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Reviews of Nekrotronic and A Nasty Piece of Work on Gruesome Magazine 93

This week, the Grue-Crew champion the little man working hard to climb the ladder of life, each finding the grass is far more crimson on the other side. The first film this week, NEKROTRONIC from director Kiah Roache-Turner, follows a young sewage worker who discovers he has always been destined for greatness – with a […]

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Reviews of Animal Among Us and The Dwelling on Gruesome Magazine 92

Location, location, location. This week, the Grue-Crew travel to a “bed-side” establishment and an outdated campground to explore the horrors found within. The first film this week, THE DWELLING from director Jeff Maher, leads the crew to a room housing a haunted bed, previously known as Bed of the Dead. The second film, ANIMAL AMONG […]

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Reviews of The Nightingale and Red Letter Day on Gruesome Magazine 91

This week, the Grue-Crew explores a pair of fiery females who take matters into their own hands, violently. The first film this week, RED LETTER DAY from director Cameron Macgowan, follows a family who receives letters demanding they kill the person listed inside, else that person will kill them. The second film, THE NIGHTINGALE from […]

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Review of Castle Rock Season 2 episodes 1 – 5 on Gruesome Magazine 90

This week, the Grue-Crew explores the first five episodes of CASTLE ROCK season 2 available now on HULU. Straight out of the gate, Lizzy Caplan kills it as a young 30-something version of Annie (Misery) Wilkes as she and her daughter Joy (Elsie Fisher) end up in Castle Rock, Maine, as well as nearby Jerusalem’s […]

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Reviews of Pilgrim and Rattlesnake on Gruesome Magazine 89

This week, the Grue-Crew explores a pair of families in dire troubles. The first film this week, PILGRIM from director Marcus Dunstan, follows a family looking to strengthen their bonds during the Thanksgiving holiday with a…unique…reenactment colony of pilgrims. The second film, RATTLESNAKE from director Zak Hilditch, follows a single mother on the run who […]

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Reviews of Gwen – Little Monsters on Gruesome Magazine 87

This week, the Grue-Crew swing from comedic zombies to witchy-poo wannabees with a pair of streaming genre flicks. The first film this week, GWEN from director William McGregor, presents the industrial revolution as a horror film… maybe. The second film, LITTLE MONSTERS from director Abe Forsythe, pairs Alexander England with Lupita Nyong’o – alongside Josh […]

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Reviews of Trick – The Furies on Gruesome Magazine 86

This week, the Grue-Crew celebrates the Slasher flick with a pair of films steeped in crimson chaos. The first film this week, THE FURIES from director Tony D’Aquino, set 6 “beauties” against 6 “beasts” in a battle of survival. The second film, TRICK from director Patrick Lussier, introduces the slasher named “Trick” as he (or […]

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Reviews of Mary – Along Came the Devil II on Gruesome Magazine 85

This week, the Grue-Crew prepare their supply of holy water for battle against the possessed. The first film this week, ALONG CAME THE DEVIL II from director Jason DeVan, continues the story of Reverend Michael (Bruce Davison). The second film, MARY from director Michael Goi, follows Gary Oldman and family as they venture to sea […]

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Reviews of Villains – Tigers Are Not Afraid on Gruesome Magazine 84

This week, the Grue-Crew explores the fringes of the genre where horror swims alongside other genres. The first film this week, TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID from director Issa Lopez, features a group of orphaned kids facing the horrors of the world around them. The second film, VILLAINS from directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen, follows […]

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Reviews of Haunt – Candy Corn on Gruesome Magazine 83

This week, the Grue-Crew celebrate the haunting season with a trip to a carnival and an extreme haunted house. The first film this week, CANDY CORN from director John Hasty, features a carny who resurrects a fellow “freak” to exact revenge. The second film, HAUNT from directors Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, follows a daring […]

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Reviews of Satanic Panic – Artik on Gruesome Magazine 82

This week, the Grue-Crew explore a pair of films where spikes-to-the-brain seem to be a thing. The first film this week, ARTIK from director Tom Botchii Skowronski, features a serial killer with a flair for four-color mayhem. The second film, SATANIC PANIC from director Chelsea Stardust, follows a virginal pizza delivery ‘person’ who stumbles upon […]

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Reviews of Itsy Bitsy – Incident in a Ghostland on Gruesome Magazine 81

This week, the Grue-Crew review a pair of films that both feature scary dolls in movies that are not scary doll movies and characters suffering from emotional stress. The first film this week is INCIDENT IN A GHOSTLAND from director Pascal Laugier features a family that movies into a rural American farmhouse only to be […]

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Reviews of Tone-Deaf – Hoax on Gruesome Magazine 80

This week, the Grue-Crew trade the comforts of city life for the strange and bizarre country life. The first film this week is HOAX from director Matt Allen features an investigative team that heads into the wilderness in search of Bigfoot. The second film is TONE-DEAF from director Richard Bates Jr. follows a down-on-her-luck young […]

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Reviews of Velocipastor – D-Railed on Gruesome Magazine 79

This week, the Grue-Crew come face-to-face with some very strange reptilian creature features. The first film this week is VELOCIPASTOR from director Brendan Steere features a troubled pastor who falls prey to a bizarre ‘were-velociraptor’ curse. The second film is D-RAILED from director Dale Fabrigar follows a group of train passengers on a rocky trip […]