Grace Leaves 'em Fainting at Sundance

The word from Sundance this weekend is that the film Grace, produced by Hatchet-man Adam Green, actually caused two audience members to faint. The film stars Jordan Ladd as a mother-to-be who, after an accident leaves her unborn baby dead, decides to carry the baby to term and give birth to it stillborn. After being born, the baby miraculously comes back to life but with more of a taste for blood than Similac. Sounds like this could make for a nice second half of a double bill with Inside.

Thomas Jane at Horror Hound Weekend!

I just happened to be perusing when I saw this huge announcement, that none other than Thomas Jane will be attending March's event in Indianapolis! Jane was the star in the first reboot of "The Punisher" franchise, as well as last year's hit "The Mist". He's renowned for being a huge comic fanboy, and friend to nerds the world over.

Horror Headlines: Monday January 19th, 2009

According to Wes Craven's Twitter, the remake of "Last House on the Left" will be released March 13th, 2009.

Here are some awesome "Thriller" vinyl figures coming to you from the Yamato toy company. The set comes with a few different versions, including a "zombie Jacko", which is pretty sweet.

I loved Ti West's "The Roost", so I'm looking forward to whatever he does next. It's unfortunate though that his new film "House of the Devil" sounds a lot like a "Rosemary's Baby" rip. Plus, nowadays when I hear the phrase "the cast is loaded with genre veterans" it kind of makes me cringe a little. Producer Larry Fessenden says they're about to finalize the film (which has already been shot), and debut it at some festivals over the next few months.

Rob Zombie has cast Chris Hardwicke in his "Halloween" sequel, pretty much ensuring that it will be impossible to get into this movie without being distracted by all of his friends running around in it. You may remember Hardwicke from his first film "House of 1,000 Corpses", or that dating show "Singled Out" he used to host with Jenny McCarthy in the 90's.

Tons of new pics from "Friday the 13th", as well as a few sweet new posters.

In Real People News: 

As if we didn't already have enough things stacked against us in all this 2012 business, now the Sun could destroy us all. I never trusted that bastard.

Tom Cruise quote: "I've always wanted to kill Hitler, I hate that guy. Wow, perhaps the most profound thing I've ever heard.

On this day in history: 

1847: A group of Mexicans and Indians enters the Taos home of New Mexican Territory Governor Charles Bent, and scalps him.

Horror Meets Comedy Ep. 2 - "The Miracle of Phil"

NOTE: The following episodes are listed in the order that they are designated on XBOX live, and do not necessarily designate their order of release. The episode lists have differed on every site that I've looked at, including the XBOX site.

BATTLESTAR 4.13 - "Sometimes A Great Nation"

The best Frakin show on television has returned!

When trying to describe Battlestar Galactica to someone who has never seen an episode, I usually compare it to films like "Schindler's list" or "Hotel Rawanda". I know comparing a tv show chock full of killer robots and people traveling in spaceships, looking for earth, to a Holocaust film or the massacres in Rawanda seems a bit trite, but the gritty realism of this show makes you completely forget that you are watching sci-fi/fantasy.

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