Anno Dracula 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem collection

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Just in time for the festering season our good friends at Titan Comics have collected together all five issues of Kim Newman and Paul McCaffrey’s Anno Dracula 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem comics… Continue reading

Strangled (AKA A Martfui Rem, 2016)

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Based upon a true set of events (known as the Monster of Martfu killings), the action inĀ  Strangled takes place in the rural Hungarian town of Martfu. In 1958 Akos Reti (Gabor Jaszberenyi)… Continue reading

New Fears Edited by Mark Morris

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One of the must have staples for horror fans growing up in the 1960s and 1970s were the annual Pan Book of Horror Stories edited by Herbert Van Thal. Packing the very best… Continue reading

Dark Circus London Premiere

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OK I have to fess up, that as the movie’s Twitter ringmaster, I had more than just a casual interest Julia Ostertag’s occult urban fantasy Dark Circus so I was really excited when… Continue reading

Predator (1987) back in UK and Irish Cinemas

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It’s hard to believe that John McTiernan’s Predator is now 30 years old. To celebrate this anniversary Predator is being re-released in British and Irish cinemas. Having missed the big screen experience first… Continue reading

La Virgen Descalza Crowdfunding

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La Virgen Descalza is a short psychological horror film written and directed by Lone Fleming, based upon her own novel The Discalced Virgin. The film tells the story of Leonor who on the… Continue reading

Batman Vs. Two-Face (2017)

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As someone who grew up in the 1960s one of my favourite Gothic gateways was the Adam West Batman series. It had everything a darkling child could possibly want; a masked hero, sinister… Continue reading

Father of Lies at the London Horror Festival

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The final show we took in at this year’s London Horror Festival was Father Of Lies from writer performers Sasha Roberts and Tom Worsley of Bete Noir Productions, and I think we may… Continue reading

The Raven at the London Horror Festival

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Strictly speaking the performance we saw wasn’t, as we caught The Raven at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden a week after Simon James Collier’s adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous piece of… Continue reading

At Dawn They Sleep (1999) From the Bargain Basement of Terror

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Every now and then the Bargain Basement of Terror throws up a little gem, At Dawn they Sleep wasn’t although it did contain a lot of throwing up. Producer/Writer/Director Brian Paulin and Rich… Continue reading

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