A collection of Bangladeshi folk horror stories that is impressively creepy and original.
Continuing our festival previews with a look at Sean Hogan’s relentlessly creepy slice of Folk Horror.
Unfairly demonised by Hollywood, the cat has carved out a place as a symbol of occult mystery and seductive evil in horror cinema.
Yakuza action meets gothic horror in a 1970s Japanese movie classic.
From drugged candy to kids bursting into flame, this year’s Halloween moral panics are well underway.
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 slick and stylish British TV series that mixed vampirism, spy drama and action is better than you might have been led to believe.
The fire-breathing, demonic monster that gripped the public consciousness in the 19th Century.
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.
Will the mystery of the man pursued by sex-hungry succubi at the end of the 1990s ever be solved?