Horror Channel Celebrates John Carpenter in June

Horror Channel has a treat this June as Saturday nights are to be dedicated to the legendary John Carpenter with a host of classic movies being screened. Starting on June 2nd, there’s The Fog (1980), the atmospheric chiller that reunited the Horror Master with Jamie Lee Curtis and brought in her mother Janet Leigh as … Continued

Horror Channel Lines Up a Terrifying May

May is set to send viewers of Horror Channel shivering – although hopefully not because of the weather as the favourite spot for genre fans screens a host of UK TV premieres. Top of the bunch is a favourite from FrightFest 2017, Caroline Labrèche & Steeve Léonard’s Radius, in which a man awakes from a … Continued

Get Infected with Horror Channel in April

Make sure you have had all your booster shots and stay indoors in April as the Infection Season takes over Horror Channel. Every Saturday throughout April there’s a chance to catch some of the most infectious horror films of all time, starting with the double salvo of Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later and the sequel … Continued

All-Star Line-up for Horror Channel in March

There is plenty of terror to look forward to in March as Horror Channel screens some ghoulish treats. Network Premieres include Michael Winner’s much-maligned The Sentinel (1977), the misguided 2006 remake of the classic pagan nightmare The Wicker Man. Starring Nicholas Cage, it’s not a patch on the original, but some might get a buzz … Continued

Horror Channel Goes Lupine in February!

Saturday nights in February are going to get really hairy as Horror Channel celebrates the werewolf movie with four great lupine shockers. Every week at 10:55pm you can catch a fantastic lycanthrope flick including several UKTV Premieres. Opening the Season of the Wolf is Joe Dante’s classic The Howling (1981), starring Dee Wallace, Christopher Stone, … Continued

Wes Craven Celebrated in Horror Channel January Season

Bring in the New Year with Horror Channel’s special season of films celebrating the late great Wes Craven. Over January, you can catch four of the master’s lesser-seen movies that prove there were more strings to his horrific bow than Freddy Krueger and Ghostface. Kicking off on January 6th is The Serpent and the Rainbow, … Continued