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Vault Of Horror - The Italian Connection from Demon Music hits the streets on December 8th and presents 20 of the most amazing film themes ever created. It comes with a stunning 12x12 collector's art print by legendary artist Graham Humphreys and we've got 5 signed prints to give away in this brand new competition.ENTER THE COMPETITION LATEST FEATURES HORROR CHANNEL DEVOTES NOVEMBER TO BLOODY BRITS AND RAMPAGING SHARKS!
Posted on 19th October 2017
November on Horror Channel has a distinctive cutting-edge with a Saturday night prime-time Bloody British Season, celebrating the new wave of British horror movies that reinvigorated the UK horror industry in the early 2000s. There are 9pm network premieres for Neil Marshall's sensational werewolf debut feature Dog Soldiers (2002) (Saturday 11th), his monstrous all-female star cast follow-up The Descent (2005) (Saturday 25th), Christopher Smith's underground ghost train journey through hell, Creep (2004) (Saturday 18th), and Nick Hamm's psychologically gripping The Hole (2001) (Saturday 4th), with Keira Knightley in her first significant film role.
And the cuts get deeper with a Sharkmania Marathon - a slew of six salt-water B-movie shockers on Su... »MORE FEATURES VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
I am genuinely so excited about the network premiere I'm about to talk about. It's a film that the critics enjoyed panning, but the fans loved. My recent Twitter-bate confirmed there's a lot of underground love for this strange, dark film. It started out as a grimy, pixelated survival horror game by Konami on the PS1 back in 1999, and it was revolutionary for being the first computer game experience that was genuinely psychological. It had the ability to be truly unnerving and unsettling, and I for one could not stop playing it. It's time for reality to literally crumble as we enter the world of Silent Hill.
Touted by many horror fans as the best ever game-to-film adaptation (a notoriously tricky route), Silent Hill was realised as a film in 2006 by director... »MORE FROM EMILY BOOTH ON HORROR TONIGHT
Posted on 16th November 2017
In 1957, Hammer's first ever horror film in colour was released: The Curse of Frankenstein. Its huge success spawned many more Hammer Horror films and the studio's domination of the horror genre, which was to last for a decade and a half.
So 60 years on, to commemorate this anniversary, Studiocanal and Park Circus, in conjunction with FrightFest, Scalarama and more tbc, are releasing brand new restorations of eight classic Hammer Horror titles at cinemas and on DVD/Blu-ray doubleplay.
From the gothic horrors Scars of Dracula, Blood From The Mummy's Tomb, Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde, Horror Of Frankenstein and psychological chillers Fear In The Night, Straight On Till Morning and Demons Of The Mind to Hammer's last horror f... »MORE NEWS SEASON ON HORROR BLOODY BRITISH
November on Horror Channel has a distinctive cutting-edge with a Saturday night prime-time Bloody British Season, celebrating the new wave of British horror movies that reinvigorated the UK horror industry in the early 2000s. There are network premieres for Neil Marshall's sensational werewolf debut feature Dog Soldiers; his monstrous all-female star cast follow-up The Descent, Christopher Smith's underground ghost train journey through hell, Creep; and Nick Hamm's psychologically gripping The Hole, with Keira Knightley in her first significant film role.