Ten Horror Films You Didn’t Know Were Set At Christmas

We all know it is Christmas time when we start seeing the meme about whether or not Die Hard is a Christmas movie. But what you might not know is that there are several horror versions of this argument. So … Continue reading

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Introducing: Neon Horror

Artemisia’s Axe and the Corpse’s Tongue is a small publishing house created by two queer artists Jessica and Jonas, based in Glasgow, Scotland. Neon Horror is their latest venture… Artemisia’s Axe was started with the intention of creating a space … Continue reading

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My Top Five Episodes Of Tales From The Crypt

Tales From The Crypt is undoubtedly one of the most iconic horror anthology series around. Some would even say that it is the best. Using the EC Comic Tales From The Crypt as its base, we watch the villain meeting … Continue reading

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LHF Review: Him Indoors

Sam returned to The Pleasance in Islington for his fifth and final review of this year’s London Horror Festival: Cheekyita’s comedy horror Him Indoors. Sold as “The Mighty Boosh meets The Wicker Man” (with demonic eels), the story starts with … Continue reading

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LHF Review: Edred, The Vampyre

Oh, Edred – the vampyre that had sex with Shakespeare but did not bite him; the vampyre that likes garlic and that loves the sunshine. What else is there to say? Edred, the Vampyre played last week as part of … Continue reading

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