• The Frighteners

    THE FRIGHTENERS
    Saturday at 9.00 PM

  • Classic Monster Marathon

    CLASSIC MONSTER MARATHON
    Sunday 24th November from 1.00 PM

  • Tower Block

    TOWER BLOCK
    Friday 29th November at 9.00 PM

  • Sinister

    SINISTER
    Saturday 30th November at 9.00 PM

  • Horror Highlights

    HORROR HIGHLIGHTS
    November on Horror

  • Space: 1999

    SPACE: 1999
    New series on Horror

  • Star Trek: Voyager

    STAR TREK: VOYAGER
    Series

PICK OF THE WEEK
Age Of Ice
AGE OF ICE
Saturday 23rd November
6.55 PM
Star Trek: Voyager
STAR TREK: VOYAGER
Friday 29th November
7.00 PM
Lake Placid: The Final Chapter
LAKE PLACID: THE FINAL CHAPTER
Tuesday 26th November
9.00 PM
TONIGHT AT PRIME TIME
Wake In Fear
WAKE IN FEAR
Tonight on Horror at 11.15 PM

Dark thriller. A woman wakes bound and gagged in a motel room and she tries desperately to escape herĀ  fate at the hands of a psychotic killer.
UPCOMING MOVIES
Let Me In
LET ME IN
Tonight on Horror
9.00 PM
Wake In Fear
WAKE IN FEAR
Tonight on Horror
11.15 PM
Cherry Tree
CHERRY TREE
Tonight on Horror
12.50 AM
LATEST FEATURES
RENOWNED AUTHOR AND CRITIC KIM NEWMAN TAKES US ON A NOSTALGIC TRIP THROUGH HORROR CHANNEL'S CLASSIC MONSTER MARATHON DAY ON SUNDAY 24 NOVEMBER.
Posted on 19th November 2019

When Universal Pictures secured the rights to Bram Stoker's Dracula, the property had just been made popular by a Broadway theatre adaptation. Stage star Bela Lugosi got his career-making (and-defining) gig as the Count ('I... am... Dracula') because Lon Chaney, star of Universal's silent Phantom of the Opera and Hunchback of Notre Dame, had died and left a gap few thought anyone would ever fill. At the time, the industry classed Dracula as 'a mystery play', lumping it in with the old dark house spookiness of The Cat and the Canary. After the first talkie vampire became a big hit, folks started talking about 'horror films' and 'monster movies' - and the genre as we know it nearly ninety years later was founded. With Dr... »

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HORROR NEWS
THE WEB PLANET COMES TO VINYL FOR THE FIRST TIME
Posted on 11th November 2019

In the vintage 6-part Doctor Who adventure, The Web Planet which was first shown on BBC TV in February and March 1965, a strange magnetic force pulls the TARDIS down to the craterous surface of Vortis. The Doctor and his friends learn that the planet has been invaded, and the parasitic Animus is slowly enveloping it in a web-like domain. The giant ant-like Zarbi are under its control, whilst the butterfly-like Menoptra are battling to reclaim their planet.

Presented across 3 x heavyweight 180g pieces of pink vinyl, this narrated TV soundtrack evokes a classic Doctor Who adventure in all its aural magnificence. The alien ambience of Vortis, the insistent chirruping of the ... »

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ON HORROR TONIGHT
Star Trek - The Original Series
STAR TREK - THE ORIGINAL SERIES
Horror at 6.00 PM

Series 3, Episode 13.
The original Star Trek series, digitally remastered. Kirk is bodyguard to a spoiled princess on the way to a peace conference. Oh yes, and that's when the Klingons attack.
LATEST INTERVIEW
INTERVIEW WITH CAMERON MACGOWAN, DIRECTOR OF RED LETTER DAY
Posted on 1st November 2019

FrightFest 2019 exposed a lot of new talent in the movie industry and one of the stand-out pieces was Red Letter Day from Cameron Macgowan.

HC: Where did the idea for Red Letter Day come from and did it take long to write?

CM: I have long been a fan of the 'Humans Hunting Humans' subgenre of film (Battle Royale, The Running Man, Hard Target, etc.) and was inspired to set one of these films in what many people consider the 'safe' location of the suburbs. Suburban communities feel like the perfect setting for a horror film as you can walk for miles without seeing a single soul all while knowing that you are surrounded by many people. This mixed with a desire to satirise the current socio-political climate ... »

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Classic Monster Marathon CLASSIC MONSTER MARATHON

Sunday 24th November from 1.00 PM

On Sunday 24th of November, Horror Channel is celebrating the beginnings of cinema horror with a Classic Monsters Marathon.

Kicking off at 1pm, it features some of the most iconic monster movies of all-time, including: Ted Browning and Karl Freund's Dracula, starring Bela Lugosi as the infamously seductive Count, James Whale's genre-defining Frankenstein, starring Boris Karloff, Karl Freund's mesmerising The Mummy, with Boris Karloff further establishing himself as one of the great horror stars in film history, The Wolf Man, with Lon Chaney, Jr. as the original werewolf and the pulp horror classic Creature from the Black Lagoon.



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LATEST REVIEW
GHOSTLAND - MUSIC FROM THE MOTION PICTURE
Posted on 18th October 2019
Ghostland - Music from the Motion Picture
Georges Boukoff, Anthony d'Amario and Ed Rig
The Omega Productions Records

Pascal Laugier's Ghostland (known in the UK as Incident in a Ghostland) was one of the highlights of FrightFest 2018 and proved once and for all that this director was a master of the sinister and murky.

Produced ten years after Martyrs, the movie was more considered in its tension building and was in its strange way a contained a classic fairy tale structure.

The movie concerns the aftermath of a brutal home invasion experienced by Beth along with mother and sister Vera. Forward a few years and Beth is now a horror novelist and has found solace in her w... »

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