Hackers interrupted the airing of a very special episode of the "Steve Wilkos" show (Teen Cheaters Take Lie Detectors!) on KRTV in Montana to release an emergency message to warn viewers of an impending zombie attack!

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Deadline has revealed a pair of (relative) newcomers who'll be the leads in the upcoming pilot based on Reuben Fleischer's "Zombieland," and I can't believe this thing is really happening.

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TV Line is reporting that the two actresses will be returning to the present day-set third season of the FX series "American Horror Story" .

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While chatting about his new film "Would You Rather" with Topless Robot, genre legend Jeffrey Combs dropped some info on the long-discussed fourth "Re-Animator" movie, the proposed "House of Re-Animator" which would've seen Dr. Herbert West (Combs) dropping in the President of the Untied States to re-animate the corpse of a Dick Cheney-esque Vice President.

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Giant spiders, teens trapped in a hellish "Groundhog Day," vampire romance, and more are coming to South By Southwest's late-night genre program.

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Writer-director Rob Zombie channels everyone from Polanski to Argento in the latest trailer for "The Lords of Salem."

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Want to own a very awesome part of horror movie history? Got $2.1 million? If so, you could own Nancy Thompson's house from "A Nightmare on Elm Street" Parts 1, 2 and "New Nightmare"

The three bedroom home in West Hollywood was built in 1919, and has a swimming pool full of blood (with a badly burned, constantly quipping lifeguard), and a guest house/boiler room full of torture devices in the rear.

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"John Dies At the End" is in limited release from Magnolia Pictures. You can find out if it's coming to your city with this handy list Alternately, you can watch the movie via your favorite VOD service.

In a few ways, director Don Coscarelli's adaptation of David Wong's novel "John Dies At the End" is imperfect--it's too short, for one thing, and a major character is given short shrift as a result. But these are the complaints of someone who wanted even more of this strange world of sentient drugs and surreal-comic horrors cropping up in a small unnamed town. In that way, "John Dies At the End" is a success: it's created a world that's so interesting, that by the end of its brief running time, you're wishing for another trip there.

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The sketch performer talks about going intense and dark in this Internet-themed horror flick from director Michael J. Gallagher.

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In a chat with Crave Oneline, WWE president Michael Luisi said the wrestling organization's genre movie production wing WWE Films, in conjunction with Lionsgate, is planning to relaunch the "Leprechaun" franchise, anchored by WWE's resident lucky charm Dylan "Hornswoggle" Postl. And, according to Luisi, the film will break free from both "Da Hood" and "Da Space", taking on the darker, more actually horrific tone of the Jennifer Aniston-starring original, saying:

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"John Dies At the End" stars Rob Mayes (John), Chase Williamson (Dave), and Allison Weissman (Amy)

Writer-director and jack-of-all-trades indie filmmaker has been making some variation of "John Dies At the End" for 30-odd years now. Or, that's to say, the works of Coscarelli are imprinted in the DNA of David Wong's cult novel turned film. The man who created Phantasm, flying silver murder orbs, killer robed dwarves, and the seemingly immortal Tall Man was an obvious match for the material when the question of who would bring Wong's book to the screen.

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This Friday sees the long-in-coming national release of "John Dies At the End," the horror-comedy feature from Don Coscarelli. And one of the performers joining Coscarelli in his latest foray in indie horror is the award winning actor Paul Giamatti who also serves as executive producer on the film.

We've talked up "JDATE" quite a bit here at MTV Geek, but this was our chance to talk to the man who effortless occupied the Revolutionary era shoes of John Adams about hanging out in a grubby Chinese place as a reporter and hearing a story about meat monsters, killer botflies, and of course, Soy Sauce.

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Brazil-based Deviant Artist thurZ, aka Arthur Mask, created these brilliant, cartoony renditions of our favorite horror icons. These pieces capture the ugliness and terror that each character inspires, yet they bring out the inherent charm that makes these gents the heartwarming monsters that they are to horror hounds. It's work like this that makes us realize why we love these guys in the first place.

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In 1978 Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell produced a 30 minute horror film called "Within the Woods," which has served as the pre-cursor to the duo's legendary "Evil Dead." Initially, the film was meant to be a trailer that was to be used to coax investors - mostly local Michigan dentists and wealthy types - to cough up enough dough so the hungry filmmakers could produce a full-length terror extravaganza. They eventually netted $1600 and produced "Within the Woods" using many of the creative shortcuts and abusive (to Bruce Campbell) techniques that folks have come to expect from Sam Raimi's ultra creative output.

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You can get a healthy argument started among film geeks about "Psycho's" denouement, that curious scene where a psychiatrist breaks down Norman's psychoses for the audience and the mild-mannered hotel clerk/serial killer stares into the camera. Some argue it's a case of Hitchcock telling too much after showing so well in the nearly perfect thriller. Now, extrapolate that to a feature film, a movie where every character is not only hypothesizing about the motives and feelings of a would-be killer, but the villain himself gives away the plot through tortured speeches and jittery, speed-ramped flashbacks.

That's "The House At the End of the Street" in a nutshell, a thriller that believes its audience is as brainless as it is, shot with a mix of excessive style and pore-revealing closeups, with a central mystery whose tension is more or less undone within the first half hour, and worse, wasting Jennifer Lawrence and Elisabeth Shue in an embarrassing mess.

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