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Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits – David Wong

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Confession time, this book has been sitting in my to read pile for two years. It’s probably the best travelled book I own, having been packed for holidays to Spain, Portugal, Montenegro, Croatia,… Continue reading

Relics by Tim Lebbon

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We like Tim Lebbon at the Hothouse. He’s a very adaptable writer who contributed some seriously good stuff to the Alien/Predator franchise with the Rage War trilogy and novelised big genre movies like… Continue reading

The Demonic Tapes (2017)

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What would you do if you heard strange noises emanating from a tatty old box you found in the cellar while searching for the Christmas tree? So its 22 December 2007 and a… Continue reading

Don’t Knock Twice (2017) A Very Peculiar Premiere

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One horror fan is getting a one of a kind treat tonight (28 April) as new Brit horror Don’t Look Twice gets it’s London premiere at the haunted Rio Cinema in Dalston. The… Continue reading

Baobhan Sith (White Fairy) (2017)

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Back in October 2015 we talked to director David Hutchison about his forthcoming Celtic horror feature Baobhan Sith (pronounced Bavanshee you Sassenach bystanders) (White Fairy) which was then soon to start the festival… Continue reading

The Skull (1965)

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I think the last time I saw The Skull it was it was a late night movie shown after ITV’s News at Ten back in about 1974. What’s more it was on a… Continue reading

The Stone Tape (1972)

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Here at The Horror Hothouse Review we have so far have kept things pretty contemporary. Some may berate us for this, “new horror is crap” some might yell “give us some of the… Continue reading

Shutter (2004)

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Gather round children and I will tell you a tale of betrayal, haunting and death; but please beware, you may die of fright… and my insurance doesn’t cover that. Asian horrors are ones… Continue reading

Triangle (2009)

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I suppose the first thing I should mention about this movie is that it’s very densely layered and complex. This is not some easy going fun but a blink and you’ll miss it… Continue reading

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