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Horror Headlines: Wednesday December 9th, 2009

In worrisome news, the upcoming "Nightmare on Elm Street" remake is heading back under the lens for re-shoots after recent test screenings. So far it looks like it will only affect a small diner scene that doesn't involve Freddy, but re-shoots are never a good sign.

The fourth installment for the "Resident Evil" franchise, "Resident Evil: Afterlife" has been pushed back to January 2011. If you're curious for behind the scenes action on this 3D sequel, be sure to follow Milla Jovovich on Twitter as she tweets her way through the shooting of the film.

Good news for you "Dexter" fans; thanks in large part to John Lithgow, the fourth season of the show continues to set records for Showtime. This past Sunday's episode pulled in over 2.1 million viewers. You can pretty much count on our favorite little sociopath coming back next season.

From the laugh out loud news desk, Brittany Murphy has been fired from the upcoming thriller "The Caller", mere days into shooting. She's now officially been replaced by "Twilight" vixen Rachelle LeFevre.

We can finally put to rest one worry about the upcoming "Wolfman", asthe MPAA has officially given the movie an R rating for bloody horror, violence and gore!

In Real People News: 

A Maryland woman kidnaps a pregnant homeless woman and proceeds to try and cut her unborn daughter out of her abdomen. Mother and baby are both expected to make full recoveries.

New Zealand motorists found themselves in a bizarre traffic jam when the tailgate of a truck opens spilling its cargo of blood, fat and discarded animal pieces across the highway. Unfortunately, hopes that it was just a spill from a Weta Workshop truck were completely crushed.

Archeologists find evidence of mass cannibalism at a 7,000 year old site in south west Germany, justifying my refusal to eat liverwurst.

A Behind The Scenes Look At "Dexter"

Don't ask me why but I have no trouble believing that Dexter can still talk to his deceased father... still, I'm seriously freaked out by James Remar doing interviews. That dead guy can talk to his son sure, but now he's talking to me? I'm trippin balls man!

But if you aren’t like me, and god have mercy on your soul if you are, you might enjoy the behind the scenes clip from "Dexter" that I've put below. Have fun, kids!

Dexter Animated Webisodes Look Incredible

Coming October 25th over at Showtime's official site, animated webisodes telling stories of a young Dexter Morgan, star of their hit television show "Dexter".

Check out the trailer below. According to the video, the series is animated by four of today's "top graphic artists", and the results definitely show. I personally can't get enough of Dexter, so I'm looking forward to this as a little pre-Halloween treat. Check it out, and leave your feedback below!

Two New Clips From "Dexter"

If you didn't catch the premier of "Dexter" this past Sunday you missed out. Not only because we got two serious shots of John Lithgow's ass but also because things got pretty intense in the last ten minutes. I won't spoil it for those of you who didn't watch yet. Pretty awesome all around though.

Horror Headlines: Wednesday September 23rd, 2009

This clip from "Zombieland" has a zombie clown in it... so that's pretty awesome.

See the upcoming premiere of Showtime's "Dexter" early in NY or LA. Lucky bastards.

Rumor has it that the "Nightmare on Elm St." trailer will be coming soon, with the possibility that it will be seen infront of prints of Columbia's "Zombieland" on October 2nd. Expect the internet version to show up just about that time.

In Real People News: 

When a pet store closes down, you would probably think that someone would, you know, take the animals out of it. In this case you'd be wrong.

Yup, "Tree Man" is really gross. Not recommended before breakfast.

You know when you read a news story, and all you can think is "this is not going to be good for horror fans"? Ya, THIS is one of those stories.

On this day in history: 

1939: Sigmund Freud commits suicide with the help of his personal physician, Max Schur. The culprit? A lethal dose of morphine.

Two New Clips From The Premier Of "Dexter"

It's fall time and I couldn't be more excited to see all my favorite shows coming back into swing. Between "Dexter" and "Dancing With The Stars" I haven't gotten a good night's sleep in weeks because of the anticipation. It's getting a bit out of control.

Horror Headlines: September 14th, 2009

Here's 5 clips from "Dexter" season 4, which I won't watch because I'm still making my way through season 3, which by the way has been just as kick ass as the first two so far. Highly recommended.

Today sees the announcement of "Never Sleep Again: The Elm St. Legacy", a retrospective documentary on the Nightmare series. It comes co-directed from the man who brought us "His Name Was Jason", but promises to be more in-depth and informational, which sounds good to me. I enjoyed "His Name...", but couldn't get over the fact that it felt like giving Jason Voorhees a blowjob for 90 minutes. A little more substance this time around would be a great thing.

Another purported "Cloverfield 2" viral video. The only thing that doesn't make sense to me is why someone would be so excited about moving to NYC after what happened just a few years ago (In the "Cloverfield" universe that is). The city looks to be in awfully good shape for one that was decimated by a giant crab-monster thing.

Let me just state this on the record right now... "Ring 3D" sounds like possibly the worst idea I've ever heard. Know this.

In Real People News: 

Nevermind, THIS is gross. Sorry folks, I don't make the news, I just report it.

Thai man lives with 4,600 scorpions because you know, why wouldn't he?

On this day in history: 

1956: Surgeons Walter Freeman and Egas Moniz perform America's first prefrontal lobotomy on a depressed, 63-year-old Kansas woman in Washington, D.C. They successfully create a lethargic dullard, and the duo hails the result for years to come as a medical triumph, despite the fact that two of their next twenty lobotomy subjects end as fatalities.

"Dexter" Season 3 DVD Set

For you DVD Collectors and "Dexter" fans out there, season 3 is now out on DVD and ready to grace your book shelf.

Just like the previous two sets, "Dexter Season 3" clocks in with pretty much the same package. You get all 12 episodes, a few cast interviews and a few extra episodes of other Showtime series such as "The United States of Tara" and the "Tudors".

Dexter Season 3 DVD Contest!

Hey there horror fans, guess what? We're giving away copies of "Dexter" season 3 on DVD!

The DVD Bargain Bin


Everybody's favorite serial killer is back with the release of "Dexter: Season 3" on DVD and Blu-ray! For those of you playing along at home, you already know that this was a pretty damn good season. With the addition of Jimmy Smits we got some good turns as Dexter struggled with the idea of friendship and trust, all to expectedly explosive results.

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