Nick Horton

Peter Harness interview: adapting Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

Nick Horton Interview May 21, 2015

We chat to Peter Harness, writer of Doctor Who and Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, currently airing on Sunday nights on BBC One...

Outlander: the historical romance sci-fi fans could love

Nick Horton Feature Mar 26, 2015

Here’s why sci-fi fans have something to look forward to in Ron D. Moore’s Outlander, arriving on Amazon Prime in the UK today…

Why Charlie Higson's The Enemy is the next zombie series you need to read

Nick Horton Feature Sep 29, 2014

Nick tells us why Charlie Higson's zombie horror series is properly scary, thrilling stuff...

Charlie Higson interview: The Enemy, zombies, writing horror

Nick Horton Interview Sep 29, 2014

Nick chatted to Young Bond and The Enemy novelist Charlie Higson about George A. Romero zombies, scaring kids, and more...

What can we expect from new BBC drama, The Last Kingdom?

Nick Horton Feature Jul 10, 2014

Nick talks us through Bernard Cornwell's The Last Kingdom, soon to be a BBC Two TV series...

Doctor Who: the mystery of series 5's exploding TARDIS

Nick Horton Feature Apr 30, 2013

Nick ponders the unanswered questions that arose from Doctor Who's series 5 finale: what caused the TARDIS to explode, and why?

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell coming to the BBC

Nick Horton News Nov 30, 2012

The BBC has announced an ambitious fantasy adaptation of Susanna Clarke's magnificent Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell...

Top 10 upcoming British directors

Nick Horton Top 10 Jun 3, 2012

Nick salutes ten of the most promising upcoming British film directors around today

Duncan Kenworthy interview: The Eagle, 12A violence, flying blood and the British film industry

Nick Horton Interview Mar 21, 2011

Ahead of the release of The Eagle, Nick caught up with producer Duncan Kenworthy to discuss the casting and making of the film.

10 world cinema clichés

Nick Horton News Mar 11, 2010

Do all world cinema releases have nudity in them? Do characters really only speak in statements? Nick dissects the top ten world cinema cliches...

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