DON'T Look Behind You by Mel Sherratt: She got into bed, but sleep didn’t come easily. Every creak in the house made her alert. She was waiting for him to come and get her.

The small city of Stockleigh is in shock as three women are brutally attacked within days of each other. Are they random acts of violence or is there a link between the victims? For Detective Eden Berrisford, it’s her most chilling case yet.

The investigation leads Eden to cross paths with Carla, a woman trying to rebuild her life after her marriage to a cruel and abusive man ended in unimaginable tragedy. Her husband Ryan was imprisoned for his crimes, but now he’s out and coming for her.

As Eden starts to close in on the attacker, she also puts herself in grave danger. Can she stop him before he strikes again? And can Carla, terrified for her life, save herself - before the past wreaks a terrible revenge?


AMERICAN Horror Story has been renewed for another two seasons following series seven.

During the Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour, FX CEO John Landgraf confirmed that the anthology's co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk will also return for the future episodes.

He said: "American Horror Story launched the modern limited series revolution and - as evidenced by the most recent instalment Roanoke - it remains as vital today as when Murder House stunned audiences six years ago."

As with season six, the theme of S7 will be kept under wraps until the TV show is back on our screens later this year. S8-9 could potentially be the Murder House/Coven crossover that co-creator Ryan Murphy announced last year.

Although I love AHS, I'm more excited for Murphy's new anthology, Feud. The first season will revolve around the backstage battle between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis during the production of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

With a cast that includes Jessica Lange (Joan Crawford), Susan Sarandon (Bette Davis), Sarah Paulson (Geraldine Page), Judy Davis (Hedda Hopper), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Olivia de Havilland) and Kathy Bates (Joan Blondell), Feud is going to be off the hook.


THE Wonder Woman movie villain has been revealed.

Ares, played by Danny Huston, will be putting Gal Gadot's Diana Prince through her paces in the upcoming summer smash.

Set during WWI, allied pilot Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) steals a notebook filled with scientific formulas but crashes on the fictional island of Themyscira after being shot down.

Behind the scientific formulas is a deadly gas that could annihilate humanity. Ares, the god of war, wants them as he harbours a grudge against humankind - a creation of his father, Zeus.

Ares has been a frequent adversary of Wonder Woman in the DC Comics since the 1940's.

At the moment it looks as if Huston's character is Ares' earthly incarnation, however I fully expect him to have some sort of power to put up a good fight. I wouldn't expect anything less from a superhero movie.


LUCASFILM has no plans to digitally recreate Carrie Fisher's Star Wars' character.

The production company quashed the rumour that it was negotiating with the late star's estate via a statement on the website.

It read: "We don’t normally respond to fan or press speculation, but there is a rumor [sic] circulating that we would like to address. We want to assure our fans that Lucasfilm has no plans to digitally recreate Carrie Fisher’s performance as Princess or General Leia Organa.

"Carrie Fisher was, is, and always will be a part of the Lucasfilm family. She was our princess, our general, and more importantly, our friend. We are still hurting from her loss. We cherish her memory and legacy as Princess Leia, and will always strive to honor everything she gave to Star Wars."


EVERY now and then a movie comes along that piques my interest.

Raw, a French-Belgian horror flick written and directed by Julia Ducournau, has captured my attention from its trailer.

The film stars Garance Marillier as a young veterinary college student who, following an initiation ritual, becomes a cannibal.

It's been reported that guests at the Toronto Film Festival were left feeling weak at the knees, with some viewers receiving medical attention after allegedly fainting from the film's graphic scenes.

It was also screened in the International Critics' Week section at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival where it won the FIPRESCI Prize.

I don't know about you - but that sounds right up my street.

Raw will hit our screens on April 7. See you there.


HBO's Big Little Lies marks an important step for women, so says stars and executive producers Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman.

During the Television Critics Association's winter press tour, Witherspoon said: "Reading the novel for the first time, I saw myself at different stages of motherhood through my life."

Based on the best-selling book by Liane Moriarty, Big Little Lies revolves around three mothers (played by Witherspoon, Kidman and Shailene Woodley) whose seemingly perfect lives unravel after a murder-mystery that takes place during a disastrous parents' night at a school fundraiser.

Witherspoon and her producing partner Bruna Papandrea optioned the book and quickly brought Kidman in for what at the time was planned as a feature film before it landed at HBO as a miniseries.

Papandrea explained that she and Witherspoon are constantly looking for projects with multiple voices for women: "Our mandate was to put women at the centre of stories."

Witherspoon added: "We have to start seeing women how they actually are on film - we need to see real women's experience - whether that involves domestic violence, sexual assault, romance, infidelity or divorce. We as human beings learn from art."

The Oscar-winner stated that she was tired of seeing talented women "playing wives and girlfriends in thankless roles" and that she is at a place in her career where she has the unique privilege to come together with other women to work on material like Big Little Lies.

Kidman confirmed: "It's rare to find roles for five women in one piece that we'd all jump at the chance to play."

The series will arrive on UK screens this March.


THE Tales From The Crypt TV revival has been delayed.

M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense/Split) announced last year that he was bringing the popular horror anthology show back from the dead with a new series at TNT.

However, we might need to wait a little longer as the network issued the following statement: "The underlying rights to this classic, vintage property are complicated. TNT and others have been pursuing a solution for more than a year, with significant progress being made.

"We look forward to the potential for further active development of this valuable franchise once the clearance process is fully resolved."

The reboot doesn't seem dead, but don't expect to see the show reappear until next year.