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LHF Review: The Milkman Cometh

As this year’s amazing London Horror Festival draws to a close, Bruna went to check out the fabulous and utterly insane The Milkman Cometh, brought to the stage by Deadplant Theatre.  Here are her thoughts! The Milkman Cometh is not … Continue reading

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LHF Review: What The Dolls Saw

In this review from The London Horror Festival, Sam settled in for a night at The Pleasance to see the latest addition to the House of Macabre repertoire: Nic Lamont’s What the Dolls Saw. A funeral. A recently deceased father. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Harpoon

Being stranded at sea is a familiar horror trope these days, with movies like Triangle, Open Water and The Reef providing more than their fair share of high seas horror. The bleak, unending horizon offering nothing but doom and misfortune, … Continue reading

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LHF Review: Infinity Land

Sam returns to The Pleasance once again, this time to their more intimate Stage Space to see Somna Theatre Company’s one-woman horror Infinity Land. Before I’d even set-off to the theatre, I spotted a Twitter sneak peek of the set … Continue reading

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LHF Review: Scare Slam

London Horror Festival: SS

With Hallowe’en in the air and the London Horror Festival in full swing, Sam stopped by its new venue to see Blackshaw Theatre’s Scare Slam: its fifth annual night of spooky stories.   The main stage of The Pleasance Theatre … Continue reading

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