Sweeney Todd would be so proud. Alright, Thailand’s Kittiwat Unarrom isn’t actually putting people in his bread but he could've fooled me based on these pictures. He’s opened up his very own “Body Bakery” and what he’s filled it with is bread in the shape of decapitated heads, dismembered arms and all kind of other fun crap. That isn’t gross enough for you? Well he presents his creations in his very own showroom that is set up to look like a grocery store. Complete with saran wrapped heads and body parts on meat hooks. Yummy!
The big budget remake of "The Wolfman" has been moved to 2010 by Universal... make that FEBRUARY, 2010. The last few years have seen increasing amounts of successes in the traditional "dump" month, but still, this can't be a good sign for a big budget period piece like Wolfie.
"Surviving Crooked Lake" is described as a "sensual, intense, indie feature drama". So many qualifying words... but they've got my attention with "sensual". The plot is about a group of girls who embark on a canoe and camping trip... and well, you can pretty much write the rest of the script yourself.
The synopsis for the "Mother's Day" remake doesn't sound anything like the original "Mother's Day". Of course, for those who have seen the original Troma flick, that may not necessarily be a bad thing.
1974: Mama Cass Elliot, a very large part of The Mamas and the Papas, dies in London. Although initial reports ascribe the cause of death to choking on a ham sandwich, in actuality it was a heart attack.
I’ve made a lot of stupid mistakes in my life but I’d like to think that I could tell the difference between an in-grown hair and undeveloped identical twin embedded in my stomach. Then again I prey to god I never have the opportunity to make that mistake. Unfortunately for 30 year old Gavin Hyatt his doctors had just such an opportunity when he went into the hospital to have a strange growth on his abdomen removed.