Horror Headlines: Monday December 28th, 2009
The family of the late Dan O'Bannon has launched a new website to celebrate his career. For fans, there is no better place to celebrate O'Bannon's genre legacy, including info on his final script as well as future zombie project he had intended to direct.
Did you get a shiny new Blu-ray player for Christmas? What better way to break it in than with a copy of "Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead" in HD!. The disc arrives on February 23rd.
To help soothe your post holiday blues, new stills have surfaced from the upcoming Nicholas Cage feature, "Season of the Witch". His hair alone is bound to give you a few laughs.
Sure, "American Psycho" is 10 years old now and a new TV airing of the film isn't exactly news worthy. However, this New Zealand billboard promoting the airing on TV2 is pretty amazing!
In the wake of Brittany Murphy's death, DVD rental source Redbox scrambled to pull the cover art from Murphy's last film, "Deadline" across the country. The images of the actress lying dead in a bathtub felt a little too close to home for Redbox... they're probably right.
An 84 year old Indian politician resigns his post after a sex tape featuring himself with three women surfaces. Rumors state that his next post will be as a spokesman for Viagra.
Japan's oldest stripper prepares to celebrate her 70th birthday. The world prepares to vomit.
Staff at the Great Yarmouth Sea Life center in Norfolk are cutting brussel sprouts from their menu because the resulting turtle farts are tripping overflow sensors in the tanks. It's the same reason I stay away from them... wouldn't want to gas the family at the dinner table.
1987 - R. Gene Simmons kills two coworkers and injures four others in Russellville Arkansas, and then surrenders. The workplace carnage comes after Simmons kills 14 relatives over the Christmas holiday.