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Back in November I did a story about a potentially cool little horror flick that I stumbled upon while web surfing called Succubus: Hell Bent (read it here). The film deals with Adam, a womanizing child of privilege on college spring break in Cancun whose player ways finally catch up with him when one of the sexy babes he had a one-night stand with down there follows him back home to Los Angeles and begins going all Fatal Attraction on him.

He’s got even bigger problem than just finding bunnies boiled on the stove; the young woman turns out to be Lilith, a bloodthirsty fallen angel who clearly doesn’t like being just another notch on some guy’s bedpost. After becoming the prime suspect when his friends and loved ones begin turning up dead, Adam has to turn to a mysterious stranger who may be able to give him the know-how to deal with his succubus problem.

Succubus: Hell Bent stars newcomer Robert L. Mann as Adam (does his character sound like someone we’re supposed to be rooting for?) and former Coors Light Girl Natalie Denise Sperl as the titular succubus (whom I’m rooting for in this case!). A couple of recognizable names appear such as In Case of Emergency‘s Kelly Hu as the LAPD Homicide Detective investigating the body count, B-movie vet David Keith as Adam’s billionaire father, and the living legend Lorenzo Lamas as a flight instructor who I’m guessing will experience an explosive, succubus-induced death.

As I stated in the original article, “Here’s what’s so great about this premise. You’ve got this demonic succubus who’s been walking amongst us for eons and yet she can still get duped by a horny spring-breaker just looking to score. That’s awesome!” You know what else is awesome? The mysterious succubus-busting stranger is played by Gary Busey. That should make for some entertaining insanity.

And the most awesome thing of all – Universal will be releasing Succubus: Hell Bent to DVD on April 17th. Woohoo!

No word yet on what if any extras will be included on the DVD, but if the fun stuff found on the Succubus website are any indication, there could be some worthwhile goodies. I strongly recommend heading over to the film’s website, checking out the trailer, and then, assuming you’re not at work or somewhere you might get in trouble for doing so, play the first person shooter game where you use a video camera and a mystical firearm to fight off the succubus’ floating head while trying to get a variety of bikini girls to go wild and pop their tops. What else do you have to do on a Friday?

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ALIEN Day Gets Emotional With This In Memoriam Video

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As we all know, April 26 is Alien Day. A reference to LV-426, the planet from both Alien and Aliens, today has been a celebration of the 20th Century Fox franchise that began in 1979 with director Ridley Scott and writer Dan O’Bannon’s screenplay. For nearly 40 years, the Xenomorph has terrorized audiences in multiple films, dozens of comics, plenty of video games, and more merchandise than pretty much any home could ever hope to store. But while we flood our timelines with the joy of celebrating this storied sci-fi/horror franchise, we should also take a moment to remember those that we have lost along the way.

It’s with this in mind that Job Willins has created a stirring and beautiful “In Memoriam” for the characters throughout the films whose lives have tragically been cut short either by an alien being or through their own stupidity. Yes, I’m looking at you scientists from both Prometheus and Alien: Covenant.

So let’s bow our heads and lend our thoughts to the poor souls who have died so that Weyland-Yutani’s shares could go up a quarter of a percent.

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Nice! Guess Who Replaces Clarence Williams III in Tales from the Hood 2?

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Keith David

One of the most underrated horror anthologies out there is Darin Scott’s Tales From the Hood. I love the film and so I’m excited as… wait for it… hell for the upcoming sequel.

And speaking of Tales from the Hood 2, today we have some killer updates in the form of a new behind-the-scenes shot and a new piece of classic casting.

First, we have news that Clarence Williams III will not be returning for this new film (he’s retired from acting) but today we learned via our very own podcast #Brainwaves that none other than Kieth David is taking over the role!

Nice! I’m all over this casting update and I think Keith David is positively going to… wait for it… kill it once the film hits. I mean I would have said that Clarence Williams III was irreplaceable yesterday, but now? You can’t argue with Mr. Keith David.

Next, an image from the film straight from director Darin Scott himself who took to Facebook to post the image below along with the caption: “I just got back from New Orleans, where I shot my latest film. Here is a picture from my seance scene. Time to turn down the lights and turn up the scares!🙂 #talesfromthehood2

Are you as excited as I am for Tales from the Hood 2? Make sure to let us know what you think in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

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Universal Orlando Unveils HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS House Dead Exposure: Patient Zero

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A few weeks ago, Universal announced that they would be introducing a Stranger Things maze at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights in their Hollywood, Singapore, and Orlando locations. Today, the Orlando location has revealed another one of their treats – or would it be a trick? – in the form of their haunted house attraction “Dead Exposure: Patient Zero”.

The world doesn’t get any darker. The planet has been infected with the ultimate pandemic. A ghoulish biological outbreak is turning swaths of humanity into a plague of vicious, swarming zombies. In a flash, you’re lost in darkness—but the zombies can still see you, and soon your growing unease will turn to screams and despair. If you’re not already afraid of the dark, you will be.

You can watch a promo video for the house below. If you want to know more about Halloween Horror Nights, check out our write-up.

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