Horror Channel will be screening three of David Cronenberg’s most twisted and influential films in a special tribute to the director. The season begins on 12 January 2013 with Shivers which will be introduced by The Devil’s Playground director Sean Hogan. This is followed by Rabid on 19 January, with Martyrs director Pascal Laugier handling the introduction. The final film in the series is The Dead Zone which is introduced by Simon Rumley of Red White and Blue fame. Horror Channel can be found on UK Sky boxes at channel 319.
American Horror Story: Asylum Christmas special
Fox have confirmed that Ian McShane of Lovejoy fame will be starring in the Christmas special of American Horror Story: Asylum as a serial killing Santa Claus. The episode will air in the UK on 18 December.
American Mary advances on the UK
Following on from the recent announcement of the Soska Sisters’ UK Tour, This Is Horror can now bring you the UK trailer for their latest film American Mary which is released in selected UK cinemas on 11 January 2013.
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