Houthouse Hunk: John Bernthal & Andrew Lincoln (September 2012)

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In an unprecedented move September’s Hothouse Hunk will be not one but TWO superhunks. These two beautiful men are  the cherry on top of the amazing horror-drama series The Walking Dead who have… Continue reading

Hothouse Hottie: Drew Barrymore (September 2012)

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She’s come a long way from her role in Spielberg’s E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, blossoming into one rather troubled teen and finally transforming into Hollywood’s golden girl and one of the most likeable and… Continue reading

Hothouse Hunk: Daniel Radcliffe (August 2012)

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Who’d have though that awkward and somewhat laughable little boys would have not only become one of the biggest actors around but also develop into a damn good actor with the sustainability to… Continue reading

How to survive a zombie apocalypse

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There’s been no shortage of buzz around our undead friends these past couple of years with TV shows such as The Walking Dead making it big and movies like the upcoming World War Z,… Continue reading

Spidarlings (2012) preview

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Every once in a while we at The Horror Hothouse Review like to look for something a little different in a movie and we have certainly found that in Spidarlings. Or at least… Continue reading

Hothouse Hottie: Eliza Dushku (August 2012)

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So it would appear that last month’s lady Deborah Ann Woll is sandwiched in between two vampire slayers (unlucky for her). In June we saw Sarah Michelle Gellar take the crown, and now… Continue reading

Little Deaths (2011)

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The horror anthology can mean many things to a fan of the genre. For some it is a tried and true method of storytelling adding variety and spice to a viewing experience. For… Continue reading

The Unborn (2009)

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The premise, pretty darn scary – whilst Casey Beldon (Odette Annable) is babysitting she has a horrific nightmare about an evil little child and a dog with an upside down head *cue terror*.… Continue reading

Mother’s Boys (1994)

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Cropped 90s hair, smug smile, killer shoulder pads and everything in red, red, red; it was only a matter of time before someone cast Hollywood’s favourite final girl as the one with the… Continue reading

Lake Mungo (2008)

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Lake Mungo as a film is an enigma. From the start it takes you one direction before dragging you off on another, then another, then another. It’s a rare viewing experience for me,… Continue reading

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