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Shaq Channels His Inner Buckethead

Man, I haven't watched Basketball regularly in years, but if something like this happened every game, I'd be on that shit like white on rice. Or, as it were, tiny break dancers on Shaquille O'Neal.

"Crawler" is Tricking Me Into Watching

"Crawler" is a low budget horror flick that caught my attention this morning. Here's the official synopsis:

A construction crew is trying to solve a mystery about their bulldozer, which appears to have a mind of its own - and an insatiable hate for the human race. They are soon to discover that the heavy machinery is in fact a shape-shifting lifeform that mimics and inherits the characteristics of its surroundings.

7th Annual Rondo Award Nominations

The nominations for the SEVENTH Annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror awards have been released, and although we weren't nominated (or hardly any sites I've heard of, coincidentally) some friends and partners of ours were. Specifically, the magazine I write for Horror Hound was nominated for two of the awards. So, if you're feeling charitable today, head on over to and help these people out.

11. Best Magazine of 2008

Horror Hound Magazine

Aliens Have Gone Steampunk!

Caught this in my RSS reader the other day and have been endlessly fascinated by it ever since. This was actually reported by The Witchita Eagle in Kansas. Apparently an amateur shutter bug in the area caught this on his camera the other day.

It flew fast like a jet, made a whirling sound and left an odd glow.

That's how an amateur photographer described a flying machine he spotted in the skies near Rose Hill on Friday. The UFO world is now paying attention to his photograph.

Jason Slays Box, Variety Sucks

Did I just say "Jason Slays Box"? Yes... yes I did.

I would say that according to this jackass at Variety, Jason is having one hell of a weekend. Although in order to do that I would have to ignore the fact that the article is subtitled "Freddy's Back". Wait... what?

Inglorious Basterds Trailer

Here's the first trailer for Quentin Tarantino's World War II sickie "Inglorious Basterds" (mispelling is his). I stopped reporting on it a while ago because it's clearly not a horror film, but I thought I should post this trailer since it's the first real thing we've seen from this film. I think I dig it, although I don't really understand what kind of accent Brad Pitt is supposed to have, and I can't look at the intenionally mispelled title without thinking of the word "turds". Still, Tarantino sure knows how to film some people being dismembered, so I'm excited.

Official H2 Teaser Poster

Here's the official Teaser for Rob Zombie's "H2", or "Halloween 2", which apparently the film can't be called because of naming rights. This is very similar to the very first piece of art released for the film, but with some slight changes and a little sprucing up. "H2" will be going in front of cameras within the next few weeks in Georgia, as it preps for its Labor Day 2009 release.

Tom Holland Wants You For New Film

Tom Holland - director of horror classics like "Fright Night" and "Child's Play - dropped us a line today to ask that we help him spread the word about his latest project. It looks like he's going even further down the road of "fan participation" than we've seen up to this point. Here's the Press Release:

New Friday the 13th Part 2 DVD: Worth it?

This is part of my continued look at the new special edition DVD's for Friday the 13th Parts 1-3, recently released by Paramount Pictures. Is this new disc for the second film worth your cash?

And he was just about to get some too.

S. Darko Trailer

Okay so it's more like a teaser for the sequel to the cult classic starring Jake Gylenhaal, but it still looks pointless. No Richard Kelly? No thanks.

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