• Horror Highlights

    HORROR HIGHLIGHTS
    This May on Horror

  • The Vintage Vault

    THE VINTAGE VAULT
    Sundays at 9.00 PM in May

  • Bloodline

    BLOODLINE
    Saturday 28th May at 10.50 PM

  • The Last Days On Mars

    THE LAST DAYS ON MARS
    Tuesday 31st May at 9.00 PM

  • Extant

    EXTANT
    Weeknights on Horror

  • Farscape

    FARSCAPE
    Sci-Fi Zone on Horror

PICK OF THE WEEK
Extant
EXTANT
Friday 27th May
7.00 PM
Viral
VIRAL
Tuesday 24th May
9.00 PM
Quatermass And The Pit
QUATERMASS AND THE PIT
Sunday 29th May
6.30 PM
TONIGHT AT PRIME TIME
Alien Siege
ALIEN SIEGE
Tonight on Horror at 6.50 PM

Thrilling sci-fi action. When an alien ship destroys the White House, residents of a small town must come together and fight an extraterrestrial army to save the President - and the country.
UPCOMING MOVIES
Meteor Apocalypse
METEOR APOCALYPSE
Today on Horror
8.00 AM
It Came From Beneath The Sea
IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE SEA
Tonight on Horror
10.35 PM
Iron Sky
IRON SKY
Tonight on Horror
12.10 AM
LATEST FEATURE
Horror Channel continues to unlock The Vintage Vault this June with Sunday night classic genre double-bills
Posted on 19th May 2022
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This June, Horror Channel once again journeys into the history of genre cinema with The Vintage Vault, presenting double-bills of classic sci-fi and horror films every Sunday night.

The vault is unlocked on Sunday June 5th with Nathan Juran's Ray Harryhausen inspired 20 Million Miles to Earth. This is paired with Fred F. Sears' rampaging alien bird yarn The Giant Claw. Then on Sunday June 12th, we have The Monolith Monsters, in which the world is attacked by thirsty giant crystals, followed by the beastly mutant classic The Deadly Mantis.

On Sunday June 19th, the brilliantly lurid The Curse of Frankenstein (1957), directed by Terence Fisher, hits our screens, followed ... »

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Ever wanted to see what Sense-Sphere Marble Vinyl looked like?
Posted on 19th May 2022
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"They are hostile, these Sensorites, but in the strangest possible way..."

Demon Records presents a narrated TV soundtrack from the very first series of Doctor Who, The Sensorites starring William Hartnell as the Doctor.

The TARDIS lands on board a spaceship, in orbit around a planet known as the Sense-Sphere. The Doctor and his companions learn that the human crew have been imprisoned on their craft by the Sensorites, who blame them for the introduction of a fatal disease. When the Sensorites steal the TARDIS lock, the travellers are forced to go with the aliens to their planet and attempt to broker peace between the races. But ... »

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Revenge of the Creature
REVENGE OF THE CREATURE
Horror at 9.00 PM

Classic horror sequel. A giant creature is captured and put on display in an aquarium, but soon breaks free and goes on a rampage after kidnapping a scientist he has fallen in love with.
LATEST INTERVIEW
Interview with Stewart Sparke, director of Book of Monsters
Posted on 29th April 2022
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A birthday bash becomes a bloodbath when monsters escape from a supernatural storybook, leaving a group of teenagers to fight for their lives and shut the party down in the UK TV premiere of Book of Monsters on May 16th on Horror. We chatted to its director, Stewart Sparke about this fun, retro-filled fright-fest.

HC: Did you know from a young age that you wanted to be a film director?

SS: I remember first realising that I wanted to make films during one of many viewings of The Mummy (1999) on VHS in my bedroom on an old 15" TV. I became quite obsessed with the film and tried to make all my friends come over to watch it ... »

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The Vintage Vault THE VINTAGE VAULT

Sunday nights at 9.00 PM in May

Starting in May, Horror Channel journeys into the history of genre cinema with The Vintage Vault, which will present double-bills of classic sci-fi and horror films every Sunday night.

The season premieres on Sunday May 1st with The Invisible Man, in which Claude Rains delivers a remarkable performance in his screen debut. This is paired with Bride Of Frankenstein, the celebrated sequel to the 1931 classic with Boris Karloff reprising his role as the monster. Then on Sunday May 8th, we have Christy Cabanne's frightening chiller masterpiece The Mummy's Hand, followed by Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman, featuring the original Wolfman, Lon Chaney, Jr. and Bela Lugosi as Frankenstein's monster.

On Sunday May 15th the heart-pounding Alien invasion classic It Came From Outer Space, hits our screens, followed by pulp-horror favourite Tarantula. Sunday May 22nd brings us Revenge Of The Creature, the sequel to Universal's fabulously successful The Creature from the Black Lagoon, twinned with mutant octopus-rampaging It Came From Beneath The Sea. Finally, on Sunday May 29th, Fred F. Sears' saucer-invading caper Earth Vs The Flying Saucers, crash lands on the channel, followed by the subterranean monster thriller The Mole People.

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LATEST REVIEW
Wyrmwood: Apocalypse - Blu-ray review
Posted on 30th April 2022
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101 Films
Certificate 18
***

Zombie cinema is a genre that's literally dying on its feet. Restrained by its own concept strong or original movies of the undead are few and very far between. The TV series The Walking Dead and all its spin-offs has ensured that every possible avenue of interest or uniqueness has been followed. Wyrmwood: Apocalypse is a brutal and bloody entry and attempts to deliver a more violent and relevant to today's de-sensitised audience.

In a zombie infested Australian wasteland, hard-edged soldier Rhys (Luke McKenzie) - who uses zombies as fuel for his barbie - dedicates his days to tracking down and capturing s... »

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