Set in 1953, just as the French colonial administration is in the last stages of fighting a desperate war against Vietnamese independence, first time director Derek Nguyen’s The Housemaid (Cô Haû Gaí) is… Continue reading
I recently reviewed Sean Breathnack’s Irish ‘Cabin in the Woods’ supernatural body count chiller Beyond the Woods for Diabolique, follow this link if fancy giving it a read.
I don’t often feel the need to view a picture multiple times before a review, but there was just so much bonkers crazy stuff competing for my attention in Nobuhiko Obayashis’s House that… Continue reading
Here’s a link to review of food footage shocker The Devil’s Well that I wrote for Diabolique.
January has been a busy month down in the Hothouse dungeon so we only got to view five movies from our bumper bargain pile. First up and the pick of the bunch was… Continue reading
Funny isn’t it how the internet allows us to be in some ways more connected with people yet at the same time more isolated and lonely. This is the theme running behind Jared… Continue reading
Some folks say that Billy Wilder’s The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, which is released on Blu-ray today (22 January), is the greatest Sherlock Holmes film ever made, even though the finished movie… Continue reading
We loved Tony Jopia’s hilarious Werewolf/Carry On/spaghetti mash-up Crying Wolf (2015). Now Tony’s back with his unique take on cosy Brit Sci-fi with Cute Little Buggers. Here’s my review of the bunnies gone… Continue reading
Not a lot got done in the Hothouse Dungeon during the last gasp of 2017, but we did at least get to view a few movies from the ever-growing Bargain Basement pile. Oddly… Continue reading
So what was in the first half of December’s Bargain Basement of Horror? First up was Ghostboat (AKA Alarmed 2014) which was a quid in Poundland. Samantha (Jennifer Stuckert) is acquitted on the… Continue reading