Fangoria has chatted with Kevin Tenney and discovered, yes, there will be a "version" of the famous "lipstick" scene in his just announced "Night of the Demons" remake. Now that we have that out of the way, he also goes on to gush about how he plans to, "remain true to its spirit—just more nasty, sexual and extreme". Sounds good to me!
2 new pics from "My Name is Bruce" for you this morning. Oh, and a debunked rumor about Bruce Campbell dying. Despite the picture of him as an angel at the link, he's doing just fine, people. Although if he were to go to heaven, I would expect him to end up with a hot chick.
Ellen Paige ("Juno") has unfortunately had to pull out of Sam Raimi's upcoming horror film "Drag me to Hell", due to
conflicts with other upcoming projects. I'm sure there is some sort of teen pregnancy "pull out" joke here, but it's Monday morning so, sorry folks.
"Doomsday" shooting game? That may be just what the doctor ordered. The game has been posted on the official site, click to the link to play!
Stephen King and John Mellencamp are teaming up to bring a musical to the stage. I think if I try to explain this my head will explode, so you can find a synopsis at the link.
Just another reason this morning not to send back food in a restaurant... facial hair in your steak. Are there really people out there who still don't know this?
A UK man has been committed after it was discovered that he was taking care of his 80 year old parents, both dead, as if they were living. Police found the decaying bodies sitting on the couch, and his mother was even listening to a Walkman. Based on
this evidence, I'm going to go out on a limb and say they've been dead since 1989. Seriously, a Walkman?
1934: John Dillinger escapes from an escape-proof jail in Crown Point Indiana, using a wooden pistol he carved himself. It's his second escape.