Thursday 5 May @ 13:00
Wednesday 4 May @ 13:00
Saturday 7 May @ 2:20
Posted in: Features, Wednesday 27th Apr 2016
Horror Channel will be broadcasting eight premieres during May, including the UK TV premiere of The Vatican Tapes, a dynamic, unusual and thrilling exorcism shocker by Crank director Mark Neveldine, which will broadcast on Friday 13th May at 9pm.
Screened at FrightFest Halloween 2015, the story centres on the battle to save a young girl’s her soul after she expresses increasingly erratic and strange behaviour. It soon becomes clear that Angela (Olivia Taylor Dudley) has been taken over by an ancient satanic force and that she must be quickly purged of evil. But what nobody knows is that the spiritual crusade is not just for Angela - it’s for the entire world as humanity knows it. Also starring are Michael Peña, Do
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Tuesday 3 May @ 10:00
Tuesday 3 May @ 13:00
Tuesday 3 May @ 16:00
By Emily Booth, Thursday 28th Apr 2016
As our regulars know we love a bit of classic Hammer Horror here on the UK’s only dedicated genre channel with our regular Hammer Thursdays, the recent Easter Hammer-thon and regular showings of fan favourites To The Devil A Daughter, The Devil Rides Out and Twins Of Evil to name but a few.
Founded way back in 1934, film studio Hammer held the screen for a good 5 decades, rolling out icon after icon both monster and man! Hammer was no ordinary studio but became a defining genre in itself with lavish film sets, period settings, costumes and gothic themes. Hammer was not just a quirky British outlet making the ‘labours of love’ you so often hear about in today’s industry – no, it was a financial success during its golden era, partly due to ... »
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Posted in: Reviews, Wednesday 27th Apr 2016
Burial Ground - Blu-ray Review
Extras: Interview with Mikel Coven, Audio Commentary, Trailers, Deleted Scenes, Collectable Art Card, Reversible Sleeve
88 Films continue their impressive Blu-ray range with this celebrated shocker from Andrea Bianchi who will probably be best remembered for Strip Nude For You Killer. Remastered from the original 16mm negative Burial Ground is a gruesome piece of Italian horror has never looked better, and it’s here in its uncut form, but does it stand the test of time?