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Horror Headlines: Friday August 28th, 2009

Eric's on the road and Louis is on the move! So instead of Fowler Friday this week you get stuck with me, the old man on the block! I Casey hereby dub this..."Fogey Friday".

Not wanting to be permanently tied to "Twilight", Director Catherine Hardwicke and actor Emile Hirsch are in early talks for a big screen version of "Hamlet". The twist being, both parties are dropping hints that their "Hamlet" will be of the suspense/horror variety. Here's hoping Shakespeare doesn't sparkle.

Rob Zombie has announced his next movie plans, yet another remake, this time of genre classic "The Blob". "My intention is not to have a big red blobby thing, that's the first thing I want to change," Zombie stated in a recent interview. It begs the question; has this guy actually seen 'the blob'?

Deborah Ann Woll, red headed teen-aged vamp of HBO's "True Blood" has signed on for indie supernatural thriller "Little Murder". The film takes place in a post Katrina south and follows a disgraced detective on the hunt of a killer, with the help dead Cellist's ghost.

In case you weren't aware, there's a new movie out today called "H2" directed by Rob Zombie! Fearing that they were too lax in their marketing push, Zombie and crew have released a new motion poster for "H2". Before you click the link, I must warn you; it contains spoilers. Michael Myers stabs people!

In Real People News: 

Bolivia has officially upped its tourist draw; the town of La Paz has opened the worlds first Cocaine bar! You can choose between normal and extra strong varieties. At the same time, US authorities announced a shocking drop in underground raves across the country.

On this day in history: 

1991: Mikhail Gorbachev resigns as Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party and heralds the beginning of the fall of the Soviet Union.

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