Horror Headlines 4/29/08

If you liked the original "Abominable", about a giant Sasquatch, well you're in luck, because they're making a sequel! I'm guessing Louis is jumping for joy right now.

New "X-Files 2" Stills. I think I'm going to refuse to call it by it's real name, "X-Files: I Want To Believe" from now on. Why? Because I can, that's why.

Gentle Giant's new Freddy Krueger statue is pretty freaking sweet. You can see a huge pic of it at the link, or wait until the next issue of Horror Hound Magazine hits store shelves, any day now!

In Real People News: 

Old man confesses to to holding his daughter captive for 25 years and fathering 7 of her children. No joke here really, that's just creepy.

A 300 lb inmate in Arkansas has lost 100 lbs since being put in prison, and now he's suing the state because he says he's not being adequately fed. Sorry folks, as soon as I read that I blacked out from anger and hit my head on the floor. What was I saying again?

7 year old Florida boy goes on a joy ride in his grandmother's SUV causing a whole mess of damage, and it happened in my town. And so ends today's edition of "I live in the most retarded place in America".

The Dutch Parliment is trying to ban the sale of Magic Mushrooms, unknowingly getting rid of the one reason why people would want to visit there in the first place.

On this day in history: 

1945: With Allied forces closing in on Berlin, Adolf Hitler marries Eva Braun in their fortified bunker. They kill themselves the following day.

Midnight Muenster Episode 3

Classic 1960's horror comes to light with our in depth look at Michael Powell's "Peeping Tom", plus contest winners and the catchy tunes of "Primus".

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More Foreign Horrors at Tribeca

Over at Cinematical, fellow horror devotee Scott Weinberg has a review up from a Tribeca Film Festival screening of the Swedish vampire film "Let the Right One In." Like "Dying Breed," "Right One" sounds like an excellent foreign horror offering.

Spore!

If you haven't heard of Spore yet, well take about an hour off of work and goto Youtube/GameTrailers/Google/Etc. and search for it. You'll be excited too!

Episode 25 - "C.H.U.D."

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The crew tackles the 1984 cult classic "C.H.U.D."

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