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Review of John Wick Chapter 3 Parabellum on Horror News Radio 325

This week on Horror News Radio: Ari Aster returns with MIDSOMMAR, SAW is getting an unexpected reboot, and the Grue-Crew review… JOHN WICK CHAPTER 3: PARABELLUM. This is HORROR NEWS RADIO, the official GRUESOME MAGAZINE podcast. Back with Doc Rotten once again are the scariest, goriest, bloodiest co-hosts on the ‘Net. Dave Dreher, the lead […]

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Pick The Streaming Movie or Show for HNR Patreon Exclusive of December – Patreon Exclusive

There’s so much streaming content out there. It’s hard to pin down what to watch with all the money we spend on Netflix, Amazon or Shudder. Well, we are excited to announce that, starting this month, we are going to devote a new podcast towards covering something horror related for various streaming platforms. Each month, […]

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“Madhouse” (1981): Unusual Giallo Featuring Death by Rottweiler

Madhouse (1981) is an unusual thriller that is a hybrid of an American slasher and an Italian giallo  and which features an unconventional murder weapon – a Rotweiller. A young teacher is frightened for her life when her deformed twin sister, who tormented her as a child, escapes from the local mental institution. Their twenty-fifth […]

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Crowdfunding Kickoff for Christmas Horror With a Twist: This Time It Is a Killer Mrs. Claus

Christmas-themed horror films have a long tradition, with Killer Santa Claus flicks being a particular popular subgenre. As far as I know, though, there have not been many (if any?) films featuring a killer Mrs. Claus. Texas filmmaker Troy Escamilla and Fright Meter Films are looking to correct that with their planned holiday horror film […]

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“The Final Girls” (2015): A Slasher Spoof With Heart

In the time since cinematic slashers  like Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger had their heyday in the  1980s, we’ve seen plenty of comedic takes on the genre. There’s the satirically dark spins  like  Behind the Mask: The Rise  of Leslie Vernon, the more silly raunchiness with  Club Dread  or the less ambitious referential […]