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Nine pages of this issue is dedicated to the 30th anniversary of Phantasm and the Tall Man’s killer spheres!

After a long break, HorrorHound Radio is back once magazibe Additionally, this issue features exclusive interviews and insight into such recent feature horrorhounnd releases as Suspiria, Overlord, Hold the Dark, and Best Friends, as well as a special Goodbye to The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln. Horror on TV includes: Annabelle Creation – Review about a year ago 0. Also in this episode is an exclusive guest announcement for HorrorHound Weekend this September 8thth!

All this plus exclusive guest announcements for Horrorhound Weekend Cincinnati March 17thth! Tune in to hear the regular Horrorhound Radio crew of Aaron Crowell, Jason Kretten and Freddy Morris discuss the latest in horror news Friday the 13th, Night of the Living Dead restoration and King Kong vs Godzilla and special guest Kristian Day, contributor for Horrorhound Magazine, inform listeners on the history of these historic records of the 70s and 80s!


HorrorHound Radio January Part 1. HorrorHound Voting and More! The Summer of Shock rolls on with its 5th entry in episode 60 of Horrorhound Radio!

Tune in to hear the crew discuss all the founding members of this genre changing revolution, and where they are now!


The film will be starting a Dissecting Saw, is well …… essential? The crew discuss what went into making the issue and also their own personal picks of the nagazine entries in the cannibal sub-genre!

On this episode of Horrorhound Radio Aaron, Jason and Freddy discuss issue 58 of Horrorhound magazine, with the main focus being foreign horror movies! HorrorHound Radio October Part 1.

One of my all time favs and favorite villain Reggie Nalder this article hopefully will indulge horgorhound few viewers to seek this out and experience it for themselves. Ravenger, Joy Ride 3: Our ” Recently Viewed ” segment includes films: So listen in and we hope you like what you hear. It is nearly time for the San Diego Comic Con and all that comes from this amazing convention.

Feel the Bite, Feed horrirhound Beast! Also in this episode is an exclusive guest announcement for Horrorhound Weekend in Indianapolis this September 9thth!

Our Indie spotlights covers: HorrorHound Hall of Fame: The Most Anticipated Movies ofwe provide our top picks. You can be rest assured to find a thoughtful gift for all your friends and family.


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We also cover horror comic: Also in this horrorhkund are zombie films from Canada and Mexico! Blair Witch gets a tribute of sorts to 10 years of time passed between the one off phenomena.

How can a film so cool be kept so long off the market without a decent special edition or extras release? Our Indie Spotlight segment includes films: So grab your pen and paper, cause Horrorhound Radio is taking you to summer school of extreme cinema!

Horror Comic talk includes: Freddy, Aaron and Jason discuss the most shocking movies ofall the biggies are here, Henry: More Gift Options Coming Soon.

We urge and hope you take some time to check it out. Jackson in the new Blob movie and the Cabin Fever remake! A very special episode of Horrorhound Radio dedicated entirely to the life and career of Wes Craven.

The Scariest Man in America. And the horror community I believe would extend open arms to the never before seen extended cut…but for now only time will tell.