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Sex, Violence, and Inhumanity: Kieran Fisher Interviews Scott Schirmer About Plank Face

One of the zaniest films the Grue-Crew encountered in the past months has been the violent revenge flick called Plank  Face. For the first issue of Gruesome Magazine, writer Kieran Fisher sat down with director Scott Schirmer to discuss what went into making this bloody indie favorite. Check out GRUESOME MAGAZINE SPRING 2017 edition of […]

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Addiction, Emotion, and Brutal Honesty: Thomas Mariani Interviews Clint Carney About Dry Blood

One of the most underrated films the Grue-Crew encountered in the past months has been the shocking, surprising bloody thriller called DRY BLOOD. For the first issue of Gruesome Magazine, writer Thomas Mariani sat down with actor/writer Clint Carney to discuss what went into making this must-see classic. Check out GRUESOME MAGAZINE SPRING 2017 edition […]

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Filmmaking From Another Dimension: Joseph Perry Interviews Director Isaac Ezban about The Similars

One of the more intriguing films the Grue-Crew encountered in the past months has been the Twilight-Zone-inspired sci-fi/horror/thriller called THE SIMILARS. For the first issue of Gruesome Magazine, writer  Joseph Perry sat down with director Isaac Ezban to discuss what went into making this unique film. Check out GRUESOME MAGAZINE SPRING 2017 edition of the […]

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Gruesome Media LLC releases Gruesome Magazine Spring 2017 Edition

Horror Festival Hits – Independent Films – The Future of Horror Available now in digital format and coming soon via Print on Demand, the Grue-Crew are proud to present the very first edition of Gruesome Magazine. The quarterly magazine will focus on independent  horror films, horror film festivals, and the future of horror. The digital […]

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“Night of the Slasher” (2015): Single-Take Horror Comedy Short Sets Its Sight on Eighties Masked Slashers

Fans of the classic 1980s masked slasher icons and those who love laughs with their horror will get a huge kick out of writer/director Shant Hamassian’s short film Night of the Slasher, which plays with well-worn tropes and stands the subgenre on its severed head. As the film opens, Jenelle (Lily Berlina) takes off her […]