WTF?!

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.

"Let Me In", the remake of "Let The Right One In", has begun shooting in New Mexico.

Robert Englund stars in a web-series for FearNET called "Fear Clinic".

I'm not sure if you've all realized it yet but the internet is freakin awesome. Need proof? Check out this guy who took his webcam and filmed himself singing each section of the "Ghostbusters" theme. And by section I mean he sings the guitar, keyboard, vocals and everything else then mixed them all together in one giant showcase of kickassness. Bonus points for not just doing the first verse and then giving up, nope he goes the full four plus minutes. Around minute three the drum solo really takes it to a whole new level. Enjoy folks.

In the world of strange news, a website was brought to my attention called www.thisman.org. Now, I'm pretty sure no one has actually dreamed of this man before, or if they have it is because his face is fairly generic. It's a creepy website and it has an even creepier youtube video.

Miles Fisher, an actor who has appeared in television shows such as MadMen and Gossip Girl is now venturing into music with his take on The Talking Heads most romantic song, "This Must Be the Place." A song that would not seem to suit "American Psycho" so well. But that assumption would be wrong, because Fisher nails so many of "American Psycho's" best scenes to this tune that I now won't be able to think of anything remotely romantic while listening to it... now it's more like the thought of driving an axe into someone's skull. Let's just say, it definitely adds depth. har har.

To promote World AIDS Day, December 1, a German AIDS awareness group, regenbogen e.v., which translates to mean "Rainbow" has put together a racy ad to grab people's attention and scare people into wearing condoms.

The commerical depicts a couple engaging in some hot foreplay. The commerical is filmed in the same vein as any perfume ad with skantily clad people rolling around half naked, but towards the end it is revealed that this commerical is different, becuase the male patron is actually Hitler. "AIDS is a Mass Murderer" is then flashed up on screen soon afterwards.

This originally appeared in an article under the science section of the Guardian online, and I just plain couldn't let it go by.

Evidently, Metallica, as well as Samuel Barber, Nine Inch Nails and Tool, were played in 30 second bursts for a group of monkeys, at which point their reaction to the music was logged and chronicled. (The actual point of the study was to examine the effects of monkey-sound-inspired music on monkeys. Make your own joke here.)