Okay, I get it now. "Postal" is sort of like Uwe Boll doing TROMA. If you click on the link, you can check a video from the flick which will get a wide release on May 23rd.
"Timecrimes", or "Los Cronocrimenes" is being remade by United Artists, with the script now being written by Timothy J. Sexton ("Children of Men"). "Timecrimes" has to do with a man who accidentally goes back in time one hour, and must stop a murder while he is there.
Next up on the remake block? "The House on Sorority Row", the 1983 slasher probably most well known for its great exploitationy cover art, is essentially an 80's revenge slasher set in a sorority house full of sexy sisters. The original is decent, and would most likely lend itself well to a remake. However, after this week's success of "Prom Night", I can't say that this news is really sounding all that great to me this morning.
Nick Mennel, Willa Ford, Jared Padalecki, Amanda Righetti, Danielle Panabaker, Aaron Yoo, and Travis Van Winkle have all been cast in the "Friday the 13th" remake. I didn't really feel like making a big deal over each announcement like some other people are so I figured I would just let you know when most of the cast was set. As a quick recap, Willa Ford is a former pop star turned slutty pinup girl turned actress, Nick Mennel was "Bob" in the "Halloween" remake, Aaron Yoo is the Asian dude from "Disturbia", Travis Van Winkle was in "Transformers", and Jared Paladecki is on "Supernatural". As to why the others are significant, damned if I know. See how quick and painless that was?
A man has bought a sex tape starring Marilyn Monroe at an auction and claims that he will never release it to the public. In related news, this guys house is about to be broken into by every adult entertainment company ON THE PLANET.
Actor Jason Beghe has recently left scientology, and HE'S PISSED. At the link a 3 minute tease to a full length interview with him that will be released soon. I have no idea who this guy is, but if he's talking shit about Scientology than I'm listening.
1962: Actress Clara Blandick, 80, who played Auntie Em in "The Wizard of Oz," takes an overdose of sleeping pills and ties a plastic bag around her head in a Hollywood hotel room. Prior to this, she had prominently arranged her resume and press clippings so the newspapers would get her obituary right.