Horror Headlines 4/16/08
And the "Midnight Meat Train" saga continues... this time BD is reporting that a recent test screening scored through the roof, and it has raised hopes that the film may go theatrical. You can also check out a new sweet still from "Train" here.
IGN has a new poster for Uwe Boll's "Postal", and it's just as offensive as you've come to expect stuff from this movie to be. And yes, I'm going to continue to report on this movie to the chagrin of well, everyone. You can see this one May 23rd of this year, opposite "Indiana Jones and the Aging Action Star". You can guess which theater I'll be in.
Gillian Anderson will be in next month's Maxim Magazine as promotion for "The X Files 2". Wow, they're really pulling out all the stops for this one aren't they? Disappointing spread and interview at the link.
Matthew Bright ("Freeway") will be directing "The Manson Girls", which we previously reported will be starring Lindsay Lohan and her unfortunately ginger complexion.
Zombies raising money to help fight Cancer? I had no idea they were so philanthropic.
So, a woman, posing as a man, has been arrested after the urine of his/her five year old child (that he/she used for a drug test) came back positive for Cocaine and Opiates. Got all that? Ya, me either, but it all sounds pretty messed up.
Yet another high school attack video has surfaced online recently. In this video, at the link, check out some butch chick attacking a high school student with a metal chair, all WWE style. And so ends todays slate of morbidly curious stories.
1943: Chemist Albert Hofmann inadvertently experiences the world's first acid trip when a tiny quantity of lysergic acid diethylamide accidently seeps through the skin of his finger. After leaving work early, he went home and settled into "a not unpleasant intoxicated condition." Then he had solid two hours of visual hallucinations: "I perceived an uninterrupted stream of fantastic pictures, extraordinary shapes with intense, kaleidoscopic play of colors." It will be another three days before Hofmann gets up the courage to swallow 250 micrograms and ride his bicycle home.