The Horror Channel
11.00am - FILM: Bluebeard
In 19th Century Paris, an artist is compelled to kill the women whose portraits he paints. John Carradine gives his self-proclaimed best ever performance. B&W.
1.00pm - FILM: Snowbeast
A Colorado ski resort is besieged by a sub-human beast that commits brutal murders on the slopes and terrorises the locals. Could the legend of Bigfoot be true?
3.00pm - FILM: The Devil's Hand
A man is haunted by dreams of a beautiful woman. But when he finds a doll resembling the woman, his dreams soon turn to nightmares. B&W.
5.00pm - FILM: Dead Men Walk
Dracula-inspired classic. A man discovers that his recently deceased brother has become a vampire and sets out to destroy him. With George Zucco. B&W.
6.25pm - The Cutting Room - Asylum Night
Behind-the-scenes interview with the creative team that brought you Asylum Night, a superb new comic vampire horror from Revolt Films.
7.00pm - FILM: The Vampyr
Traveller David Gray arrives at a strange inn in the Carpathian mountains where he discovers a book about vampires and an old woman who is one of the undead.
8.25pm - The Cutting Room - Ingrid Pitt
An exclusive, intimate interview with Ingrid Pitt talking about her life as a star of many horror films. Also an inside look at Hammer Glammer Films with Veronica France.
9.00pm - FILM: Blood Reaper
Teen camp horror. A gas-masked killer lies in wait in the surrounding woods to strike terror into the hearts of the unsuspecting campers. With Brinke Stevens.
11.00pm - FILM: Slugs
When there's a surge in unexplained deaths in town, one health worker believes he has the answer: flesh-eating slugs, out to destroy the world.
1.00am - FILM: Final Examination
Sexy slasher about a group of girls who meet in Hawaii, where there's a homicidal lunatic on the loose. Directed by Fred Olen Ray. With Debbie Rochon.
3.00am - FILM: Two Orphan Vampires
Two young women, living in an orphanage, are blind by day. But at night they regain their sight and go on a lustful, blood-seeking spree. Director: Jean Rollin. Subtitles.