Horrorhound Weekend

Horror Headlines: Thursday March 25th, 2010

If you're lucky and say your prayers every night this week, Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's stylish creeper "[Rec] 2" might find its way into a theater near you on July 9th. Surprisingly, Magnolia will be handling distribution this time around. Good for them.

Do you like dinosaurs? Do you like comic books based on Spielberg movies? If so, you're in luck. IDW Publishing and Universal are plotting to unleash a series of comics based on the "Jurassic Park" franchise onto the masses this June. Personally, I'm waiting for the pop-up books. Ah, Piatnitzkysaurus!

While everyone else and their kinky grandmother is attending HorrorHound Weekend, I will be sitting quietly in my living room, staring blankly at the June 7th release date for Noboru Iguchi's Japanese gore epic "RoboGeisha" I've marked on my 2010 Adorable Kittens calendar. Can you tell I'm pretty excited about this one? I thought so.

You know what's fishy about the launch of the official "Piranha 3D" website? No trailer. In fact, there's not a single promotional clip to be found anywhere on the page. If the studio wants me to stay interested until August 27th, they'd better deliver a theatrical trailer in HD post-haste. Pretty please. With Elizabeth Shue.

In Real People News: 

If suffering the frigid temperatures wasn't torture enough, residents of St. Petersburg, Russian are struggling to avoid being impaled by enormous icicles falling from the sky. The descending debris has already claimed the lives of five people.

The next time you get into an argument with your ex-girlfriend, try jumping out of the moving vehicle you're sharing at the time. If she comes back, it's true love. If not, roll onto the shoulder so you don't cause an accident. And stop being so selfish all the time. Sheesh.

On this day in history: 

1988 - "Preppie murderer" Robert E. Chambers Jr. pleads guilty to first-degree manslaughter.

10 Things You'll See at Horrorhound Weekend

This weekend, throngs of horror fans, podcasters and bloggers will descend on the quiet streets of Indiapolis for Horrorhound Weekend. The best horror convention in the midwest is organized by the fine staff members of Horrorhound Magazine and manges to be a memorable experience for nearly five years running. This year, much like every year, we here at the Bloody Good Horror Podcast will be setting up our table to meet you, the fans and readers!

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