Horror icons Michael Berryman, Bill Moseley and Kane Hodder have united for DEAD afterlife.
Genre icons Michael Berryman (pictured above), Kane Hodder, and Bill Moseley have been working together quite frequently in recent years, either in pairs or with all three of them in the same film. The latest project to involve all three...Show More Summary
Many actors have played deceased madman Charles Manson, including Steve Railsback in Helter Skelter (’76), Marcelo Games in The Manson Family, Jeremy Davies in Helter Skelter (’04), and most recently, Evan Peters in “American Horror Story: Cult.” One actor who has become somewhat synonymous with Manson, while never actually playing him, is Bill Moseley, who starred in […]
Rob Zombie has a knack for giving great roles to iconic actors in the horror space, and The Devil’s Rejects is loaded with them. To name just a few, Ken Foree, Michael Berryman and of course, Bill Moseley, are all prominently featured in Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses sequel, but one horror legend turned down […]
Bill Moseley is best known for his killer character Otis -- opposite Sid Haig and Sheri Moon Zombie -- in Rob Zombie's twisted fright films "Devil's Rejects" and "House of 1000 Corpses." Guess what he looks like now!
The Devil’s Rejects, arguably Rob Zombie‘s best film, ended in a hail of bullets that gave homage to Bonnie and Clyde. In the scene, Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), Otis (Bill Moseley), and Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie) drive directly into a shootout that ends all of their lives. Yet, Zombie plans to resurrect them. Bloody Disgusting has […]
Fellow horror icon Michael Berryman also stars! Not only is Bill Moseley reuniting with Sig Haig for the forthcoming Cynthia, but he’s also re-teamed with Old 37 co-star Kane Hodder for horror-comedy Shed of the Dead. The 7DM Studios film, described as “Shaun of the Dead for the post Walking Dead generation,” was shot in the UK last […]
Horror icons Bill Moseley and Sid Haig damn sure made magic together in both House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects, and we’ve just learned that they’ve re-teamed for an upcoming horror film titled Cynthia! The film is complete, set for release next year. Check out the first images below. “Cynthia is about the […]
One of the upcoming horror films near the top of my radar is Chris Sun’s Boar, centered on a massive, rampaging pig and starring John Jarratt (Wolf Creek) and Bill Moseley. Recently picked up for distribution by Universal Pictures Australia, Boar will be opening Australia’s Monster Fest film festival on November 23, 2017. Check out your […]
Ginger Knight Entertainment is in the final stages of post-production on director Haynze Whitmore’s Crepitus, starring horror icon Bill Moseley as a killer clown. We exclusively shared the new Crepitus trailer with you back in September, and now we’ve got our hands on the brand new poster art. Check it out below. Crepitus is expected to be […]
Second Trailer Released for Crepitus Starring Bill Moseley A second trailer has been released for Crepitus starring Bill Moseley. Parents protect your kids from this child-eating clown. Synopsis:... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Bill Moseley stars as the heinous creepy clown Crepitus in a new trailer for the horror thriller.
Sid Haig had all the fun playing a scary clown in House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects, but costar Bill Moseley takes up the mantle in Haynze Whitmore’s upcoming Crepitus. Ginger Knight Entertainment is in the final stages of post production, and they’ve shared with us a brand new trailer today. Crepitus is […]
The horror icon has a long, interesting history with the Chainsaw franchise. One of the great things about The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 is that it introduced the world to Bill Moseley, whose Chop Top instantly became an iconic horror villain in his own right. How did Moseley land the role? Story goes that Tobe Hooper […]
One of the best things about Tobe Hooper's crazy-ass sequel to his original mad and macabre rural nightmare THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE is Bill Moseley's classic turn as Chop-Top. Being that THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 just turned 31 years old, Mr. Show More Summary
Lick my plate, you dog dick! For his 1986 sequel, Tobe Hooper ditched the gritty realism of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and fully embraced the gore and over-the-top madness that was dominating the landscape of the genre at the time. The result was The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, a huge departure that has gone […]
From Franky Films and Spectropia Pictures/Rail City Media comes their first-ever feature film production, WOODLAND GREY. Director/writer of the feature, Adam Reider, has put together a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the project, which earned 15% of its goal in less than a 48 hour span! Read the sinister synopsis below: Woodland Grey is a […]
For those who might not know, Adam Reider an award-winning short filmmaker looking to finance his first feature called WOODLAND GREY, which has just attracted genre-legend Bill Moseley for a starring role! Moseley would play WilliamShow More Summary
What if I told you a horror icon and a metal legend teamed up to form a kick-ass super group? Is that something you might be interested in? Well, in case you didn’t know already, Bill Moseley (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, House of 1,000 Corpses, Devil’s Rejects) and Phil Anselmo (Pantera, Down, Superjoint) formed a […]
Bill Moseley plays a clown. A clown that eats kids. Enough said. Director Haynze Whitmore makes his feature debut with Crepitus, a film that hopes to give the new adaptation of IT a run for its money later this year. We don’t yet have a release date for ya, but now that the film has […]