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Trailer: New Aussie Flick "Road Train"

I have absolutely no idea what the movie "Road Train" is about but I think it might be awesome. There's a giant truck, a bunch of Australians stuck in the middle of nowhere and some wolves. I think the truck might be possessed and the wolves may have three heads but I can't confirm that. The truck may also have the power to make it's own roads. Man that sounds great doesn't it? There's a good chance none of my assumptions are true but even if half of them are this is going to be the best movie ever made.

Check out the trailer below.

Trailer: First Look at "The Last Exorcism"

The first trailer for the Eli Roth produced film "The Last Exorcism" is up on the intertubes and ready to make you wet yourself. All and all the flick looks pretty freaky and I for one am excited to see a lead character named Cotton up on the silver screen. The film revolves around a preacher who agrees to let a camera crew film his final exorcism. Get the name now? Clever huh.

Check out the trailer below and look for "The Last Exorcism" in theaters on August 27th.

Trailer: "The Outback" Lacks Aussie Flavor

How the hell are you going to make the tagline for your movie "Australian for Fear" and not have one freakin kangaroo in the trailer? Shame on you "The Outback", same on you! I'm starting to think you don't know a thing about the city of Australia after all. Not even a shrimp going on a barbie or a bloomin onion.

Video: How To Destroy Angels - "The Space in Between"

If you're going to name your band How To Destroy Angels you better damn well have a bad ass video to go along with it. Lucky for us the band which includes Trent Reznor, his wife Mariqueen Maandig and Atticus Ross are up to this challenge. Check out the new video below for their track "The Space in Between" my friends. In it Maandig and Reznor are both murdered and set on fire. But if you're going to be in a band with your wife the first thing you're going to want to do is set her face on fire. And they say romance is dead.

Video: "How to Survive the Strange" Makes With the HaHa

Do you like to laugh and learn? Me too! Wow, it's like we're twins or something. Well our good friend Bryan over at Cinema Suicide has completed work on the first installment of the new web series "How to Survive the Strange". In this episode we learn how to fight off pesky zombies with a claw hammer. Who doesn't need to know about that?

Happy Town 1.3: "Polly Wants a Crack at Her"

Things took a strange turn this week in “Happy Town”. The dark, serious mood of the first two episodes was replaced with an almost comic atmosphere. Happy go lucky music played while Henley recovered from her car crash, Tommy and Dave went digging for bodies and the Stiviletto’s got all gussied up to go file charges against Tommy for attacking them. While I liked the episode it didn’t really fit the theme of the first two and things are starting to get a little schizophrenic.

On the Next Podcast: "The Descent: Part 2"

This week we sit down to watch "The Descent: Part 2". With the love we all shared for the first film it's not hard to understand why we're a little worried the sequel might be a mess, but with stellar reviews like "Surprisingly good" we might just be ok.

Horror Makes it's Way to the Mtv Movie Awards

If you watched TRL this morning you probably know this already but the Mtv movie awards have announced their list of nominations and this year they have a special "Best Scared-As-S**t Performance" category. They use funny little star symbols because it's more adorable then just coming right out and saying shit. See?

For those of you interested here's the list of nominee's:

Alison Lohman - "Drag Me to Hell"
Amanda Seyfried - "Jennifer's Body"
Jesse Eisenberg - "Zombieland"
Katie Featherston - "Paranormal Activity"
Sharlto Copley - "District 9"

Trailer: "Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust"

If you like TV countdown shows with the words "Most Shocking" and "Most Daring" in them than the guy who edited those has got a movie for you. It's called "Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust" and I'm not sure what the title means but supposedly the movie is a throw back to the slasher films of the 70's and 80's that we all love.

Trailer: "Puppet Monster Massacre", Like "Fraggle Rock" With Murder

A group of teens decide to spend a night in a creepy old house only to find that an evil doctor has unleashed an evil beast that is looking to feast on the youngins. Sure you've probably seen this film before, but have you seen it done with puppets? No, I didn't think so. Well movie maker Dustin Mills is here to fix that little problem with "Puppet Monster Massacre". I bet you didn't even know it's a problem.

Check out the new trailer below and look for this fun little ditty sometime in the Fall of 2010.

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