Diary of the Dead makes us throw up in our mouths a little.

Adam Sandler to make horror films? Apparently he's starting a production company called "Scary Madison" (get it?) designed to make genre films. The first one will be titled "Shortcut" and will be directed by "Grandma's Boy" director Nicholaus Goosen.

Greg Nicotero says Alexandre Aja's "Piranha" remake will have plenty of 3D boobs and blood for fans to feast on. Man, these guys sure know how to get me excited for a remake.

Even more international posters for "The Happening". M. Night Shyamalan's latest tweest-fest debuts in theaters this Friday.

Lions Gate is teaming up with VH1 to do a reality show called "Scream Queens", where they promise that one luck lady will win a role on a "major" horror film from LG. I read that as, "win a role in one of our straight to video suckfests", but hey, I could be wrong.

Shocker, David Duchovny wants to make more "X-Files" sequels. I'm sure it can't have anything to do with the fact that I've said his name more times in the last 6 months than I have in the last 6 years, could it?

Only a few days after Hollywood literally blew up, the box office figuratively blew up to the tune of over $172 million, a new single weekend high for 2008. Credit this surge to two new high profile films piggy-backing on the success of other niche fare.

Spurred by last night's premiere of "Fear Itself," I've been thinking a lot about television horror. About two years ago, my old roommates and I decided to switch from Time Warner Cable (aka Satan's Cable Service) to DirecTV. Ostensibly this change was about better sports coverage, but it came with an added bonus: Chiller.

This is a review of "Fear Itself" Episode #1
Titled "Sacrifice".