Features — 09 May 2012 » Written by
Lucas Mangum’s Horror Corner: APR 29 – MAY 5

Lucas Mangum’s Horror Corner is a weekly roundup of recent horror-related posts from around the web; a handy guide to the notable horror happenings of the past week.  Enjoy…

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Bloody Disgusting reports that Amber Heard (The Ward, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane) is set to be the lead in Subject 6, a thriller that’s described as being in the vein of The Matrix, Dark City, and Cube.

A ton of images were released for the forthcoming lesbian werewolf movie, Jack and Diane.  This film apparently divided audiences at the Tribeca Film Festival.  I’d be interested to see what all the talk is about.  I assure you my interest has nothing to do with lesbian werewolves… (Bloody Disgusting)

Warner Bros are sicking dinosaurs on L.A. in an as-yet-untitled scifi/action film.  That’s not very nice of them. (Deadline)

Fans awaiting the Dark Shadows release were treated to an exclusive featurette by Yahoo Movies.

Jennifer Lynch’s Chained was acquired by Anchor Bay and given an NC-17 for explicit violence (can’t remember the last time that happened).  Check the trailer over at Bloody Disgusting.

Filmmaker Robin Hardy talks The Wicker Tree and the legacy of The Wicker Man. (Bloody Disgusting)

Empire gave us the poster of the hilarious-looking A Fantastic Fear of Everything, starring the heroic Simon Pegg.

And it appears that just a little less than a month after the remake went into production, Award Pictures is shooting the third sequel to Evil Dead.  The problem is that they may not have the rights to it.  Yep, Sam Raimi’s suing, and who can blame him? (Hollywood Reporter)

Fangoria called its readers to submit titles for rejected horror movie sequels and yielded some funny results.

Fangoria interviewed Richard Lynch of Rob Zombie’s forthcoming Lords of Salem.

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Lucas Mangum is an author from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. His flash fiction has been published in Death Head Grin, MicroHorror, and his short story "Goblins" is available as an ebook. He also hosts the bi-monthly Awesome Reading Fests in Doylestown. Read his blog, The Dark Dimensions, or follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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