Paul Cardullo is a North Carolina indy filmmaker and horror fan. His tastes range from art-house horror to low-budget schlock to indie gems to Slovenia killer hillbilly flicks. When not watching films, he helps make them. From actor to boom operator to doughnut wrangler, he makes himself useful wherever he can. Paul believes it is sometimes necessary to suffer for one’s art. He has endured being covered in [censored], having [censored] thrown at him, and spending over a year with muttonchops and a 70’s-style mustache. When not being abused for the sake of his craft, Paul works on computers and watches as many obscure (and not so obscure) movies as he can fit in.
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[Review] J.D.’s Revenge (Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, 1976): A Surprising Blaxploitation Classic – by Paul Cardullo

In this episode of Groovy Gorey Gruesome Gold, Paul Cardullo goes back to the mid-1970s for the Blaxploitation classic J.D.’s Revenge (1976). In the 1940s, gangster J.D. Walker (David McKnight) […]

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[Review] The Sword and The Claw (Kili̤ Aslan) (Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, 1975): A Trippy Turkish Delight Рby Paul Cardullo

In this edition of Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, Paul Cardullo gets his first taste of 1970s Turkish Action Cinema with the funky classic  The Sword and The Claw  (aka  Kiliç […]

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[Review] The Crazies (Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, 1973): Romero Classic Returns with its Terrifying Trixie Trip – by Paul Cardullo

Paul Cardullo returns with another review from the incredible George A. Romero Between Night and Dawn collection. This time around the film under Paul’s microscope is the underappreciated The Crazies […]

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[Review] Season of the Witch (Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, 1972): Romero’s Unsung Witchcraft Classic Between Night and Dawn – by Paul Cardullo

Paul Cardullo sits down with Doc Rotten to review one of the unsung classics found in the George A. Romero collection from Arrow Video, Between Night and Dawn. The film […]

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[Review] The Car (Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, 1977): Best Jaws Rip-off…Ever – by Paul Cardullo

In the annals of killer car movies, one film stands out –  The Car (1977) from director Elliot Silverstein  and screenwriters  Dennis Shryack, Michael Butler, and Lane Slate. Sure, Killdozer […]

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[Review] Family Possessions (GenreBlast, Wreak Havoc Film Festival, 2017) – by Paul Cardullo

Paul Cardullo returns to discuss another Film Festival Favorite, Family Possessions (2017) from director Tommy Faircloth. We’ve covered the film before online and in our Gruesome Magazine print edition but […]

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[Review] Westworld (Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, 1973) – by Paul Cardullo

“Boy, have we got a vacation for you…where nothing can possibly go wrong…” – the tagline for the 1973 theatrical version of Michael Crichton’s Westworld sets the movie up perfectly. […]

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[Review] Blood Feast (Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, 1963) – by Paul Cardullo

Paul Cardullo returns with another edition of Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold with a killer Blu-ray release from Arrow Film, the iconic and legendary splatterfest Blood Feast (1963) from the Godfather […]

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[Review] Children of the Corn (Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, 1984) – by Paul Cardullo

This week, Paul Cardullo heads back to 1984 to visit the fields of Stephen King’s  Children of the Corn. Considered a horror classic by many, Paul discusses why he may […]