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Kat Hughes

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Kat has had a love of films for as long as she can remember. She was brought up on a solid diet of Gremlins, Labyrinth, Terminator (1 and 2) and the Alien franchise meaning she isn't your 'typical' girl.

All The News From The Bruce Campbell Panel At Walker Stalker...

Horror icon Bruce Campbell took to the panel stage in London this past weekend to host a Q and A with attendees of the...

Everything We Learned From The ‘The 100’ Panel At...

Ahead of its US return on 24th April, The 100 stars Eliza Taylor, Richard Harmon and Sachin Sahel, took to the Walker Stalker London stage to...

Are The 100’s Murphy & Bellamy Destined to Destroy...

Though it's due back on US screens on 24th April (with a UK date to be set), it seems like forever since The 100 was...

Exclusive Interview With Hollywood Legend Bruce Campbell

This weekend over in London's Kensington Olympia, the third annual Walker Stalker Convention took place. The event allows fans to interact with stars of...

Video Interview: ‘The Walking Dead’ Actor Seth Gilliam

The Walking Dead is one of the most popular television shows in the world. People across the globe are obsessed with series that deals...

Video Interview: ‘Bates Motel’ & ‘The Walking Dead’...

Austin Nichols has been acting on our screens since his early twenties. Over the years he has appeared in a plethora of high profile...

Home Entertainment: ‘Keep Watching’ DVD Review

A suburban family finds themselves terrorised by a masked group of assailants in the latest DTV horror, Keep Watching. Directed by Sean Carter, a first-time...

Frightfest Glasgow: ‘Sixty Minutes To Midnight’ Review: Dir. ...

Sixty Minutes to Midnight review: A man finds himself the star of a warped reality show competition in this low-budget home-invasion thriller. Sixty Minutes to...

Frightfest Glasgow: ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ Review: Dir. Issa...

Tigers Are Not Afraid Review: Remember when Guillermo Del Toro burst onto the movie scene with Pan's Labyrinth? Well we might have found our...

Frightfest Glasgow: ‘Friendly Beast’ Review: Dir. Gabriela Amaral (2018)

Friendly Beast Review: A waitress finds herself caught in the middle when her place of work comes under attack in this grisly empowered horror. Friendly...