I have a band. We’ve not played enough shows yet to really have a fanbase, but I hope when we do we don’t get a psycho stalking them and picking them off one by one. I mean, sure our band rocks (seriously, check it out here), but do rock and roll fans really deserve this kind of treatment?
The new indie film from Cut n’ Run Productions, Gone the Way of Flesh, sure seems to think so. It’s about a killer whose only target are groupies, and everytime the rock band The Jason Martinko Revue plays a show, more girls end up dead. Seems like it’d be a pretty easy cycle to break, but you try and ask a band to not play shows. See where that gets you.
Curious? Good, cause the film is playing this Friday, May 25th at Cefalo’s Night Club in Carnegie, PA. More info on the screening and the film in general is right here. If you can’t make it to the Hershey state never fear; Troma will be releasing Gone the Way of Flesh on a feature-packed DVD this fall. Gotta love Troma for getting behind all the weird shit out there!
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