the graves

Blake Masters, which sounds like a porn name, has been picked up by Paramount to pen the script for their upcoming big screen adaptation of "Insurrection". The film will focus on a clone who decides to stand up to the corporation who created him and sent his fellow remakes to battle for them. In case you're wondering my porn name would be Jack Hammer.

I've kind of had my eye on the "Silent Night, Deadly Night" remake, simply titled "Silent Night" because I think remakes of horror flicks that were never that good to begin with can be just fine. This one also has Malcolm McDowell in it so it can't be that bad, right? Well we'll all get to find out on November 30th, which just so happens to be the DVD release date the film has been slapped with. It's creepy to hear me say I have my eye on something right? I'm not going to be offended if you tell me you're a little uncomfortable.

I love the "Friday the 13th" franchise just as much as the next guy but at this point I've shelled out enough money for DVD and VHS versions of the films that I kind of feel like Jason should come to my house and cook me dinner. But now that Warner Brothers has acquired the fights to the films it looks like there may be updated Blu-Ray versions of 1 - 8 in the series so I may have to throw down some more cash. If you remember a few years back the flicks did hit Blu-Ray but in a crappy no new features pretty much DVD quality version which made me want to punch things. You probably didn't know the punch things stuff. I mean unless you can read my mind that is. God I hope you can't read my mind.

Jillian Murray of "The Graves" and "Wild Things: Foursome" fame has been added to the cast of "Cabin Fever: Patient Zero", a film I had forgotten was going to be made. This time around we find ourselves with a party cruise that runs ashore on a medical center where a deadly virus has broken out. I'll just say it now... If the film doesn't cast anyone from "Boy Meets World" I'm not watching it. You've been warned.

Nothing wrong with a good old fashion girls in skimpy tops running around a creepy old gas station being chased by a bunch of nut bags. It's a story as old as time and one that looks to play out very nicely in the new with "The Graves" by Brian Pulido. The flick stars a mix of newbie's as well as some seasoned vets like Bill Moseley and Tony Todd.

2010 seems a ways off be we’ve already got the first trailer for next years “8 Films To Die For” series. Written and directed by independent comic book creator Brian Pulido “The Graves” looks to be one of the best entries to date. Gratuitous cleavage shots, crazy townspeople, Tony Todd as a priest and Bill Moseley. This film has it all. Not set to be released till January of 2010, you can take a look at the new trailer below and visit the film's official website for more info.