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Dee Wallace Joins A Cast Of Icons In ‘Dead afterlife’

We here at Gruesome Magazine have had the honor of watching Dead afterlife grow from an idea to a reality.  The brainchild of Michael Joy – who runs – the very place were your Gruecrew cut their teeth – has been humping his butt getting this film made for longer than I’m sure he […]

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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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“Kill Or Be Killed” (2016): Grisly And Authentic.

The classic western is a genre that comes into and falls out of favor regularly. By that I mean it isn’t a genre that you’ve seen gracing the big screen too often as of late. But every so often, a western hits a nerve and becomes something that’s on everybody’s radar. Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight […]