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Behind The Scenes Of "The Hole" With Bruce Dern

It’s been 25 years since Joe Dante directed “Gremlins” and warmed his way into our tiny little hearts. Since then he’s directed a ton of other films but nothing that really had the same impact as the 1984 critter invasion flick. Now with “The Hole”, he might just have done it again. At the very least it’s another film that’s going to be shot in 3D and should have some pretty amazing visuals.

From Russia With Love, It's "Night Fighter"

I’ll be the first to admit that I am not so up on world events, but I can’t be the only one who is surprised by the trailer for the new Russian horror film “Night Fighter”. Last I heard people were waiting in line three hours for a loaf of bread, but now I see they have roller blades, video games and doggie style. Welcome to the modern world mother Russia!

George A. Romero's "Survival of the Dead" Trailer

Alright stop me if you’ve heard this one before, a cowboy, a fisherman and a army guy walk onto an island filled with Zombies. Ya know, just to save time let me skip right to the punch line, you’ve just lost another hour and a half of your life to a George A. Romero zombie flick. Get it? It never gets old does it, well you might change your mind after seeing the trailer for “Survival of the Dead”.

“Reykjavik: Whale Watching Massacre” Trailer, Enough Said

A few months back Eric gave us the teaser for a new horror film coming out that would revolve around of all things whale watching. Well today we finally have a full trailer for “Reykjavik: Whale Watching Massacre”, which in German means “a whale's vagina”. Alright that’s a lie.

Eureka 3.13: "If You Build It..."

Six episodes ago we learned that some sort of radio signal was being received in Eureka from outer space. We didn’t know what the signal was or who was sending it, but we knew it was getting closer. Well this week we finally got to find out in the episode “If You Build It…”. Of course in usual fashion we are left with more questions than answers.

New Comedy Web Series "ParaAbnormal”

I’m going to come right out and say it, I hate ghost hunter shows. How many weeks can you sit and watch a group of D&D addicts run around an old house looking for ghosts? By week three you’ve pretty much figured out they aren't going to find anything and they’ll just keep talking about some cold chill they got in the attic or some crap. Apparently co-creator of the "Blair Witch Project" Eduardo Sanchez and writer Jamie Nash feel the same way. The only difference between them and I is they actually have some talent and ambition.

Promo Site For "Gamer" Offers Virtual Lap Dances!

Finally someone is doing something useful with augmented reality. Sure getting to see a 3D model of the Starship Enterprise was cool for the "Star Trek" movie but let’s face it, a technology hasn’t really made it until it’s got some attention from the porn industry.

Try To Guess The Plot Of "The Man Who Collected Food"

Probably most horror geeks can relate to being obsessed with collecting. I’ve got more horror action figures than I care to admit at home. Of course mine are all sitting in a closet now... good luck with the marriage, Eric.

That said, the film “The Man Who Collected Food” is pretty far out there even by horror fan standards. The movie tells the story Miguel, a man who is obsessed with collecting... well food. These posts practically write themselves. But Miguel doesn’t just collect the food, he keeps it in perfect unopened condition in his cabinet.

Good Luck Figuring Out The Trailer For “Symbol”

Ever wonder what Billy Joel’s 1982 video for the song “Pressure” would look like if it was remade today by Japanese director Hitoshi Matsumoto? I know, me too!

Well your prayers have been answered with the trailer to his new film “Symbol”. What’s the film about? As far as I can tell there's a guy trapped in a prison and he sees a bunch of ceramic babies coming out of the walls, genitals first. Then a guy barks at a bunch of dogs. Sounds about right. See if you can figure it out.

Eureka 3.12: "It's Not Easy Being Green"

Bowling, there’s nothing quite like it. What other game gives you countless excuses to make jokes about how heavy your balls are. It’s really a amazing sport. Well this week’s episode of Eureka titled “It's Not Easy Being Green” revolved around a bowling match between the town of Eureka and Area 51.

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