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

Hothouse Hottie: Deborah Ann Woll (July 2012)

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She’s probably the hottest vampire we’ve ever seen on any TV show, with the exception of…um actually, no one. Known to most as the virginal vamp Jess in HBO’s True Blood, she’s been… Continue reading

Hothouse Hunk: Matthew McConaughey (July 2012)

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Southern charm, washboard abs and pecs you could crack walnuts on. He needs no introduction but I’m going to give him one anyway (metaphorically speaking, sadly). Welcome July’s Hothouse Hunk, Matthew McConaughey. Although… Continue reading

Indie Buzz: The Shadow Of Death (2012) review

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Last night I settled down to a viewing of independent British slasher, The Shadow of Death. A completely non-budget horror set in the English woodland following Debra (Corinna Jane) and her two housemates… Continue reading

Hothouse Hottie: Sarah Michelle Gellar (June 2012)

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 There are few women with more horror titles behind their name than June’s Hothouse Hottie. Her appearance would suggest she’s anything but the ‘final girl’, let alone one of our generation’s most prolific… Continue reading

Hothouse Hunk: Dustin Milligan (June 2012)

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Now we all love a good Canadian export, but here at The Horror Hothouse Review few outrank the delectable Dustin Milligan. It would appear, based on quite a hefty filmography, that our Dustin has… Continue reading

Stephen King’s IT to be split into two movies

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With twenty years and a truck load of reasons for this movie to be remade it seems like we finally some progress. The original which was made in 1990 is immensly enjoyable but… Continue reading

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