Slash's Debut Horror Movie 'Nothing to Fear' Due in October

His horror movie production company Slasher Films will release its first effort about a gate of Hell in october, with more to follow.

Slash's Debut Horror Movie 'Nothing to Fear' Due in October
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Slash will release the first horror movie on his new production company Slasher Films this fall.

"Nothing to Fear" was directed by Anthony Leonardi III, and will appear in selected theaters across the US on October 4. It's based on a real town in Kansas which, according to legend, is one of the seven gateways to Hell.

"It's [a] really good production team, the special effects people are great, the cast is great, the story's great - everything's great about it," he told the Pulse of Radio in a recent interview (via Blabbermouth). "And it will be interesting to see where this particular one, how it comes out and where it goes, 'cause we're planning on doing two a year."

The movie is the first in a series of horror films that Slash plans to produce. Among the others in development is "Wake the Dead" which is based on a graphic novel about a college student, which Slash describes as "basically a modern, young Frankenstein story about a brilliant college student who's discovered how to animate dead tissue but he's a teenager so he goes overboard."

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    schooligan
    I love it when an artist explores the many form of art. I am looking forward to it.
    fmf8404
    Uh, the movie is "Nothing LEFT to Fear", not "Nothing to Fear." This was news earlier LAST month. I guess if you are not going to stay on top of it, you might as well get the important info wrong.
    zn-1
    Don't get butthurt now.
    fmf8404
    I'm not. It's just disrespectful to the artist to get the information wrong, especially when the name of his movie is not the same as a damn Oingo Boingo album.
    Dime6String
    Hoping this movie gives me a Horrorgasm! I haven't seen a GOOD horror movie in way too long!!
    suicidehummer
    I'm not a big horror movie fan, but I gotta hear the soundtrack he did for it. He's described it as "sinister".