Tag Archive: film

Raw (2016)

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Bring a sick bucket the tabloids yell about Julia Ducournau’s Raw, don’t they just love it, a movie featuring cannibalism set in a veterinary college and it’s in French too so no worries… Continue reading

English Gothic by Jonathan Rigby – Book Review

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Jonathan Rigby’s English Gothic was described by SFX as “Essential” they went onto say “Don’t even try to discuss British horror films until you’ve read it” when it was first published back in… Continue reading

Horror Brought to Life: Greatful Dead (2013) at the Final CUT!

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When Nick Romano said “Live fast, die young and have a good-looking corpse!”* he could have been talking about The Cut!, London’s best underground cinema club, sadly after four and half years Bizarre… Continue reading

Taryn Barker: Demon Hunter: Q&A with filmaker Zoe Kavanagh

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Currently in post-production Taryn Barker: Demon Hunter is a new monster hunting indie flick from Irish filmaker Zoe Kavanagh. Well you all know how much we like a bit of punk film making so we tracked Zoe down to her secret lair and… Continue reading

Horror Brought to Life: Phobia (2014) at the CUT!

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Twas the last CUT! before Christmas when all through London’s Horse Hospital, not a creature  was stirring… Except when something really scary happened! Yes the final CUT! presentation before Christmas, Phobia was a bit of a… Continue reading

Devils in Disguise: Q&A with Filmmaker Guillaume Campanacci

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If there is one thing we like at the Hothouse, it’s film folks with a ‘can-do’ attitude. French filmmaker Guillaume Campanacci certainly fits that bill having knocked out Devils in Disguise, his debut movie as director in… Continue reading

Horror Brought to Life: You and the Night / Les Rencontres d’après Minuit (2013)

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So, with the evenings drawing in it was well dark buy the time I rocked up to London’s Horse Hospital for November’s Cut! presentation. As ever Mr Chainsaw took to the stage first: “It’s… Continue reading

Unearthly Stranger (1963)

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Well, you wait for ages for some Cold War era Brit Sci-fi flicks and then two of them come along together! Hot on the heels of 1965’s Invasion from our friends at Network comes Unearthly Stranger. Unearthly Stranger’s paranoia… Continue reading

Invasion (1965)

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Drinking and driving is a bad idea, especially when the army radar is picking up mysterious flying objects that are too small to be the old British Air Ferries transporters on the way… Continue reading

Legacy of Thorn (2014)

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So, we’ve had Halloween, we’ve had Friday the 13th… and come to think of it, the Ides of March didn’t end too well either. Now it’s the turn of February 29th, which thankfully… Continue reading

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