British Horror Loves a Good Ghost Story

Tom Bielby takes a look at how stories of ghosts and the supernatural have been at the forefront of British horror throughout its fascinating history, from 1945's DEAD OF NIGHT through to the latest cinematic chiller, GHOST STORIES.

GHOST STORIES Review – In Cinemas 6th April

Based on their terrifying West End Play, Andy Nyman & Jeremy Dyson bring their horror anthology to the big screen. Prof. Goodman’s (Nyman) life takes an unexpected turn when he is challenged by a former mentor to investigate and resolve three unsolved hauntings.

Rigor Mortis (2013) | Review

Rigor Mortis begins with a corpse. A woman slain, as the remnants of her struggle appear scattered across the scene. The film opens with this very candid comment from the film’s principal character, a washed-up actor who is tired of smiling, and even more tired of life.

QUAIL HOLLOW Enters Post-Production

QUAIL HOLLOW, starring Marcia Do Vales (Ibiza Undead, Heretiks), Peyton Wich (Stranger Things, The Darkest Minds) and Thomas Francis Murphy (The Walking Dead, Mindhunter) has just wrapped a haunting shoot in Louisiana.

Supernatural Thriller THELMA Released

THELMA, from acclaimed director JOACHIM TRIER A supernatural thriller about a young woman who, on falling in love for the first time, discovers she has terrifying and inexplicable powers. When Thelma (EILI HARBOE), a shy...

PYEWACKET at Glasgow FrightFest

'To reverse the ritual - she must repeat it.'PYEWACKET, from director Adam Macdonald, is a brooding, flat-out frightening supernatural chiller from the producers of modern horror classics The Witch & The Void, featuring The Walking Dead’s Laurie Holden.