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Dark Ages





Horror on Screen


Asia Argento

Dale Bailey

Lloyd Kaufman of Troma

David J Schow

Peter Weir


Zombie films

Australian Horror Films

Horror on TV

Nightmares on Elm St

The X-Files

Vampire Cinema

· Best vampire films

Linda Blair

Sam Neill

Dick Smith

A Clockwork Orange

The Exorcist

Whale's Frankenstein

Ghosts in the Twilight Zone

Earth vs the Flying Saucers

This Island Earth

TV Scheduling



Modern Horror

Horror on the Page

The Dark Ages: A History of Horror

Australian Genre


Horror on Screen

Frankenstein, by Jason Towers

There has only been about a century of horror movie-making (and if truth be known the horror novel isn't much older), but from the very earliest days people have tried to scare their audiences out of a buck. Film's qualities of immediacy and sheer visual impact complemented the tale of terror and made it accessible to greater numbers than ever before.

This is a series of interviews and articles about horror on screen, from black and white to blood red, and includes film's bastard son, the television.