This is the world famous British
Horror Films website
This is the world-famous, much imitated but never bettered, top-notch
old skool website mainly known as the British Horror Films one.
Yup, still here, more than a decade on – dedicated to classic
horror films made in Britain or with mainly British money. Please
take some time to have a wander around…
The now-famous disclaimer: Due to the content
of these films, you might occasionally notice a picture of the occasional
topless woman on this site. They're called breasts, and everybody
has them. There's also the occasional mild swear word. So if you
don't like Maddie Smith's gazongas, or you're after pictures of
exploding heads, you might as well sod off now.
They're what your here for, after all... An A-Z guide of
all the films featured on the site. Each film has its own
page featuring a review and photos, and some even have short
video clips. You can now also add your own comments at the
foot of each page, and even link them to Facebook or something.
It's all very clever, and a bit beyond me, to be honest...
I've recently updated the timeline,
so now you can see every film reviewed
on this site in date order. Blimey.
Visit the BHF shop!
This site offers two (count 'em) online shops, selling exclusive
British horror film themed merchandise. Any profits made by
the shops are ploughed back into the site - so buy a t-shirt,
mug or mousemat safe in the knowledge that what you're doing
is keeping your favourite site running.
based shop (ideal for UK visitors)
This entire site has been created by one bloke, and he's
a friendly type. Why not send him (i.e. me) a message?
Alternatively, you can find out more about
the site by clicking here, or see a list of Frequently
From time to time I add extra bits and pieces to the site
which don't fall into any of the above categories. Must of
them are vastly misjudged, with the benefit of hindsight.
Still, you can find out for yourself here.
What people wrote about this site, back when it was good... "Amusing... lively forum... special
mention must go to the Valerie Leon desktop wallpaper... dear lord!" (BBC
Radio Swindon)... "Venerable... more tasteful than most"(BBCi)
... "Silly" (Q Magazine)
... "Dryly funny" (SciFi.com)