Horror Headlines: Monday November 30th, 2009
Director Steven Monroe talks details about his upcoming "I Spit On Your Grave" remake. Among his promises is a great performance from lead actress Sarah Butler, more brutality and more lead characters.
Sam Raimi signs on to produce "Alien Invasion". This is news worthy because Raimi's Ghost House Productions signed first time director Fede Alvarez to a multi million dollar deal based on his youtube short "Panic Attack".
Early rumors point to the possibility of Seth Grahame-Smith's "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" becoming a six part TV mini series.
If you were thinking you could use some more teenage vampire romance in your life, check out the teaser trailer for "We Are The Night".
"Heroes" and "Halloween II" co-star Brea Grant discusses her new zombie comic book that she penned with her brother, "We Will Bury You".
A lonely Vietnamese man used to sleep on his wife's grave after she passed away. When his kids stopped him from doing this because it was creepy, he dug up her corpse and encased the remains in clay so he could hug her in bed every night instead. Ya, that's better.
A homeless man climbs into a dumpster to stay warm for his night's sleep. Unfortunately for him, he failed to wake up when the morning trash pick-up came, leaving him crushed to death.
Bag-tag is making a comeback with the kids today as Indianapolis News reports that 'Ball Tapping' is more widespread in schools than previously feared.
1731 - 100,000 die when a massive quake strikes Peking, China