Tag Archive: sci-fi

The Rizen (2017)

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You could be forgiven for expecting a polite BritCom to be finishing off the Sci-Fi London film Festival, given that the cast of The Rizen features Adrian Edmonson (Bottom, The Young Ones) Sally… Continue reading

Salient Minus Ten – New Poster Reveal

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With Alan Austen (Letters from a Bomber Pilot, Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back) replacing Dean Sills as Adam Harper, the lead character in Emma Dark’s new Sci-Fi Horror Salient… Continue reading

The Watchers – Author Neil Spring talks Aliens UFOs and Secrets

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Inspired by documented UFO sightings and once classified government documents, The Watchers, which was published by Quercus Books on 24 September, is the latest novel from Neil Spring, whose bestselling debut, The Ghost… 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

Timeslip / The Atomic Man (1955)

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The police drag the near lifeless body of a man from the Thames, a bullet lodged in his back. On the operating table his heart stops, to all intents and purposes the man… Continue reading

Gleam review

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Tom Fletcher’s The Ravenglass Eye was one of the Hothouse’s favourite literary chillers of 2013. Fletcher’s latest Gleam is quite a departure from the horrid happenings in the northern village of Ravenglass. Gleam is the first part of the Factory… Continue reading

Extraterrestrial (2014)

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So, you get bombed on a night out and wake up hungover in a strange bed at an apartment you have never been to before, you are only wearing your pants and there’s this strange… Continue reading

The Changes (1975)

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Now listen up Hothouse Flowers, The Changes, which as just been re-released by the British Film Institute as part of their BFI SCI FI: Days of Fear and Wonder celebration, may have been… Continue reading

Indie Buzz: Apocalypse Kiss (2014)

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As future dystopias go Apocalypse Kiss ticks several of the expected boxes. Select band of rich folks living in one part of town, check; underclass of workers, criminals and prostitutes in the other,… Continue reading

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