In what may be one of the cooler horror team-ups in quite a while, scream queen Danielle Harris will be joining forces with Joe Dante for an all new horror flick called CAMP COLD BLOOD. The new movie is coming our way from director Andy Palmer (THE FUNHOUSE MASSACRE) and writer Alex Carl. Chad Micheal Murray (HOUSE OF WAX) will co-star. Harris is, of course, best known for multiple roles in the HALLOWEEN series and Dante for helming such classics as GREMLINS. What do you think of the film so far?
WHITTIER >> No gas stations sell hard liquor in this city and that’s not going to change after a recent vote by the City Council, rejecting a request by an Arco gasoline station owner at 13010 Lambert Road to sell such spirits. In June, the city’s Planning Commission denied a request to sell hard liquor from Sonu and Tony Corp., which owns the station, so the company appealed to the City Council. The station is licensed to sell beer and wine.
Let me start this off by saying that you may need to take this post with an extra big grain of salt. The news comes to us from a site I was not familiar with and with a little fact-checking, it seems that the site has somewhat the reputation of rumors. But all of that out of the way, today we have some very interesting news that the upcoming remake of Dario Argento's classic SUSPIRIA is going to be almost 3 hours long! Crazy, right?
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