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Hannibal Lecter Returns - Again

Thomas Harris, author of the "Silence of the Lambs," "Hannibal," and "Red Dragon" novels, announced Friday that he is working on a 4th entry in the series, and of course, the film rights have already been snatched up. The novel is titled "Behind the Mask," and supposedly centers around how Hannibal Lecter got to be so sadistic and cannibalistic.(read more...)

Sequel to "Dawn" Remake Won't Remake "Day of the Dead"

Zack Snyder, director of the highly mediocre Dawn of the Dead remake, announced earlier this week that he will soon start working on a sequel to Dawn. But here's where it gets cryptic: this sequel will not be based on George Romero's original sequel for the original Dawn, and will instead be a stand-alone film. I suppose this is good news… I mean, I'm all for creativity instead of copying someone else's work, so I can't say that I'm against this sequel, but I have do have my doubts as far as the quality of the actual film is concerned, and they were created by the Dawn remake's inability to truly impress me.

Get a Load of Chucky... Online

This is just a heads up for fans of everyone's favorite homicidal Good Guy doll, letting you know that the official website for Seed of Chucky (http://www.seed-of-chucky.com) has officially opened, and though most of the site sections are "coming soon", you can bet that before the movie is released on Friday, November 12th, they will all be up and ready to be explored by your sick, killer doll-lovin' eyes.

"The Thing 2"?

If you're not a fan of John Carpenter's film The Thing, you're probably not much of a horror fan.(read more...)

"The Ring 2" Teaser

A new teaser for the sequel to 2002's The Ring has arrived on the web (watch it by clicking on the link: http://www.ring2-themovie.com/) I have to be honest…it doesn't look like anything new will be brought to the table with this second outing. It is still, however, way too early to be able to tell for sure whether my opinion on this film will become fact, but judging from the way mainstream horror films have been being made lately, I wouldn't hope for too much.

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