The paranoid and conspiracy-driven films of America’s biggest fundamentalist production company.
A limited-edition collection of increasingly strong and adventurous Imperial Stouts with a horror movie theme – what’s not to like?
How the TV broadcast of the horror classic caused religious hysteria and fears of demonic possession.
A transitional album for the British folk-rock pioneers now comes in a posh expanded edition.
A horror film performed live via video conferencing that has more ambition than scares.
The horrific homemade costumes and cheap masks from the pre-corporate era of trick or treating.
A classic slice of retro Horror Rock from the legendary shock rocker.
The mysteries and frustrations of the here today, gone tomorrow world of online erotica.
A spooky, sexy collection of vintage Halloween glamour images.
Britain’s biggest horror film festival falls victim to the expanding Covid crisis.
The depressing rise of public shaming by the opportunistly outraged.
Over forty years on, John Carpenter’s Halloween remains the ultimate experience in relentless, terrifying horror cinema.