Review: YULETIDE TERROR: CHRISTMAS HORROR ON FILM AND TELEVISION

The Christmas Season and horror have a relationship that dates back to folk tales of The Krampus.However, it was The BBC’s 1971 decision to air an adaptation of M.R. James’, ‘The Stalls of Barchester’, that eventually led to A GHOST STORY FOR CHRISTMAS. As a result, television and film audiences’ fascination with the horrific potential... Continue Reading →

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