News Round-up Week Ending 30 August

The Fall of the House of UsherThorpe Park ramps up the scares

Thorpe Park theme park have teamed up with Lionsgate UK to produce Fright Nights, a number of horror themed nights that will feature live-action immersive horror events based on films such as The Blair Witch Project, The Cabin in the Woods and new horror flick You’re Next. With tickets bound to sell out quickly, head over to the Thorpe Park website to pick up yours.

The Four hit the small screen

The Four is Gordon Chan’s new film which features superheroes with incredible powers fighting armies of the undead. The DVD is released on 9 September and includes a whole host of extra footage and features.

The House of Usher is unleashed on DVD

This week saw the release of 1960s horror classic The Fall of the House of Usher on DVD, Blu-ray and Steelbook edition. Check out the Arrow Video trailer for the Roger Corman classic.

DAN HOWARTH


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