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2010 was an odd year for the horror genre. Despite the fact that 2010 saw the most major theatrical horror releases of any recent year that I can remember, there wasn't that one "must-see" film that defined the year. If you've listened to the Best of 2010 episode of the podcast or read Schnaar's Top Ten Horror Movies of 2010 column, you know that us writers here at Bloody Good Horror had a hard time coming up with a definitive list as we all had wildly different opinions about how the year shook out.

Horror Headlines: Tuesday November 2nd, 2010

Be still my beating heart! Leonardo DiCaprio is confirmed to star in "The Devil in the White City", a new film based on H.H. Holmes, America's first serial killer. This will mark the first time I've ever had a man crush on a murderer. Mark this down.

Good news and bad news for fans of "The Walking Dead". The good news is the AMC series had a big ass premier with 5.3 million viewers. The bad news, that means instead of going out, getting drunk and going home with some random person you probably sat at home and watched TV. I've never been so proud and disappointed of you in my whole life.

I love every thing that comes out of Norway. Vikings, those weird ass black metal kids and that band that sang "Barbie Girl". Well add the new film "Inside a Whore", which has a new trailer online, to the list. I don't even know what it's about, I got so excited about the title I blacked out for a solid twenty minutes.

Still got "Let Me In" fever? Take a number kids! So here's a deleted clip from the film to keep your chops moist. Just to be clear though, if you're taking a number I think only 17 people went to see the movie so the line might not be too long. 17 people counting the five of us on the podcast. And no, we won't be in the line.

In Real People News: 

A Chinese boy recently fell 20 stories, landed on a car and lived. Impressive maybe for us Americans but have you seen the Chinese Circus? The guys some around like wild animals so honestly I think the kid could have gone 30 floors without an issue.

Before I explain this let me get this out of the way. I was nowhere near Maryland this past weekend. Alright, now here's a story about a man who was there and was very drunk, very much in a diaper and very much screaming profanity.

On this day in history: 

1974 – 78 die when the "Time Go-Go" Club in Seoul, South Korea burns down. Six of the victims jumped to their deaths from the seventh floor when a club official barred the doors after the fire started.

Video: Two New Clips From "Shutter Island"

Next weekend Martin Scorsese's "Shutter Island" hit theaters and I for one couldn't be more excited. A bunch of nut jobs trapped on an island with Leonardo DiCaprio playing a cop, Ohh La La! In preparation we've got two new clips for your viewing pleasure below. I would make one suggestion though, Leo should say "see" after every sentence. "I want to talk to all your wack jobs here, see". Sounds good right? You're welcome, Martin.

"Shutter Island" hits theaters next Friday, the 19th and will also be the topic of that week's podcast.

Snapshot: "Shutter Island" (2010)

Leo Dicaprio shoots a paranoid look to the camera in Martin Scorcese's "Shutter Island". In the film, Leo plays U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels, who is investigating the disappearance of a murderess who escaped from a hospital for the criminally insane and is presumed to be hiding on the remote Shutter Island. Scorcese, still prolific at almost 70 years old, currently has 5 films either announced or already in post-production.

New "Shutter Island" Trailer

I was pretty excited for "Shutter Island" already but last night a second trailer premiered at the Spike TV Scream awards and I went into full on super excited mode. If you havn't seen me in that it's pretty frightening. The new trailer wich you can watch below really kicks up the creepy factor from the first one and I'm pretty excited to see how Scorsese plays this one.

Martin Scorsese's "Shutter Island" Trailer

It’s been a while since Martin Scorsese has scared the shit out of us. “Cape Fear” came out over 15 years ago but it looks like he has done it again with “Shutter Island”. Based on Dennis Lehane's novel, the thriller staring Leonardo DiCaprio had it’s trailer hit the web yesterday and from the looks of things it’s going to be pretty kick ass.

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