Remembering the king of low-budget, high-concept straight-to-supermarket British horror.
Tag: true crime
Nikolas Schreck: Manson, Magic And Christopher Lee
Talking to the man behind The Manson File about his new edition of the book and other forthcoming publications.
Columbo Meets Charles Manson (And Solves The JFK Assassination)
A collection of strange tie-in novels in which the crumpled Lieutenant Columbo gets involved in real-life crimes, most notoriously the Manson Family murders.
Don’t Have Nightmares, Do Sleep Well: Why 1980s Crimewatch Is A Slice Of Social History
The BBC’s crime investigation reality show re-examined.
The Eternal Grift Of John Darwin
Britain’s most pathetic fraudster pensioner is off to fight in Ukraine with his life insurance fully paid up – what is there to be suspicious of?
Waldemar The Vampire: The Strange Case Of Waldemar Wohlfahrt And The Autobahnmörders
How a German playboy used the notoriety of being falsely accused of being a serial killer to become an unlikely 1970s celebrity.
Louise Woodward: The Making Of A Media Martyr
The conflicting evidence, lost facts, fervent nationalism and tabloid-driven hysteria surrounding one of the most notorious trials of the 1990s.
Taking The Pizza: What Really Happened At Woking’s Pizza Express?
In the week in which it was confirmed that Prince Andrew can be taken to court to answer sexual assault charges, it’s time to ask some pretty fundamental questions about the Duke’s main alibi.
These Are People Who Died 2021 Part Two: M – Z
Part two of our look back at those we lost during the last year.
These Are People Who Died 2021 Part One: A – L
Part one of our look back at those we lost during the last year.
Weegee’s New York
The unexpectedly charming travelogue by the world’s most notorious photojournalist.
Halloween Hammer: Hands Of The Ripper
Continuing our look at Hammer Horror with one of the company’s most impressive works from the 1970s.