Only Lovers Left Alive is another in a long line of contemporary films that attempt to reinvent the conventions of the vampire.
With many a modern vampire film failing to capture the audience's imagination, does Only Lovers Left Alive succeed where others have failed?
By Charlotte Castle - 29th October 2014
Starring the likes of Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Boris Karloff, The Comedy of Terrors is a slapstick horror-comedy that has always been regarded as a genre favourite by many for its morbid humour.
Arrow Video now presents The Comedy of Terrors in all its High Definition glory.
By Andreas Charalambous - 14th February 2015
By Andreas Charalambous - 5th October 2015
Arriving just in time for Halloween, The Houses of Halloween is a remarkably effective 'found footage' film that is creepy and frightening in equal measures.
A group of friends document their search for extreme scares in the world of American haunted house attractions.
By Andreas Charalambous - Updated: 12th October 2015
Set in the 1970s, The Enfield Haunting is a three-part television drama based on the infamous and well-documented true case of a violent poltergeist that distresses a long-suffering family in their home in a north London suburb.
By Ross Wildish - 31st October 2015
On the night of All Hallow's Eve, Tales of Halloween takes us into an American suburb for a veritable feast of spooky goings-on.
Featuring some of the most established names in the genre today, is this a return to form for the classic horror portmanteau?