Do You Trust Me?
Roger Spottiswoode’s Terror Train is an effective comment on social order, teaching that trust in our hierarchy is a dangerous assumption.
Consumerism and Addiction
British filmmaker Simon Rumley's latest, Fashionista, is a strange and visually brilliant examination of deep obsession.
Nope, Nothing Wrong Here
In conversation with author and film historian Lee Gambin on his monograph on the adaptation of Stephen King's Cujo.
The Art of Stephen Jones’ Horror
Horror relies on image to promote terror and bring hideous ideas to life.
Sound is Half the Picture
Talking the effectiveness of aural terror with award-winning sound designer and composer Alan Howarth.
Interpreting Lovecraft’s Dream
We talk adapting HP Lovecraft with INJ Culbard, who is widely known for his graphic novel adaptations of classic literature.
Reinventing Grand Guignol
In conversation with playwright Carl Grose on his fast and loose tribute to Parisian theatre company, Le Théâtre du Grand-Guignol.
Fun for the Family
From the archives, an interview with the jovial Joko Anwar, writer-director of The Forbidden Door.
A Seasoned Descent
In conversation with Paul Hyett on his directorial debut, The Seasoning House, and the transition from SFX to directing.
Preserving Hammer History
We speak with Hammer historian Marcus Hearn about restoring Dracula in high definition for its incredible, definitive release.
A Fairy Tale Influence
In conversation with Jack Zipes about the history of fairy tales, their enduring appeal, and influence on the horror genre.
A Ghostly Pushover
One week on since fun and games at a paranormal investigation… Perhaps it's safe to talk about it now. Perhaps it's not.
We speak to SFX maestro Greg Nicotero about the power of make-up and the upcoming series of The Walking Dead.
In conversation with Hammer CEO Simon Oakes on his long-term plans for the studio and business strategy.
Seeing the Devil
Actor Lee Byung-hun discusses his performance in Kim Jee-woon's I Saw the Devil, and plans for directing film.