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I have no idea what Kvelertak are singing about but I think they might be the greatest band ever invented. First off, they’re Norwegian, which by default makes them evil in the best way possible and second, their songs are so damn catchy that it makes you want to go out and fight strangers.

Before we get going I just want to go on record as saying this post is in no way an endorsement of Slipknot, their music, or kids who hate their parents because they won't let them stay out past 10 on a school night. However, I feel it's my responsibility as a blogger to bring you this video. If you mute it you get a pretty decent little freak-out that includes Malcolm McDowell, cross dressing and even some nasty cuts. Even Ashley Laurence from "Hellraiser" shows up for some fun. I'm sure most of us can relate. Who hasn't broken into a girl's apartment, dressed up in her clothes and then cut themselves wide open with a broken wine glass. Whatever, don't judge.

"Dead Space" was just about the scariest gaming experience experience of the past five years. When I completed the game, it left me with the same awestruck feeling that a great horror movie would. As it turns out, this is no coincidence. As anticipation for "Dead Space 2" builds, the dev team sat down with Game Informer to share some of their most prominent horror influences, which are actually quite diverse.

This video is pretty hilarious/awesome, but be forewarned that it might be NSFW... if crude 8-bit penises are the kind of thing your boss might frown upon. It's your move, people.

Clearly I've been hating on Rob Zombie's "H2" pretty much since the second it was announced. That's no secret. I'm giving it a rest for at least a day though, because this footage that aired on Entertainment Tonight late last week is actually really sweet.

So, it took me a while (my deepest apologies, folks) but I've finally managed to sit down and hammer my way through the video from Horror Hound Weekend at the end of March.

Apparently there is a group of people out there that are classified as mecaphiles. What’s a mecaphile you might ask? Well I’ll tell you and then good luck getting some z’s from now on! A mecaphile is someone who is so into a machine that he or she actually makes love to it.

What we have here is some interesting raw footage from an interview with Virginia Madsen, Academy Award nominee and star of Lionsgate's upcoming "The Haunting in Connecticut". Madsen is a pretty fantastic actress, and if you believe this footage, also a huge fan of "scary movies".

2 weeks ago I posted about my love of all things "Killzone", the Playstation exclusive first-person-shooter series. Today I saw this very cool video pop up on MSNBC, where they're essentially interviewing one of the "Killzone 2" developers during online matchplay.