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Stuck at home because of the snow today and want to make yourself vomit? You're in luck! The teaser trailer for "Won Ton Baby" has hit the web.

The movie is about a former brothel owner who's daughter has a cannibalistic parasitic twin in her stomach. Only one way to get the little bugger out, and the teaser below will give you a clip of just how it's done. No release date is set for "Won Ton Baby" yet but we should see this one kicking around in the near future. There's something so artistic about vomit on snow. Enjoy!

Did you know that coroners are actually elected by the people? Me either! Apparently there is an election and everything. You might also be interested to know that all coroners steal body parts and sell them on the black market, too. Alright maybe not all of them but it looks like Dr. Minyard down in New Orleans does. Or at least that's what Dr. McKenna is claiming in the commercial you can view below. Dr. Minyard also has really bad teeth and a little hump back assistant according to the TV spot. That guy sounds like a lot of fun.

That’s a crappy meatball! That’s what I assume all the Italian movie critics said after watching "In the Mouth of Ubaldo Terzani". I read the plot to the film three times before I gave up and just decided to make my own.

A guy hires another guy to make a movie based on some famous horror writer's book. So the guy moved in with the horror writer and then they start making out and blood shoots everywhere. That about covers it really. Oh and it's all in Italian and the lead actors name is Giuseppe. You can't make this stuff up!

Actress Zelda Rubinstein, best known for her role as Tangina in Tobe Hooper's classic "Poltergeist," died of natural causes on Wednesday. She was 76.

Have you longed to feel the rancid breath of a giant ape on your face as he leaps over your head to attack a rampaging Tyrannosaurus Rex? If so, you're in the luck. Filmmaker Peter Jackson has helped Universal Studios relaunch their "King Kong" theme park ride, which will open its doors this summer. Remember to pack your banana hammock.

The first trailer for Capcom's upcoming live-action adaptation of "Dead Rising" has appeared online. It's cheap, it's ugly, and it's extremely violent. In other words, I'm giddy with excitement.

Anchor Bay recently announced they have acquired the rights to Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo's "After Life," a new horror/thriller starring Christina Ricci, Justin Long, and Liam Neeson. When this thing will see the light of day is still anybody's guess.

The whole "trying to make zombies funny thing" is getting a little old, but the people behind "ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction" are giving it another shot. Does it work? From the trailer below I'd say no but then again what do I know. The film focuses on a sleepy little town that is overrun by zombies after toxic gas is unleashed on the US by our overseas enemies. On the surface this should be freakin' hilarious, but take a look at the trailer below and decide for yourself.

"ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction" will be a part of next week's After Dark Horrorfest 4.

Although it really comes as no surprise, director Ivan Reitman has been confirmed for Ghostbusters 3 However, you are permitted to remain skeptical.

Do you like Rob Zombie? Do you like "CSI: Miami." If so, you're in for a treat. Apparently, Zombie is scheduled to lense an episode of the popular television series later this year. I'm trembling with anticipation. Yawn.

The American trailer for "Creep" director Christopher Smith's upcoming horror/thriler "Triangle" has finally appeared online. The DVD is currently slated for release on February 2nd.

I have no words for this. My brain is on overload. There are so many stereotypical bubblegum anime idioms in this video, they could collectively choke a police horse. I sent this same video in an email to some friends of mine, with the simple summary: "this is the single most amazing, embarrassingly Japanese thing I've ever seen...Watch the video. Watch it. I dare you."