Continuing our Halloween month of Hammer Horror with their often-misunderstood take on the Countess Bathory legend.
The often-derided 1973 two-part TV adaptation of the classic story is more interesting than critics give it credit for.
The sinister and creepy 1976 home movie from the man behind The Wrong Trousers.
The God of Hellfire returns with a new, all-star version of his classic hit song.
Joe Dante’s most biting satire of suburban America sadly loses its nerve at the last minute and becomes as reactionary and curtain-twitching as its central characters.
Peter Cushing’s secret shame is a more interesting film than most people might expect.
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.
A limited-edition collection of increasingly strong and adventurous Imperial Stouts with a horror movie theme – what’s not to like?
The most notorious shockumentary of the 1970s gets an unexpected Hollywood makeover.
A selection of predictably hysterical and ill-informed British TV documentaries and discussion shows from the height of the Video Nasty moral panic.
Looking back at the short series of underrated and provocative films that Boris Karloff made for Columbia Pictures at the start of the 1940s.
The perils of letting a frumpy film critic influence your way of thinking.