Dee Wallace Joins A Cast Of Icons In ‘Dead afterlife’

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We here at Gruesome Magazine have had the honor of watching Dead afterlife grow from an idea to a reality.  The brainchild of Michael Joy – who runs horrornews.net – the very place were your Gruecrew cut their teeth – has been humping his butt getting this film made for longer than I’m sure he […]

[Podcast] The Blob (1988) – Episode 126 – Decades of Horror 1980s

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“I’ll be good I swear… I’ll never see a movie ever again.” Eddie Beckner (Douglas Emerson) tries to wrap his young mind around the horror that is The Blob. Thirty years after the iconic Steve McQueen vehicle became one of the definitive 1950s drive-in classics of the sci-fi/horror genre, director/writer Chuck Russell – along with his Nightmare […]

“The Possession Experiment” (2016): Creepy Atmosphere Cannot Overcome A Lack of Focus

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So, as always, Doc sends out a list of films that need reviewing and, as always, my reply is “Are any of them scary?” I always insist on asking this question because there is very little out there nowadays that most horror hounds consider downright frightening other than the idea of how certain films even get […]

“The Horde” (2016): Brings the Laughs, But Not Intentionally

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The Horde is written and produced by Paul Logan, who also stars, and is directed by Jared Cohn. I knew I was in for a treat when I looked up Mr. Cohn’s filmography and noticed that he has directed several movies for The Asylum. But nothing could prepare me for the sheer joy I felt when I […]

[Podcast] Texas Chainsaw Massacre II – Episode 81 – Decades of Horror 1980s

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“You have one choice, boy: sex or the saw. Sex is, well… nobody knows. But the saw… the saw is family.” – this dialog from Texas Chainsaw Massacre II illustrates the different take on the Sawyer family director Tobe Hooper has in mind for the sequel to grimy drive-in hit from 1974. Chop-Top joins Drayton and Leatherface […]