Tall Man And Redwood UK Premieres In February Horror Channel Line Up

Horror Channel love to showcase talent and February two highly talented directors will shine.

There will be UK TV premieres of films for Redwood, Tom Paton’s fresh spin to creature-in-the-woods mythology. A nerve-shredding chiller that will make you think twice about going camping. Pascal Laugier’s long awaited follow-up to his classic Martyrs, The Tall Man is another rewarding thriller of astonishing depth.

Luls de la Madrid’s unholy supernatural shocker The Nun (nothing to do with Corin Hardy’s recent version). John Dahl’s white-knuckle thriller Joy Ride Starring the late Paul Walker, the Wachowski’s stylish, neo-noir crime caper Bound ,starring Jennifer Tilly and Gina Gershon. Alexandra Aja’s intensely disturbing Mirrors, starring Keifer Sutherland make up the other Network premieres.

Saturday 2 February @ 21:00 – THE NUN (2005) *Channel Premiere*


Years ago, a cruel and merciless nun turned a boarding school into a living hell for her students until they could no longer bear the abuse, causing her undiscovered death. Now, the alumni are being brutally murdered one by one. Feeling a familiar and evil presence, the surviving women regroup to save their lives and lay the nun to rest one final time.

Friday 8 February @ 21:00 – REDWOOD (2017) – *UK TV Premiere*


After some bad news back at home, musician Josh and his girlfriend Beth head out to a secluded national park in search of some clarity on the situation they’ll face when they return. But the couple get more than they bargained for when they ignore the advice of Park

Rangers and venture off the trail, coming face to face with The Redwood’s legendary wildlife. Starring Nicholas Brendon, Tatjana Nardone, Mike Beckingham, Muzz Khan, Jessica Jane Stafford.

Saturday 9 February @ 21:00 – JOY RIDE (2001) * Channel Premiere*


It’s the summer break, and three college students are ready to embark on a cross-country road trip. But what was supposed to be a vacation turns into a terror-driven nightmare game of cat and mouse when a psychotic trucker decides to stalks them.

Saturday 16 February @ 21:00 – THE TALL MAN (2012) *UK TV Premiere*


In the depressed Canadian town of Cold Rock, children are disappearing, Witnesses say they have seen a Tall Man at the scenes of the crimes, When this ‘tall man’ kidnaps the son of Julia Denning (Jessica Biel), the town nurse, Julia finds herself at the centre of an unravelling legend.

Friday 22 February @ 21:00 – BOUND (1996) *Channel Premiere*


Ceasar’s a guy who launders money for the mob. Violet’s the woman he’s been keeping the past five years and Corky is a beautiful ex-con who just got out jail. What’s the last thing that would come between them all? Could it be two million dollars in a suitcase on a desk in an apartment in Chicago? Or something else entirely…?

Friday 23 February @ 21:00 – MIRRORS (2008) *Channel Premiere*


From Alex Aja, the acclaimed director of Switchblade Romance and The Hills Have Eyes, comes a re-imagination of the South Korean horror hit Into the Mirror. Ben Carson is a troubled ex-cop relegated to security guard duty at a department store. The fashionable store has a tainted past due to a fire that resulted in horrific fatalities and injury. And now some mysterious deaths of employees and customers are occurring beside the floor mirrors. Ben begins to suspect supernatural powers at work and starts to investigate the strange and eerie events…

Weekdays @ 20:00 from Thursday 7 February – SLIDERS, Season 3 (1996) *Channel Premiere*


This one-hour science fiction series chronicles the travels of four people who ‘slide’ to parallel dimensions of Earth, experiencing and exploring the world as it would be if a different path had been taken, either personally or historically. Stars Jerry O’Connell, John Rhys-Davies, Sabrina Lloyd and Cleavant Derricks.

Horror Channel: Be Afraid
TV: Sky 317 / Virgin 149 / Freeview 70 / Freesat 138

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