By Dave Macleod, Monday 31st July 2017
To celebrate Horror Channel FrightFest 2017, taking place in London during the August Bank Holiday, Horror Channel is dedicating thirteen nights to past festival favourites. The channel will air the following six UK TV premieres: Luke Hyams's beastly X MOOR; David Keating's skin-crawling rural nightmare CHERRY TREE starring Anna Walton; Adam Mason's blood-freezing home invasion thriller HANGMAN; Jason Lei Howden's splatstick shocker DEATHGASM; Eli Roth's notorious post-modern celebration of the Italian cannibal genre THE GREEN INFERNO; and Gez Medinger & Robin Schmidt's intriguing existential horror AFTERDEATH.
The double bills, on every night from August 18th - 30th, starting from 9pm, also feature FrightFest crowd-pleasing classics such as Matthias Hoene's COCKNEYS VS ZOMBIES; Tommy Wirkola's DEAD SNOW 2: RED VS DEAD; Vincenzo Natali's HAUNTER; Kyle Rankin's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEB; and Tyler Shields's FINAL GIRL.
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Posted on Tuesday 20th June 2017
Horror Channel has five prime-time Saturday night film premieres in July including the UK premiere of Brad Parker's chilling disaster horror Chernobyl Diaries. The film is written and produced by Oren Peli, who first terrified audiences with his ground-breaking thriller Paranormal Activity.
There are also network premieres for Todd Lincoln's supernatural spine-tingler The Apparition, starring Tom Felton, Don Coscarelli's surreal cult classic Phantasm, David Jung's paranormal found-footage soul-shaker The Possession of Michael King and Andrew Paquin's murderous home-invasion debut Open House co-starring his sister Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer.
Which one will you be staying in for?
Our pr...SHARE: READ MORE Horror brings a Vincent Price classic to your screens this June plus 7 more premieres!
Posted on Friday 19th May 2017
Horror Channel has eight prime-time weekend film premieres in June including the UK premieres of Retreat, Carl Tibbets' 'menage a trois of terror' starring Thandie Newton, Cillian Murphy and Jamie Bell and R.D. Braunstein's smartly gripping I Spit On Your Grave 3: Vengeance Is Mine.
There are also network premieres for Jennifer Lynch's uncompromising and dark chiller Chained, William Malone's gruesome cyber thriller Feardotcom, starring Stephen Dorff and Natascha McElhone and Michael Reeves's highly acclaimed Witchfinder General, starring Vincent Price.
In a deadly virus catching month, other highlights are first channel showings for John Pogue's [REC] inspired scareline Quarantine 2: Termin...SHARE: READ MORE Look out Jack, Chucky's back! Everyone's "friend till the end" on Horror in May
Posted on Monday 24th April 2017
Horror Channel has eight prime-time weekend film premieres this May including the network premieres for Don Mancini's killer-dolls spin-off Seed Of Chucky (pictured), starring Brad Dourif, Jennifer Tilly and Billy Boyd, Xavier Gen's unsettling post-apocalyptic horror The Divide and the epic vampire-battling Daybreakers, starring Eithan Hawke and Willem Dafoe.
There are also UK premieres of Jose Manuel Cravioto's pulse-pounding thriller Bound To Vengeance and Mary Lambert's evil-spirited gripper Urban Legends: Bloody Mary. Other highlights are first channel showings for Stephen Kay's monster in the closet chiller Boogeyman, Jamie Blanks' teen slasher Urban Legend and Ryuhei Kitamura's mystery-man rampaging...SHARE: READ MORE 5 Things You Need to Know About 'Raw'
Posted on Friday 7th April 2017
Director Julia Ducournau's first-full length outing, Raw is a must-see.
The film, which centres on a young vegetarian university student who develops a taste for human flesh, is unlike anything you've seen in recent years. We caught up with Ducournau to discuss what you need to know about the ultra-realistic flick that has everyone talking.
1. It may not be as gory as you think
Its debut at the Toronto Film Festival last year garnered a wealth of media coverage, due to the films' seemingly graphic content resulting in paramedics reportedly being called after cinemagoers had fainted. When Julia heard the news, she was shocked. "I love mixing genres and I love balancing everything that I do, but I do no...
Posted on Tuesday 21st March 2017
Get ready for hooks, surgical knives and power saws as Horror Channel adds a cutting edge to April's schedule as the UK TV premiere of the Soska Sisters' See No Evil 2 heads up a season of contemporary slasher films.
The season also has the network premieres of Stewart Hendler's sadistically slick Sorority Row with Carrie Fisher, the darkly deranged Girlhouse, and Nelson McCormick's axe-crazy re-imagning of a stalk and slash classic, Prom Night.
See No Evil 2 on the 7th concerns a group of friends who pay a late-night visit to the city morgue to surprise Amy (Danielle Harris) on her birthday.
But the surprise is on them when the one-eyed corpse of brutal psychopath Jacob Goodnight (Glenn 'Kane' Ja...SHARE: READ MORE Bad Milo! and The Cottage amongst Horror Channel premieres for March.
Posted on Wednesday 22nd February 2017
Another amazing month of premieres awaits you in March as Horror has 9 fear-filled frighteners that will have you laughing and hiding in equal measure.
