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The Elder Ice: A Harry Stubbs Adventure by David Hambling

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Introducing a new hero to the world of weird fiction, a big welcome to Harry Stubbs. In the London of 1924 former professional boxer Stubbs is working for the law firm of Latham… Continue reading

The Chimera Brigade

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Just as Wonder Woman rewrites World War One, The Chimera Brigade (from our friends at Titan Comics) rises from the ashes of the great conflict. On the French front lines Marie Curie studied… Continue reading

Relics by Tim Lebbon

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We like Tim Lebbon at the Hothouse. He’s a very adaptable writer who contributed some seriously good stuff to the Alien/Predator franchise with the Rage War trilogy and novelised big genre movies like… Continue reading

The Demonic Tapes (2017)

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What would you do if you heard strange noises emanating from a tatty old box you found in the cellar while searching for the Christmas tree? So its 22 December 2007 and a… Continue reading

Anno Dracula 1899 by Kim Newman

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We like Daikaiju, we like Dracula and we like Kim Newman so what’s not to like about Anno Dracula: 1899 from our good friends at Titan Books The big news is that this… Continue reading

The Addams Family Musical

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The Hothouse was in Edinburgh for the Beltane Fire Festival on 30 April so wanting to make the best of our trip we booked tickets for the closing night of The Addams Family… Continue reading

Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell (2014) AKA The Japanese Evil Dead

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Remember those glorious grainy Japanese VHS nasties from the 1980s, well Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell is a long-lost ‘forgotten video nasty’ originally filmed between 1995 and 2009. Shinji (director and writer… Continue reading

Raw (2016)

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Bring a sick bucket the tabloids yell about Julia Ducournau’s Raw, don’t they just love it, a movie featuring cannibalism set in a veterinary college and it’s in French too so no worries… Continue reading

Anno Dracula 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem by Kim Newman

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Last week’s highlight was the launch of Anno Dracula 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem at London’s Phoenix Artists Club in te presence of writer and all around genius Kim Newman, illustrator Paul McCaffrey… Continue reading

Don’t Knock Twice (2017) A Very Peculiar Premiere

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One horror fan is getting a one of a kind treat tonight (28 April) as new Brit horror Don’t Look Twice gets it’s London premiere at the haunted Rio Cinema in Dalston. The… Continue reading

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