Dwayne Johnson, also known as "The Rock" just seems like a guy I'd like to hang out with. He's all funny and stuff. God I hope he drinks beer. While we try to find out let's discuss how Mr. Rock is now in talks to play the lead in a big screen adaptation of Steve Moore's graphic novel "Hercules: The Thracian Wars". Can you guess what the lead role is from the title? If you can't you might be stupid.

I really dislike that song "In Your Eyes" and therefore I have already decided I do not like the new movie coming out with the same title. It does not matter that Steve Howey, who's currently on the show "Shameless", has been added to the cast. I don't watch that show. It does matter that Joss Whedon is producing the romantic supernatural people connected by some cosmic energy movie. Because everything that guy does is awful. But I'm just rambling now.

Robert Knepper who was on "Prison Break" has joined the cast of CW's "Cult" about a cult leader who commands his minions to kill. I'm sick of these shows already.

I've seen trailers for "Madison County" flying around for a while now. It's the creepy looking flick about a killer who terrorizes a town while wearing a pig's head if you're wondering. And it looks like it's finally making it's way to DVD on May 8th. See? Today's not so bad. This rain will pass. Let's go get some breakfast together, ok?

"Saturday the 14th" is one of those movies that I fondly remember watching and loving as a kid. The horror spoof revolves around a family of four that inherit their deceased uncle's house. The movie has a lot of great things going for it: an evil book that unleashes monsters upon the house, a TV that only plays episodes of "The Twilight Zone" and a fun bathtub scene featuring a Gill Man type of monster. While there are a ton of fun homages to horror films throughout the film, I'm sad to admit that time was not kind to this movie.

Photos are far scarier than video or motion pictures. There I said it. My opinion on this arises from the fact that through my years I have seen a number of things in film and video that have disturbed me but few of them plagued my thoughts for more than an hour or so afterwards. By contrast there are still photographs that trouble me when they pop to mind years later.

After fifteen years, German heavy metal heavy hitters Caliban are still going strong and beginning a new album cycle with “I Am Nemesis.” This album sees Caliban mixing more diverse inspirations into their music and experimenting with mixing in more gang vocals and mosh pit mayhem.

The band "The Black Dahlia Murder" are so god damn great that sometimes it makes me want to cry. I have no idea why and screw you for questioning me. The new video for "Moonlight Equilibrium" off their new album Ritual hit the tubes late yesterday and it's so awesome that I'm sobbing like a baby in front of my computer. It's chock full of creepy atmosphere, blood and promiscuous old timey people. It's also a kick ass song. Enjoy!