Showing posts from January, 2019
πŸ’€πŸ’€The Age Of Gods And Monsters lives on in the hearts and imaginations of those that wish to keep it alive. Ghoulish Grin Films is a small entity but its heart is on fire with the ghosts of old. It is an entity that cherishes the classics and gives it a modern platform. Long Live Indie Horror! πŸ’€πŸ’€ Welcome to the site...and thank you for your support! Enjoy!

"NightShadow: A Vampire's Chronicle" Now Streaming On Amazon Video!

The classic vampire collection from Ghoulish Grin Films, "NightShadow: A Vampire's Chronicle" is now available for free with an Amazon Prime membership at Amazon Instant Video! It will also be available for rental or purchase. Based on the classic Bram Stoker novel, "Dracula," this compilation contains short films going as far back as the early age of cinema to the modern day. Also included is an abridged version of "Nosferatu!" Hopefully this gothic anthology brightens your 2019 and I thank you as always for your support. The mythos of the vampire lives on!

The Devil's Reject: Rob Zombie (Happy Birthday)

A hero to his fans. A controversial figure to haters. Either way, Rob Zombie has made his mark when it comes to music AND movies. He became a rock icon with his first band White Zombie, the famed band that he founded. He soon left to go out on his own and released the hit albums HELLBILLY DELUXE and THE SINISTER URGE. Soon after that he started his career as a director, making the cult hits "House Of A 1000 Corpses" and "The Devil's Rejects." He would eventually reboot the "Halloween" franchise. This move divided fans and even got him beef with the creator himself, John Carpenter (that was eventually smoothed out). Whatever you think about the reboot, it was something that needed to happen in order for the film franchise to find it's origins. In my opinion, BOTH films are good and will forever be a part of the history of Michael Myers...for good or bad. So from a fan, I say happy birthday Mr. Zombie. And thanks for all of the cool stuff you

Ripley's Believe It or Not! 100 Years Of The Bizarre!

The end of 2018 saw a lot of people breathing a sigh of relief. For many it was a year that tested even the best of us. Volatility in the markets. Division and pleas for unity among the people. Plenty of ups and downs. But with the month of December 2018, the world saw the 100th anniversary of a beloved curiosity, Ripley's Believe It or Not! Originally focusing on sports feats in December of 1918, Robert Ripley began to focus his newspaper panels on the more strange, bizarre elements in the world. Freak show exhibits were popular from way back in the 16th century. A time when people were unfortunately treated like oddities but were still fascinating to the 'normal' person. Funny enough, the strange and bizarre are more accepted and people in the modern age flaunt their odd features, whether they were born with them or (more often) created. With the anniversary of Ripley's Believe It or Not! it was also announced that the television show (which I remember fondly w

"Curse Of The Revenant" Available On DVD!

Now available for the first time on physical media, the 2008 cult film "Curse Of The Revenant," re-edited in 2016, is now available on DVD! For those that enjoyed the film on YouTube, Amazon, Vimeo, or other indie horror streaming services and wanted a copy to own, it's now available for $10! Buy it now on Amazon Prime!