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Episode 78 of the Midnight Podcast (02-29-08)

Episode 78 of the Midnight Podcast 33 min and 00 sec (02-29-08):


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- Tombs of the Blind Dead (1971) review by Root Rot

- Burial Ground (1981) review by Corey Graham


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Quick Bits: New Rob Zombie Album, Doomsday Clip, Amusement Release

There are three short updates that hit the web this afternoon that I felt I should just squeeze into one quick post (it's Friday I gotta party!) First, Rob Zombie revealed on his MySpace blog that he started work on a new album, "Yesterday I started work on my next full length studio album. We wrote a ton of stuff on the last tour and are finally putting it down. I don't have a release date yet." If you head on over to BDTV you can check out a whopping two-minute post apocalyptic car battle clip from Neil Marshall's Doomsday, which arrives in theaters March 14, courtesy of IGN. Lastly, Picturehouse has moved the long delayed Amusement up a week to a September 5, 2008 release. Bam!

Trailer For Thriller ‘Homecoming’

B-D reader 'Germ Boy' discovered the first trailer for Morgan J. Freeman's Homecoming, which can be viewed beyond the break. When a former small-town golden boy and his new college girlfriend visit his hometown during Christmas break, his high school sweetheart becomes insanely obsessed with getting him back. Even if it means murder Â… A college-aged take on "Misery" for the new generation.

I wouldn’t want to tick her aunt off either.

Tiki Amy's leaving home; it's time for college! She has her heart set on going to acting school, a long way away from her Big (arsed) Kahuna of an aunt in Hawaii. Once there, she does her awkwardly best to fit in with the other students and making a ...

Midnight Podcast Episode 78

This week on the Midnight Podcast…….

New Images of NECA’s ‘Aliens vs Predator: Requiem’ Figures

Today NECA posted new images of their Predator action figure from their upcoming Aliens vs Predator: Requiem toy line. The image is of the second Predator figure, which features the hunter with an open mouth. Ugly as sin and loaded with weapons, the Wolf hits shelves this May as part of Series 3. You can take a peak at it inside.

‘Shadow Vision’ Finds Female Lead

Empire Film Group, Inc. and IndustryWorks are set to bring you a new film entitled SHADOW VISION, which we discovered this morning on IMDB. In the film written and directed by Eric Parkinson, a University sponsored experiment to investigate the phenomenon of "Shadow Vision" among the blind, takes a supernatural turn when one of the participants begins to remotely sense crimes and criminal intentions. According to the site, Vivian Schilling has already been cast to topline. Watch for more news as it comes in.

‘The Orphanage’ Blu-ray and DVD Details

New Line Home Entertainment has officially announced Juan Antonio Bayona's The Orphanage for release on DVD and Blu-ray on April 22. The film will be presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen with a Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1 EX track. English subtitles will (obviously) be provided. Special features included: When Laura Grew Up: Constucting The Orphanage featurette, Horror In The Unknown: Makeup Effects featurette, Tomas' Secret Room featurette, still gallery, trailers and more. In the film Laura returns to the house where she was raised, and decides to transform it into an orphanage. Soon, her son, Simón, makes an invisible friend...

Third Clip to Make You ‘Shutter’

To go along with the two clips now on BDTV, if you head on over to MTV you can get a new look into 20th Century Fox's Shutter, which arrives in theaters March 21. The remake follows a newly married couple discovers disturbing, ghostly images in photographs they develop after a tragic accident. Fearing the manifestations may be connected, they investigate and learn that some mysteries are better left unsolved. Don't forget to click here for our list of top 10 horror remakes of all-time.

Stuart Gordon’s ‘Stuck’ Gets May 30 Release

ThinkFilm announced today a May 30 release for Stuart Gordon's Stuck (review), which is based on a true story. Brandi (Mena Suvari) hits Tom (Stephen Rea) with her car on her way home from a night of partying. With Tom still alive but lodged through her windshield, she promises to go a hospital but then decides to leave Tom to die in her garage as she realizes that her future is inextricably tied to her victim. Realizing this plan, Tom knows escape is his only chance for survival.

New Images From ‘My Name is Bruce’

Two new images appeared online this morning from Bruce Campbell's My Name is Bruce (trailer), which can be found inside. My Name Is Bruce is the tale of a small town set upon by demons after a group of teen-agers unwittingly unleash an ancient curse. Campbell, playing himself, is kidnapped off the set of a B horror movie and, despite his protestations that he's just an actor, is forced to play the role of his heroic movie character in order to save the town.

‘I Scream Man’ Gets Delayed… Never Shot

There's nothing worse than hyping the hell out of your film... and then not even shooting it. Nearly a year ago (June 2007) J.T. Mollne's The I Scream Man was announced, a pic that follows a vengeful ice cream vendor, driven by brutal memories from his twisted past, who wreaks bloody havoc on the small, seemingly innocent town of Hooper, California. Now word came down via star Crispin Glover that the film is delayed because of financial and legal wrangling. Read on for the skinny.

New Teaser Trailer For ‘Pathology’

This afternoon we were provided with the new teaser trailer for MGM's Pathology, which arrives in limited theaters on April 18. Head on over to BDTV to check it out. Written by Neveldine and Taylor, the story centers on a young intern (Milo Ventimiglia) who is studying pathology at Philadelphia's University Hospital and encounters an attractive but murderous group of colleagues who have devised a deadly game to see who among them can commit the perfect murder, while the others compete to determine the cause of death

TwitchFilm and Bloody-Disgusting Team-Up!

We have some very exciting news for you this morning - Bloody-Disgusting and the incredible TwitchFilm has decided to team-up to bring you even more horror goodness. Founder Todd Brown and I chatted a bit about the collaboration, which can be found inside. Twitch is best known for their insane coverage of international/foreign horror films and we're excited to bring more content to you gorehounds. Read on for the skinny.

OFFICIAL: Ellen Page Drops Out of ‘Drag Me to Hell’

We have confirmed this afternoon that young Oscar nominated star Ellen Page (Juno, Hard Candy) has dropped out of Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell and that they are currently re-casting the role. We're told that "she didn't like the latest draft of the script," which I;m sure is completely BS - I bet this is just a case of "I almost won an Oscar cold feet". Good riddance I say. Universal's film, which will be directed by Sam Raimi, is a morality tale about the unwitting recipient of a supernatural curse.