Tag Archive: horror

The Society of Blood – Obsidian Heart Book Two by Mark Morris

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When we left reformed jailbird Alex Locke at the end of The Wolves of London, the time travelling power of the Obsidian Heart had just stranded him in Victorian London. It wasn’t all… 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

Borley Rectory: Q&A with Animator Ashley Thorpe

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Borley Rectory in Essex had the reputation of being the most haunted house in Britain. The Gothic revival house, built in 1822 to house the rector of the local parish was demolished in 1944… Continue reading

Your Servants and Your People: The Walkin’ Trilogy (Book Two) review

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Your Servants and your People is part two of a zombie story, but it’s a zombie story with a difference. In Your Brother’s Blood, (Book One of the Walkin’ trilogy) author David Towsey… Continue reading

The Wolves of London: Obsidian Heart Book One review

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When the teenage Alex Locke did his bird for armed robbery, hard man Benny Magee took him under his protection. Prison worked for Alex, he worked hard, came out with an academic degree… Continue reading

Zombie Bites review

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What is it about zombies that has caught the contemporary horror fan’s imagination? Sure, they are pretty nasty with all that brain eating and shambling about making the place look really untidy, and… 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

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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