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Greetings Fango Fiends! Psycho Bunny here with another look back at the past seven days of deliciously blood-drenched horror goodness. While many of you will be plopped in front of the tele later today soaking your livers in alcohol, munching cheap snacks like a glutton on holiday, watching men fight over the inflatable pigskin, Pb will be enjoying Black Sunday instead. No, not the 1960 Mario Bava classic, but John Frankenheimer's 1977 film about an attack on the Superbowl. Sure it was Miami as opposed to Tampa Bay, but who cares about logistics? That said, let's delve into a look back at the past week in horror, broken down by category into easy to digest little nuggets of death!
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Neil Gaiman appeared on this morning’s Today Show to discuss Coraline, as well as his newly Newberry winning The Graveyard Book. Shortly before he went on air, Gaiman twittered that he had been given the go ahead to reveal who was set to write and direct a big screen adaptation of The Graveyard Book and once he was in the hot seat, he was good to his word.
Rather fantastically, the name he gave was none other than Neil Jordan.
Gaiman apparently confirmed on the show that Framestore, from here in good old Blighty, would be handling the FX. We already knew they were producing the film with the author, since an MTV interview of last year.
Much of Jordan’s work in, or at the cusp of, the fantasy genre shows a very distinct sensibility that still seems compatible with Gaiman’s, from The Company of Wolves to »
- Brendon Connelly
2 items from 2009
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