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Horror Headlines: Thursday January 3rd, 2013

Neve Campbell recently broke the silence around the possibility of a "Scream 5", and whoa daddy is it a big bomb that she dropped. Neve said, and you might want to sit down for this, that "I'm not sure they’re going to make it". I know right? Exciting. Wait there's more. She went on to say that if approached about the film she'd "have a chat with them about it". There you have it. The film might not happen, but if it does she might be interested in talking about it.

Big news about "The Host 2", the sequel to the much loved Korean monster flick, has dropped on the tubes and I'm going to throw up I'm so excited to tell you about it. Word has it that Park Myung-chun will make his directorial debut with the film that has been slapped with a summer 2014 release date. If you hate subtitles, you now have about a year and a half to learn Korean.

Go punch someone in the face, kids, because the second half of season 3 of "The Walking Dead" hits the boob tube next month and a brand spankin new trailer has hit the interwebs. I don't think it really shows much, but if we're being honest I watched it with the sound muted because the wife and I are pretty hooked on "Friday Night Lights". Yeah it went off the air a few years back, but we're finally watching it on Netflix. It's really good. You should check it out.

I don't really know what this means because the trailer actually looked kind of good, but the "Carrie" remake has apparently been pushed from a March release date all the way to October 18th of this year. I like to think that the filmmakers are just trying to be nice because they know it's cold as crap in March and they'd rather I not have to leave the house. So, thanks guys.

In Real People News: 

If there's one thing that can really ruin a friendship it's shooting down a threesome offer with your friend's wife. Attacking your friend with a baseball bat after he shoots down the threesome offer can also ruin a friendship. There's a lot of things that can mess it up really. The world's an imperfect place.

Ah boy. I don't want to judge because I can't honestly say this isn't something I couldn't have done myself, but this father in Florida who left his 11 month old baby at a strip club might be the worst dad in the world.

Episode 159 - "Scream 4"

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"Scream 4" Lands a New Teaser Poster

In Scream 4, Sidney Prescott, now the author of a self-help book, returns home to Woodsboro on the last stop of her book tour. There she reconnects with Sheriff Dewey and Gale, who are now married, as well as her cousin Jill (played by Emma Roberts) and her Aunt Kate (Mary McDonnell). Unfortunately Sidney’s appearance also brings about the return of Ghostface, putting Sidney, Gale, and Dewey, along with Jill, her friends, and the whole town of Woodsboro in danger.

Horror Headlines: Tuesday January 11th, 2011

Despite every fiber in my tiny brain telling me otherwise "Sucker Punch" is in no way a Skin-emax flick. Yes it is about a bunch of half naked women trapped in a prison but I guess that's where the similarities end. Anyway there's a new giant poster for it out and it's full of everything I said and more. I'm so confused.

"Ghost Adventures" sounds like possibly the worst show ever imagined but this Friday's might not be so awful. Kane Hodder, R.A. Mihailoff and Rick McCallum all join the team this week as they hunt for ghosts or look for bigfoot or some crap. I have no clue but there's a trailer for the episode you should watch it and get back to me.

Neve Campbell, don't think making out with Denise Richards could make up for all those Scream movies... or the trailer for the new indie flick "The Glass Man" which focuses on a couple who's all happy and stuff and then isn't for some reason. That's all I really got out of the trailer.

Danny Boyle kind of looks like the asshole guy from "Happy Gilmore" doesn't he? That has nothing to do with the fact that he recently confirmed he's got a "good idea" for "28 Months Later" but I still think it's important to point out. You're welcome.

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There's nothing more exciting than hitting the open road and letting the wind blow in your hair. And what better way to enjoy such a feeling than cruising the highway in your electric wheelchair like this guy in Connecticut.

In what I'm guessing is a glimpse into my future here's a story about a couple who couldn't make it to the hospital fast enough so they decided to give birth to their child on the side of the Garden State Parkway in new Jersey. Hits a little too close to home really.

Trailer: First Trailer For "Scream 4" Hits

Today we’ve got the first trailer for "Scream 4" and if you liked the original film but have no interest in seeing what the original teenage heartthrobs look like 15 years later then you’re in luck. Out with the old and in with the new seems to be the theme of things here as those dried up old tarts from "Melrose Place" have been replaced by today’s hottest young starlets. I couldn’t be more excited if they had 25% of the cast from "Heroes" in here. Wait they do? Jackpot!

Horror headlines: Wednesday November 25th, 2009

In a recent interview, Neve Campbell drops hints that Wes Craven may indeed be back for "Scream 4". While not official, it could be good news for this franchise reboot.

Rueben Fleischer, director of "Zombieland" reveals in a recent interview that 3D is a definite possibility for the planned sequel.

Stephen King lets slip to David Cronenburg that he has ideas percolating for a sequel to his classic "The Shining". With King however, that could still be decades away.

