Horror Headlines: Wednesday September 2nd, 2009
So... I do have to admit that I haven't seen "The Host" yet. The reason I say that is because here's the first still from the sequel. Does the creature in the first film look that terrible? Please inform.
Excited for Mike Dougherty's "Trick 'R Treat" this Halloween? Now you can enter a fan-art contest being sponsored by Warner Bro's for the release. Check it out!
Here's the final one-sheet for "Sorority Row". Not as sexy as the others, but that was a hard track record to live up to.
Ben Ketai has been hired to direct the "30 Days of Night" sequel, subtitled "Dark Days". The film will follow Melissa George's character (recast apparently) as she heads back to Las Angeles and intentionally attracts the local vampire population to get revenge for her husband's death. So, we recast the lead and take the story out of the arctic circle? Count me out.
Sony is accelerating their plans to release a 3D flatscreen television. Sweet, this means I can finally sit through "My Bloody Valentine 3D" again.
Note to potential criminals... spray paint is not an effective way to mask your identity. Well I guess that's not entirely true, but it could also kill you, which might put a crimp in your plans.
1666: A kitchen fire breaks out in Thomas Farynor's bakery on Pudding Lane, unleashing four days of destruction. 436 acres in the city are converted to ash, including 13,200 homes. 200,000 residents are rendered homeless by what comes to be known as the Great Fire of London.