Joe lives in the coal region of Northeastern PA with his beautiful wife Mary and their French Bulldogs Watson and Xander. He's a huge fan of all things horror and can't explain why especially since he was afraid of everything as a kid. He co-hosts the Indie Infestation podcast which gives a platform for those involved in the indie horror scene to get their name and projects out there. When he's not working he is usually watching the latest horror movie or show, at the gym with his wife or taking in a sporting event, Eagles! His all time favorite horror movie is the original Halloween, still effective to this day. Hit him up on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or drop an email, let him know what's awesome.
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[Horror Convention] New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival (September 22 – 24, 2017)

The second New Jersey Horror Con in Woodbridge, NJ was held Friday, September 22 through Sunday, September 24, 2017.  The first one which I had the pleasure of attending had such a big turnout that they had to move it to a larger facility and added a film festival.  This con has put itself onto […]

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[Review] The Domicile (2017) – by JJ Fitt

JJ Fitt returns to review the haunted house fright fest The Domicile from writer/director Jared Cohn. The film starts off strong with a spooky apparition creating some terrifying havoc but the film quickly loses focus sliding into familiar territory. The film looks good with impressive makeup and design for the “ghosts” but ultimately fails to […]

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[Review] Cut Shoot Kill (2017) – by JJ Fitt

JJ Fitt reviews the gruesome gorefest Cut Shoot Kill from director Michael Walker. The film features Alexandra Socha, Alex Hurt, Phil Burke, Henry Zebrowski, and Rebecca Faulkenberry. Look for the film to be released digital on-demand on August 8, 2017. Listen to JJ’s review and let us know what you think! Cut Shoot Kill  on the […]

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“Chupacabra Territory” (2016): Confusing Liberties with Lore Drag Down Found-Footage Effort

I always try to root for non-theatrical, low-budget films because oftentimes, maximum effort is put into them, although low budgets, new directors or writers, or lack of star power can create an uphill battle. That being said, I ignored the warning postings and ventured into Chupacabra Territory. Taking liberties with a film is fine; as a matter of […]

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Horror Convention Report: Monster-Mania Con 36, Cherry Hill, NJ (March 10-12, 2017)

Finally, the Thug has come back to New Jersey! Monster-Mania Con happened this past weekend in Cherry Hill, NJ which is right outside of Philadelphia, PA. Throughout the past few years, the Monster-Mania conventions continue to gain momentum and grow. The convention happens three times a year: twice in Cherry Hill and once in Hunt […]