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Horror Headlines: Monday August 9th, 2010

In a recent interview "Saw 3D" scribe Patrick Melton confirms that the 3D outing will be the last film for the franchise. Until next week when they announce that they're going to remake the original film next year or something equally silly.

Looking for your big break into the world of horror filmmaking? You're in luck; Dee Snider has begun casting for extras on "Strangeland II: Disciple".

"Cloverfield" director Matt Reeves lets MTV know that "Cloverfield 2" is definitely in the cards. He also insists that the teasers for J. J. Abrams "Super 8" are not connected to "Cloverfield" at all.

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Dutch officials make a shocking arrest when they find the remains of four newborn babies hidden in suitcases in a woman's attic.

Edmonton has an unfortunate issue on their hands as someone has been mutilating random cats. Nearly five mutilated felines have been found thus far.

On this day in history: 

1960 - Harvard professor Timothy Leary consumes seven Psilocybe caerulescens mushrooms in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Five hours later, the self-described atheist experiences a "fullblown conversion experience" next to a swimming pool. It is Leary's first drug trip.

Horror Headlines: Wednesday February 10th, 2010

Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writing duo responsible for "Zombieland" are hard at work on the upcoming sequel. Want to find out what they have in store for the 3-D shenanigans in "Zombieland 3-D"? The check out this little video interviews where they discuss some of their plans.

Although not official, we may see Wes Craven return to the directors chair for the in-development "Sunflower". Written by Mischa Green, the story pertains to psycho college professors and innocent college girls. Sounds right up Craven's alley.

I know you've all been waiting for the return of Dee Sniders's Captain Howdy; you're going to be so happy! Dee Snider sat down and discussed his plans for "Strangeland 2: The Disciple".

Slasher fans will be happy to hear; splatter classic "The Prowler" is coming back to DVD later this year! Even better, a Blu-ray release is promised shortly after.

In Real People News: 

Mr. Chang is accused of killing his mother. The act of murder is bad enough, but when officials found the body she was missing an arm, the back of her skull, skull remnants were found in the refrigerator and her blood had been drained into trash can in the garage.

On this day in history: 

1863 - Midgets Tom Thumb and Lavinia Warren married in a ceremony promoted and orchestrated by P.T. Barnum

Horror Headlines: Wednesday January 13th, 2009

A few more minor details have been released regarding the momentum building behind "The Thing" prequel. Ever wonder what that little alien bugger looked like before it met R.J. MacReady? Sounds like we might find out.

Not to be content with a TV Series that was already working well in its current form in the UK, The Syfy Channel have announced plans to re-do the popular "Being Human" series.

Dark Sky Films have snatched up the rights to Adam Green's "Hatchet 2". Whether or not you loved or hated the first film, Dark Sky sees a franchise in their future.

In news you never thought you'd hear, a sequel to Dee Snider's "Strangeland" is officially being made. Even weirder, "Strangeland II: The Disciple" will be co-starring Robert Englund!

In Real People News: 

Australian Stephen Gough is facing life behind bars. No, not for bloody murder; for refusing to wear clothes in public.

A Charlotte man plummets 20 stories to his death. This was more shocking until it was revealed that the man was attempting to jump from one 29th story balcony to another.

On this day in history: 

1943 - Hitler declares "Total War"

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