The UK’s premiere station for all things dark and nasty, Horror Channel has announced another batch of fantastic films for September, including three UK TV firsts, and eight films new to the channel.
Among the movies being shown for the first time on British television are Alex Chandon’s fabulously horrific tale of rural life Inbred, James Cullen Bressack’s creepy and bloody Pernicious and Dark Feed, a found footage film set in an abandoned psychiatric hospital and directed by Michael and Shawn Rasmussen, the writers of John Carpenter’s The Ward.
Also screening are the brilliant adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ American Psycho, celebrating its fifteenth anniversary (making us all feel very old) plus Saw V and Saw VI, in which the gruesome puzzles continue even after the death of Jigsaw. Christina Ricci doesn’t believe she has died in After Life, despite being prepared for the grave by undertaker Liam Neeson.
You can tune into Horror Channel on Sky 319, Virgin 149, Freesat 138, Freeview 70.
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