The literary mash-up trend is nearing overkill as author Alan Goldsher sells the rights to his upcoming Beatles zombie novel "Paul is Undead: The British Zombie Invasion". The book is due out in June yet film rights are already sold. How many more trendy merging's will we see before this fad dies out?
Speaking of sequel news, here's one I know you've all been waiting for! Full Moon pictures, home of Charles Band and his wacky puppets, has announced "Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver"! No word on if Busey will make a return to his most famous roll ever or not. (See what I did there?)
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On a somewhat serious note, the FCC has decided to let the MPAA add DRM to TV shows controlling what devices you are allowed to play your recordings on. Always remember; big brother is watching you.
One person in Northhampton is going to hell; it would appear upon checking the victims ID that they had struck Lord Jesus Christ with their car as he crossed the street. Although bruised and a bit battered, thankfully Lord Jesus Christ wasn't permanently injured or crucified.
On this day in history:
1941 - Running out of fuel and unable to find a suitable spot to land his Messerschmitt, Deputy Fuhrer Rudolf Hess bails out over Scotland. When Hess claims to have made the trip in order to negotiate a peace treaty with England, the Nazis declare that he was a psychotic who "lived in a state of hallucination." After the war, Hess is confined to Spandau Prison until his apparent suicide in 1987.