Both Adam Green and Joe Lynch have made no secret of their man love for Twisted Sister's Dee Snider and the influence his music had on their lives growing up. Now with their new show for FEARnet, "Holliston", the boys are getting to live out a dream! Dig it!
As further proof that you just can't have too much Green, actor Seth tweeted some news today about shooting a scene in director Adam's new series for FEARnet, "Holliston", in which the latter also stars with Joe Lynch, Dee Snider, Laura Ortiz, Corri English, and Oderus Urungus. Seth shared a photo of himself and Adam from the set and provided a great caption for it, too. Not to be outdone, Lynch also posted a photo of himself with the Greens on his Twitter feed.
FEARnet, cable television’s premier horror, thriller and suspense channel, announced today it has added Dee Snider (Twisted Sister, Strangeland, radio/television personality) and Oderus Urungus (lead singer from legendary heavy metal band GWAR) to the cast of its first original production, "Holliston".
A year has passed since we last reported on Dee Snider's Strangeland II: Disciple. At that time the film was set to start shooting in Cleveland and casting had started for extras. Now, however, it looks like the sequel ain't happening.
Cody Blue Snider, who's considered an auteur for "Generation Naught" due to his hands-on approach to all aspects of production, dropped us a line today with the poster art and some early details on his new short film "All That Remains". He's in the process of cutting a trailer now so keep your eyes peeled for that soon as well.
Twelve years ago we were exposed to the twisted mind of Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider when he unleashed Strangeland, the tale of a sadist named Captain Howdy who uses chat rooms to lure unsuspecting teens to his lair so that he can torture and murder them while employing his body modification rituals. Snider wrote and starred in the film. A sequel was greenlit back in 1998 but had not come to fruition, until now.
There's been a lot of talk regarding Strangeland II: Disciple that has been going on for a really long time. Finally some of it comes straight from the mouth of Captain Howdy himself!
For the contingent out there who have been dying for more information on Strangeland: Disciple, the sequel we last told you about last week, Dee Snider has dropped all sorts of information about it in the laps of Fangoria, and we’re sharing it with you.
Blabbermouth is reporting that Dee Snider’s long awaited sequel to his torture-epic Strangeland has been green lighted for production later this year.
Every now and then we get these cryptic e-mails from people trying to drum up interest in some indie venture or another, but very rarely do they ever turn out to be anything.