The Promised Land – Crowdfunding Now

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The Promised Land is a short film from Johan Eskew that will be produced by UK Filmmaker and Hothouse pal Scott Lyus. Taking a deep look into the worlds past and current issues… Continue reading

London Horror Festival 2017 Old Red Lion Theatre London

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Our favourite Horror Festival is back at Islington’s Old Red Lion Theatre for its seventh run of riotously rocking chills, thrills and laughs. The London Horror Festival works to promote new and innovative… Continue reading

Shark Week (2012) – Friday Morning Creature Feature

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I’m a sucker for Shark films and even the words ‘The Asylum’ would not make me slide this Blu back on the shelves at Muswell Hill’s Poundland. Patrick Bergan is gangster Tiburon, whose… Continue reading

Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1959)

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I first saw Journey to the Centre of the Earth on a small black and white telly at my grandparents house in around 1967. Back then I was immediately drawn into Henry Levin’s… Continue reading

Grimmfest Lineup Announced

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Grimmfest, Manchester’s Festival of Horror, Cult and Fantastic Film is back at the VUE Printworks from 5 to 8 October; bigger, bolder, and bloodier than ever before. An urban entertainment venue offering a… Continue reading

Mad Woman in My Attic! A Cabaret of Musical Lunacy

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We like a bit of theatre at the Hothouse, so long as it’s a bit scary or a touch mad so Monica Salvi’s Mad Woman in My Attic!, which is due to show… Continue reading

Dogged (2017)

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We really liked Richard Rowntree’s folk horror short Dogged and have been looking forward to his feature-length version of the film for some time now. The good news is that the movie is… Continue reading

Sherlock Holmes Vs. Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions by Lois H Gresh

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Mashing up Sherlock Holmes with HP Lovecraft seems to be pretty fashionable. Back in March we took a look at the first volume of James Lovegrove’s The Cthulhu Casebooks trilogy: Sherlock Holmes and… Continue reading

The Vault (2017)

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The Vault kicks off a bit like the Al Pacino fucked up bank heist flick Dog Day Afternoon (1975) which I absolutely love. Sisters Leah (Francesca Eastwood and yes she is Clint’s little… Continue reading

Gotham Season Three

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Do superheros belong in a horror blog? Sure it’s all fantasy but normally I’d say no, however I make an exception for the Dark Knight. Batman is most definitely a creature of the… Continue reading

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