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[Review] Family Possessions (GenreBlast, Wreak Havoc Film Festival, 2017) – by Paul Cardullo

Paul Cardullo returns to discuss another Film Festival Favorite, Family Possessions (2017) from director Tommy Faircloth. We’ve covered the film before online and in our Gruesome Magazine print edition but Paul provides a new perspective from not only GenreBlast Film Festival but from Wreak Havoc Film Festival as well and compares the two experience  giving […]

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Actor Mark Patton’s Personal Nightmare Revealed In Teaser For ‘Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street’

It’s been 32 years since the second chapter in the genre defining Nightmare on Elm Street franchise debuted.   I clearly remember the uproar that quickly followed the films release and the open hatred that was targeted at the film.   In the upcoming documentary Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street – the films […]

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“Family Possessions” (2016): Inherited House Hides Terrifying Secrets

Part supernatural mystery thriller and part gory slasher movie, writer/director Tommy Faircloth’s Family Possessions is a fun ride that kept me entertained throughout. Fans of independent fright fare should also have a great time with this offering. The Dunn family is in dire financial straits; father Steve (Jason Vail) is between jobs and mother Sarah […]