GLENN DANZIG To Begin Shooting His Second Feature Film In October

GLENN DANZIG To Begin Shooting His Second Feature Film In October

Glenn Danzig will begin shooting his next movie in October. It will be the follow-up to his "Verotika" feature film directorial debut, which received its premiere in June.

Speaking to Bionic Buzz on the red carpet of Monday night's (September 16) premiere of Rob Zombie's new thriller "3 From Hell" at Vista Theatre in Los Angeles, Danzig said about his next project (see video below): "It's a vampire spaghetti western. We're in pre-production right now, and we start shooting next month."

Glenn previously spoke about his upcoming movie during a question-and-answer session three months ago at at the Cinepocalypse festival in Chicago. He said: "The soundtrack has been done for two years and, of course, it sounds almost exactly like an Ennio Morricone soundtrack. I think I'm actually going to do a small part in it too. Everybody in the movie is a vampire. So, you won't have to wait around to see the vampire. They're all fucking vampires."

When it debuted at the Cinepocalypse festival in Chicago, "Verotika" was compared by some reviewers to Tommy Wiseau's "The Room", the so-bad-it's-amazing drama which is considered one of the worst movies ever made.

"If you do something you love, it's difficult," Danzig said at Cinepocalypse. "On a movie set, there are tons of problems that happen that you would never foresee. So, you have to hit the ground running… Right from the start, it was very clear we're not making a Hollywood movie. A lot of my influences and the different films I like, especially European films, you can see them in here, and, lighting, colors, it's much different from a movie you will see nowadays."

"Verotika" stars Alice Haig, Ashley Wisdom, Kayden Kross, Natalia Borowsky, Rachel Alig, Scotch Hopkins and Sean Kanan. The film also features a cameo appearance from Caroline Williams of "Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2" fame.

Cleopatra Entertainment will release "Verotika" on VOD at Halloween.

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