Back in April we got to speak to director David Chaudoir about his short supernatural shocker Bad Acid. Well since then David has performed a touch of minor surgery on the tale of washed up stage hypnotist magician Marvin Maskelyn who discovers a mind altering tab of acid that provides a gateway to our world for a supernatural entity, inside a middle eastern lamp that he buys as a stage prop from a mysterious antiques shop.
Here at the Hothouse we think Bad Acid would sit great in one of those Amicus portmanteau horrors from the 1960s or 70s, like From Beyond the Grave or Dr Terror’s House of Horrors. Bad Acid’s new cut is currently being submitted to film festivals and independent film shows. The rather splendid Bad Acid poster has been designed by the talented Hothouse pal Graham Humphreys and the fantastic news is we have a copy of the poster for one lucky Hothouse reader to win!
To win this exclusive poster just answer the question below and e-mail the answer with your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org
Which Amicus portmanteau horror featured Hammer legend Peter Cushing as a mysterious antique shop owner?
A. From Beyond the Grave
B. Tales from the Crypt
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