Horror Channel FrightFest 2017 unveils its killer line-up
Reviews of Shin Godzilla, Happy Hunting and more from the first half of FrightFest Glasgow
Phantasm Remastered, A Cure For Wellness, Fashionista and more hit FrightFest Glasgow
FrightFest reviews of Under The Shadow, Found Footage 3D, Red Christmas, Here Alone and more!
FrightFest reviews of 31, Siren, Johnny Frank Garrett’s Last Word, The Neigbour, Egomaniac and more!
Reviews of Sadako Vs Kayako, The Master Cleanse, Abattoir, The Unkindness Of Ravens and more
Mexican sci-fi The Similars goes full Twilight Zone to brilliant effect
Our reviews of Pet, White Coffin, Another Evil, They Call Me Jeeg Robot and more from FrightFest!
Here’s our round-up of FrightFest Day 1, including Let Her Out, Cell and My Father Die
We talk to Kate Shenton about how real-life experiences fuelled horror comedy Egomaniac
Lawrie Brewster tells us about his gory, intense nightmare The Unkindness Of Ravens
Three more films, a host of horror talks and a trailer for Horror Channel FrightFest
Get ready, horror fans, Horror Channel FrightFest 2016 is coming
Reviews of Southbound, The Mind’s Eye, The Devil’s Candy, Baskin and more from FrightFest Glasgow!
Great line-up for FrightFest Glasgow 2016 is announced
Maria Thayer is brilliant in Kyle Rankin’s funny and sweet Night Of The Living Deb
Axelle Carolyn and Neil Marshall on their anthology horror Halloween love letter
Sarah Hagan is stunning in Ben Cresciman’s hypnotic Sun Choke, seen at FrightFest
Reviews of Tales Of Halloween, Nina Forever, Emilie, Night Fare and more from FrightFest 2015
Reviews of Scherzo Diabolico, Road Games, Over Your Dead Body and more from FrightFest
Reviews of Deathgasm, Shut In, Frakenstein, Sun Choke, The Hallow and more from FrightFest 2015
Reviews of We Are Still Here, Pod, Jeruzalem, Hellions, AAAAAAAA! and more from FrightFest
Reviews of Cherry Tree, Turbo Kid and Stung from the first day of FrightFest 2015
We talk to Benjamin R Moody about his post-slasher debut Last Girl Standing and final girls
Perry Blackshear on portraying the horror of madness in They Look Like People
We talk to John Fallon about making the horror he wanted to make ahead of its FrightFest screening
The massive line-up for Film4 FrightFest 2015 has arrived, and there’s so much to see…
Heads up, horror fans! The opening and closing films for Film4 FrightFest 2015 are revealed
Reviews of Clown, There Are Monsters, [REC]4 and more from FrightFest Glasgow
Reviews of Wyrmwood, Backmask, 88, Stonehearst Asylum and more from FrightFest Glasgow