Our old account got deleted for some reason, so here's our new number. 206-202-4667. When you call it goes straight to voicemail so you can leave a message for the podcast crew. We then play that message during our next episode.

If anyone has called us in the last month or so, we most likely did not get your message. I didn't want anyone thinking that we were ignoring them! So if you didn't hear your message on the show and still want it heard, please don't hesitate to call us back and leave it again.

IFC and Nerve.com have pulled together a list of the 50 greatest sketch comedy scenes of all-time. It's, well, pretty great. Jumping off from Eric's Robert Van Winkle post from earlier, I had to embed this gem from In Living Color, which comes in at #38.

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.

Which make for better American remakes, European or Asian films?

So if you read the horror news this morning (friday the 11th) you no doubt saw that "Real News" story I linked to regarding Vanilla Ice being arrested for beating his wife.

Just when you thought this story couldn't be any more ridiculous (I mean, it already involves the Iceman) something like this happens.

I love how effortlessly she segues between talking about a pretty harsh domestic violence case into full on white girl rapping. That's what we in the business call "skillz".

Over the last couple of weeks we've had some new blurbs about the movie announcements of the big screen debut of Hack Slash. Seeing as I've always been a comics guy, it felt imperative to investigate. After reading the first run of Hack Slash, you can officially start to get excited for the upcoming movie.