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Posted on 24th May 2022
Horror Channel is moving to a new home on Freeview, find us on channel 41 from the 25th May 2022.
Go to Freeview for more information on how to continue watching.» MORE HORROR FEATURES TRAILERS HORROR NEWS Hellbender score to be released on vinyl later in the year
Posted on 7th June 2022
Ship to Shore Phono Co. is to release the original soundtrack to the folk-horror film Hellbender!
Growing up is hell! Young teenager Izzy and her mother have an isolated existence in their secluded home deep in the mountainous woods, living as one with nature and passing the time playing in their two-woman band H6LLB6ND6R. Izzy has an immunodeficiency disorder which prohibits her from seeing other people, but when she encounters a lost hiker on one of her woodland treks it kickstarts a chain of events which reveals the dark truth behind her segregation from civilisation.
Mixing authentic old school witchcraft with modern coming-of-age drama, the film-making Adams Famil... »MORE HORROR NEWS ON HORROR TONIGHT
Posted on 29th April 2022
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 ... »MORE HORROR INTERVIEWS SEASON ON HORROR THE VINTAGE VAULT
Sunday nights at 9.00 PM
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 by drive-in favourite The Blob, starring Steve McQueen. Finally on Sunday June 26th, a Terence Fisher double-bill as the hypnotically sensual and gory Dracula (1958) swoops onto the channel. This adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic launched Cushing and Christopher Lee into global stardom. This is followed by Fisher's equally successful adaptation of the classic Universal monster movies, The Revenge of Frankenstein, again starring the incomparable Peter Cushing.MORE INFO
LATEST REVIEW Dashcam - Film review
Posted on 4th June 2022 Dashcam Momentum Pictures Certificate 18 Limited cinema release
In 2020 Rob Savage took the found footage drama and dragged it into the 21st century with Host, a gripping and truly chilling paranormal take on the online meeting format. Filled with wit, invention and some terrific jump scare, the movie become a huge hit. Now Savage is back with Dashcam, another take on online horror, this time though he's ramped it up to 11 and delivered a bold, brutal and brilliant piece of horror.
Annie Hardy is on a crazy horror road trip to the UK to meet up with her old music partner, Stretch (Amar Chadha-Patel). After upsetting his partner and stealing his car, Annie... »MORE HORROR REVIEWS