Horror Headlines: Tuesday March 16th, 2009
Here's the teaser for Park Chan Wook's vampire film "Thirst". I have no idea what's going on since it's in Korean but people seem excited so I'm just going to go with it.
The guy who wrote "Watchmen", David Hayter is going to direct a werewolf thriller called "Slaughter's Road". No real details as of yet, but Thomas Dekker ("The Sarah Connor Chronicles") and Ray Stevenson ("Punisher: War Zone") are in talks to star.
AICN has the first look at "Goon", the CGI adaptation of Eric Powell's comic book of the same name, being produced by David Fincher. I've never heard of the property but it looks pretty sweet to me.
I'm sure this movie "And Soon the Darkness" is about something. Personally, I stopped reading after "starring Amber Heard and Odette Youstman". What are they trying to start the apocalypse? Do they sincerely thing our pea-brains can handle all that hotness on one movie screen?
Officials are trying to ban genital waxing in New Jersey. This should be fine, since there aren't any hairy Italian people running around... oh wait...
Hiding stuff in plain sight is sometimes a great tact... unless of course you're talking about growing weed. In that case, keeping the plants on your front porch might not be a great idea.
When he dies Michael Jackson plans to be "plastinated", just like those poor Chinese people in the "Body Worlds" exhibit currently traveling the country. Enjoy that breakfast!
1942: John Wayne Gacy, part time clown, serial killer, and sodomizer of dozens of boys, is born in Chicago. His father was convinced Gacy was a "sissy", but friends and family didn't really suspect anything untoward was afoot until his 1968 arrest for coercing a teenage boy employee into committing multiple homosexual acts.