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Horror Channel is the UK's first channel dedicated to the dark side of cinema and television. With an eclectic mix of ground-breaking and genre-defining content including horror films, documentaries, Director's Nights and supernatural series, you'll be entertained, informed and terrified.
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And Soon the Darkness
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FrightFest 2014 - The Ultimate Round Up
Posted in: Frightfest, Saturday 30th Aug 2014

FrightFest2014-poster-LR-Final MediumFrightFest 2014 is just a distant memory even though it only ended a few days ago and only now am I adjusting to being in daylight!

The five days brought us over 60 features and several shorts which combined to make this year’s programme one of the most varied for a long time. The new venue gave the festival a new feeling and a main screen running order that took a bit of time to adjust to. This actually helped with congestion problems of the past and made the simple things such as using the toilets and grabbing a bite to eat much easier.

The event started off with the crowd pleasing UK premiere of Adam Wingard’s The Guest but for me the most fun was in the last film of the first night, the way over the top »

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Night of the Living Dead (15)
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Seminal zombie masterpiece from George A Romero. A group of people take shelter in a farmhouse when a fallen satellite causes the dead to rise with a heinous hunger for human flesh. (1968)
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Posted in: Reviews, Saturday 30th Aug 2014

SoulmateSoulmate - DVD Review

SODA Pictures

Certificate 15

Extras: Commentary by Axelle Carolyn and Neil Marshall, FrightFest interviews with Axelle Carolyn, Neil Marshall and Anna Walton, Two short films by Axelle Carolyn, The Last Post and The Halloween Kid

This debut movie from the multi-talented Axelle Carolyn has to be one of the most inspired first features I’ve seen in the last few years. A ghost story with heart, the film is a strong contender for the most atmospheric movie of the year.

After suffering a personal tragedy, Audrey (Anna Walton) retreats to an isolated country cottage to hide from the world. But as terrifying visions begin to haunt every corner, she soon finds out that she is not alone. As Audrey seeks to unlock the mystery surrounding the home ... »

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