The UK's original and largest festival of horror in the performing arts returns to London this October bigger and better than ever! None of this would have been possible however without our wonderful sponsors!
Horror Channel is the premiere UK channel dedicated to the fearful and the fantastic. With a curated mix of intense and dark cinema, alongside science fiction and futuristic fantasy, audiences will be entertained and terrified by the channel’s ground-breaking and genre-defining content.
Available in over 26 million UK households, Horror Channel and timeshift channel Horror Channel +1 attract an average of 6 million adults every month. Popular programming includes sci-fi TV series “Star Trek: The Original Series”, “Lost in Space”, “Sliders” and “Under the Dome”, and a movie portfolio spanning horror, disaster, thriller, fantasy and science-fiction genres which celebrate the stuff of dreams and nightmares.
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PS Publishing’s Electric Dreamhouse book imprint spearheaded by commissioning editor Neil Snowden gathers together genre authors, film makers and some of the finest critical voices in the field to give their own passionate perspective on a range of genre film making. Electric Dreamhouse—projections from the heart of genre cinema.
Twenty-one years in the making, PS Publishing sports a wealth of awards for both its specific imprints and 700 individual titles, and a writer roster that includes Brian Aldiss, Ray Bradbury, Ramsey Campbell, Charles De Lint, Steven Erikson Liz Hand, Joe Hill, Stephen King, and Michael Moorcock. Created and managed by author/editor Peter Crowther, an author and editor in his own right, PS has expanded to include the Stanza poetry imprint, the Drugstore Indian Press imprint, PS Artbooks (responsible for producing almost 200 volumes of 1940’s –‘50’s US comicbookss), and, most recently, the new cult popular Electric Dreamhouse imprint spearheaded by commissioning editor Neil Snowdon.