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By Andreas Charalambous

We take a look at the dark horror anthology Asylum - One of many to come out of the 1970s from British production studio, Amicus.

By Andreas Charalambous

Before he rapped about getting down with the hounds of hell in Michael Jackson's Thriller, Vincent Price takes to the disco dance floor in this 1981 cheese-fest horror, The Monster Club.


Is it literally murder on the dance floor, or is this film worthy of 'Staying Alive'?


Sorry... I'll get my coat.

By Andreas Charalambous

At a time when werewolf films were being done to death, we look at Legend of the Werewolf and discuss why it stands up as a fine example of lycanthropic horror cinema.

By Andreas Charalambous

We take a look back at Duel. An unassuming 'made-for-tv' film directed by a young Steven Spielberg. Serving as his calling card to Hollywood, this is as interactive as a film could be and proof that sometimes the simplest concept is the most effective.

By Blake - October 5th 2013

Do you have a hankering for some undead mayhem?

Do you have Netflix?

Do you find it too much hassle searching for the right zombie to fit your mood?

Whether you're a shuffler or a sprinter, the end of the world is right in your hands.

What do you fancy?

By Andreas Charalambous

We have an exclusive chat with Paul Davis about his arrival on the British horror scene, agoraphobic serial killers, werewolves and his return to FrightFest 2013 with his latest film, The Body.

By Andreas Charalambous

Brooke Lewis has made a big impact as both an actress and a producer. Currently based in Hollywood, she established her own production company, Philly Chick Pictures. She soon found her inspiration in horror and introduced the world to Ms. Vampy.


We caught up with Brooke Lewis to talk about her passion for the horror genre, and the state the industry finds itself in today.

By Andreas Charalambous - 16th October 2013

Jeremy Dyson has made a substantial contribution to the British horror genre. Amongst other works as a successful screenwriter, Jeremy made up one quarter of the BAFTA award-winning The League of Gentlemen – a deliciously dark television comedy series. With Andy Nyman, he created and co-wrote the popular (and soon to be returning) West End theatre production, Ghost Stories.
He has also found success in the world of literature with numerous publications, including his latest ghostly offering – The Haunted Book.


We spent some time with Jeremy and discussed his love for the horror genre, his inspirations for his work and valuable advice for others wanting to establish a career in writing.

By Anthony Silver - 24th October 2013

Nicholas Vince played the iconic Chatterer Cenobite in Clive Barker's Hellraiser and Hellraiser II: Hellbound. He also starred as Kinski in Barker’s cult movie Nightbreed. He has contributed stories to the Hellraiser and Nightbreed comics, as well as creating the interview series, The Luggage in the Crypt.


Nicholas has now adapted two of his dark stories from his book What Monsters Do, for the stage and has brought them to life at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden as part of the London Horror Festival 2013.


We spent some time talking to Nicholas about his works in the genre and what the future has in store.

By Andreas Charalambous - 30th October 2013

We revisit Hellraiser. Clive Barker's Directorial debut is a film about the darker side of human nature - lust, pleasures of the flesh, and pain.


This dark, brooding horror film introduced us to the leather-clad Cenobites and the iconic Pinhead, as we are taken on a journey to the outer realms of human sensation.

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