• The Titan

    THE TITAN
    Tonight at 9.00 PM

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    ODD THOMAS
    Saturday 24th April at 9.00 PM

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    LAKEVIEW TERRACE
    Sunday 25th April at 9.00 PM

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    PACIFIC HEIGHTS
    Thursday 29th April at 9.00 PM

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    HORROR HIGHLIGHTS
    This April on Horror

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    STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE
    Sci-Fi Zone

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    BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
    Weeknights at 8.00 PM

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    SLIDERS
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PICK OF THE WEEK
Resident Evil: Extinction
RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION
Wednesday 28th April
10.45 PM
Lakeview Terrace
LAKEVIEW TERRACE
Sunday 25th April
9.00 PM
Hostel: Part II
HOSTEL: PART II
Saturday 24th April
10.55 PM
TONIGHT AT PRIME TIME
Hostel
HOSTEL
Tonight on Horror at 10.55 PM

Extreme horror from director Eli Roth. Three American backpackers searching for fun in Slovakia find themselves dragged into a horrifying world of kidnapping and torture.
UPCOMING MOVIES
The Lost Future
THE LOST FUTURE
Today on Horror
3.00 PM
The Titan
THE TITAN
Tonight on Horror
9.00 PM
Hostel
HOSTEL
Tonight on Horror
10.55 PM
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Paranormal forces take over Horror Channel in May
Posted on 15th April 2021

Otherworldly forces take over Horror Channel with Supernatural Week, eight nights of ghostly scares highlighted by the Channel premieres of Paranormal Activity, and creepy body horror, It Follows.

The special event, running from Saturday 15 May - Saturday 22 May, also sees the return of genre favourites such as demon chiller Firstborn, John Carpenter's classic car-rage chiller Christine, the twisted supernatural gasper Sinister, the star-studded supernatural cult classic Flatliners, the paranormal chiller The Quiet Ones, and Sean Byrne's devastating ride into psychological trauma, The Devil's Candy.

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Yesssssss! The Ice Warriors to bring chills to vinyl
Posted on 14th April 2021
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Demon Records presents the narrated TV soundtrack of The Ice Warriors, a partially 'lost' six-part adventure set in a future Ice Age, starring Patrick Troughton as the Doctor.

The Doctor and his friends land on Earth in the future, and find it in the grip of a new Ice Age. They join a team of scientists struggling to hold back the huge glaciers that threaten all human life. A giant creature is discovered inside the ice and quickly comes to monstrous life - it's an Ice Warriors from Mars! It intends to find its crashed spaceship, where a whole crew of Warriors is waiting to be revived...

Presented across a trio of 140g Molten Ice vinyl discs, th... »

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Arctic Apocalypse
ARCTIC APOCALYPSE
Horror at 6.40 PM

Apocalyptic chills and thrills. When melting glaciers trigger an ice age across the Northern Hemisphere, a family tries to make their way out of the frozen wasteland they once called home.
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Interview with Gary J. Tunnicliffe, writer and director of Hellraiser: Judgement
Posted on 20th February 2021
Gary J. Tunnicliffe doing SFX make-up on the set of Hellraiser Judgement

Director and long-time Hellraiser franchise SFX artist Gary John Tunnicliffe has a new entry into the Hellraiser series for us all to enjoy, Hellraiser: Judgement. Here he chats about this gritty horror.

HC: Was there one person or film which inspired you to want to be in the effects industry?

GJT: I can't remember one film that directly inspired me to be in the effects industry, it would definitely have been around 1982 (when I was 14) when The Thing AND American Werewolf in London came out (as well as a mass of FX laden movies) but more than anything it was when s... »

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Darkroom - Blu-ray review
Posted on 18th January 2021
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88 Films
Certificate 15

88 Films continues to search out for forgotten shockers for their Slasher Collection and this time has unearthed a truly cheesy piece from 1989, Darkroom. Being produced by Nico Mastorakis, the guy who gave the world the censor bothering shocker Island of Death you'd expect it to be a wild and unflinching slasher. Instead, we get an above average slice and dice flick with plenty of set-ups but more considerate on the bloodletting.

The film begins with a brutal double axe slaying by an unknown murderer but who could this mad killer be? Why does he photograph his victims as they die? Most of all, what drives them to kill?

Directo... »

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