Horror Headlines: Monday, November 3rd, 2008

It's Monday morning folks and that means a weekend's worth of news! Eric is out this morning taking care of a misplaced tooth mishap, so I've been let loose from my shackles in the DVD cave!

For those of you tuning in this morning for the Bloody Good Horror podcast, fear not! The show will be uploaded later this evening!

In the meantime, sit tight. Let's get this Monday rolling!

Shock Till You Drop brings is two new teaser posters from the upcoming After Dark Film Fest! First is "The Broken" starring Lena Heady, the next is "From Within" starring Heady's "Terminator" co-star Thomas Dekker.

Midnight Movie, the indie slasher slaying attendee's of a midnight film festival gets a hand full of limited release dates.

With the recent success of "Dead Space" in both game and video formats, EA Games announces that they have partnered with Universal Studios for a new horror franchise, "Dante's Inferno". Bloody Disgusting reports that both the game and movie involve a journey through the depths of hell.

Kevin Smith confirms that "Red State" is next. "The space movie isn't quite ready yet and won't be ready for a little while, and then we haven't even thought about casting. If I put in it, I have to wait until Seth [Rogan]'s free, and Seth, as we all know, is a very busy actor right now."

In Real People News: 

A Glastonbury teen has changed his name to Captain Fantastic Faster Than Superman Spiderman Batman Wolverine Hulk And The Flash Combined. In response, England's Douchebag alert system has been upgraded to 'mango'.

Vancouver Police are searching for a man who attacked to men with a hatchet over the weekend. For our Vancouver readers, if you see Jason Vorhees in your backyard, don't be a hero. Lock the door and call the police.

A Newcastle woman was forced to have her leg amputated after being attacked by her pet Magpie. Overheard from the grave of Director Alfred Hitchcock was the ghostly words, "I told you."

On this day in history: 

1957: The Soviet Union launched into orbit Sputnik 2, the second manmade satellite; a dog on board named Laika was sacrificed in the experiment.

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