Brett Easton Ellis is writing an original screenplay in the vein of horror, about "an awkward social outcast who takes hostage a group of peers who humiliated him, with grim results". Given Ellis' sensibilities, this could be a very dark project. Stay tuned for more.
Connie Britton ("Friday Night Lights", "Spin City") has landed the role of Nancy's mother in Platinum Dunes' "A Nightmare on Elm St.", making her officially 100 times hotter than Nancy's mom in the original film.
337: Emperor Constantine dies. Although quite dead, his embalmed corpse continues to act as head of state, receving state dignitaries and daily reports from ministers as if nothing had changed. Constantine's macabre leadership continues through winter.
Myriad Pictures and the Roseblood Movie Company announce a new flick based on an original Brett Easton Ellis screenplay. Ellis, known for penning some pretty edgy fare such as "American Psycho," lends his expertise this time around to the original story of a social outcast ridiculed by his peers who in turn takes them hostage, with disastrous results.
Bruce Willis returns to the genre with a supernatural flick centered around small town horror as a young girl turns up missing under weird circumstances in "Grimm." The movie is currently in pre-production with Russell Mulcahy directing.
May 20th 1999 - The dissolving body parts of eight people are discovered inside six plastic barrels sitting in an abandoned bank vault in Snowtown, Australia. I bet it still smelled better than my own rotting savings account!