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The Men who Made Frankenstein at the London Horror Festival

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Having laughed ourself stupid at deranged slapstick humour of Last Chance Saloon’s Curse of the Mummy and then the knockabout lunacy of The Twins Macabre our final show at the London Horror festival… Continue reading

The Twins Macabre – Slay at the London Horror Festival

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Following on from our hilarious Saturday afternoon experience of the Curse of the Mummy at the London Horror Festival, an excellent meal at the German Donar Kebab restaurant in Upper Street and a… Continue reading

Curse of the Mummy at the London Horror Festival

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I can’t think of a much better way to kick off a packed Saturday at the London Horror Festival than a visit to the Last Chance Saloon. Already established performers at the Edinburgh… Continue reading

The Service at the London Horror Festival 2017

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Blimey Faceplant Theatre made us sign a disclaimer when we got to the top of the stairs at Islington’s  Old Red Lion Theatre and then snapped a selfie of everyone for the record.… Continue reading

The Shadow Over Innsmouth at The London Horror Festival 2017

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There’s nothing quite like a bit of HP Lovecraft for getting the sauce flowing at the London Horror Festival (see what we did there?). Sure old HP was a very important figure in… Continue reading

The Bride (2017) at Grimmfest

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The opening sequence of Svyatoslav Podgayevsvsky’s The Bride initially reminded me a little of Peter Newbrook’s Brit Horror The Asphix (1972), when a photographer in pre-revolutionary Russia become convinced that he could capture… Continue reading

TAG (2015) at Grimmfest 2017

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We loved Sion Sono’s epic Jidaigeki Yakuza Hip-Hop Horror Comic Opera Tokyo Tribe here at Hothouse Castle so that news that our friends at Eureka would not only be releasing Sono’s 2015 bonkers… Continue reading

Broken Meats by David Hambling

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Broken Meats is the second of David Hambling’s Harry Stubbs adventures. Following on from the Lovecraftian The Elder Ice we discover that Stubbs has been laid off by Latham and Rowe and is… Continue reading

Borley Rectory at Grimmfest 2017

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Here at Hothouse dungeons we have been looking forward to seeing Ashley Thorpe’s Borley Rectory for some time now (see interview with Ashley here), so we were delighted when those nice folks at… Continue reading

Hothouse Favourite Adonis and Aphrodite now free to view

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We are big fans of filmmaker David Chaudoir at Hothouse Dungeons so we were delighted when David slipped a note under the door with the news that his blackly funny short film Adonis… Continue reading

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