British Films Dominate Horror Channel in June

Written by Martin Unsworth Friday, 03 June 2016

TV News

A host of British premieres will be taking centre stage on Horror Channel this June, including a pair of classics and some fantastic modern indie tales.

Starting this Saturday, there’s the Network Premiere of Virgin Witch (1972), a saucy tale of witches, models, and human sacrifice. Starring twins Ann and Vicki Michelle (the latter best known for TV’s ‘Allo ‘Allo), it’s certainly ‘of its time’.

June 10th sees the UK TV Premiere of hilariously claustrophobic comedy Stalled (2013). Set at a Christmas Eve party just as a zombie apocalypse begins, a young janitor finds himself stuck in the women’s loos surrounded by the hungry undead and only a secretary in the other cubicle for company.

Norman J. Warren’s brilliant Prey (1977) hits the channel for the first time on June 11th and is a must-watch. Barry Stokes plays an alien prowling the countryside looking for his next victims.

An island getaway turns into a holiday nightmare in Siren (2010), showing for the first time on British television on June 17th, and there’s more vacation terror as a couple and their new-born baby check into Eden Lodge (2015) on June 18th.

For more information, and to check what other fantastic films and TV series are scheduled, head over to the Horror Channel website. You can tune in on Sky 319, Virgin 149, Freesat 138, or Freeview 70.

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