WTF?!

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.

It's our Birthday! Plus, we torture Jon with one of the worst movies ever made.

Yoshihiro Nishimura and Naoyuki Tomomatsu's deliriously bizarre 2009 action epic "Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl" can't arrive on DVD soon enough. The film, which chronicles the battle between two very unusual girls who fall in love with the same boy, promises a vast array of over-the-top arterial sprays and an abundance of gore-soaked mayhem. If you're still perplexed as to why, exactly, I'm anxiously awaiting its release, check out Nishimura's "Tokyo Gore Police." All your questions shall be answered within.

I realize that everything I am about to say sounds like unabashed nonsense. It probably is. Bear with me.

So, self-described undisputed kings of splatter-metal GWAR had come to the conclusion that being addicted to crack and living endlessly at the behest of manager Sleazy P. Martini was no life for a god. So, procuring a Scumdog spaceship, they played their last on Earth and headed to their old stomping ground in the stars.

This still from Japanese shock-master Takashi Miike's "Gozu", proves that he rivals the best when it comes to creating images that illicit WTF's from viewers. The film, which boasts the tongue-twisting original title "Gokudô kyôfu dai-gekijô: Gozu", was recently released in the US on a 2 disc special edition from Cinema Epoch.

This image is a lot like an onion. There are many layers to it and if you stare at it long enough, it's probably going to make you cry.

Via Bryan at Drunken Zombie

John Landis steps into the producer's chair for a new serial killer movie aptly titled Some Guy Who Kills People. Even odder than the title, the film will be directed by "Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus" director Jack Perez.

The marketing machine for Breck Eisner's "The Crazies" remake is kicking into gear with two new viral marketing sites that just launched.

The first dates for the the midnight movie re-release of Sam Raimi's "Evil Dead" have been announced. While the list is small, more dates are expected to be announced soon.

New screenshots of the long delayed "Splatterhouse" game remake are now online. At first glance, it looks like the wait will be well worth it.

Need some Joel Schumacher directed horror? Then check out the official trailer for "Blood Creek".

Alright Hollywood big wigs let's come to an agreement here. If you're going to call your movie "Season of the Witch" there should be nothing but creepy Halloween masks and a theme song that will drill inside people's brains. If you want to put Nicholas Cage in there for good measure that's up to you, but make it a movie about an actual witch that takes place in the olden times.