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Interview: Director S. Craig Zahler (Bone Tomahawk)

S. Craig Zahler is a successful author with books like A Congregation Of Jackals (2010) and Wraiths Of The Broken Land (2013) to his credit. He’s also a successful screenwriter, musician, cinematographer and now director with his first feature, Bone Tomahawk currently in theaters nationwide. Here he sat down with GRUESOME MAGAZINE to talk about […]

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“Dracula” Double Feature from Fathom Event and Turner Classic Movies

Fathom Events/Turner Classic Movies Presents Dracula Double Feature ORIGINAL 1931 ENGLISH & SPANISH VERSIONS The latest Fathom Events/Turner Classic Movies partnership brings  a double feature of the original 1931 English and Spanish versions of Universal’s Dracula to cinemas across the U.S. I first saw the English language version when I was twelve. I was with […]

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“Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension” (2015): Lacks Spirit, Originality and Enthusiasm

The latest in the found-footage supernatural franchise, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, presented in 3D no less, is a frustrating, lackluster entry into the series, shepherding the story off into its supposed final chapter with a dreadful, groan-worthy thud. It simply stinks. Damn. As a huge fan of found-footage genre, 3D films and the Paranormal […]

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“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (2015): Full Trailer First Reaction

If you have been following the various Gruesome Magazine podcasts, Horror News Radio, Decades of Horror 1970s, the Hannibal Fan Podcast or the American Horror Story Fan Podcast, you have likely encountered guest-host, North Carolina film maker  Christopher G. Moore. With that, you’ve quickly learned he is an avid Star Wars fan – to the […]

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“Goosebumps” (2015): R.L. Stine’s Monsters Haunt Again

Goosebumps  may be a property long past its heyday, but now it has reappeared  thanks to the recurring trend of the time: 1990s nostalgia! In a post  Jurassic World… world, we can expect to see plenty of 90s properties get their revitalized reboots, remakes and delayed sequels to attract a modern  audience. After all, the […]