Volunteer blogger Joe takes a look at the film that arguably kickstarted the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Stephen Norrington’s Blade (1998), starring Wesley Snipes.
As Ghostbusters hits our IMAX screen, we turn to our archives to explore the spooky ‘spirit’ photography of William Hope.
Curator Iain Logie Baird looks back at this forgotten gem of a short story and considers the Bradford-born author’s many contributions to television.
This week sees the release of a book co-authored by Brian May (yes, that one) about an unusual series of stereo photographs featuring hell, skeletons and demons all aglow.
Colin Harding takes a quick peek at the spooky world of photographic ghosts, from the first accidental images to the charlatans of the Crewe Circle.
Last night the museum and City Park were overrun by rampaging zombies… to promote our Fantastic Films Weekend, celebrating the best horror and SFF movies.
Mike McKenny takes a deep dive into the world of the Ford brothers’ zombie flick The Dead, with a review of the movie and an interview with the directors and star Rob Freeman.