Horror Headlines: Tuesday January 3rd, 2009

It's your choice, listen to audio of Christian Bale being a total asshole in this audio clip from the set of "Terminator Salvation" (R-Rated for about 128 "F" words), or check out these 4 new stills from the film. I think you know what to do.

Joss Whedon is spreading false rumors about his own film "Cabin in the Woods" just to throw you off track of what it's really about! How clever. The only flaw I see in his plan at the moment is that I could care less. Not sure what kind of trickery he's got up his sleeve to change that.

Sam Raimi to produce a remake of a Danish film called "Room 205", about a haunted dorm room. Raimi seems to be everywhere lately, and I think most horror fans agree that's a good thing. But a haunted dorm room? Really?

You can own your very own Arnold Schwarzenegger figure from the original "Predator". Then, when no one's around you can give orders in your best "Govenator" voice, like creating a Hydrogen Highway or banning gay marriage. It will be fun, trust me. P

John Carpenter to direct ghost film titled "The Ward", starring Amber Heard. I'm pretty excited about all of those words, except I'd really like to see Carpenter's first "comeback" film before I pass judgment on any of the other dozen things he's got in the hopper. As a horror fan though, I've got to say it's nice to see the man's passion back.

Ruggero Deodato's "companion piece" to his 1980 classic "Cannibal Holocaust", is apparently dead in the water. There is no word as to why, but the project has been in development for over a year, and suddenly, poof, it's done. I'm sure word about whatever happened will come out soon enough.

In Real People News: 

I don't know why, but somehow the fact that this robber defecated on his victim's stairs after robbing his house seems worse to me than the actual crime. Like sure, you stole my big screen TV, but did you have to drop a deuce on my stairs?

Old style prank: Order a pizza with anchovies and have it sent to your enemy's house. New school prank: Use your computer to trick 911 into sending a swat team to your enemy's house. One of these things is exponentially crazier than the other.

Australian man caught trying to smuggle live pigeons onto a plane in a pair of tights he was wearing. Other than entertaining his fellow passengers with a super cool magic trick, I have no idea what the purpose for this could be.

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