Horror Headlines: Thursday, November 20th, 2008

Two stills from the "Last House on the Left" remake, which officially looks too slick to me to even come close to following along the lines of Craven's original. Given the young, semi-famous cast, it's also hard to believe that the intensity will remain. What do you guys think?

Directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor have dropped out of the "Jonah Hex" adaptation over our old buddy, "creative differences". So, looking for a directing gig? They're looking for a summer 2009 release, so better get your resume in fast!

Check out the trailer for "Run! Bitch Run!", the latest in the recent wave of low budget 70's exploitation style shockers to come from the depths of the underground. Unless of course you're at work, in which case I would definitely recommend waiting until you get home. Consider yourself warned.

DVD artwork for "His Name Was Jason", the documentary that will be released just in time for the "Friday the 13th" remake in February. It will not be part of the new box set, but will retail all by it's lonesome.

A "Ghostbusters" ride is in the works at Universal Studios for next summer, which will mark the 25th anniversary of the film.

In Real People News: 

If you continue to pleasure yourself in between bouts of wrestling with police officers who are trying to stop you, you're either on some serious drugs, or just really dedicated. Or maybe, I suppose, a touch of both.

And another live taken by Viagra... as a 70 year old woman killed her husband with a machete because she suspected him of having affairs. I would have just congratulated the guy for being able to handle that kind of action at his age, but that's just me.

On this day in history: 

1977: Hillside Strangers, Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono Jr, abduct, abuse, and kill three women: Kristina Weckler, Sonja Johnson, and Dolores Cepeda. The two killers would dress as Los Angeles police officers to gain the women's confidence.

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