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Reviews of Haunt – Candy Corn on Gruesome Magazine 83

This week, the Grue-Crew celebrate the haunting season with a trip to a carnival and an extreme haunted house. The first film this week, CANDY CORN from director John Hasty, features a carny who resurrects a fellow “freak” to exact revenge. The second film, HAUNT from directors Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, follows a daring […]

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Poster And Trailer Debut For Director John Hasty’s ‘Candy Corn’

Barrelling our way from DREAD and Epic Pictures is Candy Corn – the new film from writer-director John Hasty. He’s assembled a pretty impressive collection of genre notables to bring us this creepy little tale of freaks run amok Along for the Halloween themed fun are  P.J. Soles (Halloween), Courtney Gains (Children of the Corn),Tony Todd (Candyman), Pancho Moler (3 from […]

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Reviews of Extremely Wicked Shockingly Evil and Vile – Death House on Gruesome Magazine 67

This week, the Grue-Crew explore the depths of a number of serial killers, Ted Bundy in one hand and the inmates of a secret prison in the other. The first film this week is Death House from director B. Harrison Smith with a cast so large that it is considered the “Expendables of Horror”. The […]

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[Review] Live-Evil (2017) – by Vanessa

Vanessa returns with another killer review of a supernatural horror film. This time it is Live-Evil (2017) from director Ari Kirschenbaum. The film features Charlene Amoia, Vladimir Kulich, and Tony Todd. Vanessa praises the film’s spirit, tone, and artistry. She dives into the demons and the dead, mentioning Eddie from Iron Maiden along the way. […]

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[Podcast] Night of the Living Dead (1990) — Episode 09 — Decades of Horror 1990s (W/ Tom Savini)

“They’re us. We’re them and they’re us.” Barbara (Patricia Tallman) tries to make sense of the madness in  Night of the Living Dead, a 90s remake of an icon entry in the horror genre. It’s a tough task to remake a film that changed the face of horror cinema. Who could be up to that […]