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 Diary: Season of the Wolf...

February 2018 on Horror Channel


Link Here 30th January 2018

LATE PHASES: NIGHT OF THE LONE WOLF DVD Horror is taking you deep into the woods during February with a selection of movies that celebrate the finest of fearsome flicks all about Lycanthropy, Season of the Wolf. Each Saturday at 10.55pm we're bringing you tales of terror that are dripping with blood and will have you barking at the moon with delight.

The season starts on the 3rd as Dee Wallace, Christopher Stone, Patrick Macnee and John Carradine battle a brutal beast in Joe Dante's superb feature, The Howling . A female reporter is attacked by a notorious serial killer and to get over her trauma she is sent to The Colony, a remote mountain resort. But there her problems really begin, as the residents are werewolves.

We bring you contemporary horror on the 10th with a UK TV premiere of a festival favourite, Late Phases . Crescent Bay is not the best place to live out one's golden years. Once an idyllic retirement community, the gated hamlet has been beset by mysterious deadly attacks. So when blind war veteran Ambrose McKinley (Nick Damici) moves in, the residents are put off by his abrasive personality. But it's his grizzled take-no-prisoners attitude that's needed to survive the sinister secret that the tight-knit neighbourhood is harbouring.

If you like your werewolves to have a less serious side then don't miss WolfCop on the 17th. Lou Garou (get it?) is a lazy, alcoholic cop by day, and a violent, crime-fighting werewolf by night with a new found sense of duty to uphold. Overnight, the small rural town of Woodhaven has a new lycanthropic hero and he's determined to become a better policeman... one full moon transformation at a time. This is a classic and well worth getting your friends around to enjoy together.

Another UK TV premiere on the 24th, Paul Hyett's acclaimed movie, Howl . Young ambitious ticket collector Joe (Ed Speleers) is overseeing the last train out of London on a dark and stormy night. Suddenly the train screeches to a halt in a forest after hitting something on the tracks, but the investigating driver never returns. Realising an unknown and dangerous threat is lurking in the woods, the disparate group of strangers aboard must work together in order to survive a common feral enemy.

 

 Diary: Frightfest...

1st - 3rd March 2018 at teh Glasgow Film Theatre


Link Here 12th January 2018
frightfest 2018 logo FRIGHTFEST GLASGOW 2018

THURSDAY 1ST MARCH

  • 9.00PM GHOST STORIES
  • 11.20PM THE LODGERS

FRIDAY 2ND MARCH

  • 1.30PM THE WANDERERS: QUEST OF THE DEMON HUNTER
  • 3:50PM ATTACK OF THE BAT MONSTERS
  • 6.30PM THE RAVENOUS - Les affamés
  • 8.45PM COLD SKIN
  • 11.15PM PRIMAL RAGE

SATURDAY 3RD MARCH

  • 11.00AM THE BLACKSMITH AND THE DEVIL - Errementari
  • 1.15PM PYEWACKET
  • 3.15PM FRIENDLY BEAST
  • 6.30PM SECRET SANTA
  • 9.05PM TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID - Vuelven
  • 11:00PM SIXTY MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT

 

 Diary: Bloody Brits and rampaging sharks...

November on Horror Channel


Link Here 23rd October 2017

Dog Soldiers DVD November on Horror Channel has a distinctive cutting-edge with a Saturday night prime-time Bloody British Season, celebrating the new wave of British horror movies that reinvigorated the UK horror industry in the early 2000s. There are 9pm network premieres for Neil Marshall's sensational werewolf debut feature Dog Soldiers (2002) (Saturday 11th), his monstrous all-female star cast follow-up The Descent (2005) (Saturday 25th), Christopher Smith's underground ghost train journey through hell, Creep (2004) (Saturday 18th), and Nick Hamm's psychologically gripping The Hole (2001) (Saturday 4th), with Keira Knightley in her first significant film role.

And the cuts get deeper with a Sharkmania Marathon - a slew of six salt-water B-movie shockers on Sunday 12th, highlighted by the network premieres of the last two adventures in the sky-flying sharks cult franchise Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens (2016) at 8.10pm and Sharknado 5: Global Swarming (2017) on at 9.50pm. The other teeth-chattering offerings are: Planet Of The Sharks (2016), Super Shark (2011), Ice Sharks (2016) and The Reef (2010).

There are seven other primetime network premieres this month: M. Night Shyamalan's boldly unsettling survival movie The Happening (2008), starring Mark Wahlberg; Paul Schrader's hypnotic and erotic classic Cat People (1982); Christopher Smith's hilariously shocking Severance (2006) starring Danny Dyer and Andy Nyman; the creepy sequel Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003); Silent Hill (2006), Christophe Gans' eerie adaptation of Konami's video game series of the same name; Fran Rubel Kuzui's Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1992), starring Donald Sutherland, Rutger Hauer and Hilary Swank; and croc-shocker Lake Placid 2

 


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