[Podcast] The Blood Beast Terror (1968) – Episode 27 – Decades of Horror: The Classic Era

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“Galvanism isn’t working. It needs nourishment.” “Blood?” “Yes, blood. Human blood.” “The blood of a young girl?” “That would do perfectly.”   Yup. That’s where they immediately went with no explanation, leaving your Grue Crew to wonder, “Why is it always the blood of a young girl?” Join this episode’s Grue Crew – Chad Hunt, Joseph […]

Gruesome News Digest Vol.6

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A couple of big news story broke as the weekend geared up and well – I thought you would want to know about them sooner than later so – here’s a “special report” if you will. Mike Flanagan Confirms – He’s On Board As Director Of ‘Doctor Sleep’ Trailer And Key Art Debut For Genre […]

Bad Dads and Ferocious Fathers

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The character of the evil parent in horror has almost always been filled by the mother. Be it in Hitchcock’s Psycho or DePalma’s Carrie, the mad mother has been a staple of horror cinema for generations. However, what about the proverbial yin to the yang? Often a throwaway character used for a laugh or to […]

Scariest Hospital Scene – Phantom Factor

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Deep within the bowels of Gruesome Magazine headquarters, an elusive ghostly creature lurks. The Grue Crew can’t put their finger on what it is. Some say it’s a Batman style superhero lurking for justice in the corners. Others say it’s a vampire with massive fangs using the evasiveness to further draw you in. Plenty of […]

Gruesome News Digest Vol. 5

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Been a busy week for horror news so, let’s dive into the headlines that you need to know.  Strap in! ‘Hereditary’ Rocks Sundance – The Critics Go Crazy Joe Bobb and Shudder Want to Bring ‘MonsterVision’ Back to Life New Trailer Debuts for ‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ ‘God Particle’ – The Possible Next Chapter in the […]

RIP Author Jack Ketchum

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The horror literary world lost a giant today.  Jack Ketchum, often credited with spearheading the Splaterpunk craze has passed. His debut novel, Off Season, came to light in 1980 and took the horror world by storm.  Much like Stephen King, Ketchum had been submitting his work to men’s magazine for years prior to the publishing […]

Most Over The Top Horror Performance – Phantom Factor

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Deep within the bowels of Gruesome Magazine headquarters, an elusive ghostly creature lurks. The Grue Crew can’t put their finger on what it is. Some say it’s a Batman style superhero lurking for justice in the corners. Others say it’s a vampire with massive fangs using the evasiveness to further draw you in. Plenty of […]

Gruesome News Digest – Vol. 4 – Jan. 16th – 19th

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Ash Vs. Evil Dead Comes To Life Via A Trailer And New Key Art So, we’ve been pimping this upcoming new season of Ash Vs. Evil Dead for a while now and for the first time in the process we’ve got ourselves an honest to God trailer and it’s a beauty! Before we get to […]

The Best Zombie Moments In George A. Romero’s Dead Films

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I am a horror fan. I love the genre like no other and as a horror fan I have learned that there are two certainties we must deal with. 1. If a horror movie is beloved and considered a classic, it’ll undoubtedly be remade at some point. 2. Most of these remakes are sub-par at […]

[Contest] The Craft Swag Bag Giveaway from Comet TV

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Horror Fans and Sci-Fi Geek unite in January on COMET TV with the addition of The Craft, Labyrinth, Bubba Ho-Tep and more. To celebrate, COMET TV is teaming up with Horror News Radio and Gruesome Magazine to giveaway a COMET TV The Craft Swag Bag Giveaway.  Comet TV is available on many HD antennas, Cable Companies, Roku, and […]

Gruesome News Digest Vol. 3 – Jan. 9th – Jan. 12th

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Ready for your horror news update?  Been a few days and there have been some happenings in the gruesome world of horror so let’s get right to it. If Blumhouse Has Their Way – The Worlds Of Insidious And Sinister May Become One. Yeah – you’re reading that headline right.  Jason Blum – while talking […]

Phantom Factor – A New Segment for Horror News Radio!

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Grue Believers, with the passing of Santos Ellin Jr in 2017, we decided to retire Stump The Saint out of respect. Yet, along with dearly missing our departed friend, we also missed the weekly chance to get our fans involved on the show in a spirited competition of knowledge based in horror trivia. So, after putting our […]

Gruesome News Digest Vol. 2 – Jan. 6th – Jan. 9th

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Finally!  A Full Trailer For Victor Crowley Appears Since last fall, we’ve all be patiently waiting for the powers that be to give us a taste of what gory goodness Adam Green and his demented band of film fiends had in store for us with his little surprise chapter in Hatchet saga.  Sure, he ran […]

Gruesome News Digest – Vol 1 – Jan. 1st – Jan. 5th, 2018

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Something new for you Grue-believers.  From this point forward I’ll be shipping you the weeks biggest horror headlines via a series of digest posts – one early in the week and the last right before the weekend. Thinking Mondays and Fridays at this point – let me know what you think of the idea and […]

Pick The Streaming Movie or Show for HNR Patreon Exclusive of January – Patreon Exclusive

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There’s so much streaming content out there. It’s hard to pin down what to watch with all the money we spend on Netflix, Amazon or Shudder. Well, we are excited to announce that, starting this month, we are going to devote a new podcast towards covering something horror related for various streaming platforms. Each month, […]