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Dai Green presents her take on all things horror and beyond with views, reviews, and upcoming news on events and genre activities.

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FANS WEIGH IN: Do you think the new MUNSTERS remake will be any good? Good idea or bad idea?

NBC has announced that they have charged PUSHING UP DAISES creator Bryan Fuller to pen a pilot for their remake of the original 1960’s classic series THE MUNSTERS. NBC plans to make the show a “darker version” of the original campy sitcom to show “another side” of the family and what it is like to live in their world. The …

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FANS WEIGH IN: Should Tex Watson Be Paroled From Prison

Former “Right-hand man” and Manson follower Tex Watson is up for parole today for the 14th time since being convicted of the Tate/LeBianca murders in 1971. Originally sentenced to death, Watson’s sentence was commuted to Life In Prison after the death penalty was temporarily abolished in 1972. Watson’s legal team is asking for his release back to into society and …

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Special Live Podcast To Talk About The Release Of The WM3 – Michale Graves Will Be Special Guest

On the heels of all three men being released from the Arkansas Corrections, we will be having a special podcast to talk to people close to the case and get reactions from the people who have been following this case from day one. Michale Graves (Misfits) and Ange Vela (Skeleton Key Auctions) are the first to sign on to come …

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Judge Allows HANGOVER 2 To Be Released Into Theaters But Projects Tattoo Artist’s Lawsuit Will Stand

Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson attends a panel for the Animal Planet documentary "Taking on Tyson" during the Discovery Networks Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena, California January 6, 2011. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

I know this isn’t exactly horror but it IS a really important case to watch for all actors and film makers alike. Victor Whitmill is suing Warner Bros. over his copyrighted tattoo design/work being shown in the film without his expressed permission and asked a judge to delay the theatrical release. The judge denied his request, due to the financial …

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