Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writing duo responsible for "Zombieland" are hard at work on the upcoming sequel. Want to find out what they have in store for the 3-D shenanigans in "Zombieland 3-D"? The check out this little video interviews where they discuss some of their plans.
Although not official, we may see Wes Craven return to the directors chair for the in-development "Sunflower". Written by Mischa Green, the story pertains to psycho college professors and innocent college girls. Sounds right up Craven's alley.
I know you've all been waiting for the return of Dee Sniders's Captain Howdy; you're going to be so happy! Dee Snider sat down and discussed his plans for "Strangeland 2: The Disciple".
Slasher fans will be happy to hear; splatter classic "The Prowler" is coming back to DVD later this year! Even better, a Blu-ray release is promised shortly after.
Mr. Chang is accused of killing his mother. The act of murder is bad enough, but when officials found the body she was missing an arm, the back of her skull, skull remnants were found in the refrigerator and her blood had been drained into trash can in the garage.
Scott Gore woke up to a nasty surprise; at 1 a.m. he came too on the local railroad tracks missing one shoe and having one mangled leg.
1863 - Midgets Tom Thumb and Lavinia Warren married in a ceremony promoted and orchestrated by P.T. Barnum
This week we discuss alchemy, camera technology, a first time guest host joins the show, and we review "As Above, So Below".