Dominic Brunt is best known for playing vet Paddy Kirk in Emmerdale - but he is also a self-confessed horror addict and is about to release his second film Bait in cinemas on September 4.
The actor and his wife Joanne came up with the concept, which is also directed by Dominic.
Describing the film, which is out on DVD on September 7, Dominic says: "The main themes of the film to me are - 'What do we mean by evil?' We throw the word around to explain away terrible behaviour. If you don't believe in evil (and I don't), what then?
"Also the fact that wherever there is ambition, there is someone there ready to exploit that ambition. The whole film is allegorical and relates to the banking system and the fact that there is no empathy, just profit above ALL."
The talented actor also chats about life in the Dales.
Katie Piper joins us ahead of a return to our screens in a one-off TV show exploring different and extraordinary ways 21st century women give birth.
She tells us what life is like as a mother and her plans for the future.
Katie Piper's Extraordinary Births is on Channel 4 at 10pm on Wednesday 2nd September.
I literally don't remember it. It was such a blur.
X Factor kicked off at the weekend and we catch up with auditionee Lauren Murray who made an early impression with the judges.
Plus Dan has all of the other talking points from the new series of the ITV talent show.
Finally I did a role that mirrored who I was in real life, which is crabby, evil and I feel the need to overtake everything
We know Oscar winner Sandra Bullock from Gravity, The Blind Side, Speed, The Proposal and lots more but in her new role, she's embracing the dark side as ambitious villain Scarlet Overkill in the Minions movie.
Sandra said of five-year-old adoptive son, Louis, "He doesn't know what I do. Work just means I leave and he doesn't like it when I leave. That's the way I'd like to keep it for a little while . I don't want him to like what I do. I want him to be embarrassed by me. That's what you do, you don't think your parents are cool! I want him to be like every other kid and think, 'ugh, she's so irritating.'"
Stars of stage and screen Tom Conti and Gwen Taylor join forces for the first time to star in new play Before The Party.
Based on a short story by Somerset Maugham, the production centres around the Skinner family as they try and adjust to post-war life trying to make things as normal as possible and prepare for their latest social gathering.
Former Miranda star Tom and ex Coronation Street actress Gwen join us to tell us all about it...
Someone asked me how long the tour has been going on and I reply, 'Almost 40 years!' We've never really stopped.
With his glamorous assistant and wife Debbie McGee at his side, magician Paul Daniels has captivated audiences for over 40 years.
Today they join Gaby on the sofa to talk about their brand new tour with the Intimate Magic Show , plus their incredible career as entertainers.
It's not even hit our screens yet, but Caroline Flack has already picked out her early favourite from this year's X Factor - an Asian girlband who jetted over to the UK especially for the auditions.
Dan Wootton joins us to give us the latest gossip ahead of the start of this year's extravaganza. How exciting!
Plus he picks out the biggest music and film releases this weekend - including a new track by pop star Example that references our very own Lorraine.
I was looking at the script on the tube and everyone was staring at me!
All round entertainer Bonnie Langford joins Gaby to talk about her dramatic storyline as Carmel on EastEnders, which sees her have a passionate encounter with Masood, just as tragedy strikes for the Ahmed and Kazemi families...
We also ask her what else she's been up to and whether she misses the great lights of being in all-singing, all-dancing stage productions.