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.
Looking back at the films made with Borid Karloff by the reluctant horror film producer Val Lewton.
Looking at a pair of stories that revive a grand old tradition of stand-alone short fiction.
A complete visual history of the first explosion of horror movie magazines.
How Britain’s child-friendly film studio ventured into the supernatural and space travel without scaring the nippers – or the censors.
A ‘too good to be true’ offer – or was it?