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Reviews of Extremely Wicked Shockingly Evil and Vile – Death House on Gruesome Magazine 67

This week, the Grue-Crew explore the depths of a number of serial killers, Ted Bundy in one hand and the inmates of a secret prison in the other. The first film this week is Death House from director B. Harrison Smith with a cast so large that it is considered the “Expendables of Horror”. The […]

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An All-New Full-Length Critters Film Is Heading Our Way – Here Are All The Details On “Critters Attack”

If that poor excuse for a Critters TV show that recently rolled out didn’t scare you away from the franchise – we’ve got what might be some pretty excellent news. A press release just arrived outlining the release of Critters Attack – and I kind of like what I’m reading. Let’s see what you think. […]

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“Red Christmas”: Aussie Christmas Horror Flick Makes Its Way to the US

It looks like US audiences are finally going to get a look at Australian Christmas-themed horror flick  Red Christmas, which stars genre favorite, Dee Wallace. Artsploitation Films has picked up the rights and is planning to send it to several upcoming US festivals in short order. After a relatively short festival run, a limited theatrical […]

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[Podcast] The Howling (1981) — Episode 97 — Decades of Horror 1980s

“You can’t tame what’s meant to be wild, Doc. It just ain’t natural.” – John Carradine sets the cast straight with his witty and biting dialog provided by writer John Sayles for Joe Dante’s horror classic The Howling. Yes, the “other” werewolf film from 1981 – a bit unfair comparison, certainly, because this film truly […]

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[Podcast] The Frighteners — Episode 03 — Decades of Horror 1990s

“When a man’s jawbone drops off it’s time to reassess the situation,” a declaration from Judge  (John Astin) that says it all. No, you’re not the only one seeing ghosts and haunted houses in your small town. So is Thomas Mariani as he brings you another trip  into the horror filled decade that is the […]

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“The Hills Have Eyes” (1977): A Brutal Exploitation Classic That Still Holds the Power to Terrify and Disturb

Gritty, realistic violence is a common feature of many films of the 1970’s, in genres as diverse as police drama and horror. Writer/director Wes Craven’s The Hills Have Eyes (1977) is the follow-up to his own groundbreaking directorial debut, The Last House on the Left (1972), and like that film, it uses the 1970’s newfound […]

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“Red Christmas” (Fantasia 2016): There’s No Place Like Home For The Holidays

Christmas with extended family is always fun, right? Always full of joy and merriment? The answer is of course no. The holidays are full of bitter tension between families, given that the conflicting personalities that are all tightly compacted under one roof.  Red Christmas  directly confronts this holiday tradition with a horror edge, as the […]