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BGH Classic Pack - Sci-Fi Scares

At the Bloody Good Horror podcast we enjoy voyaging where no man has gone before, which is why we always tackle the best -- and worst -- of sci-fi horror. In our latest episode of the podcast we cover the 1998 sci-fi cult classic "Dark City." In honor of John Murdoch and The Strangers, we're offering up the chance to catch up with some of our favorite bloody sci-fi discussions.

Episode 146 - 2010 Year in Review

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The best and worst horror films of 2010, and what to look forward to in 2011.

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Episode 112 - "Repo Men"

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Joe and Schnaars duke it out over this film's merits...

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On the Next Podcast: "Repo Men"

This week the gang ventures out of the basement and back into the theater to take on "Repo Men" for the Podcast. Two of us couldn't be more excited, the rest have agreed to still join in.

Horror Headlines: Tuesday March 16th, 2010

If you've been anticipating the arrival of Jude Law and Forrest Whitaker's futuristic thriller "Repo Men", be sure to check out the new motion comic.

Not content with just movies and now TV, Rob Zombie is returning to the world of comics with "What Ever Happened to Baron Von Shock" from Image Comics. The first reader to locate the drawn Sheri Moon Zombie cameo in the book wins a cookie!... and a boner.

Summit Entertainment is preparing for new franchise hopes with its newly acquired script "The Last Witch Hunter" written by Cory Goodman. So far, Timur Bekmambetov is definitely producing the film and may direct as well. Despite who's on board, there is no way this movie can stack up next to Nic Cage's hair in "Season of the Witch".

"True Blood" fans rejoice; you do not have to wait much longer to sink your teeth into Sookie Stackhouse. HBO has announced that the hit series will return on Sunday June 13th.

In Real People News: 

Did the CIA secretly douse NYC Subway commuters with LSD in 1950? I don't know, but this article on H.P. Arabellis book on CIA Cold War era weapons testing makes a fascinating read regardless.

It's always good to have goals in life. In some cases though, like Donna Simpson's goal of becoming the fattest woman in the world, these goals really need to be re-thought.

On this day in history: 

1792 - At a masquerade ball, a disgruntled Captain Jacob Johan Ankarstroem shoots Swedish King Gustav III near the heart with a bullet composed of lead and carpet tacks.

Trailer: New Restricted "Repo Men" Preview

If you're still on the fence about "Repo Men" then take a gander at the new restricted trailer below. In the past all the clips from the film have been fairly serious but this new one makes the film look down right fun, even whimsical. Alright that might be pushing it because you still see people's insides getting ripped out but take a look and you'll see what I mean.

"Repo Men" hits theaters March 19th.

Trailer: "Repo Men" Has No Singing

Alright so it's not the most original idea for a movie - a guy who goes out and repossesses organs when patients fall behind on their payments - But "Repo Men" looks to have no singing, a lot of blood and 100% more Rza then "REPO! The Genetic Opera", so I don't really care who came up with the idea first. Of course the real question is will "Repo Men" be any better then it's musical inbred cousin. From the looks of the red band trailer below I'd say yes but I've been fooled before. We'll find out on April 2nd when it hits theaters.

Horror Headlines: Thursday December 24th, 2009

If you thought "Repo! The Genetic Opera" was a total misfire, take a quick peek at the new trailer for Miguel Sapochnik's "Repo Men." Similar premise, a lot less warbling. That's a good thing, right?

The sequel to "Demonic Toys" is almost upon us. To keep us satiated until its release, feast your tiny eyes on this pair of interesting clips from the long-awaited follow-up. The violent wretching that ensues is perfectly natural.

Because people have absolutely nothing better to do with their free time, a trailer for the new colorized version "Night of the Living Dead" has appeared online. In 3D, no less. That horse is dead, people.

In Real People News: 

If and when you decide to bust out of prison, it might be in your best interest to avoid posting frequent updates about your life as a fugitive on Facebook. Good luck with that.

The next time you find yourself whizzing freely all over the restroom at your local Wal-Mart, you might want to check for a hidden video camera. It's creepy because it's true.

On this day in history: 

1997 - David Lee Jackson, a former postal worker, takes several hostages at a mail sorting center in Denver, Colorado.

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