MK vs DC Gets a Teen Rating

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Quarantine (REVIEW)

It's regrettable that when reviewing horror movies these days, one more often then not has to decide whether to address the film solely on its own merits or to discuss it in context with an original film that has been remade. In the case of "Quarantine," that decision is not nearly as difficult for a number of reasons. Foremost, the film's screenwriters — Drew Dowdle along with John Dowdle, who also directed — chose to duplicate the original film, "[Rec]," almost shot for shot.

Tokyo Gore Police Review

Last night I finally saw it. I have 2 words... holy crap.

Comics Creepshow 10: City of Dust

Steve Niles, Master Horror Comic Scribe, has been churning out book after book in the past two months. First off, was CRIMINAL MACABRE: CELL BLOCK 666, which was reviewed in Comics Creepshow 8. There were also his two Gotham city based books, BATMAN: GOTHAM AT MIDNIGHT and SIMON DARK. EPILOGUE, his new miniseries about a man turned into a vampire, who has decided to use his supernatural abilities to fight crime, was another possible candidate for review here, but I chose another book for this week’s column.

Horror Headlines 10/10/08

New official site for "Prey". "Prey", takes place in Australia and shows what happens when 4 couples accidentally wander "into an Aboriginal sacred site and awaken a 5000 year old curse."

Josh Brolin to play Jonah Hex. Since he's coming hot off the hells of his turn as George W. Bush, it looks like he's going from playing one cowboy to another with this role.

Kevin Smith still talking about his troubles getting his film "Red State" made. Seriously people, it's like a soap opera at this point.

In Real People News: 

Surprise, surprise, the Government could be listening to your phone calls, even if they have no just cause. Just remember that the next time you engage in some "pillow talk" (the article's words, not mine).

Don't go swimming in Nepal, or you might get dragged down by the Gnooch! And no, it has nothing to do with Jason Mewes, it's actually much scarier.

This guy was just minding his own business recently when a moose started making love to his car. What do you do when that happens? I'll tell you... you let him finish my friends, you let him finish.

On this day in history: 

Disgruntled postal worker Joseph Harris kills four people in Ridgewood, New Jersey. First he brings an Uzi, pipe bomb, and a samurai sword to his supervisor's home, where he kills her and her fiance. Then Harris visits the post office, shooting two coworkers. When he finally surrenders to police, the gunman is wearing a ninja costume and a gas mask. Harris' deeds help spawn the saying, "going postal".

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