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There’ll be a world first Hammer Horror Exhibition, which will be attended by Hammer Horror historian Marcus Hearn. For those who were disappointed with Queen of Horror, Ingrid Pitt’s no-show last year (we can forgive her, she was unwell), Countess Dracula will be
Reality for Shaun is having a drink in his favourite pub, the Winchester, with his best mate Ed. Stumbling into bed, and back out again to go to his boring job…all the while trying to cling on to his relationship with his much more ambitious girlfriend, Liz (Kate Ashfield). So when London is taken over by the undead, who stumble and stagger their way to their next meal of human flesh, Shaun
When first released on the Sci-Fi channel Death Row was originally (or not so originally!) called Haunted Prison. And there you have it; that just about sums it up, it’s about a haunted prison. There is a story but it’s very silly and disjointed. A group of diamond thieves decide to hold up in an abandoned prison while the dust settles on
It’s Christmas Eve and when a quiet suburban neighbourhood is invaded by heavily armed military and it’s residents told to stay put and lock the windows and doors, it soon becomes apparent that some real nasty s**t is kicking off. With her rebellious Daughter Jodie (Linzey Cocker) locked in a house over the road and the body count rising, feisty Beth (Neve McIntosh) decides to take matters into her own hands to ensure her daughter’s safety.