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Horror Headlines: Monday October 18th, 2010

Where do Werewolves go when they die? For decades we thought we'd never know. But the film "Zombie Werewolves Attack", which was just picked up by Troma for distribution, is here to give us answers. They turn into Zombies, that's the answer. You should have figured that out by title alone.

Christian E. Christiansen, a guy who's most notable credit is a Danish series called "Mikkel og guldkortet", is rumored to be the next in line to direct the "Hellraiser" remake. Fret not though, Amber Heard is also rumored to be landing a role in the film and she's famous for, well being hot and stuff.

Mia Wasikowska, who you all remember as Alice from the "Alice in Wonderland" has been offered a role in the upcoming big screen adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies". Bradley Cooper has apparently also been offered a role so I'm officially declaring today's news the hunkiest in BGH history.

Finally last night at the 2010 Scream Awards the trailer for "Scream 4" apparently premiered and thanks to the power of cell phones there's now 100 youtube videos of the trailer with tons of crowd noise. Enjoy!

In Real People News: 

I consider myself to be a sensitive guy but this sounds like the worst idea ever imagined. Air New Zealand is planning on rolling out a "cuddle class" next year which would put couples in seats the fold down so the love birds can snuggle during the flight. Congratulations New Zealand, you just found another reason while I'll never visit you.

On this day in history: 

1898 - The American flag was raised in Puerto Rico shortly before Spain formally relinquished control of the island to the United States.

Trailer: "The Crazies" (2010)

Although I wasn't thoroughly impressed with the first trailer for Breck Eisner's upcoming remake of George A. Romero's 1973 shocker "The Crazies," the latest clip is definitely a little more effective. For whatever reason, I happen to think Timothy Olyphant is a decent actor, and it's good to see him recovering from the atrocity that was "Hitman." For those who are arriving late to the proverbial party, "The Crazies" chronicles the outbreak of a mysterious disease which turns ordinary, everyday suburban schlubs into blood-thirsty killing machines. Survivors try to escape, the government tries to keep everyone contained, and all Hell tries to break loose. If all goes according to plan, the film will infect your tender senses on February 26th, 2010. Check out the trailer below.

Horror Headlines: Monday November 30th, 2009

Director Steven Monroe talks details about his upcoming "I Spit On Your Grave" remake. Among his promises is a great performance from lead actress Sarah Butler, more brutality and more lead characters.

Sam Raimi signs on to produce "Alien Invasion". This is news worthy because Raimi's Ghost House Productions signed first time director Fede Alvarez to a multi million dollar deal based on his youtube short "Panic Attack".

Early rumors point to the possibility of Seth Grahame-Smith's "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" becoming a six part TV mini series.

If you were thinking you could use some more teenage vampire romance in your life, check out the teaser trailer for "We Are The Night".

"Heroes" and "Halloween II" co-star Brea Grant discusses her new zombie comic book that she penned with her brother, "We Will Bury You".

In Real People News: 

A lonely Vietnamese man used to sleep on his wife's grave after she passed away. When his kids stopped him from doing this because it was creepy, he dug up her corpse and encased the remains in clay so he could hug her in bed every night instead. Ya, that's better.

A homeless man climbs into a dumpster to stay warm for his night's sleep. Unfortunately for him, he failed to wake up when the morning trash pick-up came, leaving him crushed to death.

Bag-tag is making a comeback with the kids today as Indianapolis News reports that 'Ball Tapping' is more widespread in schools than previously feared.

On this day in history: 

1731 - 100,000 die when a massive quake strikes Peking, China

"Halloween" in 30 seconds re-enacted by bunnies!

The 30-Second Remakes by Bunnies internet meme is all grown up, with "seasons" on NetFlix Instant and everything. (Remember, folks - sign up for NetFlix through us!) The question remains...can they do a better Halloween remake than goth-rocker turned Hollywood egomaniac Rob Zombie? Even further, can the Bunnies do a Halloween reboot that the BGH crew will like?
I think they can!

"Don't Look Up" Trailer

Anyone who has bore witness to the unsettling Asian horror anthology "Three...Extremes" should be well versed in the work of Fruit Chan. In case you've already forgotten the specifics or have yet to discover this cinematic treasure for yourself, Chan is the mastermind behind the film's most disturbing entry, namely "Dumplings." Without giving too much away, let's just say you'll always think twice about the crunchy bits buried within your order of steamed dumplings. Make of that what you will.

Episode 66 - "The Last House on the Left (2009)"

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The crew takes a visit to The Last House on the Left, and decides whether or not we would stay there again. Plus, the return of Louis Fowler!

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Episode 46 - "Quarantine"

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We're back after last week's technical issues and chatting about "Quarantine". Everyone's in good spirits, and we talk about everything from Pumpkin beer to my unhealthy affinity for Jennifer Carpenter.

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