In the first of a new regular column looking back at the singular weirdness of the 1990s, Graham Williamson explores Roger Corman’s takeover of BBC Two from December 1994 to bring us Weird Night. Welcome to Weird ’90s…
Highly popular BBC podcast, The Battersea Poltergeist, revisits the infamous mid-50s haunting and attempts to uncover the truth behind the remarkable story. Graham Williamson reviews the podcast for Horrified…
Relocating M.R. James’ original story from Denmark to England, the BBC followed up the previous year’s A View From a Hill with Number 13. Graham Williamson explores Pier Wilkie’s 2006 adaptation…
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