April Fool’s Day (1986)

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Let me start off this review by saying that we at Horror Hothouse love a good seasonal flick, from our Christmas and Halloween favourites to the more elusive holidays that you wouldn’t even expect there… Continue reading

Hothouse Hottie: Kate Beckinsale (March 2012)

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Last month we were raving about Kristen Stewart’s arse, but after looking a little closer to home, there’s only one arse on our minds right now, and that belongs to Kate Beckinsale. She… Continue reading

Hothouse Hunk: David Boreanaz (March 2012)

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Now you may find it odd that this month’s Hothouse Hunk happens to be David Boreanaz while we here at the Horror Hothouse are in the early stages of a Buffyathon, but I… Continue reading

Poltergeist (1982)

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For me, Poltergeist was one of those movies that used to compel me to sneak into my parent’s bedroom to the ‘forbidden’ VHS cupboard just so that I could get a glimpse of… Continue reading

Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows new posters released

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Back at the beginning of January, I hailed Dark Shadows as one of my most anticipated movies of the year. Starring Johnny Depp *swoon*, Christopher Lee, Eva Green, Michelle Pfeiffer and, not surprisingly,… Continue reading

Trailer: Dark Shadows (2012)

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Every once in a while a film comes along that you are really excited for and, as a certain vampire slayer might say, it makes you do ‘the wacky’. For me, that film is… Continue reading

Grace (2009)

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  Is there something intrinsically scary about babies? Harbingers of death and doom, beacons for the supernatural instilled with sensors for evil. No I don’t like babies at all; children even, but rarely… Continue reading

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)

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In a lurid attempt to revive a slasher genre that is well past its prime I dare say the people attached to this film fancied they had another Scream on their hands; a… Continue reading

The Cave (2005)

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No, I didn’t find my way into mama and papa’s private video collection, The Cave is a noughties horror movie that centres on a group of scientists and divers who get trapped in… Continue reading

C.H.U.D. (1984)

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Say it with me now! Cannibalistic Humaniod Underground Dweller. Music to your ears? Well perhaps a discordant jangling but pleasurable none the less. Somehow C.H.U.D has managed to force itself into the conscious… Continue reading

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