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Nov 23, 2015

Doc Rotten is joined by Grue-Crew writers Joseph Perry and Joseph Fittos to discuss the latest updates, reviews and TV news from Gruesome Magazine in this special edition of Horror News Radio.

 

November is all about 8 Films to Die For. Doc and crew go over a few of the reviews of the films themselves (Unnatural, Windwalkers) while discussing the marketing and distributing concept of the "8 Films" themselves. A few other films get thrown in for good measure: Howl and Wrecker.

 

Joseph Perry explains Gruesome Magazine's SUPER SCARY SHORTS SATURDAY where the site reviews two new short horror films each weekend. Doc welcomes two new writers into the fold, Jeff Mohr and Franki "Boom Boom" Stein.

 

Joseph Fittos rounds out the episode, diving into all the horror on television programming. There is so much incredible genre content in the recent years. Three shows get the spotlight: Fear the Walking Dead, Scream Queens and The Walking Dead. Oh, and the Grue-Crew throw in some Ash vs the Evil Dead for good measure.

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