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  Horror fans who subscribe to Sky Television are advised to mark 3rd May in their diary. That's when a new free-to-air-service begins, with the aim of providing genre buffs with a steady stream of classic horror fare.

Managing director Tony Hazel has issued a mouth-watering declaration of intent, stating that his channel will lean towards American fare while fully catering for fans of UK and European horror.

Amongst the opening raft of titles, you'll find Goodbye Gemini, White Zombie, Dementia 13, Nothing But The Night and The Ghoul: the latter will be the curtain raiser at 6.00pm on the 3rd. Check out their web site for full listings. Those of you with any thoughts on this exciting new venture should use our forums to air your views.
  Steve Langton [18 Apr 2004 at 16:02]

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