• FrightFest 2023: My Mother's Eyes

    Three for three in the world of Takeshi Kushida

  • Grimmfest 2022: Piggy

    Revenge horror with a heart.

  • FrightFest 2022: They Wait in the Dark

    An impressive domestic-abuse-chiller-come-supernatural-thriller that isn't short of twists and turns.

  • FrightFest 2022: The Eyes Below

    A truly nightmarish suspense horror from the creator of The Woman With Leopard Shoes.

  • Slapface

    "We're going to play Slapface." And we're going to really, really enjoy it.

  • 6 Unmissable Films from Arrow Video FrightFest 2021

    Horror highlights aren't hard to find from this year's FrightFest. Here's our best of the fest...

  • Forgiveness

    A warped and stark-mad revenge thriller that isn't all that forgiving.

  • Woman of the Photographs

    An achingly pensive and visually breathtaking celebration of humanity's reality and sincerity.

  • Relic

    Drama and dread in perfect harmony.

  • Triggered

    Buckle up for bags of killing-spree-in-the-woods fun… and some well-placed commentary on manscaping.

  • Dark Place

    A rare 'first of its kind' horror movie.

  • The Milkman Cometh

    The Wicker Man meets Hot Fuzz, with a sprinkle of Cowspiracy, this vegan-friendly folk horror comedy is ludicrously funny.

  • Volition

    Timecrimes meets True Romance meets Looper in this well-crafted Canadian sci-fi thriller.

  • Sadistic Intentions

    An eerie 80 minutes of perverse house invasion hell awaits...

  • The Deeper You Dig

    A DIY indie horror as beautiful as it is bloody

  • The Prodigy

    Subgenres combine in this child possession/serial killer horror from the The Pact director.

  • Rust Creek

    Rust Creek is one to look out for.

  • Cam

    This existential cyber horror on Netflix (UK, US) certainly brings a new meaning to 'Netflix and chill'.

  • Lost In Apocalypse

    If you liked South Korea's Train to Busan, this Chinese zombie action adventure flick should be your next stop.

  • Black Site

    50% John Carpenter cool, 30% Hannibal cool, 20% The Raid cool, Black Site's genre-blurring formula is one for '80s lovers.

  • The Dark

    About a flesh-eating undead ghoul and her relationship with a young blind boy, The Dark is one of the most humane and heart-rending horrors of the year.

  • One Cut of the Dead

    This Japanese gem shuffles into the list of the decade's most original zombie movies.

  • The Theta Girl

    Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll (and also more drugs) go a long way in making this low-budget genre gem a must see.

  • Horror Channel Frightfest Glasgow 2018

    Nope, not even the wrath of storm Emma and the Beast from the East could put a stop to it...

  • Our Evil

    Serial killers, exorcisms, clowns, the supernatural... this ambitious and chilling Brazilian horror has a bit of everything to kickstart your festive horror viewing.

  • The Glass Coffin

    Amanda is trapped in a limousine. But it’s not all coke and champagne…

  • The Autopsy of Jane Doe

    Troll Hunter creator turns his directoral hand to English-language crime mystery 'morgue' horror

  • Prevenge

    Don't mess with the pregnant lady.

  • Night of Something Strange

    Sexually transmitted zombies.

  • Francesca

    Neo-Giallo Francesca gets its English premiere at Horror Channel Frightfest, and in some ways is the film Argento should still be making

  • The Final Girls

     Becky gets another chance to see The Final Girls on the big screen.

  • Bachelor Games

    Another unimpressive stag party horror? Not quite, as Becky finds out.

  • The Monster Chronicles: Tiktik

    The first Filipino movie to be shot using green screen is a vampire folklore horror that's as ambitious as it is gory. And there's a lot of gore.

  • Secret Cinema Presents 28 Days Later

    Becky spent a Sunday evening in scrub attire being shouted at and chased by zombies. It was better than watching Poldark with a cuppa and biccy

  • The Witch

    It’s not all bats, cloaks and cauldrons in Robert Eggers’ 17th century mythological black magic tale The Witch...

  • Interview: Robert Eggers

    Becky sits down for a chat with director of The Witch, Robert Eggers.

  • Mark of the Witch

    A dark underworld of demonic possession, desire, and extreme indulgences.

  • Crimson Peak

    Is Becky charmed by the Gothic romance of Crimson Peak? Let's find out.

  • III

    One of Russia's real genre triumphs (and there aren't many)

  • Sun Choke

    Janie is recovering from a psychotic break. And an unhinged Barbara Crampton is the only one left to help her...

  • Hazard

    If you piss off a masked guy with an axe, run.

  • Fox TV's Falling Skies Alien Feast

    Becky heads into downtown London for a very unusual feast.

  • Beneath

    A bit like The Descent, only not.

  • Exists

    The director of The Blair Witch Project is out to scare in his return to found-footage horror...


  • Raze

    Fifty women fight bare-handed 'til the death. But these aren't mere catfights. This is brutal.

  • Big Bad Wolves

    Becky Roberts gives her thoughts on the latest film from the Israeli due that brought us Rabies.

  • Doctor Mordrid

    Jeffrey Combs saves the world and he does it in 74 minutes...

  • Fabio Frizzi Live in London

    This Halloween, a live gig saw Lucio Fulci's bona fide film scores pulsate around a London church.

  • Insidious: Chapter 2

    The most anticipated sequel of the year is bound to divide audiences. Me? I went down the middle. Here's why..

  • Cheap Thrills

    Indie horror screenwriter E.L. Katz takes to the director's chair and toys with madness and money in this tantalising black comedy.

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