Horror Headlines: Wednesday December 9th, 2009
In worrisome news, the upcoming "Nightmare on Elm Street" remake is heading back under the lens for re-shoots after recent test screenings. So far it looks like it will only affect a small diner scene that doesn't involve Freddy, but re-shoots are never a good sign.
The fourth installment for the "Resident Evil" franchise, "Resident Evil: Afterlife" has been pushed back to January 2011. If you're curious for behind the scenes action on this 3D sequel, be sure to follow Milla Jovovich on Twitter as she tweets her way through the shooting of the film.
Good news for you "Dexter" fans; thanks in large part to John Lithgow, the fourth season of the show continues to set records for Showtime. This past Sunday's episode pulled in over 2.1 million viewers. You can pretty much count on our favorite little sociopath coming back next season.
From the laugh out loud news desk, Brittany Murphy has been fired from the upcoming thriller "The Caller", mere days into shooting. She's now officially been replaced by "Twilight" vixen Rachelle LeFevre.
We can finally put to rest one worry about the upcoming "Wolfman", asthe MPAA has officially given the movie an R rating for bloody horror, violence and gore!
A Maryland woman kidnaps a pregnant homeless woman and proceeds to try and cut her unborn daughter out of her abdomen. Mother and baby are both expected to make full recoveries.
New Zealand motorists found themselves in a bizarre traffic jam when the tailgate of a truck opens spilling its cargo of blood, fat and discarded animal pieces across the highway. Unfortunately, hopes that it was just a spill from a Weta Workshop truck were completely crushed.
Archeologists find evidence of mass cannibalism at a 7,000 year old site in south west Germany, justifying my refusal to eat liverwurst.