Want a good approximation of the new Freddy Krueger makeup? Then check out this new figure from NECA toys.

"Left 4 Dead 2" not fully filling your zombie killing quotient? 2k Games has released its first official expansion for "Borderlands", "Zombie Island".

In Real People News: 

Bangladesh has passed new laws to regulate the sales of sulfuric and hydrochloric acid, formerly available to anyone off of the street. All of this is to curb a recent rash of guerilla acid attacks used to melt people's faces.

A man suffering from common joint pain rubs himself down with rubbing alcohol mixed with rosemary. After dousing himself, he steps into the street to light a cigarette and sets himself on fire.

A 14 year old Poquoson boy dies horribly by falling into a wood chipper.

On this day in history: 

1867 - A patent is granted to Alfred Nobel for dynamite

Horror Headlines: Friday October 23, 2009

I went to a midnight screening of SAW 6 last night. While I can hear the collective groan of most of you, I love those movies and this one is the best one yet. Lots of great kills, lots of smart twists and, weirdly, an incredibly persuasive health care reform stance. Jigsaw actually delivers a monologue about the insidiousness of the insurance companies and the need for change! Yes we can! Here's to hoping that SAW 7 3D will take a stance on high gas prices! “Greetings, Mr. Exxon. I'd like to play a game...”

Have you ever wanted to see Neve Campbell's moist, lip-quivering histrionics in the THIRD-DIMENSION? No? Well, sorry, but according to a Bloody Disgusting “exclusive”, Scream 4 will be shot in 3-D. Speaking of 3-D, Roger Ebert just wrote a great piece about how if you like 3-D you are an idiot. This Scream news really brings his point home.

Steve Niles confirms that 30 Days of Night: Dark Days is currently in production and starring such acting luminaries as...well, all that matters is that Diora Baird is headlining. I don't have to be a vampire to know what of hers I'd like to suck! (To clarify, it would be her breasts. Possibly her vagina, depending on her bathing habits.)

Rob Zombie, perhaps the greatest (horror) director of all-time, announced on his Myspace that his soon-to-be-classic Halloween 2 will be returning to theaters next weekend, just in time for the holiday. That's great news but, really Rob, Myspace? It's hard for me to defend you when you're still using an archaic social networking device as your primary news delivery system. Can we get a Facebook, or a Blogspot or something? I'd be willing to do it for you...

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One time, when I was around 12 years old and living in Oklahoma City, my dad sent me to the grocery store to pick up a few things for dinner. I would walk to the store because it was only a few blocks and, while the neighborhood wasn't the best, there was very rarely any violence. As I was walking back, carrying some steaks, some ice cream and a two-liter of diet Doc Shasta, two chipped-tooth teenage toughs came out from the side of an apartment and pulled a gun on me, demanding my groceries or else they would “put a cap in my foot”. My dad, an ex-cop, would always sit on the front porch with a .38 (this is obviously where I get my paranoia from) and, when he saw these kids pull a gun on me, he reacted quickly and shot one of the kids in the back, while the other one took off running. Needless to say, dinner tasted great and the little bastard was paralyzed for life. Why do I bring this up? Because if this guy carried a .38, he'd be eating a delicious chicken dinner tonight.

In good health? Speak English or Russian? Have a background and work experience in medicine, biology, life support systems engineering, computer engineering, electronic engineering or mechanical engineering? Then you are the perfect candidate for a simulated 520-day Mars mission! I prefer just going to Rekall. KUATO LIVES!

Remember when science was all about fact, or at least searching for the truth? Dr. Holger Bech Nielsen and Dr. Masao Ninomiya have announced their theory that the giant atom-smashing Large Hadron Collider is being “jinxed from the future to save the world”. Yep. Our best scientists believe that time-travelers are sabotaging the collider. In related news, guess who Obama just appointed as our new science czars!

On this day in history: 

In 1915, 30,000 women march on Fifth Avenue to advocate their right to vote. And so began the decline of America.

Horror Headlines: Friday June 19th, 2009

New viral site for Shane Ackerman's "9". No antibiotics required... I swear!

A lot of speculation going on about this "Halloween 2" image. Speculate no more, we'll see it for about 2 seconds in the film... mark my words.

In Real People News: 

3,000 people now testing out The Pirate Bay's new "IPREDator", which based on the name is either a way to download files online while hiding your identity, or the latest tech accessory for pedophiles.

Total psycho... ahem, I mean "Transformers fan", creates life size recreation of "Bumblebee" in his front yard. Don't worry, we're talking cartoon-style folks, he went old school with that shit.

Wisconsin lowers the hunting age to 10. Which is good, because from what I hear shooting stuff is pretty much the only thing to do there.

On this day in history: 

1867: Emperor Maximilian of Mexico is executed by firing squad. Although he bribed the seven riflemen to not shoot him in the head, one did anyway.

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