Choke Bay by Howard Jackson

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After 13 years in the Army Spencer Calbeck returns to his home town of Choke Bay, just outside Whitby. Ostensibly Spencer’s rerturn is to celebrate the engagement of his adoptive sister, Lauren to… Continue reading

The London Horror Festival 10th – 30th October Old Red Lion Theatre London N1

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It’s back, it’s bigger and it’s got a new home, The London Horror Festival will be tingling spines and on occasion tickling the capital’s funny bone from October 10 to 30 at a… Continue reading

Meat (2010)

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So this butcher (Titus Muizelaar) is having it off with the prostitute, who lives above his shop, in the meat locker. Roxy (Nellie Benner), his young assistant, films them at it on her… Continue reading

Other Halves (2015)

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So it’s the night before the big launch of Other Halves, the new dating app that analyses all your online activity (social media, shopping, etc.) to find your perfect mate and a team… Continue reading

Look at These Wheels

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So what’s a small town classic car show got to do with a horror website? Well cop a look at these wheels spotted at the Loughton Classic Car Drive In.. Yes it’s a… Continue reading

The Somnambulist and The Psychic Thief by Lisa Tuttle

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Or more properly The Curious Affair of The Somnambulist and the Psychic Thief is the latest paperback from The Mysteries author Lisa Tuttle. As any fan of late Victorian melodrama has probably guessed… Continue reading

Blackburn (2015)

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‘I think we should probably split up’ no, no, no,. no you scream that’s the last thing you should do when you are exploring the old abandoned gold mine in the Alaskan wilderness,… Continue reading

Let’s go to Pieces with Cappuccino’s Dean Harris

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I think it must be some kind of inverse reaction, but with mainstream cinema dominated by ‘safe’ sequels and reboots, the UK indie scene is pushing out a whole bunch of original new… Continue reading

Maul Cop – Chewed over with Andy Walker

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While the big studios are churning out a depressing quantity of sequels, reboots and remakes, original horror’s brightest hope is the independent sector and there is some really innovative and inspiring work out… Continue reading

King Ripple – we make Waves with Filmmaker Luke Jaden

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We like a touch of urban magic at the Hothouse and when we viewed Luke Jaden’s short King Ripple we were enchanted by writer/director/actor’s imaginative vision of teenagers exploring a haunted wasteland. It’s… Continue reading

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