Jerry Chandler has been a lifelong geek with a huge love of giant bug movies, rubber suited Japanese monster films, and horror hosts. He has strong leanings towards the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and superheroes, but he's most often found spending his time comfortably in the horror genre. He's Written for Nerdy Minds Magazine in the past and currently writes the Thursday column for Needless Things. He's been a guest on podcasts like Decades of Horror and Earth Station Who, and he can be found as a semi-regular on the ESO Pro Wrestling Roundtable podcast. He also volunteers at Dragon Con. When not doing geeky things he works around a lot of people who carry guns and tasers for a living and frequently worries that his penchant for bad jokes and puns will result in them being used on him. He's also not entirely sure at times that he's not a fictional character.
Gruesome Reviews

“King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table” (2017): The Asylum Sink To New Low with This Bizarre Mishmash

The Asylum has become a name in the genre that’s synonymous with low-budget, quickly filmed productions typically designed to ride on the publicity around whatever big movie is rolling into theaters in the near future. Anyone familiar with their film and television work knows that they have the ability to create some great guilty pleasure productions, […]

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“Havenhurst” (2017): Don’t Break the Rules, Don’t Get Evicted

Jackie (Julie Benz) is a woman haunted by the loss of her young daughter in director Andrew C. Erin‘s Havenhurst. She’s an alcoholic still struggling with her addiction when she gets drawn into a mystery around the titular large boarding house after a friend she made in rehab, Danielle (Danielle Harris) goes missing while staying there. Jackie […]

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“Hunting Grounds” (2017): Bigfoot, small expectations

There seems to be something mysterious about cryptids, creatures like Bigfoot and the Yeti, that simultaneously makes them tantalizing subjects for low budget (and occasionally big budget) filmmakers of all stripes and extremely difficult challenges for a successful, rip-roaring good adventure. There are a few shining lights here and there in the genre, produced over the decades, but […]

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“Tombs of the Blind Dead” (1972): The Templar Knights Roam The Night in this Underrated Seventies Classic

It was in the month of April, April 10, 1972 to be exact, when writer and director Amando de Ossorio introduced the world to the creation that made him famous. This would of course be the Blind Dead. If you’ve been listening to the Decades of Horror podcast, you heard in the Blind Dead episode the […]