The scary TV shows made for kids in the 1970s were unnervingly good at getting under the skin – and remain just as effective today.
The enhanced Mayhem screening of the Japanese classic is an interesting reinterpretation of the film.
The film version of Thomas Tyron’s bestseller has been unfairly overlooked by horror fans but the subtle chills still work today.
The problems in adapting a complex story for the screen laid bare in John Irvin’s messy, compromised version of Peter Straub’s magnificent novel.
The mockumentary ghost story from 2009 has found a new audience – and new relevance in a world where no one knows what is real and what is fake.
The BBC horror anthology serial is more interesting than the poor production values and theatrical performances make it seem.
The impressively creepy supernatural stories of the comedy legend.
The Italian gore maestro’s gothic spectacular is both grandiosely ambitious and irritatingly flawed.
Looking back at the wholesome period time travel ghost story that was once a Christmas TV regular.
How Britain’s child-friendly film studio ventured into the supernatural and space travel without scaring the nippers – or the censors.
Forget the awful Christmas movies that are TV staples these days, and instead enjoy some seasonal cheer and festive misery with these classics.