With BFI's London Film Festival done and dusted, we round up all the best film festivals, screenings and seasons happening in London this November.
John Carpenter proves he’s the master of more than mere scares, as he takes to the stage to perform new material and classic horror themes.
To some people, Halloween isn't just about one night at the end of October. Oh no, for us creepos it's about making the whole hell-damn month as spooky as possible.
Here are this week's best new songs, featuring Chromatics, Lou Barlow, The Weeknd, The Veils, LIANA, John Carpenter and Weyes Blood
By the end of S U R V I V E's RR7349 you’ll be left breathless and terrified, but you’ll live to fight another day. A perfect ending to any 80s horror.
Because we can barely go a week without mentioning our true spirit animal, here’s some more brand new John Carpenter news.
This year's Primavera Sound takes place on June 1-5, which means you only have a couple of weeks to get acquainted with THE best festival line-up of 2016.
Not only has the world's most beloved horror-movie director released two extraordinary instrumental albums in as many years (2015's Lost Themes and this year's Lost Themes II), he's also hitting the road this year for his FIRST EVER live performances, and to top it all off Carpenter has just announced a limited series of 12" EPs featuring re-recordings of his most iconic horror themes.
John Carpenter's Lost Themes II: The creeping, thumping spectre of an astounding 80s cinematic catalogue.
John Carpenter is back and he's brought along another Halloween candy sack full of awesome tunes with Lost Themes II.