The Convent (Heretiks)

During the 17th Century, a young woman is saved from execution and led to a priory to repent her sins but discovers a greater evil lies within. IMDb Director: Paul Hyett Writers: Gregory Blair (story), Paul Hyett Stars: Michael Ironside, Clare Higgins, Hannah Arterton

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[Podcast] All The Creatures Were Stirring – The Harrowing – Episode 48 – Gruesome Magazine

This week, things are not always what they seem. The grue-crew dive into a Yuletide anthology film and head to the psych ward for some demonic mumbo-jumbo. The first film this week is ALL THE CREATURES WERE STIRRING from directors David Ian McKendry and Rebekah McKendry, featuring a variety of horrific tales for the holiday season. […]

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[Podcast] Housewife – Knuckleball – Episode 38 – Gruesome Magazine

This week, the Grue-Crew go “Home Alone” horror-movie-style and face the Elder Gods and the Umbrella of Love and Mind. Two new films are reviewed this week. The first is KNUCKLEBALL from director  Michael Peterson featuring the always-fantastic Michael Ironside. And the second film is HOUSEWIFE from director  Can Evrenol delivering a Turkish horror film […]

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[Review] Still/Born (Popcorn Frights, 2017) — by Joseph Perry

Popcorn Frights Film Festival featured the Florida premiere of postpartum-themed chiller Still/Born on August 16, and Gruesome Magazine’s Joseph Perry checks in with his thoughts on the film. Director/co-writer Brandon Christensen‘s psychological horror film stars Christie Burke as Mary, a new mother, and Jesse Moss as her husband Jack. The couple is the proud parents […]

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“Synchronicity” (2015): Time Travel is Less Than Well Spent in Visually Striking Sci-Fi Effort

The time travel film Synchronicity is one of the more sumptuous looking low-budget science fiction movies that you are bound to see this year, but its blending of sci-fi and romance doesn’t succeed as well as its visuals. Still, writer/director Jacob Gentry’s first full-length feature since The Signal has enough verve to warrant placing it […]