Horror Channel Goes Xtreme in January!

Written by Martin Unsworth Tuesday, 15 December 2015

TV News

There’s a truly horrific New Year in store on Horror Channel, as January sees the the Xtreme Season pushing the boundaries of shock, gore, and taste!

Kicking the season off are the first two films in Tom Six’s controversial franchise, The Human Centipede. First Sequence screens on January 2nd, with the UK TV premiere of Full Sequence on January 9th. Director Six is naturally delighted that his films will be reaching the frenzied viewers of the station saying, “I am really thrilled that the Horror Channel will connect its passionate and perverted viewers to my Human Centipedes!
If you can stomach it, you can read a feature on the films in the next issue of STARBURST - on sale this Friday!

If that’s not enough to turn your stomach, then how about risking the sequels to Eli Roth’s notorious Hostel? Hostel Part II, also directed by Roth, screens on January 16th, with Scott Spiegel’s Hostel Part III following on January 23rd. While moving the action away from the titular hostel, the third film expands the mythos of the Elite Hunting Club, moving the horror to Vegas rather than Slovakia.

The season is brought to a close with the shocking rape-revenge film I Spit on Your Grave (2010).

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You can find Horror Channel on Sky 319, Virgin 149, Freesat 138, Freeview 70.

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