• Howl

    HOWL
    Tonight at 9.00 PM

  • The Resident

    THE RESIDENT
    Friday 5th March at 9.00 PM

  • Wolves

    WOLVES
    Sunday 7th March at 9.00 PM

  • Triangle

    TRIANGLE
    Thursday 11th March at 9.00 PM

  • The Green Inferno

    THE GREEN INFERNO
    Friday 12th March at 10.50 PM

  • 30 Days Of Night

    30 DAYS OF NIGHT
    Saturday 13th March at 10.45 PM

  • Vampire Week

    VAMPIRE WEEK
    Saturday 20th March at 9.00 PM

  • Cell

    CELL
    Saturday 20th March at 9.00 PM

  • Rollerball

    ROLLERBALL
    Monday 22nd March at 9.00 PM

  • Freaks Of Nature

    FREAKS OF NATURE
    Thursday 25th March at 9.00 PM

  • Horror Highlights

    HORROR HIGHLIGHTS
    March on Horror

  • Serenity

    SERENITY
    This March on Horror

  • Star Trek: Enterprise

    STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE
    Sci-Fi Zone

  • Battlestar Galactica

    BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
    New Series from 24th March

  • Andromeda

    ANDROMEDA
    Series on Horror

PICK OF THE WEEK
Exorcist: The Beginning
EXORCIST: THE BEGINNING
Monday 8th March
9.00 PM
The Resident
THE RESIDENT
Friday 5th March
9.00 PM
Shed Of The Dead
SHED OF THE DEAD
Monday 1st March
9.00 PM
TONIGHT AT PRIME TIME
Howl
HOWL
Tonight on Horror at 9.00 PM

Fantasy horror starring Shauna Macdonald (The Descent). Passengers on a train must band together in order to survive when a mysterious creature attacks.
UPCOMING MOVIES
Warbirds
WARBIRDS
Today on Horror
8.00 AM
Bermuda Tentacles
BERMUDA TENTACLES
Today on Horror
3.00 PM
The Day The Earth Stopped
THE DAY THE EARTH STOPPED
Today on Horror
4.50 PM
LATEST FEATURES
Horror Channel bares its teeth in March with Vampire Week
Posted on 16th February 2021

Time to get the garlic out as Horror Channel presents Vampire Week, a bitefest of vampire movies from 13 - 19 of March, led by the channel premiere of 30 Days Of Night, David Slade's savage riff on the vampire myth, starring Josh Hartnet and Melissa George.

There are also classics and cult favourites to sink your teeth in to, including Matt Reeves' critically-acclaimed vampire fantasy Let Me In, and Tom Holland's voracious teen vampire hit Fright Night, John Carpenter's Vampires, a horror Western starring James Woods, as a vengeful, stake-wielding bloodsucker hunter, and Francis Ford Cappolas powerful Bram Stoker's Dracula, starring Gary Oldman as the im... »

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Enjoy retro-sci-fi-fun with They Came from Beyond Space
Posted on 23rd February 2021
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STUDIOCANAL presents a brand-new restoration of the Amicus Productions' cult 60s sci-fi horror They Came from Beyond Space from the legendary director of The Evil of Frankenstein and Dr Terror's House of Horrors, Freddie Francis. Available to buy on Blu-ray for the first time and on DVD and digital formats from 8th March.

Starring Robert Hutton, Jennifer Jayne, Zia Mohyeddin and Bernard Kay the movie was written by Milton Subotsky, the acclaimed screenwriter of Dr Who and the Daleks and Tales from the Crypt, adapted from the book 'The Gods Hate Kansas' by Joseph Millard. An enjoyably camp B-movie, the Amicus producers followed in the tradition o... »

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Tales From The Darkside
TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE
Horror at 8.30 PM

Series 3, Episode 22.
Horror anthology series produced by George A. Romero. Irene and Jim discover that their new radio allows them to tune into their neighbours' house - but does it work both ways?
LATEST INTERVIEW
Interview with Chee Keong Cheung, director of Redcon-1
Posted on 17th February 2021
Director Chee Keong Cheung

Fast-paced British zombie thriller, Redcon-1 will be having its UK TV premiere on Horror on Saturday 20th February so we decided to chat with its writer and director Chee Keong Cheung about this acclaimed movie.

HC: Where did the idea for Redcon-1 come from and are you a fan of zombie movies?

CKC: I'm a huge fan of the zombie genre and in particular, Danny Boyle's '28 Days Later', Zak Snyder's 'Dawn of the Dead' and of course George Romero's original works which helped to pave the way for the genre and was a real inspiration for me growing up. I remember watching 'Saving Private Ryan' and 'Black Hawk Down' on TV and had always been drawn to the men on a m... »

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Vampire Week VAMPIRE WEEK

13-19th March at 9.00 PM

Time to get the garlic out as Horror Channel presents Vampire Week, a bitefest of vampire movies from 13 - 19 of March, led by the channel premiere of 30 Days Of Night, David Slade's savage riff on the vampire myth, starring Josh Hartnet and Melissa George.

There are also classics and cult favourites to sink your teeth in to, including Matt Reeves' critically-acclaimed vampire fantasy Let Me In, and Tom Holland's voracious teen vampire hit Fright Night, John Carpenter's Vampires, a horror Western starring James Woods, as a vengeful, stake-wielding bloodsucker hunter, and Francis Ford Cappolas powerful Bram Stoker's Dracula, starring Gary Oldman as the immortal Count. Also, Paul Bettany is in fine vampire-killing form in Priest, and a vampire-diseased Milla Jovovich fights for her life in martial-arts futurist thriller Ultraviolet.

Plus, the Brits sharpen their stakes with Tom Paton's nerve-shredding Redwood, a fresh spin on the creature-in-the-woods mythology, and Eat Locals in which actor Jason Flemying makes his directorial debut with a bloodsucking comedy chiller featuring Mackenzie Crook, Dexter Fletcher and Annette Crosbie.

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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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