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[Podcast] — Kong: Skull Island (2017) — Episode 206 — Horror News Radio

Legendary continues their MonsterVerse with the release of Kong: Skull Island, following up the American version of Godzilla (2014). With director Jordan Vogt-Roberts at the helm, the film is a B-movie picture with an A-movie cast and budget, including increasing Kong’s size to become over 100 feet tall. It may be the best big dumb […]

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“Kong: Skull Island” (2017): Gigantic Trailer Promises King-Sized Thrills

Monster movies: Do they get any bigger than KING KONG? Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures ares preparing for an update to the classic creature with KONG: SKULL ISLAND. And they’re going large. He is now a huge beast of a monster, preparing for his inevitable team-up/battle in the announced Godzilla in KING KONG VS GODZILLA […]

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[Podcast] The Monster (2016) — Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) — Episode 190 — Horror News Radio

  Not long ago, The Black Saint enthusiastically recommended  Bryan Bertino’s latest horror film, THE MONSTER.  Catching the Grue-crew’s attention, Santo’s  sanction became HNR’s schedule. And the world is better for it. The movie, featuring  Zoe Kazan and Ella Ballentine in the lead roles, deserves a theatrical release denied it as the film is available […]

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[Podcast] Arrival (2016) — Episode 189 — Horror News Radio

As Halloween 2016 sets sail, the Grue-crew turn to a thinking man’s Sci-fi mindbender for this week’s episode of HNR. Acclaimed director Denis Villleneuve brings his film ARRIVAL into theaters this weekend with a thoughtful look at aliens landing on Earth with a little time-traveling mumbo-jumbo for good measure. Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner and Forest […]

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[Podcast] Lights Out — Star Trek Beyond — Episode 173 — Horror News Radio

On this episode the Grue-crew examine  director  David F. Sandberg’s feature length debut Lights Out. The film, described as Jump Scare: The Movie by Thomas Mariani, is expanded from its short film origins by  Eric Heisserer to tell the tale of Diana and Sophie as they haunt the lives of  Teresa Palmer and Gabriel Bateman. […]