Maria Llovet has been creating comics since 2011. As a Spanish-American author, illustrator, and animator, she is best known for Heartbeat  and Eros/Psyche. Here at the Grimoire of Horror, we were excited to have the opportunity to interview her about her roots and what is yet to come. Can you tell us how you first

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Celebrating Japanese cult cinema, the Japan Film Fest Hamburg is gearing up for its 2021 season running from August 18th to September 1st. What has got us so excited for this one? Well the festival boasts a wide array of films from the Japanese underground, including titles that you are unlikely to see anywhere else.

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Black Summer Season 2 review

Black Summer series 2 dropped on Netflix recently, so writers Dustin Domingo and Luke Greensmith have joined forces to explain what’s different about yet another zombie franchise, giving a thorough run down of both series. SYNOPSIS In the glut of zombie media, Black Summer stands out. It provides an intense, fast-paced story with realistic and

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Dont Hug Me I'm Scared TV Show

Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared is the fantastic surreal puppet show by Becky Sloan and Joseph Pelling. It was released for free on YouTube starting in 2011 and ultimately taking until 2016 to finish a six episode series. It’s so overwhelmingly surreal we haven’t even attempted to attempt to describe it with a single writer,

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“Fright-Rags is an American company known for releasing apparel based on horror films and other horror-related media. The company was founded in 2003 by Ben Scrivens, and is based in Rochester, New York.” You can check out our recent interview with Ben, where we talked about Fright Rags and horror cinema. In addition, make sure

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LGBTQIA Horror Films Best Of List for Pride

Here at the Grimoire of Horror, we would like to celebrate Pride Month with some curated selections including LGBTQIA+ characters. As a genre that has always appealed to the underdogs, outsiders, and misfits, horror has been a place where we can get our revenge; whether that’s visibility, killing the prom queen, or going on a

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X-Ray Horror Film Review 1981

*This is a guest article from Weirdling Wolf for the Grimoire of Horror! X-Ray has proven to be another welcome resurrection of a long-neglected slasher, helmed by genre polymath Boaz Davison; a sterling filmmaker who has been attached to many action/exploitation titles I have considerable fondness for. About ten years ago, I watched a poor VHS

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Check out our newest interview with James Cilano and Alex DiVincenzo, the masterminds behind Witter Entertainment and Broke Horror Fan. They have been hard at work releasing beloved classics as well as new fan favorite horror films on VHS. We were delighted to get a chance to speak to them about the love of VHS,

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Uncle Peckerhead review

The Grimoire of Horror is proud to present our first foray into video content with an interview with director Matthew John Lawrence and actor David Littleton  of the punk rock indie horror Uncle Peckerhead (2020). This instant cult hit is easily available for VOD on digital streaming services from Amazon Prime to Tubi. Our review

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