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The minutes are ticking away until the 8th Annual Rock and Shock in Worcester, Massachusetts, and updates are starting to come fast and furiously (like an angry greyhound in heat). The festival is scheduled for October 14-16, and we've gotten word of two more guests being added to the already impressive list as well as a world premiere film. Read on, New Englanders. Like having the Red Sox and Patriots dominating their respective sports isn't enough. Now you get the most kickass horror convention in the Northeast as well. Well played, Worcester. Well played.
One of the East Coast's premier horror festivals, Rock and Shock, has announced its official ticket release date as well as some major musical acts that will be performing at the event. And you can bet your ass these guys will fit in perfectly at Rock and Shock.
So the 5th annual Rock and Shock convention in Worcester, MA has come and gone and I have to say, this show keeps getting better and better as its reputation grows and word spreads about it.
Take the Insane Clown Posse and former ECW wrestler Ravenm (also of WCW, WWE, RoH, TNA...) and put them in an Asylum mockbuster of the upcoming Death Race remake directed by the guy who did the blood-soaked Cemetery Gates and the seriously wacko Demons at the Door and what do you get? From the looks of the trailer for Death Racers: one seriously gonzo splatterfest.
It only figures that the Insane Clown Posse would find themselves in an asylum sooner or later. They are insane, aren't they? But this asylum is The Asylum, those masters of the motion picture mockbuster like Alien vs. Hunter and Snakes on a Train. Just this week they released Allan Quatermain and the Temple of Skulls; bet you can't guess what that's a mockbuster of.