Patrick Lussier Talks My Bloody Valentine 3D

Patrick Lussier cut his teeth in the genre by serving as editor on the entire "Scream" series, and has since worked on such films as "The Eye", "White Noise 2" and "Darkness Falls". Now he's teamed up with Lions Gate and together they're getting ready to unleash a 3D "My Bloody Valentine" remake onto the unsuspecting public. Here's what happened when we sat down to talk about it.

We talked about it, and my first reaction was wasn't that the film where someone gets killed with wiener water?

So you guys ended up getting the R rating without any real problems. Were you at all concerned?

Well, with any R rated film it's a thing right? You're wanting to make sure that you're leaning over the edge but not falling into it.

Top 10 Films I Watched in 2008

Lists abound lately! And I feel... left out. I didn't see a chunk of new releases in '08. The horror options just didn't interest me. At 12 bucks a pop, I can't go willy-nilly into just any flick at the local cinema. Plus, I'm a super snob that isn't into watching subpar American dreg with urban teens. I mean... never mind.

So here is my somewhat comprehensive list of the best films I viewed (for the first time) in '08.

10. Female Trouble - Best John Waters flick EVER!

BGH Book Club: Come Closer

Unlike horror movies, horror writing -- be it novels, short fiction, or what have you -- doesn't really have a high powered hype machine to drive consumers to hot new content. In fact, if the part of the web devoted to championing obscure or independent horror movies is a Panzer tank, the part of the web that champions new or rising horror writers is something akin to a stroller full of recyclables being pushed by a decrepit homeless person.

The Sword--Gods of the Earth review

Figured I should get this up before I see the band live in a few weeks.

Throwback. That's the only word that comes to mind when I'm listening to The Sword's album "Gods of the Earth." Close your eyes and it's easy to picture the music coming from a van circa 1977 with dragons and wizards and whatnot painted on the side in dramatic action. The album sways at points between the soundtrack to a Renaissance festival and some headbanging, adrenaline charged mosh pit fuel.

I'm a Zombie Snob

'No amount of time is ever enough so the length is irrelevant. Quality is the key.'

There is some really mysterious crap going on and I don't know what to do. Weird shit. I mean 112 Ocean Avenue weird shit:

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