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Podcast: Horror News Radio – Eps 102 – Muck – Valley of the Sasquatch

This week on Horror News Radio the retro 80’s gore-fest MUCK and the Bigfoot film VALLEY OF THE SASQUATCH. Writer-Director Steve Wolsh ushers his effects heavy horror film Muck to VOD and Blu-Ray courtesy Anchor Bay Entertainment this week and into the hands of the Grue-crew. Uh, oh. Writer-Director John Portanova takes a unique look at the Bigfoot creature as he follows a fractured family into the forests of the American Northwest.

Dave shares dishes a new plate of HORROR NEWS OF THE WEEK with information about Jessica Lange leaving American Horror Story, Sean Cunningham revealing details about a possible Friday the 13th TV series and David Lynch casting doubt to the future of Twin Peaks. Doc Rotten announces that Horror News Radio and HorrorNews.Net will appear at the MAD MONSTER PARTY in Charlotte, NC in March 27-29, 2015.

Co-hosts Doc RottenSantos (The Black Saint) Ellin Jr.Dave DreherThomas Mariani and Vixen, the voice of reason, are back again this week to give you the best in horror as they recap, review and obliterate all that is horror this week! Also, the prizes keep coming: Anchor Bay Entertainment returns with a Muck Blu-Ray Giveaway! 

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Episode 102 – Muck – Valley of the Sasquatch
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Review: Muck (2015) 

The much anticipated horror movie MUCK elicits an unexpected unilateral reaction to the film from the Grue-crew. The gore-filled creature feature from director Steve Wolsh stars horror legend Kane Hodder, Jaclyn Swedberg and Lachlan Buchanan. The story centers around a group of friends escaping the marshes surrounding Cap Cod only to find their night evolves into a living nightmare. You may never guess what the Muck happens on this episode…


Review: Valley of the Sasquatch (2015) 

Bill Oberst Jr. stars in John Portanova’s well crafted Bigfoot film VALLEY OF THE SASQUATCH. The film benefits from focusing on the characters, a dysfunctional father and son dealing with the loss of the boy’s mother, relocating to a run-down family shack deep in the woods and surviving an attack from a trio of pissed-off hairy creatures hunting them down. Focusing on the family and characters, Valley of the Sasquatch delivers a strong entry into the Bigfoot sub-genre.


HNR Contest:  Anchor Bay Entertainment Muck Blu-Ray 

Horror News Radio and Anchor Bay Entertainment announce the Muck Blu-Ray giveaway. Anchor Bay Entertainment is providing a pair of Blu-Rays for the hit gorefest Muck featuring horror legend Kane Hodder and Playboy Playmate of the Year 2012 Jaclyn Swedberg. Entries will be accepted until Midnight (Eastern Standard Time),  March 22, 2015. All you need to do is complete the The Black Saint’s HNR Horror Trivia Question at this link. The Anchor Bay Entertainment Muck Blu-Ray giveaway is open to US addresses only.

Horror News of the Week for 03/16/2015 

Dave shares the Horror News of the Week beginning with the announcement that Jessica Lange is officially leaving American Horror Story as of season 5. Sean Cunningham reveals details about the CW being interested in a Friday the 13thtelevision series with a twist. Director David Lynch teases there may some troubles in getting a third season of Twin Peaks on the air. It Follows performs well in the theaters even with an extremely limited run. Mortal Combat excites horror fans by promoting that Jason Voorhees will be available in a future DLC pack.


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