I'm sorry if I don't post anything for the next few days, as I'll be too busy engaging in car chases, watching people stumble down the stairs after I throw a brick at them, and taking my virtual lady on dates to the pool hall and bar in the wonderous world of Grand Theft Auto IV.

The German poster for Mandy Lane is just more proof that this film should go theatrical, now. Will we ever see this one on the big screen? I guess only time will tell.

Platinum Dunes has an official site, and it's part of Bloody-Disgusting.com. Platinum Dunes is the company behind a slate of recent remakes, from "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" to "Friday the 13th". Also, possible conflict of interest there? Um... yes.

June 3rd will see a Blu-Ray release of "Cloverfield" by Paramount Home Entertainment. Gotta love a big blockbuster film shot on a camcorder getting a hi-def release. It's a weird and wonderful world we live in people.

After winning a few BAFTA Cymru Awards, Julian Richards ("The Last Horror Movie") latest film "Summer Scars" has been snatched up for distro in the US by TLA films. The film, from the synopsis, sort of sounds like a mix between "Stand By Me" and "The Hitcher". "The Last Horror Movie" was a great little indie flick by way of "Man Bites Dog" so I'm definitely looking forward to what Richards has up his sleeve next.

I found out about Crystal Castles completely by accident. I saw the band's name on the front page of the all music guide the other day and it reminded me of the trackball-controlled "pac-man as a magical bear" arcade game of the same name that I loved when I was a kid.

Do you love the film "The Ring" so much you wish you could play a video game version of it? Well, guess what, you're in luck... sort of.

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!