It's time for Horror Bites -- your (semi) daily round-up of blood, guts, and torturous mayhem from around the web.
- --Universal Networks joins E1 Entertainment to help bring Stephen King's Haven to TV, according to Variety.
- --Final Girl explores the "tortilla of boredom" that is Frankie Avalon (yes, of Frankie & Annette fame) and the horror of Blood Song.
- --Zombie Nightmare man John Fasano has a new zombie web series called Wake Up Dead, starring Jon Heder. (My run-down on Cinematical.)
- --FEARnet has picked their Top 10 horror sequels ... do you agree with their choices?
- --Get ready to say hello to the man with the boom stick -- Bruce Campbell has joined Fangoria's Trinity of Terrors, which will take place in Vegas at the end of the month.
- --Bloody Disgusting shares some blood and violence in a clip from Law Abiding Citizen.
- --Thomas Jane recently talked to MTV and relayed how a moment of filmmaking nervousness revealed a path of mentor moments stretching back to Clint Eastwood and Don Siegel.