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Actress Zelda Rubinstein, best known for her role as Tangina in Tobe Hooper's classic "Poltergeist," died of natural causes on Wednesday. She was 76.

Have you longed to feel the rancid breath of a giant ape on your face as he leaps over your head to attack a rampaging Tyrannosaurus Rex? If so, you're in the luck. Filmmaker Peter Jackson has helped Universal Studios relaunch their "King Kong" theme park ride, which will open its doors this summer. Remember to pack your banana hammock.

The first trailer for Capcom's upcoming live-action adaptation of "Dead Rising" has appeared online. It's cheap, it's ugly, and it's extremely violent. In other words, I'm giddy with excitement.

Anchor Bay recently announced they have acquired the rights to Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo's "After Life," a new horror/thriller starring Christina Ricci, Justin Long, and Liam Neeson. When this thing will see the light of day is still anybody's guess.

The whole "trying to make zombies funny thing" is getting a little old, but the people behind "ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction" are giving it another shot. Does it work? From the trailer below I'd say no but then again what do I know. The film focuses on a sleepy little town that is overrun by zombies after toxic gas is unleashed on the US by our overseas enemies. On the surface this should be freakin' hilarious, but take a look at the trailer below and decide for yourself.

"ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction" will be a part of next week's After Dark Horrorfest 4.

Although it really comes as no surprise, director Ivan Reitman has been confirmed for Ghostbusters 3 However, you are permitted to remain skeptical.

Do you like Rob Zombie? Do you like "CSI: Miami." If so, you're in for a treat. Apparently, Zombie is scheduled to lense an episode of the popular television series later this year. I'm trembling with anticipation. Yawn.

The American trailer for "Creep" director Christopher Smith's upcoming horror/thriler "Triangle" has finally appeared online. The DVD is currently slated for release on February 2nd.

I have no words for this. My brain is on overload. There are so many stereotypical bubblegum anime idioms in this video, they could collectively choke a police horse. I sent this same video in an email to some friends of mine, with the simple summary: "this is the single most amazing, embarrassingly Japanese thing I've ever seen...Watch the video. Watch it. I dare you."

In this poster for the delightfully tasteless "Dahmer Vs Gacy", our titular villains square off (sort of), while each screams out into darkness. Meanwhile, a group of tiny cheerleaders are acting scared below them? Who knows. What I do know about this bizarre mashup of two of the United States' most horrific serial killers, is the plot:

It's nice to see something for the ladies every once in a while in this male dominated genre. Sure it's a pair of heels that look like they'll break my wife's ankles but let's take baby steps here. The shoes you see above are the first in a line of zombie inspired designs by the people at Iron Fist they're calling "Zombie Stompers". You can buy the heels, or the more boring flats, online or in selected stores now. Sorry they don't come in men's sizes, weirdo.

I keep waiting for the punch line here but I'm starting to think there isn't one. In fact Christopher Lee's metal album, yeah I said metal album, based on the story of King Charlemagne is kind of catchy, maybe even good. Yup you read right, Mr. Dracula has a metal album coming out and he's sporting a loin cloth on the album cover. Alright the second part is a lie. If you want to check some of his songs out, and trust me you do, you can hop over to the official MySpace page and have a listen.

Chances are if you saw the movie "Black Devil Doll" you're probably still trying to wash the filth out of your eyes. Now you can relive all the fun of a smack talking racist puppet with an affinity for thick porn stars in the comfort of your home. Why wouldn't you want that?! The Black Devil Doll Soundboard is now up and running and ready for fun. Just think of the fun you can have blasting such favorites as "That bitch can take a shit in my mouth!" in your office. Enjoy!

In case you haven't been privy to this gem, or just needed a refresher before listening to the podcast, here's the trailer for "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning". An attempted reboot of the franchise in the mid 90's, this has been recognized by some horror fans as a true low for the genre as an artform in a decade that was filled with them. The film is also infamous for its legal troubles. After being shot in 1994 and staying in limbo for over 2 years, the producers attempted to promote it using the names of Renee Zelwegger and Matthew McConaughey, who had gone on to become stars in the time since filming had wrapped. Needless to say, their agents were a little worried. It doesn't take a brain surgeon to understand why.