HER OUT
Tonight on Horror
10.45 PM
Demonic
DEMONIC
Tonight on Horror
12.30 AM
LATEST FEATURES
GET READY TO MOVE INTO 2019 WITH SLIDERS.
Posted on 3rd January 2019

Ever wanted the ability to move between periods of time in Earth's history, and if so, where would you choose? But what if each period of time was from an alternate universe? This is the added jeopardy faced by the four travellers in the cult series Sliders, which starts on Horror on January 7th.

A physics postgraduate student Quinn Mallory (Jerry O'Connell) discovers how to travel or 'slide' to parallel dimensions via a vortex, and is joined by his professor Professor Maximillian Arturo (John Rhys-Davies), his friend Wade Wells (Sabrina Lloyd), and a stranger Rembrandt Brown (Cleavant Derricks) accidentally caught up in the experiment.

Over five seasons and 88 ep... »

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A CHANCE TO EXPLORE STAR TREK COMICS IN A FASCINATING NEW BOOK
Posted on 17th January 2019
New life and new civilisations

On 8 September 1966, visionary futurist Gene Roddenberry introduced the world to a science-fiction TV series that dared to go where none had gone before. Star Trek, with its progressive stance on civil rights, explored not only strange new worlds in the final frontier of space, but also the human condition, revealing the heights to which humans could soar, while exposing the ugliness of racism, sexism, and war. Though canceled after only three seasons, Trek soon returned in syndication, spawning a cult phenomenon that has since expanded to include four follow-up TV series, an animated cartoon, a dozen movies (and counting), and a staggering number of ancillary novels, ... »

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

Series 1, Episode 9.
The original Star Trek, digitally remastered as you've never seen it before. A strange group of children are discovered on a new planet - and one of them falls for Kirk.
LATEST INTERVIEW
AHEAD OF HORROR CHANNEL'S PREMIERE OF ZOM-ROM-COM IBIZA UNDEAD, WE ASK ACTRESS AND PRODUCER MARCIA DO VALES 10 SCARY QUESTIONS.
Posted on 8th January 2019
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Ahead of Horror Channel's premiere of zombie rom-com Ibiza Undead, we ask actress and producer Marcia Do Vales 10 scary questions.

HC: When did your interest in horror films begin?

MDV: About the age of 11 or 12, I started enjoying watching horror films, after my parents had gone to bed. I remember watching Child's Play with the volume turned off, sitting directly in front of the TV so I could quickly turn it off if my parents came in.

HC: Tell us about your first horror film role.

MDV: In my first film role, I played The Girl in The Reverend I found myself working alongside the legendary Rutger Hauer who was cast as the Devil. He had his own private room... »

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SEASON ON HORROR
Bloody Crazy Season BLOODY CRAZY SEASON

Madness, mayhem and adult babies! Horror Channel goes nuts on Saturday nights in January with Bloody Crazy Season, a celebration of out-there modern horror, headlined by the UK TV premiere of Attack Of The Adult Babies, directed by Emmerdale star Dominic Brunt. The season also includes the UK TV premiere of Lowell Dean's blood- soaked werewolf caper Another Wolfcop, and the channel premiere of fun-drenched zombie rom-com Ibiza Undead, starring Cara Theobold and Emily Atack. Topping off the season with copious amounts of slimy gore is Jacob Vaughan's laugh-out-loud comedy horror, Bad Milo! Read more here.



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LATEST REVIEW
HALLOWEEN (2018) ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK REVIEW
Posted on 18th October 2018
Halloween OST

For most horror fans out there 2018 has been a golden year with the genre regularly topping box-offices around the globe. But, as they say, the best is usually last and this year it's a real biggie, Halloween is back, and this time John Carpenter is attached to the project. Not only is he one of the Executive Producers but he's also composed the score alongside his son Cody and Daniel A. Davies.

Let's get things straight, I love the Halloween series of movies (yes, even the sequels) and having Carpenter connected in such a way is pure horror fan bliss and I didn't want my admiration for both to cloud my judgement but this is a classy score packed with invention, new interpretations of a class... »

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