WTF?!

As much as I'd like this to be terrible so I can go on an epic "Joss Whedon sucks" rant on the podcast, the trailer was so bonkers I'm holding out hope it might be good (as long as there aren't any superhuman anorexic chicks). And yes, I know he's only produced it, but if you think that will stop me from ranting about him you obviously haven't been here very long. Hi, I'm Eric, nice to meet you.

All my comments from my earlier post still stand. Schnaars is going to hate this so much, I can't wait.

Can we just take a moment together to recognize the absurdity of this CBS This Morning piece? Only they could turn a movie about Lincoln hunting vampires into a stodgy interview with a historian. And yet, I still love it. Did you know they still have Lincoln's hat in a vault somewhere? Man, history is neat.

Anyway, there's a bunch of footage sprinkled throughout and I'm happy to say it features gratuitous slow motion, almost exclusively. Fox is aiming for a June release at this point. If they don't lock that down soon my head might explode.

YES. Yes to all of this...

Looks like I've found my next staff-pick for the podcast, unless Uwe Boll releases a new film first.

And apparently, they're exploring the possibilities of metal breast protection technology. "Puppet Master X: Axis Rising" will begin production as soon as Full Moon Pictures finds some change in their couch cushions.

This coming weekend we couldn't turn down the chance to see Harry Potter's "The Woman in Black" for review on the podcast, even though another horror-ish film comes out the same week, "Chronicle". The plan, as of now, is to review the odd looking found footage flick NEXT weekend. I may be the only one, but I'm fascinated by the trailers, specifically this shot from the end where they're staring into an underground cavern and exclaiming "oh snap!" to each other. Okay, I'm in. Let's find out what's down there together...

I was going to post the trailer for "When The Lights Go Out", but I'm going to level with you, it looks terrible. The poster though sports my favorite promotional phrase of this week, "From the producers of 'Bend it like Beckham' and 'Moon'". I'd like to meet the person that not only loves BOTH of those films, but also wants a horror movie "in the style" of each... combined. I imagine he or she is very eclectic. (click to enhance)

5 minutes ago I would have responded to that question with "wha?". Now, I'm not so sure....

What a hilarious little discovery for us all these years later though. I hope more things like this start popping up soon. I’d love to find out the hidden design connections between Turok and The Accused.

Check the article over at CHUD