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Christopher returns from the Big Apple to discuss the 2018 New York City Horror Film Festival. The trailer for HAPPY DEATHDAY 2U (2019) and the director of the CANDYMAN (2020) remake top the Horror News of the Week. The Grue-Crew review THE POSSESSION OF HANNAH GRACE (2018) from director Diederik Van Rooijen, featuring Shay Mitchell as a cop-turned-morgue-assistant encountering the dead body of a once possessed Hannah Grace. Join Dave Dreher, Doc Rotten, Christopher G. Moore, and Vanessa Thompson as we discuss Horror News of the Week and review the latest horror offerings.
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Episode 301 – The Possession of Hannah Grace (2018)
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FILM FESTIVAL REPORT: New York City Horror Film Festival
- Christopher G. Moore shares his adventures in New York City attending the NYCHFF: a screening of his film GUT PUNCHED; meeting Mick Garris and Tony Todd; and much more.
HORROR NEWS OF THE WEEK
- Snuggle up this Valentine’s Day 2019 for HAPPY DEATH DAY 2U
- CANDYMAN returns in 2020 from Jordan Peele and director Nia DeCosta
- Wait? The Blumhouse/Sony 2020 reboot of FANTASY ISLAND is a horror film
- “Everyone is Dead!” with the debut trailer for YOU MIGHT BE THE KILLER
- Wishful Thinking: A James Wan-directed scary BATMAN movie!!!
- Introducing the BBC’s DRACULA: Claes Bang
FEATURE TOPIC: The Possession of Hannah Grace
When a cop who is just out of rehab takes the graveyard shift in a city hospital morgue, she faces a series of bizarre, violent events caused by an evil entity in one of the corpses.
Director: Diederik Van Rooijen
Cast: Shay Mitchell, Grey Damon, Kirby Johnson
THIS MONTH ON PATREON
- THANK YOU: Matthew Seidl
- THANK YOU: Travis Payne
- THANK YOU: Jason Connerley
Thanks to Rocky Gray for our killer new HNR theme song
Next Week on HNR (a toss-up, depending on which film the Grue-Crew gets to screen): Anna and the Apocalypse, Leprechaun Returns, or You Might Be the Killer