Cattle Decapitation Put Out the Greatest Pre-Order Set Of All Time

It's perfectly acceptable to be afraid of the band Cattle Decapitation. For starters, their name is Cattle Decapitation. That's probably all you need. But sweet sassy molassy if they haven't come up with one of the coolest pre-order packages for their new album "Monolith Of Inhumanity" I've ever seen. Due out May 8th, 2012, the band has teamed up for artist Tom Bunk, the guy behind some of the best Garbage Pail Kids cards, to create a Cattle Pail Kids set. for just 80 bucks you get 4 t-shirts, a custom set of cards, a tiny little trash can, a signed poster and oh yeah the album.

Horror Headlines: Tuesday, March 20th, 2011

I was at work until 1am last night and back up at 7 to come back in. I'm so tired. Here's the news.

"Beautiful Creatures" is a sassy new love story about two young lovers who find out each others dark pasts. It's going to be oozing with delights. Margot Martindale and Zoey Deutch have just been added to the cast. That's the news here. This morning on the bus I blacked out for a few seconds and when I came to I thought the bus had plunged into the Hudson river for a second. It was awesome.

Jake Gyllenhaal is in talks to star in a new thriller currently titled "An Enemy". The film focuses on a man who rents a video that turns out to star himself five years in the past. Wait does that sound real? I seriously can't even see straight so I may have just made that up. It sounds made up.

Don't ask my why but "The Mortal Instruments" sounds like a porno to me. Alright in all honesty 90% of the movie titles I read sound like porno's to me. But this is a big screen adaptation of the book by the same name and it's about a NYC lass who discovers she's a half angel warrior. News today has dropped that Harald Zwart, who directed "The Karate Kid" reboot a couple years back will take up the directing duty. If you're thinking about having kids I'll give you some insight. Kids do not care what time you went to bed. If they want to wake up at 7 you're waking up with them.

Have you ever had a Trenta iced coffee from Starbucks? Trenta is bigger than their large size. It's pretty much a bucket. I've had two so far today. I can hear colors. The crazy ass Japanese flick "Mutant Girls Squad" is finally getting a US Blu-Ray release on may 22nd.

In Real People News: 

An Arizona man is under arrest after he drank a bunch of Four Loko and then peed on a baby. And as soon as my wife reads this there will be a 0% chance that I will ever enjoy a Four Loko.

I can understand this New Jersey woman's anger. She went into 711 and they didn't have any sausage sandwiches available at 4am so she started throwing crap. I also understand why the police would pepper spray her. But seriously, those sausage sandwiches are super good.

Balada triste de trompeta (The Last Circus) (REVIEW)

Álex de la Iglesia’s “Balada triste de trompeta” (Sad Trumpet Ballad) is a manic blend of old school horror images, some twisted humor, grotesque, audacious violence, a sprinkling of sex, and a deep interest in reconciling Spain’s national past with the countries contemporary orientation. More commonly known in the states as “The Last Circus”, the film is an exemplary rendition of a how a film can set out to be purposefully “cult” in its execution and still stay true to those roots.

Trailers: Danielle Harris' "Among Friends"

With recent rumbling's that Danielle Harris' directorial debut "Among Friends" may be starting to see the light of day, I thought we'd take a look at the teaser trailer that was released. The film, which is described as a horror movie, with dark comedy elements, about a dinner party gone wrong. Set against an 80's backdrop, good times take a dark turn when one in the group hijacks the evening in the name of integrity. Through an attempt to help the others come clean about secret betrayals against one another, it’s revealed who's willing to cut through the bone to expose the truth.

Album Review: Epica - "Requiem for the Indifferent"

In the quickly multiplying and increasingly competitive world of folk metal, bands are given an early choice between two camps, each representing one of the possible idiomatic sounds of the genre. First, you could truly embrace the roots of the music you are channeling, incorporating an increased number of traditional or esoteric instruments and arrangement. The other path, equally valid in the halls of metal, is to bend more towards the melodic death metal trend, using the folk elements as garnish surrounding the main dish of metal being served.

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