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Lloyd Kaufman pontificates on the message of "Occupy Wallstreet" and offers up some advice on how they can evolve and survive. Hollywood's been trying to destroy this guy for 40 years, he just might know a little on the subject...

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"Flight of the Conchords" star Jemaine Clements has signed on as Yaz for "Men in Black 3". Joining Will Smith, Josh Brolin and a bookended Tommy Lee Jones, the movie will be set in 1969.

Troma Studios continues to be awesome as they have posted "Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead" online for free!

"The Lost Skeleton of Cadavera" prepares to return... again, as Shout Factory announces the release of Larry Blamire's b-movie homage "The Lost Skeleton of Cadavera Returns Again" and "Dark and Stormy Night" this coming August.

These new production stills from "A Nightmare on Elm Street" would lead us to believe that the movie could be good and gory. We'll have to wait until April 30th to see if this promise rings true.

In a recent interview, Lloyd Kaufman lets slip that there are a number of Troma movies in talks for possible remakes including "Poultrygeist" and "Class of Nuke 'Em High". One would normally take news like this from Lloyd with a grain of salt, but the "Mother's Day" remake has already wrapped and "The Toxic Avenger" is in talks, so stranger things have happened!

Not to let Sam Worthington steal all the godly thunder, Stephen Dorff has signed on to "War of the Gods", another Greek monster fighting montage.

Though we have yet to lay eyes on any of her genre rolls yet, young actress Chloe Moretz has signed on for the serial killer opus "The Fields". With her upcoming turns as our fanged lead in the upcoming remake "Let Me In" and her ass kicking antics in "Kick-Ass", she sure seems to enjoy the genre work.

In the spirit of the recent film offered up by the BGHorror podcast "Poultrygeist", I thought I would share some thoughts on the uncontested jewel of the Troma universe, Debbie Rochon. While Debbie is probably best know for the work she has done with the Troma camp, she will also be familiar to fans of Fangoria radio, and those who have attended the tri-annual+ Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors conventions. Debbie is everywhere.