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Old 22nd July 2019, 12:31 PM
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Just noticed. In two minds about this but will give it a watch.
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I like the look of this but we shall see.
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August on The Horror Channel

"To celebrate FrightFest 2019, taking place in London during the August Bank Holiday, Horror Channel is dedicating thirteen nights to past festival hits. Amongst the twenty-six fearsome favourites, the channel will kick off the season with the UK TV premiere of Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford's India-based zombie road movie The Dead 2, the follow-up to their hugely popular African zombie adventure The Dead. There is also a UK TV premiere for Jonathan Ford's Offensive. Produced by brother Howard, this is a dark, violent tale of generational rage and revenge set in rural France.

There are also channel premieres for Julian Gilbey's harrowing British survival shocker, A Lonely Place to Die, starring Melissa George and Ed Speelers; Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's wickedly ghoulish subversion of the sex comedy high school movie, All Cheerleaders Die; and the Goetz Brothers' powerful 2015 version of Pascal Laugier's Sadean masterpiece, Martyrs.

The diabolical double bills are on every night from August 16th - 28th, starting from 9pm, and feature such FrightFest crowd-pleasing classics as Eli Roth's notorious post-modern celebration of the Italian cannibal genre, The Green Inferno; Christopher Smith's hilariously shocking Severance, starring Danny Dyer and Andy Nyman; and Ti West's The Shining slacker-style indie sensation, The Innkeepers. There's also Dominic Brunt's outrageous and hilarious satire Attack of the Adult Babies, starring a whole host of TV favourites including Kate Coogan, Charlie Chuck and Sally Dexter; Adam Green's slasher spoof favourite Hatchet, starring horror icons Kane Hodder, Robert Englund and Tony Todd; and everyone's favourite bserial-killer doll is reaping more murder and mayhem in Don Mancini's Curse of Chucky"


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Jeri Ryan - "What the hell are you doing out here, Stewart?...Saving the franchise?"
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Old 29th July 2019, 05:39 PM
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I know what you did last summer has been confirmed as a TV series for Amazon.

But that's all so far no other details as such .

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Old 30th July 2019, 04:29 PM
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New series on Talking Pictures TV in August

'Lytton’s Diary': Episode 1 airs on Wed 7th Aug at 10pm and the series will continue on weekdays at 10pm - Unseen on TV since its original run (1985-1986), Lytton’s Diary follows the life of London gossip columnist Neville Lytton (Peter Bowles). Whether consorting with banking tycoons and ex-dictators or investigating skinheads, Lytton strives to expose the high and mighty, the corrupt and the crooked. He also has to ensure that “God” (his editor at the Daily News) is happy with his work. Lytton attempts to keep his love life in order, write the one novel he feels he has in him, and fend off the manoeuvres of his rival at the Daily Post, Henry Field

'Special Branch': Begins Mon 26th August at 9pm and continues every Monday at the same time - Crime drama, directed by William Brayne. Stars: George Sewell, Roger Rowland, Peter Jeffrey and Tony Selby. First in a new series about Special Branch Police, whose duties take them down mean streets and into evil situations; but what happens when one of them is framed? Has he the right to be tougher and more ruthless than those who have framed him to clear himself?

'Widows': Episode 1 airs Wed 28th August at 9pm and the series continues every Wednesday at the same time - Three members of a top British gang are accidentally killed as they are about to raid a security wagon. Their widows, Shirley Miller, Linda Perelli and Dolly Rawlins decide to carry out the plans of their deceased husbands and execute an armed robbery. A gritty crime series with strong female characters played by Ann Mitchell, Maureen O’Farrell, Fiona Hendley, and Eva Mottley with Debby Bishop, Maurice O’Connell and David Calder, Widows was one of the most influential dramas of the 1980s. It was a smash hit for ITV and the career breakthrough for Lynda La Plante who became one of television’s highest profile writers, later to write Prime Suspect

'Shadow Of Fear': Begins Friday 30th August at 9pm, continuing every Friday at the same time - Thriller series focusing on psychological horror and suspense and featured some of the best actors of the day including Sheila Hancock, Ronald Hines, George Sewell, George Cole and Edward Fox
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Nice, some good stuff coming from Talking Pictures
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'Widows': Episode 1 airs Wed 28th August at 9pm and the series continues every Wednesday at the same time - Three members of a top British gang are accidentally killed as they are about to raid a security wagon. Their widows, Shirley Miller, Linda Perelli and Dolly Rawlins decide to carry out the plans of their deceased husbands and execute an armed robbery. A gritty crime series with strong female characters played by Ann Mitchell, Maureen O’Farrell, Fiona Hendley, and Eva Mottley with Debby Bishop, Maurice O’Connell and David Calder, Widows was one of the most influential dramas of the 1980s. It was a smash hit for ITV and the career breakthrough for Lynda La Plante who became one of television’s highest profile writers, later to write Prime Suspect
If you haven't seen it, the film version (directed by Steve McQueen, Hunger and 12 Years a Slave) is brilliant. I saw in the cinema and thought it was superb and have bought it to watch at home. I haven't seen the TV version, so we'll keep an eye out for that.

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Old 2nd August 2019, 06:45 PM
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'Dracula' has finished filming

It's being suggested that the three-part show will be screened on Sunday evenings later this year, with Christmas 2019 or New Year 2020 being mentioned

Filming wraps on BBC’s Dracula | Radio Times
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