Saturday 2 July @ 2:45
Monday 4 July @ 2:30
Friday 1 July @ 13:00
Posted in: Features, Wednesday 29th Jun 2016
There is real bite to July’s line-up on Horror Channel, as killer sharks, a rampaging tiger, a family of cannibals, a vengeful Chupacabra and a wolf in serial killer clothing herald in a premiere-packed month on the UK’s only channel dedicated to the dark side.
There are four UK TV premieres: Jim Mickle’s brilliant re-imagining of Jorge Michel Grau’s Mexican art-house cannibal fantasy We Are What We Are, Greg McLean’s Wolf Creek 2, which sees the return of Australia’s most famed pig-shooting psycho, Carlos Brooks’ wonderful ‘Tiger in a House’ nerve-jangler Burning Bright and Alastair Orr’s Panamanian creature thriller Prey. Plus, there is the network premiere of
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Thursday 30 June @ 10:00
Thursday 30 June @ 13:00
Thursday 30 June @ 16:00
By Emily Booth, Wednesday 29th Jun 2016
No I’m not referring to the reality series (although the fact it exists at all is testament to our enduring morbid fascination with real animal attacks) but rather our heart pounding UK TV premiere Burning Bright this Saturday (July 2nd).
Now hear me out here because on paper this is not an easy sell. A man decides to turn his home into a safari park for some reason and buys his main ‘attraction’ a Bengal tiger (how one just buys a tiger is beyond me – but this is America after all) however with a hurricane fast approaching he boards his entire house up, with his two step – children ‘safe’ inside. Except they’re not alone. Somehow the extremely hungry tiger is trapped inside the house with them and has only one thing on its mind; m... »
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Posted in: Reviews, Wednesday 29th Jun 2016
The Ninth Configuration – Blu-ray review
Extras: Audio Commentary by Writer/Director William Peter Blatty and Mark Kermode, Killer Kane featurette - brand new interviews with writer/director/producer William Peter Blatty, actors Stacy Keach, Tom Atkins and Stephen Powers, composer Barry De Vorzon, production designer William Malley and art director J. Dennis, Archive featurette with Mark Kermode, Deleted Scenes and Outtakes.
William Peter Blatty’s The Ninth Configuration was originally released in 1980 to an incredibly mixed response. Its mixture of biting satire, brutal horrors of war and of life itself as well as surreal drama and confusing moments of comedy has earn
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