Jane Jensen

Jane Jensen became the object of many a fan-boys dreams when she starred in TROMA studios 1995 masterpiece "Tromeo and Juliet". In the years since, she has focused more on her musical interests, but in this interview circa 2004 she sat down with us to reminisce about her time spent in TROMA-ville.

"Lloyd is really way ahead of anyone when it comes to shocking, disgusting, offensive and obscene gags and humor."

So, how did you meet Lloyd Kaufman, and win your role in Tromeo and Juliet?

Horror Headlines 2/26/08

It looks as if J.J. Abrams href="http://www.cinematical.com/2007/02/25/nycc-report-stephen-king-
talks-dark-tower-comic-feature-film-p/" target="_blank">is going to be adapting "The Dark Tower" series from Stephen King. Is it too soon to start calling him Hollywood's "Golden Boy"?

May 22nd, 2009, is the release date that Warner Bro's has set for "Terminator Salvation: The Future Beings". There... can we stop talking about it now? At least for a little while? Eh, who am I kidding, we'll be posting about it again tomorrow.

Two men target="_blank">were stabbed by a crazy dude at a screening of "The Signal" this weekend, a film about a transmission that makes people go insane. The attack seems completely random. Afterwards, the film was paused, and when it was started back up, the next scene involved a stabbing. Freaky!

Here's another target="_blank">supposed spoiler pic for "The X-Files 2". You'll recall the previous werewolf photo, and the studio denials that followed. I haven't clicked on the link because I don't want any spoilers, so if you decide to click, do so at your own risk.

Scoutt Taylor Compton has reportedly been approached about being in the "Friday the 13th" remake, although nothing is yet set in stone. You'll remember Scout as Laurie Strode in Rob Zombie's "Halloween", and you'll also see her in the upcoming straight to video "April Fool's Day" remake... which pretty much guaruntees I'll shutter every time I hear her name from now on.

In Real People News: 

A Buddhist monk has been chopped to pieces by a lawnmower after href="http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?
in_article_id=518499&in_page_id=1770" target="_blank">losing control of it while cutting some grass. A woman reportedly found him "in pieces". The worst part? Years earlier he had lost three of his fingers in a similar accident... Maybe it's just me but, don't you think he would have learned a little about operating a lawnmower after that? I'm just saying.

On this day in history: 

1815: Napoleon Bonaparte slips past guards and escapes from his exile on the island of Elba, returning to France meeting very little resistance. One Hundred Days of rule follow, culminating in his defeat at Waterloo.

Horror Headlines 2/22/08

As much as I hate linking to Corey Feldman's blog, he updated today with a little tidbit about "Lost Boys 2: The Tribe". In his latest post, he claims that a trailer for the film will be on the DVD for Will Smith's "I Am Legend" ( href="http://bloodygoodhorror.net/movies/i-am-legend-2007-jon"
target="_blank">Review). He also claims that the decision to go theatrical or not has not yet been made. Well, now I have two reasons not to buy "I Am Legend" on DVD.

Before that story hit STYD was also reporting on href=http://www.shocktillyoudrop.com/news/topnews.php?id=4852"
target="_blank">a new still from the film, actually featuring one of the vampires. It's the first vampire I've ever seen in a hoodie, but looks decent nonetheless.

Hugo Weaving target="_blank">has joined the cast of Joe Johnston's "Wolfman" remake. If you know that name from somewhere but can't figure out where, I'll give you this clue: "Mr. Andersooooooooonnnnnnnn!"

Novelist Brett Easton Ellis has signed on to adapt the novel "Downer's Grove" for the big screen. The book will reportedly center on "Chrissie Swanson, a paranoid high school senior for whom graduating has become a matter of life or death." Brett Easton Ellis was a pretty groundbreaking author in the 80's, who is probably most well known for
his books "Less than Zero" and "American Psycho"... both of which have film adaptations worth checking out.

So, BD has two target="_blank">stills from the remake of "Terror Train", just called "Train". And, I somehow managed to avoid the fact that Thora Birch is starring in this until now. Oh Thora, what has happened to you? Just yesterday I was staring at your boobs in one of the best films ever, "American Beauty", and today you're starring in this? This has shaken my whole world view people.

In Real People News: 

Remember that guy, Drew Peterson, whose wife "disappeared" recently in a very suspicious manner? You'll also remember that he claimed she left him for another man, even though she has completely dropped off the face of the earth. Well, a second autopsy on his former wife concluded that she was target="_blank">also murdered. Notice I say also... just using my powers of deduction here people.

Apparently Satan has possessed a talking Elmo doll in northern Florida. Either that, href="http://www2.tbo.com/content/2008/feb/21/toddlers-elmo-doll-makes-
death-threats/" target="_blank">or Elmo's a Dick. You be the judge.

On this day in history: 

1993: The United States Supreme Court rejects a move by singer Chuck Berry to move his case to Federal court. Various women sued Berry alleging he videotaped them going potty in his St. Louis restaurant.

Hack-Off: Eli Roth

The Bloody Good Horror Crew goes at it on a new topic every Friday afternoon, we call it the "Hack-Off". Feel free to leave your own thoughts in the comments.

Eli Roth: Genre savior, or played out poseur?

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