Horror Headlines: Monday June 13th, 2011
Fun fact about Colin Hanks, my wife would leave me for him without giving it a second thought. I know, it hurts me to think about it too. So here's the first trailer for "Lucky" in which Hanks plays a serial killer who strikes it big by winning the lottery. While it looks good I'm not sure how I can watch it with my better half while I know she'd rather be sitting on the couch with him watching a movie about me. Or just sitting on the couch with him. Point is Hanks is a home wrecker.
I'm still not sure this is real but it looks like there may in fact me a "Killer Klowns From Outer Space" sequel in the works. The movie, currently being called "Return of the Killer Klowns From Outer Space" will of course be in 3D and feature much of the original cast from the 1988 classic. If you tell me this is getting a wide release then I know it's bullshit. And I'll also laugh because you said "release".
The U.K. alien invasion comedy "Attack the Block" will finally make its way across the pond on July 29th and even be available in selected theaters. I hope they put subtitles into the movie. Or at the very least CGI in coffee over all the tea that i assume is being drunk in the movie.
If you watched "Laid to rest" for 15 minutes before turning it off like I did then you'll be completely indifferent to the first trailer for "ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2". The sequel which will hit DVD and Blu-Ray on September 20th follows the the happenings of the apprentice of our original slasher on his exciting birthing into the world of murder. I make it sound pretty hot, don't I?
Douglas Brian Irvin Jr. who apparently had a number of bit parts in films including "The Hangover" has been arrested for impersonating a cop and forcing women to have sex with him under the threat of going to jail. It's got to be a bad point in an actors career when they realize they have a better chance of getting a girl by pretending to be a cop rather then talking about the movies you've been in.
And here's a heartwarming story about some college kids in New Zealand who etched a giant penis into their colleges lawn two years ago and have now discovered it was actually picked up on Google earth. Dream big kids, dream so freakin big that Google earth captures your giant dream penis.