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The Halloween Spooktacular Not-So-Live Edition!

Did you miss the Live Halloween Spooktacular this past Sunday night, wherein we took on the wonder that is "Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence"? Well fear not, dear reader! You can still watch the show on the Bloody Good Horror Youtube Channel! You've plenty of time to watch and frankly, you owe it to yourself to check out our little experiment, just to see the reactions that you see pictured above!

New "Carrie" Teaser Trailer

You know what movie I totally forgot was coming? That's right, the remake of Stephen King's "Carrie"! All things considered, nothing in this trailer screams 'bad.' Then again, it doesn't really show anything much besides Chloe Grace Moretz covered in blood. Considering that "Carrie covered in blood" is one of the most iconic shots in horror movie history, they would be pretty stupid to not include it in the promotion of the remake.

First Glimpse of Daniel Radcliffe in Joe Hill's "Horns"

Earlier this year in Episode 6 of the Dad and his Weird Friends Podcast, I was quite blown away with Joe Hill's novel "Horns". It was a tale of good and evil and right and wrong, love and loss and a whole lot more and was a really great read. Early last week, I was completely oblivious to the fact that Alexandre Aja was turning the book into a feature length film.

Check out this amazing Sigourney Weaver Sculpt!

As a huge "Alien" and "Aliens" fan, I get drawn towards a lot of art projects inspired by the franchise, but seldom do I find something that creeps me out more than the actual movie! Enter Portrait Sculptor and Prop Builder Sculptor Steve! Originally found on Buzzfeed, this meticulous silicone sculpt of Sigourney Weaver was created using photos from 1986's "Aliens"!

Podcast Classics Revisited - Episode 66: "The Last House on the Left"

This week, myself and the rest of the Podcast crew are heading out to theaters to catch Jennifer Lawrence's new jam, "The House at the End of the Street". Now, I realize that you're sitting there at your desk now, wondering "Why the hell is Casey telling us this in a post about "The Last House on the Left"; be honest, the reason is stupid at best but here it is:

1951 Down Place Episode 12 "Twins of Evil"

It's the end of the month, that means it's time for an all new 1951 Down Place!

This is a good one! In this episode, we're digging into the film that is #5 on my top 5, labeled as one of Derek's favorite Cushing roles AND... the first film to have CHANGED Scott's top 5! That's right...."Twins of Evil"! *insert dramatic Hammer fanfare here*

This one's a classic. The movie that is. This episode's pretty darn good, but classic's getting a little ahead of ourselves!

1951 Down Place Episode 9: The Old Dark House

It's the end of the month, that means it's time to visit 1951 Down Place!

This month, Scott, Derek and I wade into new Hammer territory for us; a horror comedy!

1951 Down Place Episode 8: "The Quatermass Xperiment"

"There is no room for personal feelings in Science!" Or so Prof. Quatermass would have you believe in 1955's "Quatermass Xperiment"! This here's a classic folks, so be sure to join Scott, Derek and myself over at 1951 Down Place as we delve deep into this sci-fi staple!

Trailers: Check out Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows"!

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, get your hate machine's running! It's time to comment on the trailer for Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows"!

It's creepy and it's kooky, and all together spooky, it's A..."Dark Shadows" movie. Not what I was expecting from the project at all. But I must admit; I kind of like this trailer. It could be entertaining, but if Tim Burton thinks this is the essence of the original show... he's high.

Oh yah, I'm biased; I love me some Helena Bonham Carter and I think she looks great in orange. I'm just going to get that out of the way here and now.

The Woman in Black is the highest grossing British horror film in 20 years

Hammer's "The Woman in Black" continues to chug along as in the UK, the film grossed nearly $24 million making the film the highest grossing horror flick to come out of Britain in nearly 20 years! In total, the film has crossed the $50 million mark making Radcliff's first post "Harry Potter" roll a pretty big success.

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