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 […]

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“The Void” (Nevermore Film Festival 2017): Filled With Mystery, Suspense, Gore, Monsters, and Existential Dread

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It may be called The Void (Nevermore Film Festival 2017), but the film, which played at the Nevermore Film Festival in Durham, North Carolina on the weekend of February 24 – 26, 2017, is far from empty. On the contrary, it is chock full of horror goodness. A small group of people is trapped when […]

“Monsters” (Shriekfest 2016): Monsters Terrorize a Not-Too-Distant Future in This Short Chiller

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With Monsters (2015), director Steve Desmond delivers an impactful, emotional short film that skirts the boundaries of science fiction and horror in the same vein as classic episodes of The Twilight Zone. The short truly deserves this comparison because of its high quality and stunning climax. Jenn (Caitlin Carmichael; the American Martyrs remake) is about […]

[Comic Review] ” Harrow County” Volume 1: Countless Haints

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Seduction of the Innocent: The Gruesome Magazine comic review of  ” Harrow County” Volume one from Dark Horse Comics. To say that Cullen Bunn’s Harrow County is a southern gothic horror story doesn’t really do it justice. To me, it is so much more. It reminds me of home. Growing up, I came from a family who […]