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Reviews of VFW and AFTER MIDNIGHT on Gruesome Magazine 103

This week, the Grue-Crew review a pair of films where a hole in the front door plays into key visuals throughout the movie. Woot! The first film this week, AFTER MIDNIGHT from directors Jeremy Gardner and Christian Stella, follows Hank as he loses touch with reality after his longtime girlfriend disappears one night. Is he […]

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Reviews of My Valentine and 3 From Hell on Gruesome Magazine 102

This week, the Grue-Crew dive into a pair of streaming recommendations from HULU and SHUDDER. The first film this week, INTO THE DARK: MY VALENTINE from director Jane Doe, follows a musician who is confronted by her ex-lover/ex-manager and his new doppelganger protege. The second film, 3 FROM HELL from director Rob Zombie, follows the […]

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Reviews of Bliss and Rabid on Gruesome Magazine 101

This week, the Grue-Crew celebrate Women in Horror with a pair of gory female drive horror films. The first film this week, RABID from directors Jen and Sylvia Soska, follows Laura Vandervoort in a remake of the 1970s David Cronenburg Classic. The second film, BLISS from director Joe Begos, follows Dora Madison in a cautionary […]

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Reviews of Color Out of Space and The Wave on Gruesome Magazine 100

This week, the Grue-Crew celebrate their 100th episode with two very trippy, psychedelic genre-blended horror films. The first film this week, THE WAVE from director Gille Klabin, follows insurance lawyer Justin Long as a poor decision with hallucinogenics turns horrifyingly surreal. The second film, COLOR OUT OF SPACE from director Richard Stanley, follows Nicolas Cage […]

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Review of Netflix’s “Dracula” on Gruesome Magazine 99

This week, the Grue-Crew head back to Transylvania to revisit Vlad, the Impaler as he leaves his homeland for England and the new world. The three-part mini-series, DRACULA from show creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, is currently playing on Netflix and both celebrates the traditional Hammer-Film-Heavily-Influenced roots and pushes the boundaries for a bold, […]

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Reviews of “Doom: Annihilation” and “The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan” on Gruesome Magazine 98

This week, the Grue-Crew looks a two feature shot in first-person or inspired by a first-person narrative. The first film this week, DOOM: ANNIHILATION from director Tony Giglio, revising the game franchise in a new and potentially refreshing way. The second film, THE LOST FOOTAGE OF LEAH SULLIVAN from director Burt Grinstead, is the latest […]

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Reviews of “Sweetheart” and “Midnight Kiss” on Gruesome Magazine 97

This week, the Grue-Crew takes an unintentional last look at two Blumhouse offerings for 2019. The first film this week, INTO THE DARK: MIDNIGHT KISS from director Carter Smith, examines the modern slasher film set against the celebration of New Year’s Eve. The second film, SWEETHEART from director J.D. Dillard, provides a fresh look at […]

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Reviews of “Get Gone” and “Smoke and Mirrors: The Story of Tom Savini” on Gruesome Magazine 96

This week, the Grue-Crew queue up a pair of special treats with a loving look at a living legend and a preview of an upcoming film to be released in 2020. The first film this week, GET GONE from director Michael Thomas Daniel, features Lin Shaye taking “squatter’s rights” to a horrific end. The second […]

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Review of Castle Rock Season 2 episodes 6 – 10 on Gruesome Magazine 95

This week, the Grue-Crew explores the final 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 “Daniel Isn’t Real” and “I See You” on Gruesome Magazine 94

This week, the Grue-Crew delves into the twisted minds of each film’s protagonist, each unsettling in their own way. The first film this week, DANIEL ISN’T REAL from director Adam Egypt Mortimer, follows a troubled you man who has to deal with an even more troubling imaginary friend. The second film, I SEE YOU from […]

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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 […]