Twisted Sister Front-man Puts Out Casting Call For New Horror Flick

Twisted Sister Front-man Puts Out Casting Call For New Horror Flick
If your lifelong ambition has always been to be in a NC-17 horror flick and work alongside Dee Snider, do we ever have good news for you. The Twisted Sister front-man has put out a call for "every guy and girl with tattoos and big holes in their ears" to take part in his new feature film, Strangeland: Disciple.

With the help of Snider's partners, Nehst Studios, the hard rock guru announced an open casting call this week for his upcoming movie, asking all body-modified individuals to head over to the Screentest website to sign on for the project. Strangeland: Disciple is the sequel to Snider's 1998 film, Strangeland, and will star Snider himself and everyone's worst nightmare on Elm Street, Robert Englund (aka Freddie Kruger).

"It's like a national outreach project," explained Snider in a statement. "We will be looking for talent in the body modification and fetish world. Everywhere I go now, every guy and girl with tattoos and big holes in their ears wants to be in my movie!"

As far as the plot goes for this self-described "high-profile project," it will continue to tell the story of Snider's character Captain Howdy, a schizophrenic sexual sadist, and take place in a secret society "filled with all kinds of freaks," who want to party hard in some dungeon dubbed the Torture Garden.

"We're shooting for an NC-17 rating right out of the box," Snider said. "I want enthusiasts from all over the country to be a part of it!"

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