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If you plan on giving up watching Syfy movies for the New Year you might want to check out the new clips from "Mega Python vs. Gatoroid" first. I'm going to go out on a limb and say this is going to be the greatest movie they've ever made. That's a tall order I know but it does have Debbie Gibson and Tiffany.

Danielle Harris is back my friends with "Shiver" and I am just tickled pink. The movie is about a secretary who's being stalked by a serial killer who has to fight for her life. I hope it has singing, that Harris has got a heart of gold that I know it's just waiting to get out. I don't even think I'm being sarcastic.

It's what the kids call a "slow day" around here at the BGH newsroom so here's a trailer for "Devil in Baby Joan" which is pretty much a "The Last Exorcism" knock off but it doesn't look awful. At the very least it's got some really nice looking title animations. So that's something, huh?

And because one of you did something very very wrong this year and we all need to be punished here's the On Demand trailer for "Hatchet 2". It's a trailer for the movie to let us all know that it's going to be On Demand. I probably didn't need to explain that though.

A new red band trailer for "Let Me In", the US remake of the Swedes "Let the Right One In" has found it's way online. At this point I've run out of clever ways to say how much I hated the original so let's just accept that we're American and we're better than everyone else. Let freedom ring.

Twenty years ago the newly released clip of Tiffany and Debbie Gibson having a cat fight for the Syfy flick "Mega Python vs. Gatoroid" would of made my Jams all kinds of tight. But I haven't worn Jams in close to twenty years so now it's just making my big boy shorts tight. See how that didn't turn out like you hoped it would?

After very much not being released back in March the Nic Cage film "Season of the Witch" is now seeing some re-shoots. Since they're going back and redoing some scenes why not toss in John Travolta and have him switch faces with Nic. Then have the two of them race around the country looking for secret treasures hidden in national landmarks. You're welcome Lionsgate, you can keep that one.

Hot news out of Comic-Con this past weekend that the much delayed film "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane" may be getting a release in the near future. By this point I'm sure most of the boys have moved on from Mandy to the skeezy girl down the street.

Although "Survival of the Dead" is a marginal film, that hasn't stopped Magnet from packing the upcoming DVD with a ton of enticing extras. Fine and dandy, but no thanks.

If you've ever wondered what your favorite Star Wars characters would look like as monsters, your dreams have been answered. My inner nerd isn't sure if this is insanely cool or outrageously blasphemous.

Former 80's pop stars Debbie Gibson and Tiffany will star in the original SyFy movie "Mega Python vs. Gatoroid", an event which may signal the end of times. The film is scheduled to air sometime next year.

Maybe it's just me, but "Mega Piranha" looks Mega Amazing! Actually, I'm pretty sure it's just me. Regardless, you have Tiffany and Barry Williams, acting together at last! What more could you want? I can tell you. Giant fish eating helicopters.

In case you couldn't tell by the amazing quality showcased above, "Mega Piranha" is an original Asylum joint and debuted on Syfy Channel this past Saturday. I'm truly sad I missed it. Well, sad's a strong word.

Coming straight from The King's mouth, Bruce Campbell has let his spies know that his next feature will be "Bruce Vs. Frankenstein", a sequel to his feature "My Name is Bruce".

"Saw VI" helmer Kevin Gruetert has been signed to direct "Paranormal Activity 2". Oddly enough, "Paranormal Activity" is the film that unseated Gruetert's "Saw VI" as the King of Halloween this year... and the two franchisees are slated to be in direct competition again this year.

Remember your mall hair days when Tiffany was cool? Despite the fact that you're trying to forget the 80's, the pop singer is slated to star in "Megapiranha" which is certain to jump start her comeback.

Director Joe Johnston lets slip some tiny details about his upcoming "The Wolfman" remake; mainly that the scary howls you'll be hearing emanate from Benico Del Toro are in fact voiced by rockers Gene Simmons and David Lee Roth.