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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Film Review: Doctor Sleep

Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining has sat atop horror’s Mount Everest, like the Overlook itself, surveying all that has come after it for almost forty years. A horror icon that is perhaps the most transcendent of the genre; it is a … Continue reading

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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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