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If you've been anticipating the arrival of Jude Law and Forrest Whitaker's futuristic thriller "Repo Men", be sure to check out the new motion comic.

Not content with just movies and now TV, Rob Zombie is returning to the world of comics with "What Ever Happened to Baron Von Shock" from Image Comics. The first reader to locate the drawn Sheri Moon Zombie cameo in the book wins a cookie!... and a boner.

Summit Entertainment is preparing for new franchise hopes with its newly acquired script "The Last Witch Hunter" written by Cory Goodman. So far, Timur Bekmambetov is definitely producing the film and may direct as well. Despite who's on board, there is no way this movie can stack up next to Nic Cage's hair in "Season of the Witch".

"True Blood" fans rejoice; you do not have to wait much longer to sink your teeth into Sookie Stackhouse. HBO has announced that the hit series will return on Sunday June 13th.

If you're a big Sookie Stackhouse fan prepare to be excited. Bluewater Productions will be creating a Charlaine Harris comic in their "Female Force" line.

Not content with turning viewers stomachs with his big screen take on "I Am Legend", Will Smith will be re-entering the genre with a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's "Suspicion".

Because showing up on every single '50 Horror Movies for $10' box set isn't enough, George Romero's now public domain "Night of the Living Dead" is now available to you in an iPhone app.

Everyone is a bit concerned about the upcoming US remake of "Let the Right One In". Director Matt Reeves says that "Let Me In" will be much darker and scarier than "Twilight".

The John Landis produced "Some Guy Who Kills People" has had a flurry of casting news. Among the list are Kevin Corrigan, Lucy Davis, Barry Bostwick and Karen Black.

Daniel Harris has posted some behind the scenes stills from her next feature, "Stakeland". Directed by Jim Mickle who last helmed "Mulberry St.", a director who has already shown that he knows vampires pretty well.

Actor Sam Tramell who portrays Sam Merlotte on HBO's "True Blood" gives a few tidbits on season 3 of the show.

2009 is drawing to a close, which leaves us with 2010 to prepare for. To help make things easier, check out this list of horror releases for the upcoming year! While not all inclusive, it does have a good list both big and small releases for the new year.

There's a new anthology series on its way, but it won't be for the small screen. In fact, it will be for the even smaller screen! Jonathon Moody will be premiering a new web series entitled "Scream Queen Campfire". Each episode will feature a new short as told be a scream queen, sitting around a campfire.

Producers of "True Blood" continue to bloat the cast for the upcoming new season with the addition of "NCIS" alum Lindsay Pulcipher. Pulcipher makes the 11th new cast member.

Universal is in talks with director Carl Erik Rinsch for a "Creature From the Black Lagoon" revival. Much of the future of this project however hinges on the success of the other other big name Universal revival, "The Wolfman".

Alfre Woodard joins the cast of "True Blood" as Lafayette's mom.

Jumping in on the success of "Paranormal Activity" and the like comes the quietly filmed Chris Peckover Film, "Undocumented". Shifting focus to a film crew crossing the border with a group of illegal immigrants, all falls to pieces when they encounter a group of sadistic radicals.

Robert Englund and Michael Madsen sign on for a new thriller called "Web Cam 3D". Hosting a killer party filmed by webcams, where viewers get to vote on who lives or dies? Didn't we see this in a "Halloween" sequel already?