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RLJE FILMS Promises to Liven Up the Holidays with All The Creatures Were Stirring

The Grue-Crew love a good gory gruesome holiday romp and RLJE Films wants to make our X-mas crimson. They have acquired the film ALL THE CREATURES WERE STIRRING from directors David Ian McKendry and Rebekah McKendry. The film features Constance Wu, Amanda Fuller, Jocelin Donahue, and Graham Skipper. Look for more news, release dates, and […]

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[Podcast] The Night of the Virgin – Sequence Break – Astro – Episode 23 – Gruesome Magazine

This week, the Grue-Crew … First up is the sci-fi feature  Astro from director Asif Akbar featuring aliens and kick-boxing. Of course, it does. The second film,  Sequence Break  from director  Graham Skipper, takes the Grue-Crew on a mind-bending trip in a video arcade repair shop. Where else would you go? Rounding out the show […]

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[Film Festival] Ithaca Fantastik Delivers an Incredible Array of International Genre Film Fare for Its November Festival

The sixth annual edition of Ithaca Fantastik (IF) film festival, which takes place from November 3—12 in Ithaca, New York, is loaded up with selections certain to make horror movie fans drool, and IF’s other genre offerings are just as stunning. With 37 films from 20 countries, IF boasts a retrospective theme of “Italiano Psichedeliko,” […]

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“Beyond the Gates” (2016 – Knoxville Horror Film Festival): Delivers with VHS Nostalgia and Blood-soaked Gore

More an homage to the VHS age of 80’s and 90’s horror films than a throwback, Beyond the Gates from director Jackson Stewart is steeped in nostalgia and retro-atmosphere. With a plot that follows a pair of brothers uncovering an old VHS game with deadly consequences, the film embraces the cheese factor and the gore […]

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[Podcast] The Mind’s Eye (2016) — Episode 176 — Horror News Radio

Director Joe (Almost Human) Begos returns with an independent horror opus and love letter to all things David Cronenberg. The film is called The Mind’s Eye and the influence of Scanners, Firestarter and their ilk is readily apparent. The Grue-crew dive into their thoughts about the film and their appreciation for the practical special effects. […]