Horror Headlines: Wednesday December 16th, 2009
"The Crazies" director Breck Eisner has the bug for remakes. The director has signed on for his next project, a remake of David Cronenbergs "The Brood".
A new clip arrives online of the upcoming "Solomon Kane", giving us the first glimpse of James Purefoy in the title role.
The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards Nominations have been announced. Amongst the rubble are a few genre related nods including "Coraline" for Best Animated Feature as well as "District 9" for Best Screenplay.
With the success of "Paranormal Activity", it was only a matter of time before The Asylum sunk their claws into the subject matter. For your viewing pleasure, here is their low budget plot borrowing, "Paranormal Entity"
Speaking of "Paranormal Activity", do you need even more of the story? How about the first five pages of the upcoming IDW Comic Adaption entitled "Paranormal Activity: The Search for Katie"?
A Kentucky man is sentenced to twelve years in prison for breaking into a co-worker's home and stabbing her cats. The victim let it be known that the culprit managed to send her text messages describing what he was doing to the cats as well.
A San Juan couple were arrested after authorities found their aborted fetus gift wrapped under the Christmas tree.
Australia's Koala population is under serious duress as a result of a plague of STD's amongst the furry marsupials. The leading maladies are reported to be Chlamydia and AIDS.
1920 - In Kansu, China, an 8.6 earthquake kills 180,000 people, from building collapses. 20,000 freeze to death later after refusing to reoccupy housing during winter.