-- Cameron Romero -- yes, zombie maestro George A. Romero's son -- has a new film on the horizon, 'Radical.' Three American press members are held captive by an arrogant, techno-savvy terrorist who is targeting the US government. Tom Sizemore stars. Romero told Dread Central, "when the uprising in Egypt started, a light bulb went off," and the real horrors happening around the world became the inspiration for his new film. 'Radical' is set for a March release and has a brand new one-sheet.

-- Girly Korean pop stars battle a curse during the making of their newest single. Bloody-Disgusting has all the latest images from 'White.'

-- Arrow Video always does a bang-up job on their DVD releases, and their first multi-film box set from Brian Yuzna's Fantastic Factory is loaded with a smorgasbord of zombies, demons, spiders, werewolves and other goodies. The movies included are: 'Beyond Re-Animator,' 'Faust: Love of the Dead,' 'Romasanta' and 'Arachnid.' Pay Jeffrey Combs and the gang another visit on April 18th.

-- If you've ever wondered what a claymation version of 'The Exorcist' looked like -- done in 60 seconds and designed by a UK artist -- watch the clip below. It's like 'Wallace and Gromit' meets Satan.



-- If you loved the gory shenanigans of Tommy Wirkola's 'Dead Snow,' then be prepared for his next film, 'Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters' to bring the red stuff in glorious 3D on March 2, 2012. MGM is co-financing the project and wants to set the Grimm's fairy tale in a three-dimensional universe, which takes place 15 years after the siblings' adventures at the notorious gingerbread house. Brother and sister have grown up and regrouped as bounty hunters tracking supernatural entities. Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton and Famke Jannsen will star.

-- What do you get when you combine Tyler Mane (Rob Zombie's Michael Myers), 'Sleepy Hollow' and a headless outlaw biker? Mane's latest project, 'Chopper,' of course. A teaser trailer has arrived for the comic-inspired "online horror experience." Madness and gore await you below. Let's hope it's better than Nic Cage's 'Ghost Rider.'