A week ago I was introduced to the Horror film title generator, and since then my mind’s been aflutter with the great movie titles you all sent in, titles worthy of Oscars, or at the very least Spike’s Scream Awards. But now I dare say I have something better, something geeky and video game related, and something that promises to take up even more of my time. Let me introduce you to… drumroll please… Call of Duty: Burrito Warfare.
Sadly, Call of Duty isn’t actually diving into food warfare, Burrito Warfare was just the first title the new Video Game Title Generator threw at me (followed by Premium Chimp Hysteria). So I’m going to ask more from you than I ever have, or at least more from you than I have for a week. I want you to trot on over to the game title generator, click that little create button, and return to me with the results. And again, the prize is my undying love and affection, only this time I’ll also blow you a little kiss. I’m feeling generous. READ MORE
Bloody Disgusting has exclusively learned that as of this writing the Sam Raimi Ghost House Pictures-produced Dibbuk Box is prepping for release under the title Possession, a pretty generic title if you ask this writer. (There’s already the 2009 direct-to-disc thriller starring Sarah Michelle Gellar named Possession and Blair Witch Project director Eduardo Sanchez’s The Possession also in post — not to mention my screwed up brain immediately associating the title with Repossessed starring Leslie Nielsen and Linda Blair.)
Deep into post-production, the Ole Bornedal-directed horror starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Kyra Sedgwick, Madison Davenport, Natasha Calis will arrive in theaters January 6, 2012, via Lionsgate.
“Morgan will star as a recently divorced father whose youngest daughter becomes strangely connected to an antique wooden box she purchased at a yard sale. As his daughter’s behavior becomes more erratic, the father senses a dark presence building until he discovers that the box was built to contain a dibbuk — a dislocated spirit that inhabits and ultimately devours its human host.”
We’ll update you when/if this becomes official.
Not many people know this, but until I turned 16 and realized how god awful I am at telling people what to do (a very important strength for directors), I was well on my way to becoming the next John Carpenter. Well, I suppose I would’ve been more of a Uwe Boll, really. Unfortunately, my half-finished zombie flick was missing some crucial elements like a decent script, since everything was written by yours truly and many of you know how loose my grasp on this whole writing thing is. The movie was also called Biohazard, and yes, I was inspired by Resident Evil’s japanese title. However, I’m positive my movie would’ve been a success if I had this fantastic invention to give me a better title, like the one you can see below.
Yeah, I totally would’ve used that. That’s the type of title that gets Michael Bay money, and it’s all thanks to Generator Land’s Horror Movie Title Generator. The best thing about this, other than the hilarious titles it comes up with, is it requires no effort on your part to use. That’s critical for lazy bastards such as myself. So I’m going to ask something of you all: check it out and come back here so you can share the title it gave you in the comments. The person with the best title gets my undying love and affection. READ MORE