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Unburied at The Vault Festival

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We have a bit of previous with Carrie Marx of Hermetic Arts, but in a good way because we absolutely loved her one woman show BADD (Bothered About Dungeons and Dragons) at the… Continue reading

Anno Dracula 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem collection

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Just in time for the festering season our good friends at Titan Comics have collected together all five issues of Kim Newman and Paul McCaffrey’s Anno Dracula 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem comics… Continue reading

Dark Circus London Premiere

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OK I have to fess up, that as the movie’s Twitter ringmaster, I had more than just a casual interest Julia Ostertag’s occult urban fantasy Dark Circus so I was really excited when… Continue reading

Father of Lies at the London Horror Festival

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The final show we took in at this year’s London Horror Festival was Father Of Lies from writer performers Sasha Roberts and Tom Worsley of Bete Noir Productions, and I think we may… Continue reading

BADD at the London Horror Festival

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No BADD is nothing to do with Michael Jackson, but it does take us back to the 1980s when America found itself gripped by the Satanic panic as US youth became obsessed with… Continue reading

House of Nostril at the London Horror Festival

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About half way into 2017’s London Horror Festival and so far all of the shows that I have seen have been of a very high standard. Last night’s performance of House of Nostril… Continue reading

The Men who Made Frankenstein at the London Horror Festival

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Having laughed ourself stupid at deranged slapstick humour of Last Chance Saloon’s Curse of the Mummy and then the knockabout lunacy of The Twins Macabre our final show at the London Horror festival… Continue reading

The Twins Macabre – Slay at the London Horror Festival

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Following on from our hilarious Saturday afternoon experience of the Curse of the Mummy at the London Horror Festival, an excellent meal at the German Donar Kebab restaurant in Upper Street and a… Continue reading

The Service at the London Horror Festival 2017

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Blimey Faceplant Theatre made us sign a disclaimer when we got to the top of the stairs at Islington’s  Old Red Lion Theatre and then snapped a selfie of everyone for the record.… Continue reading

TAG (2015) at Grimmfest 2017

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We loved Sion Sono’s epic Jidaigeki Yakuza Hip-Hop Horror Comic Opera Tokyo Tribe here at Hothouse Castle so that news that our friends at Eureka would not only be releasing Sono’s 2015 bonkers… Continue reading

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