Top Premieres Heading to Horror Channel in March

Written by Martin Unsworth Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Movie News

March sees Horror Channel present nine movie premieres to delight audiences and ease viewers into spring.

Starting on Friday, March 3rd with the first network screening of the gory dark comedy The Cottage. Starring Reece Shearsmith (currently scoring a massive hit on TV screens with the third series of Inside No 9) and Andy Serkis (in a rare non-mo-cap role), as brothers who kidnap a young woman (former Brookside star Jennifer Ellison) and get more than they bargained for.

Hammer classic The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb puts the creeps into the evening of Saturday, March 4th, while things get psychedelic with the fun Schrooms on March 10th. Steve Barker’s Nazi zombie shocker Outpost hits screens on March 11th and the following weekend there’s Reeker, starring Michael Ironside and the vicious dog thriller The Breed, produced by the late Wes Craven.

Tense sailing horror Adrift screens on March 24th and recent cult cannibal classic Wrong Turn is set to turn stomachs on March 25th.

March ends on a high note with the UKTV Premiere of the gastric-trouble comedy-horror hit Bad Milo on the 31st. It’s certainly not a film you’ll forget!

For more information, head over to the Horror Channel website. You can watch via Sky 319, Virgin 149, Freesat 138, and Freeview 70.

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