R.L. Stine's First Adult Horror Novel Will Deliver "Red Rain"

Any of you feeling nostalgic for those tingling chills you fought off while reading Goosebumps under the covers of your prepubescent bed armed only with a flashlight, need to wait just a handful of months for R.L Stine's first adult horror novel.

Red Rain will be released by Touchstone Publishers on October 9, 2012. It is already available for preorder all major book sites.

A chilling and bloody tale for older readers from the master of horror, R. L. Stine.

Album Review: Cattle Decapitation - "Monolith of Inhumanity"

What seems like a lifetime ago in 2003, I remember doing a music news report for my college radio station detailing how Cattle Decapitation had announced that their upcoming album, to be released in 2004, was to be called "Humanure." Little did I know that nine years later, Cattle Decapitation would not only evolve into a real thing, but would still be making music for a prominent label.

Horror Headlines: Friday, May 4th, 2011

May the Fourth be with you everybody!

The good folks at Universal have taken it upon themselves to push there new exorcism film "The Seventh Son" back a good 8 months to October 18, 2013. The film stars Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore so you have to imagine it's not too shabby but as of yet there's no word as to why the delay is happening. Let's start an insane rumor though, like Jeff Bridges demands the blood of virgins to do any work and they're running out of them in Hollywood.

Jennifer Lynch, the creepy gal behind "Boxing Helena" and other flicks has had her new film "Chained" slapped with a NC-17 rating. The film follows a 9 year old boy who is kidnapped and as he grows learns he must follow in his kidnappers footsteps to survive. Kind of like "The Lion King" but with people getting their faces bashed in.

Amber Heard has been confirmed for the cast of "Machete Kills" and I used up my stupid comments on her earlier this week so she gets a pass today. What can I say, I'm a giver.

Warner Bros. has dropped the news that they will in fact be resurrecting "Little shop Of Horrors" once again and Joseph Gordon-Levitt is very much interested in taking on the lead role. My guess is there won't be any singing in this version but who knows. I love that damn dentist song Steve Martin does.

In Real People News: 

A Humane Society employee in Florida (yeah no shit) is under arrest after he was found in possession of child pornography and a video of him getting it on with a dog. Isn't that some sort of physiological test? Picking which one you think is worse determines what kind of job you'll have later in life or something? I could have sworn I remember my guidance counselor asking me that in High School.

A 30 year old mother in Iowa is under arrest after she shot up heroin in the bathroom of a pharmacy while her 4 year old child was present. The import thing to note here is that in Iowa there are bathrooms in pharmacies that just anyone can use. I'd shoot up heroin too if I didn't have to give a stool sample just to take a piss in a Duane Reade in the city.

Trailers: "Iron Sky" has iPad using Moon-Nazi's

Oh Joy. Your Connoisseur of Crap is bringing you ANOTHER earth invasion movie. The invaders are ruthless, fearless, hell bent on claiming Earth as their own and....

They're German Nazis?

Those wacky Germans!!!! They were so ticked off after losing WWII, they used their super secret space technology and established a colony on the moon!! Except they can't get back! Until the US re-visits the moon in 2018. With an iPad. That has the technology they need to return and TAKE OVER THE WORLD.

HOW COULD THIS POSSIBLY BE BAD??????? IT'S MOON NAZIS!!!!

Album Review: Unleashed - Odalheim

Certain styles of music seem incompatible with long careers. Death metal is high on that list, with the focus on brutality and shredded vocal chords standing at odds with the rigors of aging. If it's true that people tend to mellow with age, it would stand to reason that death metal would not be populated by elder statesmen. Yet it seems to be that conventional wisdom, once again, is wrong. Death metal finds itself seeped in figures from the early days still cranking out new music.

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