Dark laughs await on Friday 3rd at 10.55pm with the network premiere of Paul Andrew Williams' blood-drenched hostage thriller The Cottage, starring Andy Serkis, Reece Shearsmith and Jennifer Ellison. Feuding brothers David (Serkis) and Peter (Shearsmith) abduct a young woman (Ellison) and hole up in a remote rural cottage, But their hostage turns the tables and soon it's all for one when they find that the deranged farmer next door is the real threat. Hellraiser's Doug Bradley makes a cameo in this terror treat. There are also network premiere for Irish hit S...SHARE: READ MORE A season of Sci-Fear on Horror in February
Posted on Monday 23rd January 2017
No one will hear you scream on Saturday nights this February as Horror Channel launches a Sci-Fear Season with four ultimate science-fiction shockers, including the UK TV premiere of William Eubank's inventive and stylish fantasy head-trip The Signal starring Laurence Fishburne. There are also network premieres for Christian Alvart's Lovecraftian survival thriller Pandorum, starring Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster, and John Bruno's visually stunning chiller Virus, based on the comic book by Chuck Pfarrer. Plus there's another showing of eXistenZ, David Cronenberg's enigmatic body horror, starring Jude Law, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Willem Dafoe and Ian Holm.
The season runs from Saturday 4th February to 25th February a...SHARE: READ MORE Horror Channel to become the new exclusive UK TV home of the re-mastered "Star Trek: The Original Series"
Posted on Monday 19th December 2016
Horror Channel, owned by CBS Studios International and AMC Networks International, today announced that it will become the exclusive UK television broadcaster of Star Trek: The Original Series as of Wednesday, 4th January 2017.
Star Trek has aired on CBS Action, another member of the CBS UK channels portfolio since 2009, and its move to Horror Channel in 2017 comes as Horror Channel reinforces itself as the cult TV destination for the lovers of expertly curated horror and science-fiction. Star Trek will be played out every weeknight at 6:00pm with a following weekday repeat at 9:00am.
Mike Moriarty, President, AMC Networks International UK and Central Europe, said today: "We are pl...SHARE: READ MORE January is filled with premieres on Horror
Posted on Tuesday 13th December 2016
There are seven fearful film premieres on Horror Channel in January 2017, including the UK TV premiere of Ted Geoghegan's terrifyingly taut ghost story We Are Still Here, starring horror icon Barbara Crampton. There are also network premieres for Roman Polanski's supernatural biblical puzzler The Ninth Gate, starring Johnny Depp and Daniel Stamm's possession nightmare The Last Exorcism, produced by Eli Roth.
Horror Channel are also giving a UK TV premiere to Daniel Stamm's intriguing remake of 13 Beloved, 13 Sins, starring Ron Perlman. Other UK TV firsts include Quilez's Colombia-shot supernatural suspensor Out Of The Dark and Steve Wolsh's monster mayhem thriller Muck. Lluis David Brooks' siege thrill...SHARE: READ MORE Gallowwalkers and Matinee arrive on Horror this December
Posted on Saturday 26th November 2016
Andrew Goth's ambitious and disaster beset zombie cowboy feature (it started production in 2009) finally gets an outing on UK TV on Friday 16 December at 9pm, courtesy of Horror Channel.
Starring Wesley Snipes (who served a prison sentence soon after the film was completed) Gallowwalkers is a heady mix of Sergio Leone's Spaghetti Westerns, and Alejandro Jodorowsky's mystical cult classic El Topo. Set in a vast foreboding desert, we follow a cursed gunfighter Aman (Snipes) as he attempts to allude justice whilst killing the 'undead'. Prepare for surreal true grit, a shock bonanza, and a fistful of corpses. It also stars fellow hard-nuts Kevin Howarth and Patrick B...SHARE: READ MORE November contains even more surprises for you!
Posted on Tuesday 8th November 2016
We've already told you about the UK TV premiers for November but we've also a sheldload of Network Premieres for you too.
There's Wes Craven's demented classic The Hills Have Eyes, Leigh Janiak's acclaimed Honeymoon starring Harry Treadaway and Rose Leslie, John Grissmer's gloriously gruesome slice of '80s slasher, Blood Rage and Steve Miner's hilarious cult favourite House.
Here's the full skinny, as they say!
A coffin load of UK TV premieres this November on Horror
Wes Craven's superior shocker The Hills Have Eyes defined the VHS era for me, it was one of those movies you just had to see so you could talk about it at school! Well it comes to Horror on the 12th and has lost none of its impact. The Carters travel across the Californ...
Posted on Tuesday 1st November 2016
Horror Channel will be screening eleven weekend film premieres this month, including the UK TV premieres of Brandon Cronenberg's darkly disturbing skin crawler Antiviral, Tommy Wirkola's crowd-pleasing, carnage-driven Dead Snow 2: Red Vs Dead, Jon Knautz's demonic gem The Shrine, Tyler Shields's stylish mash-up of Scream and La Femme Nikita, Final Girl, and Ben Kital's underground possession thriller Beneath.
There are also network premieres for Matthias Hoene's ultra-splatter comedy horror Cockneys Vs Zombies starring Michelle Ryan, Wes Craven's demented classic The Hills Have Eyes, Leigh Janiak's acclaimed Honeymoon starring Harry Treadaway and Rose Leslie, John Grissmer's...SHARE: READ MORE PICK OF THE WEEK
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