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    CHERNOBYL DIARIES
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    THE HIKE
    Tuesday 10th October at 10.45 PM

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    MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE
    Saturday 14th October at 9.00 PM

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    Wednesday 25th October at 9.00 PM

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    Saturday 28th October at 9.00 PM

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Hostel
HOSTEL
Wednesday 27th September
10.45 PM
Terrordactyl
TERRORDACTYL
Saturday 30th September
6.30 PM
Grabbers
GRABBERS
Wednesday 4th October
10.50 PM
TONIGHT AT PRIME TIME
Star Trek: Voyager
STAR TREK: VOYAGER
Tonight on Horror at 7.00 PM

Series 5, Episode 20.
The USS Voyager has become stranded 70,000 light-years from home. Voyager is ambushed by a race known as the Hazari with no way of escape...
UPCOMING MOVIES
The Skull
THE SKULL
Today on Horror
11.00 AM
Planet Of The Sharks
PLANET OF THE SHARKS
Today on Horror
4.00 PM
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DRAG ME TO HELL, STARRY EYES AND BLACK SHEEP AMONGST NINE PRIME-TIME FILM PREMIERES ON HORROR CHANNEL IN SEPTEMBER
Posted on 20th August 2017

Horror Channel has nine prime-time film premieres in September including the UK premiere of Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer's stunning contemporary occult tale of Hollywood ambition and possession, Starry Eyes.

There are also network premieres for Sam Raimi's ferociously terrifying Drag Me To Hell, Eli Roth's splatter sensation Hostel, Mike Mendes' ultimate B-Movie experience Big Ass Spider, Jonathan King's zombie sheep gore comedy Black Sheep, James Wan's creepy killer-doll horror Dead Silence, starring True Blood's Ryan Kwanten, Robert Longo's cyberpunk action thriller Johnny Mnemonic, starring Keanu Reeves, Bryan Bertnia's home-invasion chiller The Strangers, starring Liv Tyler and John Carpenter's high-kicking fantasy thriller Big Trouble ... »

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Back in 1995, the year 2021 seemed thankfully such a long way off. As the millennium dawned ever closer and prophecies of doom and demise were thrown around we reacted the only way we know how. With movies! The 90's saw a slew of paranoia fueled films exploring the increasing interfacing of humans with information technology, as for the first time in history the internet came to define and control our lives. The Lawnmower Man ('92), Hackers ('95), Strange Days ('95), Existenz ('99), and of course the daddy of the cyberpunk bunch - The Matrix ('99). But surely there was nothing to truly worry about, right? The Future's not here yet?! Well, according to our dystopian thriller on Friday, it'snow only four years away. Eek.

Johnny Mnemonic; a ... »

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Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus
MEGA SHARK VS. CROCOSAURUS
Horror at 9.00 PM

Wry sci-fi action. When a gargantuan megalodon and crocosaurus threaten the world with total destruction, the US Army is all that stands in their way.
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EIGHT CLASSIC DOCTOR WHO TITLES ARE COMING TO VINYL
Posted on 19th September 2017

Silva Screen Records are set to release eight Doctor Who scores onto vinyl and have announced the first two titles which come from opposite ends of the classic series' original run, The Daleks and Survival.

The Daleks was the second Doctor Who story and was originally broadcast in 1963 with music by Tristram Cary. Cary was a pioneer in the field of electronic music, and served as a wartime naval officer specialising in radar and electronics. He combined a career at the cutting edge of experimental music with works for cinema (The Ladykillers), television and radio. The Daleks made their debut just before Christmas 1963 and Cary's music was composed to script as several atmospheric pieces for specific scenes and situations. These were then played live into ... »

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