Archive for May 17, 2016

WIN!! CABIN FEVER Quad poster and Horror DVD bundle courtesy of Arrow Films.



To celebrate the release of CABIN FEVER, which is in UK cinemas now, we have a Cabin Fever quad poster and horror DVD bundle, includes THE FIELDS, CRAWL, PARANORMAL INCIDENT 1&2, DARK MIRROR, THE TUNNEL, HONEYMOON, PAY THE GHOST, THE CONSPIRACY, and THE SHRINE, up for grabs courtesy of Arrow Films!

Eli Roth (Hostel) presents a new horror based on his own stomach-churning 2002 classic. Taken from the same script as the original, it follows a group of friends plagued by a deadly flesh-eating virus. With exciting young director Travis Zariwny (INTRUDER), a cast of up-and-coming talent, and stunning visuals, the flesh-crawling terror of Cabin Fever is back – bloodier, gorier, and more brutal than ever before!
To be in with a chance of winning this prize pack please send your name and address to by Friday 20th May.



A group of teens break into a blind man’s home thinking they’ll get away with the perfect crime. They’re wrong.Dead wrong !

Starring:Jane Levy (EVIL DEAD), Dylan Minnette (GOOSEBUMPS), Stephen Lang (AVATAR), Daniel Zovatto (IT FOLLOWS)
Directed by: Fede Alvarez (EVIL DEAD)

Simply Media’s DOOMWATCH / Series 1-3 The Remaining Episodes.

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Groundbreaking classic British sci-fi series Doomwatch originally aired on the BBC from 1970 to 1972 and at its peek, attracted in excess of 13.6 million viewers and spawned two film adaptations. Although in huge demand, it has never before been available on DVD, until now… Thanks to Simply Media Doomwatch Series 1-3 makes its long awaited DVD debut- available now!

Doomwatch has been loitering in unreleased TV hell for many years and was once thought lost completely. Simply Media have delivered a stunning 7 disc package of not only the surviving episodes but a rare, never transmitted episode ‘Sex & Violence’, listed as Series 3 Episode 12, making it the last ever episode of Doomwatch from 1972.Much like the release of the thought to be long lost Dr Who episodes onto DVD last year, Doomwatch is a Retro Sci-Fi and Vintage TV lovers dream. There were 38 episodes of Doomwatch filmed at BBC’s Shepperton Studios between 1970 and 1972.Only 23 of those episodes have survived the passage of time. The missing 15 episodes are assumed to have been destroyed. Episode 03-12, ‘Sex and Violence’, was never transmitted and another, ‘The Devil’s Demolition’, was filmed but never saw the light of day.

Episode List: Disc 1 S01, E01 – The Plastic Eaters; S01,E04 – Tomorrow The Rat; S01,E05 – Project Sahara; S01,E06 – Re-Entry Forbidden Disc 2 S01,E07 – The Devil s Sweets; S01,E08 – The Red Sky; S01,E10 – Train and De-Train; S01,E11 – The Battery People Disc 3 S02,E01 – You Killed Toby Wren; S02,E02 Invasion; S02,E03 – The Islanders; S02,E04 – No Room for Error Disc 4 S02,E05 – By The Pricking Of My Thumbs; S02,E06 – The Iron Doctor; S02,E07 – Flight Into Yesterday Disc 5 S02,E08 – The Web Of Fear; S02,E09 – In The Dark; S02,E10 – The Human Time Bomb Disc 6 S02,E11 – The Inquest; S02,E12 – The Logicians; S02,E13 – Public Enemy Disc 7 S03,E04 – Waiting For A Knighthood; S03,E06 – Hair Trigger; S03,E12 – Sex And Violence (Never transmitted); Extra – The Cult Of Doomwatch (documentary)

The cult series is the brainchild of Kid Pedler and Gerry Davis, the men responsible for Doctor Who’s iconic Cybermen, and follows government agency The Department of Measurement of Scientific Work AKA Doomwatch, as they fight to protect mankind from all manner of horrifying technology and experiments gone wrong.


Not so happy… ‘HOLIDAYS’ / New Horror Anthology arrives on DVD 18th July 2016

A must-see anthology from the horror community and Hollywood’s most distinct voices!



Seth Green (Family Guy Buffy The Vampire Slayer)
Harley Quinn Smith (Tusk, Yoga Hosers)
Lorenza Izzo (Knick Knock, The Green Inferno)
Jocelin Donahue (Furious 7, Insidious: Chapter 2)
Ruth Bradley (Doctor Who: Dark Eyes, In Her Skin)
Andrew Bowen (Conjurer)
Megan Duffy (Maniac)



Wanna see the most sinister impersonation of Elvis depicted on screen? Check out Michael Shannon’s take on the King in ELVIS & NIXON!