Split delves into the mysterious depths of one man's fractured mind and this home release gives viewers a closer look at the movie with a never-before-seen alternate ending, deleted scenes, character spotlight, and a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film.
Kevin Crumb's (McAvoy) fra... »READ MORE » BACK TO TOP » SHARE: Coming soon - The FrightFest Guide To Monster Movies By James Whittington
Written by celebrated writer, editor and critic Michael Gingold, the book contains 200 of the most frightening, fantastical and fun monster film features. Starting in the silent era, it traces the history of the genre all the way through to the present day. The films are given detailed individual reviews, with fascinating... »READ MORE » BACK TO TOP » SHARE: Psychological terror at its best, don't miss this Pet By James Whittington
This haunting, psychological horror follows Seth, a lonely man working in an animal shelter. His monotonous routine is broken one day when he bumps into Holly, a girl from school who he soon becomes obsessed with. However, when she rejects his advances, Seth's obsession reaches a terrifying new level, with Holly hiding secrets of her own.
One of the best from Horror Channel FrightFest 2016, Written by Sylvain Runberg (Orbital) and illustrated by Jose Homs (L'Angelus) and Man, with an all-new translation by Rachel Zerner, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo: Millennium tells a story of violence and cruelty, family secrets and international intrigue, with deception and betrayal coiling around each corner.
Posted in: News, Saturday 4th Mar 2017 Presenting a new vision of the worldwide bestselling Millennium novels by Stieg Larsson, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo: Millennium is a serialized comic book adaptation of Lisbeth Salander's harrowing story published in English for the first time.
Written by Sylvain Runberg (Orbital) and illustrated by Jose Homs (L'Angelus) and Man, with an all-new translation by Rachel Zerner, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo: Millennium tells a story of violence and cruelty, family secrets and international intrigue, with deception and betrayal coiling around each corner.
Directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen pick up where the final film left off, plunging the viewer into the world of the wheezing, wrathful berserkers, as Martin (Connor Paolo from Stake Land), sets out to find truly nasty fanged fiend The Mother (Kristina Hughes), and discovers the vampires aren't his only problem in a world where survivors will do anything to get by.
Stake Land II hits DVD April 3rd.READ MORE » BACK TO TOP » SHARE: Horror Channel FrightFest is returning to Leicester Square for August event. By James Whittington
So now you can book your hotels/accommodation with complete confidence that your favourite UK fantasy and horror occasion is returning to the place you all loved the most.
Festival and day passes will be available from Saturday 1st July with single tickets later the same month. Ticket prices will be published in due course.
The Horror Channel FrightFest is where you will always find the unexpected, the surprising and the totally new. See you there in the Square for a f... »READ MORE » BACK TO TOP » SHARE: Earth: Final Conflict - Episode Update By James Whittington
Dubbed Celebrity Big Brother meets Friday the 13th, the gruesome slasher stars Jessica Ann Brownlie (Valley of the Witch), Jess Impiazzi (The Only Way Is Essex), Marcia do Vales (Ibiza Undead), Jessica Cameron (Truth or Dare), Akie Kotabe (Humans), Anthony Ilott (Wrong Turn 6), Ayvianna Snow (Heretiks) and Devora Wilde (Rush). It's directed by Dan Brownlie (Self-induced Nightmares, Serial Kaller).... » READ MORE » BACK TO TOP » SHARE: Anno Dracula - Comic book style! By James Whittington
The Anno Dracula series depict an alternate 19th-century history where the characters of Bram Stoker's Dracula fail to prevent Count Dracula's subjugation of Great Britain, creating a world where vampires are living amongst humans and a central part of society.
1895. Prince Dracula has ruled Great Britain for ten years, spreading vampirism through every level of society. On the eve of Dracula's Jubilee, radical forces gather to oppose the tyrant. Kate Reed, vampire journ... »READ MORE » BACK TO TOP » SHARE: Zombie cinema, Danish style! By James Whittington
A family of four is quarantined in their home as a mysterious virus spreads into town, transforming their friends and neighbours into zombies. As the military moves in to try and stem the outbreak, they are forced to the extreme in a struggle to escape alive.
Starring Benjamin Engell, Troels Lyby and Mille Dinesen, What We Become will be unleashed onto DVD 20th February thanks to Soda Pictures.READ MORE » BACK TO TOP » SHARE: Alien and Predator - The Collection! By James Whittington
Available only online, this superbly designed collection will include characters from every Alien and Predator movie released to date which is: Alien, Aliens, Alien 3, Alien Resurrection, Predator, Predator 2, Predators, Alien Vs Predator, Alien Vs Predator: Requiem and Prometheus.
Each detailed piece is hand painted in stunning detail, 1:16 scale which is roughly 14cm tall and contained in an exclusive collector's box.
Each month two figures will be released and for those who subscr... »READ MORE » BACK TO TOP » SHARE: Dare you visit Seoul Station? By James Whittington
As the sun sets around Seoul Station, an old man thought to have died sinks his teeth into the warm flesh of a homeless person. Soon, the streets are filled with vicious zombies desperate to feed.
Hae-sun, a runaway, witnesses the frightening sight while her father Suk-gyu and boyfriend desperately search for her. As the attacked become the attackers, the government declares a lock out of the station, leaving the uninfected to struggle desperately against the dangerous undead. With zombie numbers exploding, people without a home to re... »READ MORE » BACK TO TOP » SHARE: