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Horror Headlines: Wednesday December 29th, 2010

I have to say, based on the new images from the 3D flick "Behind the Walls" I thought I might be into it. Then I found out it's a French movie. Then I found out it's about a girl who travels to a spooky town to write a book. French and books don't add up to movie fun, they add up to boring cheese parties where you talk about novels. That's not fun for anyone.

After Dark Originals will hit theaters on January 28th and I couldn't be more excited. The festival will showcase 8 different films from the horror genre with different themes. What those are I'm not sure but the promo has a guy hammering nails into his hand so that's a positive. For us, not for him, it's got to suck for him.

Well this is heartwarming. "The Exorcist" has been added to the official National Film Registry by the The Library of Congress. Which means even after World War 3 there's going to be nothing left but cockroaches and "The Exorcist". Well those and apparently "Saturday night Fever" too but lets hope the bombs get that one.

UFO International productions, the same people that brought you "Lake Placid 3", have put out a long ass synopsis and poster for their new film "Vampire Nation". I refuse to read the plot of the film but my guess is it has something to do with a country overrun by vampires and the 80's pop star who I thought was dead that's going to fight them.

In Real People News: 

Jesus has arrived my friends and he picked the roof of a Kansas City family's car as his landing spot. Just in case he isn't the actual messiah though the family is trying to find the rightful owner of the little bundle of heavenly joy. But still, I think he's here and we all better look busy.

If you're going to proclaim yourself as "Nurse of the Year" then you might want to avoid having a dinner in your own honor. Apparently you can go to jail for something like that. Good to know!

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