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Episode 51

Liners to come.

Episode 51 of “Library of the Living Dead”

We got some cool ass stuff for you Good Librarians in this here episode. Absolutely. And there's a suprise towards the end of this two hour podcast that's just gonna kick your undead ass. Here's what you'll find: Intro by Good Librarian Aldon Steve Cain's "Zombie" Nickie Rivers "The New Commandment" "Rise and Walk" ... or is it? Nathan Tucker's "Eve of the Dead" Chapter 7 (part) CoronaZombie's "Pineville: Massacre of the Undead" Chapter 8 WZOM: "Zombie News YOU Can Use" David Moody's "Autumn" Chapter 4 Stephen A. North's "Beneath The Mask" Chapter 24 A very special surprise of something, well, very special! Crummy Comments Outsong by "The Devilz in the Detailz" called "Cemetary Street" I hope you like the podcast with all of it's new production values. Undead love, Dr. Pus

Official Darren Bousman Blog Launched: New ‘Repo!’ Image, ‘Saw V’ Talk!

We're proud to announce that joining the official Platinum Dunes page is now the official Darren Bousman Blog, where you can interact directly with the writer-director who has become a household name in the horror genre. Bousman is the man behind SAW II, SAW III, SAW IV, Lionsgate's upcoming REPO! THE GENETIC OPERA and an up coming episode of FEAR ITSELF entitled "New Year's Day". Keep your eyes over at the official spot for new images, blogs, announcements and confirmation on crazy rumors that spread throughout the land. If you head on over there now you can read an introductory piece and check out a brand new pic of Bill Moseley and Ogre in REPO! Talk directly to the director - feel free to leave comments under the bog posts as Bousman WILL be reading them!

HorrorHound Pittsburgh: See ‘Wicked Lake’ & ‘Machine Girl’ for FREE!

We have a huge announcement this afternoon - joining THE MOTHER OF TEARS Uncut at this month's HorrorHound Weekend in Pittsburgh (June 20-22) is Chris Sivertson's exploitation film Wicked Lake and the gore-filled Japanese film Machine Girl. All films will be 100% FREE with every paid admission to the convention, click here for a list of all films playing. Also, don't forget that the Alamo Drafthouse is hosting a very special screening of DAWN OF THE DEAD inside Monroeville Mall! Check out the official website for guest info, ticket info and more! See you there!

Toy Review: Living Dead Dolls ‘Gypsy’

Mezco Toyz recently announced the arrival of Living Dead Dolls Series 15. These sweetly twisted, irresistible dead dolls from beyond by creators Ed Long and Damien Glonek keep you dying for more. This series includes Death the dastardly reaper with his scythe, Bathory, the blood thirsty countess, and their friends Judas, Flamingo, and Gypsy. Inside you can read our review of Gypsy and see what all the hype is about.

‘Where the Wild Things Are’ Preps for Reshoots

After the debacle that ensued back in February (read about it at CHUD), we learned that Warner Bros. Pictures is scheduled to do reshoots on Spike Jonze's Where the Wild Things Are in Los Angeles from June 5-30. It is unclear how much is being reshot, but there are new casting calls out for various stand-in roles. After a rash of test screenings this past February, it was reported that WB would be retooling - if not completely reshooting the adaptation of the popular kids book, which follows of Max, a rebellious young boy who runs away from home after a fight with his mother and finds himself in a forest where the wild things roam.

May 31, Twin Apes of Good and Evil

When I was young and watched creature features on TV, I remember watching a monster movie about these two almost ape looking monsters that grew up to

May 31, DVD Cover Has Bloody Tears

There is a DVD movie cover that has a picture of a girls's face, the background is all black and she is crying blood. When I would see this box when

May 31, Psuedo- Zombie Film from Late 2007

I remember this movie, a psuedo-zombie, I believe Romero movie that came out in late 07, early 08. It's about a town that gets quarantined (yeah,

May 31, The Strangers Horror Movie Review by BHM: A mastery of old-fashioned fright!

The Strangers is not to be missed, whether you are a fan of bone-chilling suspense or out- and-out gore. First time writer-director Bryan Bertino captures the viewer from the onset and doesn't let go.

Official Synopsis for Raimi’s ‘Drag Me to Hell’

This afternoon Universal Pictures provided Bloody-Disgusting with the full official synopsis for Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell, which stars Alison Lohman, Justin Long, Jessica Lucas, Dileep Rao, Lorna Raver, David Paymer, Adriana Barraza,Fernanda Romero, Reggie Lee, Alex Veadov, Bojana Novakovic and Bill E. Roger. Raimi calls it a 'spook-a-blast,' a wild ride with all the chills and spills that 'Evil Dead' delivered, without relying on the excessive violence of that film. Filming has begin in Los Angeles, CA.

Episode 89 of the Midnight Podcast (05-30-08)

Episode 89 of the Midnight Podcast 26 min and 00 sec (05-30-08):


This week on the Midnight Podcast.......


- Zombie Movie Review

* Zombie Campout (2002) review by Root Rot and very special guest reviewer

* Automaton Transfusion (2006) by Corey Graham


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’30 Days of Night’ Sequel in the Works

Speaking of Steve Niles, we learned last night that Ghost House Pictures is looking to produce the sequel to his long-gestured adaptation to 30 Days of Night, only this time the film is planned for a direct-to-DVD/Blu-ray release. No word yet on writers or a director, but we'll let you know as soon as word comes in. The first was set in the isolated town of Barrow, Alaska, in the extreme northern hemisphere, which is plunged into complete darkness annually for an entire month. When most of the inhabitants head south for the winter, a mysterious group of strangers appear: bloodthirsty vampires, ready to take advantage of the uninterrupted darkness to feed on the town's residents. As the night wears on, Barrow's Sheriff Eben, his estranged wife Stella, and an ever-shrinking group of survivors must do anything they can to last until daylight.

Niles’ ‘Wake the Dead’ Alive and Kicking!

Horror comic book legend Steve Nile revealed on his blog this week that the adaptation to his Wake the Dead is still alive and kicking with Jay Russell now attached to the project. Originally announced by Dimension Films, Niles' vision is still looking for a new home, hopefully we'll hear something soon! Based on Niles' comic book, the supernatural series is a retelling of the Frankenstein legend in the style of cult favorites THE CROW and DARKMAN. You can check out a montage of the comic by reading on.

awesome movie poster friday- the MARIO BAVA edition PART 2!