Horror Headlines: Tuesday November 24th, 2009

For you "30 Days of Night" fans, producer JR Young sits down with Dread Central to talk details of the sequel, "30 Days of Night: Dark Days". Principle photography for the film officially wraps today.

Rushing to capitalize off of the already phenomenal box office sales, the "Paranormal Activity" DVD and Blu-ray have been announced for December 29th. Details on the extras are slim aside from both the theatrical edit of the film and an unrated version with alternate ending.

Gamestudio Undead Labs has announced a zombie MMO. So far, only a console version has been announced.

New murmurings come to light about the proposed "Crow" franchise reboot. There is little available on new reboots except to remind you that this isn't going to be a direct remake of the first film. Look for new makeup and a possible known actor in the title role as well.

In Real People News: 

A Queens man suffering from split personality disorder slit the throats of his wife and 14 year old son. When approached by police, he tries to blame everything on his alter ego.

Taking the term 'social networking' to new extremes, a Ventura County man is arrested for paying male teens to spit on him, defecate on him, slap him in the face and shout obsceneties at him. All of the involved teens were from a local high school, and found through Myspace.

An Iraqi war veteran is suing McDonalds for $10 Million. The claims include being refused by employees at a Brooklyn area restaurant when he tried to enter with his service dog.

On this day in history: 

1326 - Hugh le Despenser the Younger, gay lover of King Edward II, is hanged after having his penis and testicles burned in front of him for being a heretic and a sodomite


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