The now world-famous 'Northampton Clown' told a local newspaper that his appearances around the town were 'a bit of harmless fun'
Striker takes to his Facebook page to show the extent of the injury picked up in an accidental clash with Phil Jones
We've got Gallic Gore, Mexploitation, Spaghetti Shockers and Norwegian Noir. Now Hebrew Horror? Frightfest, the UK's annual horror festival, will be screening a low budget Israeli horror film Cannon Fodder, next week in London, directed by Israeli Eitan Gafny, which places zombies in the middle of the Middle East conflict. “Every few years a new geographic hot-spot for horror cinema emerges,” says Alan Jones, co-director of Frightfest.
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Bollywood is branching out from its traditional song-and-dance dramas and slapstick comedies with its first zombie films which filmmakers hope will entice younger crowds back to Indian films from Hollywood's living dead.
One of the country's most prominent screenwriters has complained that British period dramas too often disregard the lives of ordinary people.
Student houses aren’t always in the best nick, but vermin aren’t the only things you need to worry about. Eleanor Doughty discovered the one thing worse than finding a mouse behind her dresser...
I spend a lot of time wondering what life is really like for my daughter, who has Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism. Watching her navigate the day-to-day is one thing: comprehending the sources of her meltdowns and frequent distress from the inside is something else entirely.
From zombies to sadistic nuns and reboots of everyone from Hannibal Lecter to The Munsters, Sarah Hughes reports (from behind the sofa)
Children attending a cinema in Nottingham fled in terror at the weekend after bungling staff accidentally played a horror movie instead of cartoon comedy Madagascar 3.
The Shining, once dubbed the "scariest movie ever", is set to provide more chills for British audiences with the release of an extended version never seen before in this country.
Five years ago, Simon Oakes came up with an unlikely plan – to bring Hammer Films back from the dead.
He gave depth to the characters that was often missing in other productions by Hammer
A poll was running two-to-one that Suarez was harshly treated
A relationship under the microscope