Chad Hunt is The Art Director and Copy Editor for Gruesome Magazine quarterly print edition. He is also a comic book artist and writer whose credits include work for Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse and various independent companies. A lifelong horror fan, Chad cut his horror teeth on Universal monsters and Kaiju as a kid and hasn't looked back. Also infamously known for playing Black Sabbath riffs on the guitar at an unholy volume.
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”Model Hunger” (2016): Beauty is only skin deep. But boy, is it good eatin’

What’s happening, Grue-Believers? I’m really excited to bring you a new horror film by the incredibly talented Canadian actor Debbie Rochon. With hundreds of films to her acting credit, including Troma’s The Toxic Avenger IV: Citizen Toxie, The Theatre Bizarre and Return to Nuke ‘Em High Volume 2 just to name a few, Rochon is now sitting in […]

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“All Girls Weekend” (2016): Don’t go into the woods…again

Hello, Grue-Believers! Your old pal Chad here and we’re going to take a look at All Girls Weekend, the latest supernatural horror movie from writer/producer/director Lou Simon.  All Girls Weekend is the story of a group of friends who went to school together but sort of grew apart as they got older. They decide to get together for a weekend getaway […]

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“The Offering” (2016): The Devil goes Digital

The Offering, written and directed by Kelvin Tong, features Matthew Settle, Elizabeth Rice, Rayann Condy, Adina Hertz, Adrian Pang  and Colin Borgonon. If you’re familiar with bible scripture — and being from the south, where you can find scripture written on everything from vacuum cleaner bags to McDonald’s wrappers, I’ve heard one or two — Genesis, chapter […]

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[Gruesome Top Ten] The Gruesome Top 10 Superman / Batman Clashes and Team Ups In Comics

In a little over a week, we will have the divine pleasure of seeing something that what was once thought would never, ever happen. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will descend upon us like a slow moving, bumbling juggernaut that will not be stopped. The movie started it’s promotion machine so long ago now, that […]

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[Comic Review] ReAnimator #1-4 from Dynamite Entertainment

Seduction of the Innocent: The Gruesome Magazine review of ReAnimator #1-4  from Dynamite Entertainment. Hello, again, Grue-believers! Your old pal Chad again with this week’s creepy comic review! I love ReAnimator. Love it. One of my favorite horror films ever. Stuart Gordon’s genius mix of dark comedy and utter horror even outdid Lovecraft’s original story […]