Gruesome Magazine Podcast – Episode 035 Mara – The Basement – The Grand Son
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The Grand SonWhen Tod, a twisted young charmer’s decadent Hollywood lifestyle is put into jeopardy, he hatches a diabolical plan to save it.
“I was with it the whole way. Thereâ€™s enough going on to keep me interested.” – Jeff “I loved the acting. I want to see Rhys Wakefield again in something else. I canâ€™t wait to see the next thing with Fabianne Therese.” – DocDirector: Robert Logevall Cast: Rhys Wakefield, Lesley Ann Warren, Fabianne Therese
The BasementA seemingly innocent man is abducted by a notorious L.A. serial killer, who forces his victims to switch roles with him so that he can enact his own capture, torture, and murder.
“I think there are enough intelligent script and enough gore to satisfy both types of horror fans.” – Jeff “This is one to look for if you want to watch two characters talk for the hour and forty minute runtime, but the dialogue and the interaction are fascinating.” – DocDirector: Brian M. Conley, Nathan Ives Cast: Cayleb Long, Jackson Davis, Mischa Barton
MaraCriminal psychologist Kate Fuller is assigned to the murder of a man who has seemingly been strangled in his sleep by his wife and the only witness is their eight-year-old daughter, Sophie. As Kate digs into the mystery of an ancient demon which kills people in their sleep, she experiences the same petrifying symptoms as all previous victims and spirals through a chilling nightmare to save herself and Sophie before she dares fall asleep again.
“This is director Clive Tongeâ€™s first feature. I think he showed some definite style and Iâ€™m looking forward to his output in the future.” – Jeff “The bathtub scene is really effective. The idea that she canâ€™t move, they really sell that. â€¦ It all works.” – DocDirector: Clive Tonge Cast: Olga Kurylenko, Javier Botet, Mitch Eakins