Drive-In Dust Offs: Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)

…And not all Frankensteins were created equal. Case in point: Frankenstein Created Woman (1967), the fourth film in the series from Hammer and one that’s decidedly different and sufficiently weird ...

Tales Of The Unexpected at 40: A Precursor To Inside No. 9 and Black Mirror

Alex Westthorp Apr 5, 2019 For its 40th anniversary, we revisit Roald Dahl's classic series that kept us guessing and inspired some modern anthology greats... Tales Of The Unexpected was an ...

The Ink Factory hires 'Gwen' producer Tom Nash (exclusive)

Nash was most recently head of film and TV at Endor. The Ink Factory, the London and Los Angeles-based production company behind The Night Manager and Fighting With My Family, has hired Tom Nash as ...

New Regency Launches International TV Division With Scott Free Alum Ed Rubin

New Regency Launches International TV Division With Scott Free Alum Ed Rubin “Bohemian Rhapsody” co-producer New Regency has launched a London-based international TV division, recruiting former Scott Free exec Ed Rubin to run the new operation and hiring Emma Broughton from ...

The Shivering Truth Review

Adult Swim’s dark, disturbing new anthology series will swallow you whole and reshape your mind. We are not worthy. TV “And that’s my message to you: No one cares.” There's an iconic episode of ...

Netflix Set for a Slate of Roald Dahl Animated Adaptations

Joseph Baxter Nov 27, 2018 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Bfg and Matilda are amongst Roald Dahl stories that Netflix will adapt as part of an event series. Netflix is diving into the ...

Roald Dahl’s Tales of the Unexpected is getting a reboot

Having brought John le Carre’s The Night Manager and The Little Drummer Girl to the small screen, The Ink Factory is now turning its attention to Roald Dahl for an adaptation of Tales of the ...

Roald Dahl’s Tales of the Unexpected TV Series to Be Rebooted

Joseph Baxter Nov 20, 2018 Tales of the Unexpected, Roald Dahl’s fantastical story collection and TV anthology series, is about to be rebooted by The Ink Factory. The media-spanning works of ...

The Ink Factory Rebooting Roald Dahl's "Tales of the Unexpected" For TV

The Ink Factory Rebooting Roald Dahl's Exclusive: The Ink Factory has successfully mined the library of John le Carré with "The Night Manager" and "The Little Drummer Girl" and it seems that the company is now looking do the same with ...

Requiem episode 2 review

Aliya Whiteley Feb 9, 2018 Strange things are lurking in the woods in episode 2 of the BBC's ghost story Requiem. Spoilers ahead in our review... This review contains spoilers. See related Murder ...

Director Steve Hughes interview: Creeped Out, Doctor Who

Louisa Mellor Jan 23, 2018 We chatted to director Steve Hughes about making Cbbc’s eerie anthology series Creeped Out and Doctor Who… TV and film-making is an arduous, competitive business. Unless a ...

Red Dwarf: creating the pop culture of the future

Andrew Moir Oct 26, 2017 Andrew takes a nerdy dive into the pop culture real and fictional that's made its way into the world of Red Dwarf... Creating culture within science-fiction can be tricky. ...

Blu-ray Review – The Ghoul (2016)

The Ghoul, 2016. Directed by Gareth Tunley. Starring Tom Meeten, Alice Lowe, Geoffrey McGivern, Rufus Jones, Paul Kaye, Niamh Cusack, and Dan Renton Skinner. Synopsis: A cop goes undercover as a ...

Mike Gold: Time, Space, and Adam Strange

It was, for its time, the coolest comic book on the racks. Lucky for me, having just turned eight years old I was at the perfect age to best enjoy it. In fact, I already was lusting for the comic by ...

L'Amant Double review – camp-classic status beckons for François Ozon's softcore silliness

The director of Jeune et Jolie returns with another slice of erotica-lite, in this tale of an ex-model in therapy who ends up with two lovers – who are twins The softcore silliness and lite-erotic ...

Fritz Weaver Has Passed Away

Some very sad news is making the rounds today, as it has been reported that Fritz Weaver has passed away at the age of 90. News of Fritz Weaver's passing was confirmed by Weaver's son-in-law, Bruce ...

Terror on TV: ‘The Flypaper’ From Roald Dahl’s Tales Of The Unexpected

An ongoing series looking at the scariest moments in TV history. This round: “The Flypaper” from Tales Of The Unexpected. In the pantheon of horror TV, a show that often gets missed whilst discussing ...

Neil Gaiman's Likely Stories: strange, wonderful, unmissable TV

facebook twitter google+ We take a spoiler-free look at Sky Arts' terrific quartet of Neil Gaiman short stories, starting on Thursday the 26th at 9pm... Neil Gaiman's success gives me faith in the ...

Drive-In Dust Offs: The House That Dripped Blood (1971)

From the mid sixties to the mid seventies, omnibus (or anthology, or portmanteau if you’re really fancy) horror films were big business. And Amicus Productions ruled the roost. Between ’65 and ’74 ...

‘Something at the Window is Scratching: Vol.1′ Review

Written by Roman Dirge | Art by Roman Dirge | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Hardback, 128pp Roman Dirge is probably best known as the author and artist of Lenore: The Cute Little Dead Girl, but ...

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