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An Interview With KRUEL’s Director Robert Henderson

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Robert Henderson, the director of  Sunset Studios’ new indie movie KRUEL, a horror/thriller about an obsessed psychotic ice cream man who stalks and abducts a young woman. KRUEL will be in select theaters May 29, 2015. You can read the full article about KRUEL here: http://horrorfuel.com/horror/reviews-horror/a-first-look-at-kruel-2015 “Writer/director Robert Henderson fell in love with movies […]

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25 Little Known Facts About Our Favorite Horror Movies

  I have put together a list of 25 interesting, little known facts about our favorite horror movies. Some of the facts are strange, some disturbing and some completely awesome. You may never look at these movies the same way again.   The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) *The movie was loosely based on a true story. *The original name was […]

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Dead Drunk: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse… One Beer at a Time & Dead Drunk II: Dawn of the Deadbeats

     Dead Drunk: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse… One Beer At A Time & Dead Drunk II: Dawn of the Deadbeats [If you aren’t sure if you want to read these titles after reading this review, you can also check out Weekend at Vidu’s, a short by author Richard Johnson that will help introduce you to […]

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American Revenant: Hometown Exodus

American Revenant: Hometown Exodus by John L. Davis IV is, without a doubt, my favorite zombie book of the year. That’s basically it, all I have to say. I’ll elaborate more, but that’s the take home message. At $0.99 (that’s ninety-nine cents USD) you can’t afford to not own this book if you’re serious about zombie […]

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The Zombies: Volume One

The Zombies: Volume One by Macaulay C. Hunter is another zombie novel that takes the perspective of an unusual demographic — teenagers. “They were six average teenagers . . . until Sombra C. Schools are closed. Thousands of sick people are locked in confinement points to die. Vigilante soldiers are pacing the streets. A mutation of […]

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