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"Johnny Gruesome" Trailer

October is just around the corner, so it's reasonable that we in The Basement here would start thinking and talking about horror movies, right?

Right.  You know us so well.

Coming this October to Video on Demand is an offering from Uncork'd Entertainment is their movie based on the 2007 novel "Johnny Gruesome" by Gregory Lamberson.

Johnny Grisson is a horror movie, heavy metal loving partier who's nicknamed "Johnny Gruesome" by his schoolmates.  When his car and body are found in a nearby lake, it's assumed to have been an accident.

But soon, the murders start, and "Gruesome's" closest friends worry they're next... and that their darkest secret may find them in the dark of night...

We just peeped the trailer sent to us, and have to say that this movie looks like it's going to be a fun, enjoyable indie horror ride.

Have a look yourself below:


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