Vault Of Evil

British Horror fiction

  • Vault would like to thank:

    Robinson's Logo Constable-Robinson, for their continued kindness and support!
  • Pages

  • Vault on WordPress

    Plenty of Previous ...

    link to New English Library

    creepingevil

    link to Fontana

    link to Morbid Mayflowers

    link to Pan horrors

    link to Panther Horror

    link to Sordid Sphere

    link to terribletandems

    link to Terror Takeaways

    link to Gruesome Cargoes

    link to Gregory Pendennis Library Of Black Sorcery

  • Subscribe

  • Vintage Horror Anthologies

  • Publishers/ editors

  • Top Posts



  • Them as does evil have been …..

  • Meta

Peter Haining – Late Night Horror Omnibus

Posted by demonik on September 10, 2007

Peter Haining (ed.) – The Late Night Horror Omnibus: Great Tales From TV Anthology Series (Orion, 1993)

Peter Haining – Introduction

John Dickson Carr – Vampire Tower Appointment With Fear
Cornell Woolrich – The Corpse And The Kid Suspense
Thomas Burke – The Hollow Man Lights Out
Steve Fisher – What Price Murder? Danger
H. G. Wells – The Crystal Egg Tales Of Tomorrow
John Collier – Back For Christmas Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Larry Marcus – The Hand One Step Beyond
Rod Serling – Where Is Everybody? The Twilight Zone
August Derleth – The Incredible Dr Markesan Thriller
E. M. Forster – The Machine Stops Out Of This World
H. R. Wakefield – Farewell Performance Moment Of Fear
Algernon Blackwood – The Terror Of The Twins Tales Of Mystery
Roald Dahl – William And Mary Way Out
Edgar Allan Poe – William Wilson Great Ghost Stories
Clifford D. Simak – The Duplicate Man The Outer Limits
John Wyndham – Random Quest Out Of The Unknown
Margaret Oliphant – The Open Door Mystery And Imagination
Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle – The Kiss Of Blood Late Night Horror
L. P. Hartley – The Killing Bottle Journey Into The Unknown
H. P. Lovecraft – Pickman’s Model Night Gallery
M. R. James – The Treasure Of Abbot Thomas Ghost Story For Christmas
A. M. Burrage – The Summer House Ghost Story
W. W. Jacobs – The Monkey’s Paw Orson Welles’ Great Mysteries
Kingsley Amis – The Ferryman Haunted
Nigel Kneale – The Tarroo Ushtey Beasts
Robert Muller – Countess Ilona Supernatural
Philip Ketchum – Death Can Add Tales Of The Unexpected
William F. Nolan – The Partnership Darkroom
Stephen King – Gramma New Twilight Zone
Richard Matheson – The Doll Amazing Stories
Andrew Weiner – Distant Signals Tales From The Darkside
Ray Bradbury – The Coffin A Twist In The Tail
Robert Bloch – The Legacy Monsters

A collection of the most terrifying and popular horror stories that have entertained and frightened television viewers around the world. A must for any horror addict.

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein – Freddie of Nightmare On Elm Street – Bram Stoker’s Dracula – The Twilight Zone – Roald Dahl’s Tales Of The Unexpected – Alfred Hitchcock Presents – The Hammer House Of Horror – Stephen Speilberg’s Amazing Stories – Tales From The Darkside

The late-night horror show has long been a favourite with British and American viewers. audiences have been gripped by terrifying monsters and tales of horror that have become legends: Frankenstein and Dracula, alongside the stories of Roald Dahl, Robert Bloch, Stephen King and Ray Bradbury.

Half a century of the best late-night horror shows is found in these pages complete with details of the programmes they have inspired, and the actors they have made famous. Here are stories so chilling and so sinister that they will linger in your nightmares forever ….

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

 
%d bloggers like this: