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[Review] The Greatest Horror Film Ever Made (Wreak Havoc Horror Film Festival): Comedy Short Serves as a Satirical Primer on How to — Or How Not to — Make a Horror Film

Writer/director/star Brandon Jordan takes a light-hearted look at the frustrations of being a filmmaker in his horror comedy short film The Greatest Horror Film Ever Made. A fun look at the creative process and at current thoughts on fright-fare tropes and trends, the short is a hilarious journey through the mind of Jordan as he […]

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Wreak Havoc Horror Film Festival Heads to the Drive-In for Safer Screams in 2020

Wreak Havoc Horror Film Festival, North Carolina’s premiere fright-fare fest, heads to the drive-in this year to brings its patrons a safe, fun big-screen experience. The festival presents two fantastic features and a bumper crop of quality short films on October 21st and 22nd. From the supernatural to the super funny, from witches to slashers, […]

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[Review] Nocturne (Wreak Havoc Horror Film Fest): Doorbell Cam Gives First Glimpse at Potential Danger

Nocturne, the latest short film from writer/director Michael Trainotti, is a superb effort that takes the “Don’t open the door to strangers” motif to terrifying extremes.  Erin (Sabrina Howells, who has appeared in previous Trainotti short films Beneath the Surface [2017] and One Dark Night [2018]) has just had a rough night arguing on  a […]

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[Review] Belladonna (Wreak Havoc Horror Film Festival 2018): Lust and Greed Lead to Deadly Consequences in Splendid Horror Short

Rich in atmosphere and a treasure to watch, the short horror film Belladonna is a marvelous effort. From its terrific performances to its mesmerizing cinematography, this latest effort from director/cinematographer/editor Brett Mullen (Bombshell Bloodbath [2014], Fantasma [2017])  is an absolute gem. Opportunistic, smarmy Sam Franco (Sterling Hurst) sees a beautiful blind woman at a social […]

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[Podcast] The House With A Clock In Its Walls – Slice – Episode 291 – Horror News Radio

What’s this? A new TV trailer reveals Jack Black will return as R.L. Stein in Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween. The Grue-Crew review the “other” Jack Black family-friendly horror film A House with a Clock in Its Walls from director…Eli Roth. And, look for the “Worth Watching” segment about the horror comedy Slice. Join Dave Dreher, […]

[Film Festival] Wreak Havoc Horror Film Festival

The Grue-Crew will be attending the Wreak Havoc Horror Film Festival in Greensboro, North Carolina on September 21 and 22, 2018. Look for Grue-Crew members Doc Rotten, Vanessa Thompson, Chad Hunt,  Whitney Modesta Collazo, and Paul Cardullo at the festival – and, rumor has it – Jeff Mohr! Join us and festival showrunners Sammie Cassell, […]

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[Podcast] The Similars (BiFan 2016) — Wreak Havoc Horror Film Festival — Episode 007 — HNR EXTRA

This week Joseph Perry chimes in from across the globe, South Korea to be exact. Mr. Perry is excited to share his thoughts with the HNR Extra listeners on a number of films he caught at the recent Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival. This week dives into another brilliant Sci-Fi/Horror  film THE SIMILARS  from director […]

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[Podcast] Train to Busan (2016) — Episode 177 — Horror News Radio

The Grue-crew board the horror express known as Train to Busan. The South Korean horror film is an incredible new entry into the zombie sub-genre that gets the HNR gang very excited to discuss how successful it is on this episode. If only Joseph Perry were here. Ha! Also, on this episode, Thomas settles in […]