It's time for Horror Bites -- your (semi) daily round-up of blood, guts, and torturous mayhem from around the web:

Variety reports that Platinum Dunes and Paramount are joining forces to bring flicks like The Butcherhouse Chronicles to the big screen.

According to Fangoria, now's your chance to meet John Landis. He will be attending screenings of An American Werewolf in London this month in Manhattan.

Showtime is now animating Dexter for a new webisode series.

Could Zombieland spawn 12 sequels? Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick talk to io9 about how the project was originally a series, and there are lots of ideas left untapped.

Bloody Disgusting chats with Lars von Trier -- the man behind Antichrist and the super-creepy old foreign TV series, The Kingdom.

The lovely Jen Yamato (also of Cinematical) runs down her list of traumatizingly scary movies for FEARnet.

Arrow in the Head reports new release dates. The Roommate is now slated to hit screens a little earlier on September 17, 2010, while Priest will take the now-vacated October 1, 2010 slot.

A new documentary will help culture you in all things U.S. horror. Check out the trailer for Nightmares in Red, White and Blue over at Quiet Earth.