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This is the world famous British Horror Films website - last updated July 11, 2011

I thought it was about time for an update, what with Emily Booth having hogged the front page for about a year. And there's only so many times you can be greeted by the same pair of gazongas when you log into a website... isn't there? No? Oh, well. Wait 'til you see what I've replaced them with! Yes! A proper, brand new, interview with the man I once called "the handsome supply teacher of British horror" but you may better know as Norman J Warren, the director behind certified classics Satan's Slave and Terror...

And don't forget, you can still watch some clips of these films, courtesy of our YouTube channel, listen to a Brit horror-related playlist, courtesy of the rather wonderful Spotify, talk to other fans on our massively well-endowed forum or at Facebook, Twitter along with yours truly and all the other twats (that is what they call them, isn't it?), and even read some proper news on our Blog, which is actually being kept updated and everything these days.

There are even some new reviews on here, with lots more to come. Well, fancy that. And if you don't fancy that, you can just about bugger off right now.

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.

Featured clip

This isn't actually one of my clips, so here's hoping it doesn't disappear. But I thought you might like to see the trailer for the utterly astonishing Killer's Moon, a film which truly has to be seen to be believed. In this case, actually, the trailer fails to get across the sheer insanity of the film itself, making it actually look like a normal, almost standard, slasher flick. Please believe me when I say it genuinely isn't...

Most popular reviews:

Dead Of Night
The Shuttered Room
House Of Whipcord
The Shout
Blood On Satan's Claw

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Curse Of Frankenstein
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News blog

Yes! We have a blog going, on which we tell you all manner of crap you probably didn't even want to know about upcoming DVD releases, screenings, new films on the horizon, meanderings about French film actresses for some reason, Kelly Brook (remarkably popular, that post), you name it... You can read it here.

The Films

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.
EU based shop (ideal for UK visitors)
US based shop

Contact Me

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 Asked Questions.

Brit Horror Forum

Join our burgeoning online community! Write your own reviews, vote for your favourites, ask questions, complain or just chat. It's up to you. There's a whole load of Brit horror fans out there, and they're a friendly bunch. Enjoy yourself.

(Please be aware that due to the kind of idiots that make the Internet the festering hell hole it tends to be outside of this site, I have to vet every newcomer by hand, and I'm not always online, so it may take a day or two to happen. A good tip would be to give yourself a name with an obvious Brit horror or cinema connection, that way I can pick you out amongst the hundreds of spam bots that regularly try to join up)

Extra Stuff

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" (

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All photos, posters, sounds and videos are reproduced in good faith with the sole intention of promoting these films. Why should I be the only one to suffer watching them? If any film makers feel particularly strongly about abuse of copyright on the site, they obviously haven't got anything better to do. You could try Watchdog, but frankly, I think they've got bigger fish to fry...