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By Andreas Charalambous - 3rd November 2013

With Nosferatu currently being screened as part of the BFI's Gothic: The Dark Heart of Film, we look back at this classic example of early horror cinema.


Heavily influenced by Bram Stoker's Dracula novel, we look at why this film should stand up by its own merits.

By Andreas Charalambous - 7th November 2013

Theatre of Blood is a unique film starring the genre great, Vincent Price.


The thespian Edward Lionheart has had one performance panning too many from theatre critic circles, and exacts a unique and unforgiving revenge while at the same time, taking his acting performances to new murderous heights.


This truly is Vincent Price as never seen before.

By Andreas Charalambous - 11th December 2013

Following our recent review of Blackwood – a haunting, supernatural thriller - we catch up with the film's award-winning British TV director, Adam Wimpenny


In this exclusive interview with Adam, we discuss the film and his experience in the making and reception of Blackwood since its premiere.

By Andreas Charalambous - 19th December 2013

It’s that time of year where we can take some time off work to be with friends and family to eat, drink and sleep too much, and watch tv to our heart’s content without the slightest hint of guilt. Part of the festive season is the watching of endless, cheesy Christmas films, and the relief that you won’t need to watch them again for another year.


However, for those of us who may crave an alternative to such Christmassy viewing pleasures, it’s a good time of year to watch some Christmas-themed horror films – the perfect combination!


We offer a few recommendations of Festive Frights for your consideration.

By Andreas Charalambous - 2nd January 2014

The driving forces behind Cryptic Pictures, Mark Ricche and Christian Stavrakis speak exclusively about their award-winning film, Mortal Remains, and their close collaboration with in bringing Mortal Remains to London for its international premiere.

By Andreas Charalambous - 2nd January 2014

Since first playing at the Liverpool Playhouse in early 2010, Ghost Stories has developed into a theatrical phenomenon, enjoying sell-out runs in the theatre heartland of London's West End before ending its run in July 2011.


Following its export to foreign shores, Ghost Stories is about to return to London for another terrifying run.


We speak exclusively to the show's co-creator Andy Nyman on the return of this truly unique and chilling theatrical experience.


We have been warned.

By Andreas Charalambous - 9th January 2014

Suze Lanier-Bramlett has had a fascinating acting career, playing roles in a variety of productions. Starring as female lead, Brenda Carter in 1977’s cult classic The Hills Have Eyes – directed by Wes Craven – Suze became an instant horror genre favourite.



We talk exclusively with Suze who tells us of her experiences in starring in a horror classic, as well as finding out about her more recent projects.

By Charlotte Castle - 26th March 2014

A 2008 French horror film by Pascal Laugier Martyrs is a gruesome tale of torture, cruelty and suffering to the human limits.


A film that is challenging to watch, even for those who enjoy watching extreme horror cinema.

By Andreas Charalambous - 3rd June 2014

Stef Hutchinson is a man of many talents. As well as writing, producing and directing Halloween: 25 Years of Terror, the video documentary on John Carpenter's genre classic, he is also responsible for writing a series of well-received horror comic titles - including a series based on Halloween.


We speak exclusively with Stef on his passion for horror films and comics.

By Ross Wildish - 27th July 2014

2002 saw the release of Neil Marshall's Dog Soldiers - the tale of a group of British soldiers on a routine military exercise in the Scottish wilderness.


Things soon take a lycanthropic twist, as this isn't the enemy the soldiers planned on fighting.

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