Here is where you’ll find all the writing that doesn’t quite fit as snugly under one style. It may feature British horror films but not be explicitly about them, or it may reference a particular British horror television programme while being about something else entirely. In short, this is where the other stuff lives. And it’s really good…

Bernard Cribbins: The Lost Interview

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On the day that the beloved comedy actor and bona fide national treasure Bernard Cribbins (1928-2022) passed away, Horrified is proud to be able to present an interview with the performer in which he discusses his work in the genres of horror, fantasy, and science fiction. This interview, conducted by Adam Jezard almost thirty years ago has never previously been published.

The Enfield Poltergeist

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K B Morris revisits the events of The Enfield Poltergeist, a notorious supposed late-70s haunting that continues to spark debate over its authenticity… ​

How The BBC Created Hammer

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Far from Hammer being the populariser of material from the stolid BBC, it was the adaptation of existing popular BBC shows that allowed Hammer to succeed, as Derek Johnston explains….​

The Female Experience of Fear, and an Un-quiet Revolution in Horror

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The female experience of fear is a unique and insidious one, founded on the experiences, encounters and realities many women face on a day to day basis. Bram Stoker Award-nominated author Gemma Amor examines the complexities of female fear, charts the impact of these collective experiences in relation to the horror genre, and explores the unquiet revolution playing out on both screen and page…​