Hothouse Hottie: Eva Green (April 2012)

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Eva Green is no stranger to the weird, the wonderful and the downright horrifying (and we’re not just talking about Daniel Craig’s Bond) and with the PR machine in full swing promoting Burton’s… Continue reading

Martyrs (2008)

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“It’s so easy to create a victim, young lady, so easy. You lock someone in a dark room. They begin to suffer. You feed that suffering – Methodically, systematically and coldly. And make… Continue reading

Friday The 13th (1980) at The Yard

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Friday The 13th. We’d already been nigh on stranded in Stratford after the Overground broke down, we got on the wrong bus, we got back on the bus, then came the traffic. Finally… Continue reading

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

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