Archive for the ‘Gruesome Magazine’ Category

“It’s a somber mood for The Grue Crew this episode. Our Gruesome family received some devastating news this past week. Our brother in pods Santos “The Black Saint” Ellin Jr. passed on September 21st, 2017. A loyal host of the show since it started back in 2013, Santos was not just a fun voice and a bitter commenter. He was family. For this special episode of Horror News Radio, Doc Rotten, Dave Dreher, Thomas Mariani and Christopher G. Moore pay tribute to their favorite curmudgeon and try to make sense of all this sadness.”

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This week the horror community lost an amazing voice and advocate, and many people lost a true friend and loved one. There will never be another one like him.

Rest in piece my friend. You will be missed does not even begin to cover it.

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More Decades of Horror

Posted: September 21, 2017 in Gruesome Magazine, Podcasts

Decades of Horror podcast. Looking at the some of the best, wildest, grooviest, and occasionally goofiest horror movies ever made.

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I’ve been neglecting the blog of late. I haven’t been writing stuff for it, and I haven’t been linking my work from elsewhere here. I can’t fix the first one today, but I can play catch up on the second. So, without further ado…

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Decades of Horror is the Gruesome Magazine (home of Horror News Radio) podcast dedicated to specific eras of horror film-making. It started with Decades of Horror the 1970s, but after the success of that series it slowly branched out to include more eras in their own podcasts.

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From time to time, I just want promote (plug) stuff that I like. Sometimes it’s podcasts, sometimes it’s writers, sometimes it’s filmmakers. This is one of those podcast times again.

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Check out some Kong: Skull Island reviews here. Start out with two great crews talking about their takes on the film from two of the best podcasts out there. Then head over to Needless Things and check out my take on the big ape’s newest journey to the big screen.

Plus, give a listen to the other stuff the guys over at the ESO and HNR podcasts are talking about as well. If you’ve never given these podcasts a listen before, you’ll enjoy them both while finding out a lot of cool stuff that’s coming fandom’s way. If you like them, the ESO and HNR podcasts can be found on iTunes, Stitcher, and other fine platforms that carry podcasts as well as streaming on their websites at the links I’ve provided below.

Oh, and check out the Needless Things podcast every Friday at those same platforms and at the same website as my review.

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