Horror Channel is Packed with Premieres in November

Written by Martin Unsworth Tuesday, 01 November 2016

TV News

There are no fewer than eleven movies being premiered in November on Horror Channel, many of them genuine cult classics.

The month starts in style on November 4th with Cockneys vs Zombies, the hilariously gory flick that stars a wealth of great British talent, from Alan Ford, Honor Blackman, Michelle Ryan, Dudley Sutton, Harry Treadaway to Richard Briers. Written by James Moran and directed by Matthias Hoene, it’s one not to miss.

Saturday 5th sees the Network Premiere of the superb Spanish/British production Horror Express. Directed by Eugenio Martin, it stars horror stalwarts Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee and is set on the Trans-Siberian Express as a frozen fossil reawakens and takes over the passengers.

Brandon Cronenberg (son of David) has his disturbing shocker Antiviral receive its UK TV Premiere on Sunday, November 6th, while Polish-set thriller The Shrine makes its UK TV debut on Friday 11th.

Wes Craven’s 1977 classic The Hills Have Eyes screens for the first time on Saturday 12th, and on Sunday 13th there’s the UK TV Premiere of festival favourite Final Girl.

Ben Kital’s underground possession thriller BENEATH is shown for the first time on Friday 18th and House, the 1986 classic that was a massive video-era hit screens on Saturday 19th. The weekend is rounded off with the Network first for Honeymoon, starring Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie.

The month comes to an immense close with the brilliant sequel Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead on Friday 25th and the cult shocker Blood Rage on Saturday 26th.

You can find Horror Channel on Sky 319, Virgin 149, Freesat 138, Freeview 70. For more information, head over to http://www.horrorchannel.co.uk/.


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