April is another very busy month on Horror.
Not only do we have our Season Of The Dead, which features deadly double-bills of some of the finest zombie gut-munching movies ever made but its also the month where you can catch more classic British horror as well as one of the bloodiest movies ever made.
Here's a brief look at the tasty pieces we have instore for you and don't forget to look out for infomation on our exclusive Horror Club coming very soon.
April 7th - Horrors Of The Black Museum
Fans of classic horror need to catch Horrors Of The Black Museum. Starring much missed actor Michael Gough it concerns a struggling thriller writer who hypnotises his assistant into committing murders so that he has real crimes to inspire his new book. Genuinely creepy this is Brit horror at its best.
April 14th - BloodRayne 3: The Third Reich
Controversial director Uwe Boll continues is back on Horror in April with the third instalment to hid blood-drenched franchise. In BloodRayne 3: The Third Reich sexy vampire warrior Rayne must take on the might of the nefarious Nazis when they plot to use her blood to make Hitler immortal.
April 21st - Theatre Of Death
Christopher Lee, Julian Glover and Lelia Goldoni star in the masterpiece Theatre Of Death this month. In this malicious mystery a police surgeon becomes embroiled in a macabre theatre show that could have links to grisly murders and features a particularly alluring performer.
April 28th – Adam Chaplin
If you fancy a gore-drenched genre-mash-up of traditional horror and head-exploding Manga-style action then Adam Chaplin is for you. Hailed as "the most bloody movie ever!" it features a vengeful Adam who summons a demon that grants him incredible dark powers.