The Vault of Horror: A Dr. Terror Retrospective
Graham Le Neve Painter reopens The Vault of Horror with the creative team behind BBC horror host Dr. Terror; entering the mouldering tomb via a two-part retrospective on the 1992 Hallowe’en special and ensuing Friday night frights…​
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Local Gothicism: The Everyday Horrors of Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith
Sophia Adamowicz explores the distinctive blend of the macabre and the mundane in the work of The League of Gentlemen’s long-standing writing and acting partners.
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Don't Look Now: Horror as High Art
Horrified's Jane Nightshade explores the rich, red tapestry of horror that is Nicolas Roeg's 1973 classic, Don't Look Now...
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12-Note Lizzie, the Horror Queen: Elisabeth Lutyens’ British Horror Legacy
A whistle-stop tour of avant-garde composer Elisabeth Lutyens’ musical scores for British horror cinema giants Hammer and Amicus...
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Tyranny, Patriarchy and Coercion: Ritual Control in A Dark Song
Joe Howsin explores Liam Gavin's 2016 British horror, A Dark Song for Horrified...
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Hell Hath Fury: The ‘horror illuminatum’ of Garth Marenghi's Darkplace
Exploring the potential influences and ways in which genre and horror fiction are used and referenced in the classic comedy/meta series...
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A Bloodcurdling Cacophony: Dissecting Hellraiser
Graham Le Neve Painter dissects a classic of British Horror, 1987's Hellraiser
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Roadside

In this story from our youngest author, Ben Unsworth (15), the normal dangers of breaking down on the roadside pale into insignificance. On this Highway to Hell, stricken drivers will receive no breakdown assistance, instead becoming bait for a far more sinister presence.

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