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Black Death (2010)
BLACK DEATH (2010)
Saturday 30th January
9.00 PM
From A House On Willow Street
FROM A HOUSE ON WILLOW STREET
Thursday 28th January
9.00 PM
Resident Evil
RESIDENT EVIL
Friday 29th January
9.00 PM
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Psychological thriller with Naomi Watts. While a fierce storm rages outside, a reclusive woman living with her catatonic son becomes convinced her house is haunted by the ghost of a young boy.
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Seventh Moon
SEVENTH MOON
Tonight on Horror
10.50 PM
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THE DEAD ZONE
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Horror Channel February premieres feature zombie action, bloodsucking comedy and Jet-Li heroics
Posted on 19th January 2021
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Horror Channel has three thrilling primetime Saturday night channel premieres in February including the UK TV premiere of Chee Keong Cheung's REDCON-1, a British zombie action epic, starring Mark Strange as a Special Forces operative battling a virus outbreak, Plus, there are Channel premieres for Eat Locals in which actor Jason Flemying makes his directorial debut with a bloodsucking comedy chiller featuring Mackenzie Crook, Dexter Fletcher and Annette Crosbie, and The One, James Wong's flashy superhero martial arts drama, starring Jet Li and Jason Stratham.

Other highlights for February include the John Carpenter remake of Village Of The Da... »

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From Jennifer Kent comes The Nightingale
Posted on 23rd January 2021
The Nightingale

Powerful Australian Western horror The Nightingale, the second feature from lauded director Jennifer Kent (The Babadook), premiered at Venice International Film Festival in 2018 and screened at Cannes Film Festival, provoking a strong reaction from critics and audiences alike. The Nightingale now arrives as a Limited-Edition Blu-ray box set from Second Sight Films on 8 February.

1825, the penal colony of Van Diemen's Land, or present-day Tasmania. Irish convict Clare Carroll (Aisling Franciosi) works as a servant for the British Colonial force detatchment led by Colonel Hawkins (Sam Claflin), but when unwanted advances result in a brutal, humiliating attack, Clare is dead set on revenge.... »

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Seventh Moon
SEVENTH MOON
Horror at 10.50 PM

Eduardo Sánchez (Blair Witch Project) directs this horror starring Amy Smart (Road Trip). An American couple visiting China are attacked by ghosts on the night of the 'Seventh Moon'.
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Interview with Scott Reiniger star of the original Dawn of the Dead
Posted on 15th November 2020
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On the eve of a stunning new 4K box set of George A Romero's Dawn of the Dead from Second Sight Films, we chat to one of its stars, Scott Reiniger about this incredible film.

HC: How did you first become involved with Dawn of the Dead?

SR: Well, I was in New York, I was a stage actor in New York and I went to college with Christine Forrest, who later became George's wife and she asked me if I wanted to audition for this film called Dawn of the Dead, she wanted to know if I knew who George Romero was and I said, "Yeah, he was the guy who directed Night of the Living Dead". So, they sent the script over and I read it and it was pr... »

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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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