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Welcome horror fans to the UK debut of the July edition of Horror Bites, the Horror Channel’s monthly guide to some of the highlights coming your way in the next month… Yes, you did read that right folks, our good friends at the Horror Channel have let us have the exclusive UK debut of their monthly show Horror Bites.
Hosted by Emily Booth, you’ll see Horror Bites right here, before anywhere else! This month our horror hostess takes us through what scary delights are in store in July – including the UK TV premieres of Simeon Halligan’s beastly chiller Splintered and Juan Martínez Moreno’s fantastic Spanish award-winning horror comedy Attack of the Werewolves. Plus, there are second bites of channel werewolf favourites Ginger Snaps and 13 Hours.
Other highlights for July include the UK TV premieres of Australian sci-fi thriller Crawlspace (review here) and ice-cold monster movie Hypothermia. »
- Phil Wheat
There's lots going on at screens around the UK this week and here are some of the highlights:
London - Club at charity The House of St Barnabas will host an in conversation evening with veteran actor Brian Cox on Thursday, March 21 at 7.30pm. The actor will discuss his career with Hosb founding member Richard Strange. The talk will kick off a season of live music events and conversations. Tickets, priced £10, are available from Wegottickets.
Manchester - ¡Viva! Film Festival is underway at Cornerhouse, Manchester, until Sunday, March 24. Highlights include Cannes award-winner After Lucia and werewolf comedy horror Game Of Werewolves. Free tickets are also still available for the closing night party. For more information visit the official site and see our coverage here.
- Amber Wilkinson
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