Earlier this year, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst directed Pulp Fiction and Saturday Night Fever actor John Travolta in the thriller called The Fanatic. And today it turns out the Travolta thinks a whole hell of a lot about his
When I first heard that Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst had written and directed a horror movie, I confess my knee-jerk reaction was less than objective. “Is he doing it all for the nookie?” I asked myself? Having just seen The Fanatic, however,
We've been following The Fanatic, directed by Limp Bizkit frontman Fed Durst from a screenplay co-scribed by Dave Bekerman, since the project was still being called Moose--a long time! Today, we've finally got a trailer to share with you all!
Fred Durst (yes, Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit) wrote and directed a horror movie based on autobiographical experiences. Previously titled Moose, The Fanatic was supposed to premiere at Cannes this week, but the screening was canceled when star John Travolta
A couple of days ago, our friends at Bloody Disgusting landed some choice photos of John Travolta playing "Moose" in an autobiographical horror movie written and directed by Fred Durst. (Yes, that Fred Durst). Now, the horror hub is exclusively
Fred Durst wrote and directed a horror movie. Yes, that Fred Durst, the frontman of 90s rap-rockers Limp Bizkit, the guy who did it all for the nookie. Not only has Durst made a horror movie, but it's also based