On tap right now is the first clip in promotion of writer/director Jessica Sonneborn’s supernatural horror flick Alice D, starring genre staple Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Hatchet), WWE wrestler Al Snow, and Juan Riedinger (Jennifer’s Body).
The new official poster with the first look at Alice has been released for writer/director Jessica Sonneborn’s supernatural horror flick Alice D, starring genre staple Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Hatchet), WWE wrestler Al Snow, and Juan Riedinger (Jennifer’s Body).
We told you about the new flick featuring Kane Hodder, Alice D, back in September; and right now we have the first official trailer for you. Check it out, and look for more on this one as soon as we get it!
Kane Hodder is one hell of a busy man, with a list of upcoming films on his IMDb page that's currently only a couple shy of twenty. One of those films is Alice D, which will transport the icon back in time, all the way to the 1800s.
Not to be confused with the upcoming Showtime series bearing the title “Penny Dreadful” or the After Dark HorrorFest entry of the same name, The Penny Dreadful Picture Show is a new horror anthology starring Sid Haig, Jeffrey Combs, and ex-wrestler Al Snow.
The horror-comedy Overtime: The Movie (review) starring Al Snow and John Wells is now available. One of the film's creators, Brain Cunningham, has just released insider details of how filmmakers can create their own film and get it into Walmart stores entitled How to Make a Movie for $2,700.
Okay, kids! Overtime: The Movie (review) releases to the masses on January 1, 2013, and fans will laugh until their eyes bleed in this latest sliver of horror/sci-fi lunacy.
Al Snow may not have quite reached the same superstar heights as many of his pro wrestling colleagues who have gone on to acting careers, but of late he has been quickly carving out his own niche as a b-movie star. From J.O.B. Squad to hit squad, Overtime casts the ex-grappler as a hitman contending with an alien parasite and the zombies it spawns.
I'm increasingly coming to the conclusion that The Wrestler was a pack of lies. Judging by the number of low budget horror movies starring pro wrestlers past their prime instead of being washed up and struggling to make ends meet, Randy the Ram would have been starring in a movie like The Legacy in place of Al Snow. From playing a crazy wrestler that came to the ring with a severed head to playing a crazy killer more likely to sever heads. A natural progression, I think.