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London Horror Festival 2014 Launch Night review

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With the rain pouring and the sky growing ever darker, we made our way through Vauxhall’s dimly lit streets toward the Lost Theatre for the launch night of the London Horror Festival. On… Continue reading

London Horror Festival 2014 Launch Night

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Returning for its fourth terrifying year, the London Horror Festival kicks off this evening (12th October 2014) at the Lost Theatre in Vauxhall. Tonight’s spectacular launch night sees the return of Stage Fright, the… Continue reading

London Horror Festival 2014

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The foggy mornings, the crispness in the air, the turning of the leaves… Yes, it can only mean one thing, sing it with me now: “This is Halloween, this is Halloween.” Are you… Continue reading

Penny Dreadful Preview

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Lurking in the deepest, darkest (not to mention dankest) corners of Victorian London are some of literature’s most terrifying characters and, in just one month’s time, they’ll be in our living rooms too.… Continue reading

Indie Buzz: Lord of Tears (2013) trailer

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Back in March 2013, we introduced you to director Lawrie Brewster and his upcoming Scottish supernatural chiller, Lord of Tears. Since then, we’ve had the pleasure of reviewing it and we can confidently say… Continue reading

Life on Mars: Q&A with The Cabining actress Melissa Mars

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Actress and singer-songwriter Melissa Mars catches up with The Horror Hothouse‘s Emma Knock about her role in horror comedy The Cabining, working with John Travolta and what’s coming up next. The Cabining focuses on hapless… Continue reading

Chattering with the Cenobite: Q&A with writer & actor Nicholas Vince

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Shortly after seeing his chilling new double bill at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden, we had the pleasure of catching up with the man who has the most famous smile (and potentially forehead… Continue reading

What Monsters Do: Q&A with director Philip North

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What Monsters Do and The Puppetry of Flesh director Philip North catches up with The Horror Hothouse‘s Emma Knock about his love of theatre and horror, working with the legendary Cenobite and what’s… Continue reading

What Monsters Do at London Horror Festival review

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Last weekend we had the pleasure of seeing the final night of Nicholas Vince’s new play, What Monsters Do, at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden as part of the London Horror Festival. Vince,… Continue reading

Indie Buzz: The Cabining (2013) review

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Back in May, we first introduced you to this promising horredy. One preview and two interviews later, we finally had the pleasure of watching it for ourselves and let me start by saying,… Continue reading

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