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Horror Headlines: Monday June 7th, 2010

Milla Jovovich continues to build her scream queen portfolio as director David R. Ellis announces that she will be starring in his upcoming horror film "Bad Luck".

John Carpenter fans, start getting excited. The director has announced his plans to return to vampire territory with his next project, "Fangland" based on the novel by John Marks.

Doug Jones and Reggie Bannister are now all set to slip into their most natural roles ever as R-Squarded films pick up "Carnies" for distribution . The company plans a limited theatrical release and a full scale DVD release for this little convention breaker that sets the carnies facing an unknown evil!

In Real People News: 

Two New Jersey men were arrested on Saturday as they boarded a plane set to take them Somalia where they planned to train with a jihad group so that they could kill US soldiers.

On this day in history: 

1692 - At 11:43am, a catastrophic earthquake strikes Port Royal, Jamaica, then known as "the richest and wickedest city in the world." Buildings are shaken apart and ships in harbor hurled onto busy streets. In just three minutes, the temblor takes out 70% of the population, killing 1,600 and seriously injuring 3,000 others.

Angel of Death (REVIEW)

Zoe Bell burst onto the acting scene in 2007 with a leading role in Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof". She won more than a few hearts with the role and her rough play on the hood of a sports car, but it wasn't her first experience in front of the camera. By the time "Grindhouse" hit theaters, Bell had already established herself as a top notch stunt woman, doubling for such stars as Lucy Lawless in "Xena" as well as for Uma Thurman in "Kill Bill". Since her big break she has been quickly adding credits to her resume as an actress and doing fairly well in the process.

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