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Hammer On Horror: The Gorgon
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Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and Patrick Troughton star in the Hammer Films shocker The Gorgon at 9pm. Villagers suffer a stoney fate when a Gorgon takes human form and takes to terrorising locals.
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FrigthFest Talks To Director Can Evrenol
Posted in: Frightfest, Wednesday 3rd Feb 2016

Can EvrenolAhead of the UK premiere screening of Baskin at the Glasgow Film Festival, FrightFest asked the director Can Evrenol a few pertinent questions.

FF: What were the challenges of elongating the Baskin short film ideas into a full feature?

CE: A brief history of Turkish genre cinema and the must-see movies virgins should see?

Please refer to the awesome award winning documentary Remake, Remix, Rip-Off (2014) for a brief history Turkish genre madness. Must see movies: Man Who Saves The World aka Turkish Star Wars, Tarkan vs Viking and Deathless Devil, tho be sure to have your fast forward button close. And last but not least Dort Yanım Cehennem whose English subtitles are done by Evrim Ersoy and I!»

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Booth's Blog: It’s All About Girls, Ghouls And Gore In February!
By Emily Booth, Friday 29th Jan 2016

Emily Booth Green Dress SmallAs some of you may know February marks the annual Women In Horror Month celebration spawned by Hannah Neurotica and her blog Ax Wound. For those who don’t know this is largely an American / Canadian affair but of course now the world is an online one anyone can get involved either directly by submitting their own female-inspired event or by simply having a look to see what events are being run all across the globe using the WIHM website.

For years women have of course been heavily involved in and influenced by the genre and I would say, looking at current festival and audience figures, the notion horror movies are targeted at teenage boys and their lusty urges is pretty much a thing of the past. Horror has grown up and is now one of the m ... »

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A Study In Terror
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Fact meets fiction in this compelling 1960s crime drama. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson join the hunt for the notorious serial killer, Jack The Ripper. (1965)
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Blood Moon - DVD Review
Posted in: Reviews, Tuesday 13th Oct 2015

Blood MoonBlood Moon - DVD Review


Certificate 15

There seems to be a bit of a rush of werewolf movies at the moment which is a good thing as I like these creature features no matter how predictable they can be. But what’s this? A werewolf movie set in the Wild West but shot in the UK? Surely this can’t work… can it?

Colorado – 1887. A stagecoach full of passengers is held hostage by two outlaws on the run from the law. But events take an unexpected turn when the group fall prey to a mythical creature known to locals as a skin walker to others a werewolf. They must settle their differences and combine their strengths if they’re going survive the night of a blood red moon.

Brimming with invention and smart direction from Jeremy Wooding, Blood Moon»

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