Glenn Danzig’s Verotika Trailer Is Even Crazier Than Expected
The first Verotika The NSFW trailer finally landed. Glenn Danzig fans who couldn't make it to the premieres have been waiting since last summer to see pictures. The film is based on the Danzig comic line and will be available on video-on-demand services on February 25, with a Blu-ray scheduled for March 3. Verotika has been hailed as the horror version of The Room which means she is well on its way to becoming a cult.
Verotika premiered at the Chicago Cinepocalypse last summer and Glenn Danzig was there, later speaking to the audience and addressing the laughs the film received. Danzig did not expect people to laugh at his exorbitant horror film, but there was a lot of laughter where it was not supposed to be, which is why it was compared to The Room by Tommy Wiseau. "You laughed at things that I shouldn't have laughed at," he said. From there, discussions began to quickly spread over Danzig's horror film So-bad-it & # 39; s-good and the hype to get it out of the charts. Unfortunately, there weren't many opportunities to see the project.
The NSFW trailer for Verotika gives fans an idea of what to expect and it's all there. From metal riffs to bad montages, Glenn Danzig seems determined to prove that he made a classic cult of horror, even if it seems very involuntary, but it is usually at that time. that the best cult classics are made. There are albino spiders, crosses, face swapping, blood, girls, riffs, screams, more blood, more girls and a lot of dubious actor performances. And this is just a two-minute trailer.
For all those who think that the worst critics of Verotika discourage Glenn Danzig from making another film, you died badly. The musician / director has finished working on his western spaghetti vampire, which is entitled Death Rider In The House Of Vampires . In addition to Devon Sawa, the film is expected to have a bunch of appearances. Danzig had this to say about the upcoming project.
"We just finished my western spaghetti vampire. It's very different [from Verotika ] of course, because there are no comics to follow. So we had enough freedom in the film … All the characters have a traditional vampire name and a traditional western name … Many guest cameos – friends came in and made a few appearances in the film. It is, again, based on European cinema. "
Cleopatra Entertainment released Verotika by the writer and director Glenn Danzig , who also provided the score. The project marks Danzig's debut achievement and is a horror anthology that compiles stories from his line of comic books of the same name. The stories focus on horror content often of a sexual and violent nature and usually starring lightly dressed female protagonists. It stars Rachel Alig, Alice Haig, Natlia Borowsky, Sean Kanan, Scotch Hopkins, Ashley Wisdom and Kayden Kross.
Verotika is just the beginning of Glenn Danzig, who also recently found the Misfits for very lucrative live shows. Thanks to the money pier that is earned there, Danzig will be able to continue to produce albums and films for the rest of his life. Fortunately, we don't have to wait too long to see if Verotika ends up becoming the classic cult for which it is intended. You can watch the trailer for the film above, via the Cleopatra Entertainment YouTube channel.