Category Archive: Independent

Tall Men AKA Customer 152 (2017) Director Jonathan Holbrook tells us why you should always read the small print

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Not to be confused with the Clark Gable horse opera of the same name Tall Men is a bigger budget remake of Jonathan Holbrook’s 2006 shocker Customer 152. Despite having a dead-end distribution… Continue reading

Cruel Summer DVDs to be Won

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Back in 2015 director Phil Escott told us al about his new Brit horror Cruel Summer. Since then the film featuring Danny Miller, Richard Pawulski, Natalie Martins and Reece Douglas, was selected for… Continue reading

Frankenstein Created Bikers (2016) – UK Premiere at Billy Chainsaw’s Subterranean

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As the first snows of winter swept though old London town, a bunch of us hardy horror fans braved the icy elements to enjoy the dark delights of the capital city’s top extreme… Continue reading

Egomaniac (2016)

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In the Hothouse dungeon we are great fans of Brit filmmaker Kate Shenton, whose second feature-length horror flick, Egomaniac premiered at London’s Horror Channel FrightFest 2016 and is now out on the festival… Continue reading

Remnants (2016)

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Detective Fenter (Hugh McCrae) thinks the case is going to be a dunker (over by breakfast) when Coroner Poe (Tonya Adamski) calls them in, but some dead weird shit is going on down… Continue reading

The Clown Attacks (2016)

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One of the highlights from The London Horror Society’s November Short Film Evening was this little gem The Clown Attacks. Executive produced by the Hothouse’s good friend Mr Scott Lyus the movie is… Continue reading

The Wolf and The Baby – Director William Bigos tells us WTF is going on

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One of the perks of hosting a Horror Blog is that lots of interesting folks want to share their stuff with you and your readers. Sometimes its good, sometimes its bad, occasionally its… Continue reading

Sons of Bitches (2016)

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Vampire flick Chimeres was one of the Hothouse’s favourite movie releases of 2014. Now Chimeres producer Olivier Beguin is filming the revenge Horror Western Sons of Bitches in, of all places Neuchatel, Switzerland,… Continue reading

Cruel Summer (2015) Director Phil Escott Spills the Beans on his Chilling Tale of Teenage Violence

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The Hothouse likes the look of director Phil Escott’s new movie Cruel Summer, a chilling but intelligent study of twisted teenage psychology and violence. Phil was kind enough to spare us some time… Continue reading

Preternatural (2015

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So what can you do with £100? How about make a horror movie, which is exactly what Paul Dixon Barker and Gav C Steel of Faster Indie have done. So Preternatural finds Dixon… Continue reading

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