Trailer Park up for Streamy

Site user Prisoner Abel asked us to post some info on his friend's short film... so here it goes! (PS - Make sure to scroll down to watch it, I just did and old school NES fans will definitely get a kick out of it. Stick around for the claymation!)


My buddy Thomas Seymour is up for consideration for a new Web Award called The Streamys. He and the rest of the folks over at Black20.com put a lot of hard work into their shows so it would be nice to see them get some recognition.

Fright Rags on 30 Rock!

Good friend and awesome horror T-shirt maker Ben from Fright Rags emailed this morning to give us some great news, that last night one of his shirts made it onto the NBC hit show "30 Rock!"

Comics Creepshow 25: Impaler

This weekend ‘Underworld: Rise of The Lycans’ comes out. If you are like me, the idea of vampires involved in massive sword slashing battles sets off sparks in your imagination, but based on the quality of the first two ‘Underworld’ films, ‘Lycans’ will most likely leave you wishing you had never sunk your teeth into the movie, in the first place. There is an alternative, however, if you are looking for a nice mesh of sword fighting and gruesome vampire action- William Harms’ IMPALER, from Top Cow Productions, Inc.

Horror Headlines: Friday January 23rd, 2009

Even though I'm not a Rob Zombie fan, even I have to admit that this is a pretty interesting interview that Tim Sullivan did with Zombie recently. And by "interesting", I mean "infuriating to the point of tearing out what little hair I still have left". Read on to find out how he's going to do with Laurie Strode what he did with Michael in the first film (ie overanalyze her), and how he thinks if you have an opinion on horror films, you're a big jerkface.

New "Friday the 13th" posters. One is a giant pic of Jason's mask, and one is (from what I've read on other sites) oddly similar to a gang symbol. Hmmm...

When it comes to making slashers you can even go the subdued, John Carpenter's "Halloween" type route, or you can have a dude in a bunny suit. It's your move, filmmakers.

"Underworld: Rise of the Lycans", starring Rhona Mitra opens wide today. On the red carpet last night, director of the original and current producer Len Wiseman talked about the possibility of the franchise turning into a TV series. And you know what? It's actually not that bad of an idea.

In Real People News: 

A cop was so excited about making his first arrest, he refused to stop chasing the suspect even though he had a tree branch stuck in his eye. Now that's dedication folks. Would you continue your job with a stick in your eye?

One British Cabinet member was overheard saying recently, "The banks are fucked, we're fucked, the country's fucked." He's no Barack Obama, but you have to give him credit for being something of a poet.

Another day, another violently homosexual hazing ritual at a high school. Apparently every football player in the country, every year, is sick on the day that their English teachers discuss the meaning of "irony". That's a weird coincidence, don't you think?

On this day in history: 

1996: A professional bungee jumper practicing for the Superbowl was killed during rehearsal. Laura Patterson, 43, died of massive head injuries at the New Orleans Superdome.

F.E.A.R. 2 - Project Origin Demo released

The sequel to the PC and XBOX horror tinged FPS hit "F.E.A.R." hits shelves this month. But, luckily for us the demo has gone live today! For those of you on Xbox, you can remotely add the download to your queue from here, and you fans of PC flavored bang bang can grab yours from here!

For those of you not keen to the franchise, the plot of F.E.A.R. 2 - Project Origin ripped straight from the demo site:

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