Good news folks, it turns out we're luckier than Tina because Hurricane Ike will not be hitting South Florida this week, so you'll get my news nuggets uninterrupted all week long. Unless of course you hate me, in which case this is probably the worst news ever. Sorry guys ;(
According to every other horror site, I'm supposed to be really excited whenever Rob Zombie releases a meaningless drawing that's sort of inspired by his new movie "Tyrannosaurus Rex", that oh yah, no one really knows anything about. As you can see, it's working like gangbusters.
Shocking, the role of Malachai in the "Children of the Corn" remake is going to someone who is neither as scary nor gingery as Courtney Gaines, who played him in the original. Apparently even the Scifi channel isn't beyond casting ridiculously model looking people in every role they can.
Peter Blocke, one of the former champions of horror at the now 'fallen from grace' Lions Gate, has reportedly started his own label with the sole purpose of releasing genre fare. The company is called "A Bigger Boat", from the infamous line uttered by Roy Scheider in "Jaws". One of their first projects is "a John Carpenter directed thriller" titled "Dark Corners".
"Evil Dead: The Musical" to be turned into a 3D film? I can't even begin to explain to you how much this hurts my head. I mean the idea of the musical sounded good, but I'm just not convinced. Plus, how can they possibly have the rights to do this?
More word from Harold Raimis on "Ghostbusters 3". Essentially, if everything works out, than it will be an Apatow produced film where the original crew will serve as "mentors" to a new group of younger Ghostbusters. It's still in the scripting/deal stages at this point, so nothing is set in stone. Ramis also mentions that Bill Murray has agreed to appear in "some capacity", so take that for what you will.
It's a sad day when Mexican drug smugglers are better at public relations than our own government. Maybe we should send these guys to the Middle East?
Wallabys are terrorizing Australians! And here I am without a Dingo joke, imagine my luck. The source link comes complete with hilariously ominous shot of Wallabies giving the evil eye.
Snotty teenager has bizarre alcoholic concoction in Crete, head swells to twice it's normal size. Complete with "haha!" picture at the link.
1966: Star Trek debuts on NBC, with the airing of an episode titled "The Man Trap." The science fiction show proceeds to suffer in the ratings against established sitcoms Bewitched and My Three Sons.