Mark Gatiss' personal look at the horror genre on film comes to a close with a look at the North American output of the '60s and '70s, taking in such "classics" as Psycho, Night Of The Living Dead and Halloween.
Written by the show's co-producer Phil Ford, the second story in Series 4 sees the return of an old enemy.
Countering last week's American-centric approach to the "horror" film in the first half of the 20th century, Part 2 of BBC Four’s A History Of Horror With Mark Gatiss brings us back to dear old Blighty.
Usually by the third year of any show, there’s a fair indication of whether it has the staying power for the long term.
All credit to Smallville for making it to a very impressive ninth season. You don’t survive that long in the cruel world of US TV without doing something right.
Mark Gatiss is pretty much everywhere at the moment. There’s his unashamedly personal A History Of Horror series, an upcoming Poirot adaptation for Halloween, and this, his new version of HG Wells’ classic The First Men In The Moon.
In this week's Merlin installment, ‘The Changeling’, Arthur finds that duty and true feelings may not necessarily be compatible in a country where warring kingdoms bring dangers and alliances must be strengthened by any means possible.
Series 4 looks set to be a cracking run for The Sarah Jane Adventures, with some very impressive guest appearances lined up and some highly intriguing episode titles.
Sherlock co-producer and writer Mark Gatiss has a long association with the notion of "horror".