The Body – We Chat to Filmmaker Jean-yan Babois

One of the fabulous things about today's internet and social media is getting to experience so much stuff from all over the world. Thinking back to growing up in the 1960s when we  only had a meagre three TV channels it seems like a different planet. So thanks to extended contacts posting on Facebook I... Continue Reading →

The Demonic Tapes (2017)

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 young man (Darren Munn) is alone in his north London home, housemates Paul and Zoe are away but he isn't going to... Continue Reading →

Agatha (2016)

Tim Vandenberg's Agatha tells the story of Sophie, a young girl who has been hired to take food up to a mysterious old woman who is locked in an attic. We don't know why perhaps she is a prisoner or maybe dangerous?  Each night, as Sophie completes her task, her curiosity draws her closer and... Continue Reading →

The Railway Carriage (2015)

John (Dean Sills) wakes suited and booted up in a chapel, candles and a ticking metronome by his head. Creepy enough but when he tries to leave he finds himself in a vintage railway carriage, The kind of railway carriage I remember from my 1960's childhood with their blue and black upholstery that smelt of... Continue Reading →

Sick: Q&A with writer & director Ryan M. Andrews

Ryan M. Andrews, writer and director of award-winning zombie flick Sick chats with The Horror Hothouse's Emma Knock about the science behind zombies, winning big at the Macabre Faire Film Festival and the growing Canadian indie horror scene. Sick is an independent zombie film set two years after the ‘infection’ spread. Billions of people have died and... Continue Reading →

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