Horror Headlines 10/6/08
Paul Andrew Williams, UK director of "The Cottage", to direct "28 Months Later".
Sequel to "Dracula", written by the great grand-nephew of Bram Stoker, titled "Dracula: The Un-Dead". The book, which used some of Stoker's actual handwritten notes from the 1800's, will be released October 2009 and the film rights have already been picked up.
M. Night Shyamalan just won't stop making movies. And that comes from me, a former apologist of the man, so that should tell you how much good will he has left in the community. He's currently choosing between three different ideas, that he vaguely talks about at the link.
Corey Haim hates "Lost Boys 2: The Tribe", and somehow remains optimistic that the planned third film will be good. Aww, that's cute. He also reveals plans that the third film may be a prequel, which makes no sense whatsoever, but I guess we're just going with it at this point.
Having mortgage problems? Don't sweat it, all you have to do shoot yourself in the face. That's apparently all it takes for Fannie Mae to pay off your loan for you.
Apparently there's a run on albino body parts in Tanzania... hmmm, I guess you learn something new every day.
Racist teachers in Florida? You don't say. Next thing you're going to try and tell me there's a lot of oranges down here. That's just crazy talk.
1985: Mayfield, New York resident Barent Becker is hanged for serving his wife Ann a dish of stewed tomatoes and arsenic.