Watch Trailer For Powerman 5000 Frontman Spider One’s Directorial Debut “Allegoria”

A new trailer has been released for the upcoming horror film “Allegoria.” That movie was directed by Powerman 5000 frontman Spider One and it stars Krsy Fox (Knee High Fox), Adam Busch (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), Bryce Johnson (“Pretty Little Liars”), and Scout Compton (“Halloween”). The film will be available on VOD and digitally on August 2. Fans will also be able to stream it on Shudder. Prior to that, “Allegoria” will be screened at the Los Feliz Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on July 8. Spider One and Krsy Fox will also take part in a Q&A during the event.

[via Bloody Disgusting]

“Heavy Trip” Sequel In The Works

A sequel to the 2018 Finnish metal comedy, “Heavy Trip,” is currently in the works. Juuso Laatio, who co-wrote and directed the first movie alongside Jukka Vidgren, confirmed the news during a recent interview with Metal Hammer:

“We’ve written a really good script and we were supposed to film it this summer. We’re aiming to film it next year. You never know. The last film took six years, so I hope this one doesn’t take so long.”

Watch First Teaser Trailer For Rob Zombie’s Film Adaptation Of “The Munsters”

A teaser trailer has been released for Rob Zombie’s new film adaptation of “The Munsters.” You can check that out below. The movie stars Sheri Moon Zombie (“House Of 1000 Corpses”, “The Devil’s Rejects”), Jeff Daniel Philips (“31”, “Three From Hell”), Daniel Roebuck (“The Fugitive”, “Final Destination”), etc. and it will be released later this year.

Watch New Trailer For “Beavis And Butt-Head Do The Universe”

A new trailer has been released for the upcoming “Beavis And Butt-Head” movie “Beavis And Butt-Head Do The Universe.” That film will hit Paramount+ on June 23 and a synopsis for it can be found below:

“In perhaps the dumbest space movie ever made, Beavis and Butt-Head are sentenced to Space Camp by a “creative” judge in 1998. Their obsession with a docking simulator (huh huh) leads to a trip on the Space Shuttle, with predictably disastrous results. After going through a black hole, they reemerge in our time, where they look for love, misuse iPhones, and are hunted by the Deep State. Spoiler: They don’t score.”

“This Is Spinal Tap” Sequel In The Works

According to Deadline, a “This Is Spinal Tap” sequel is currently in the works. The film is being directed by Rob Reiner and it will find Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, and Harry Shearer reprising their roles as Nigel Tufnel, David St Hubbins, and Derek Smalls.

Reiner commented:

“The plan is to do a sequel that comes out on the 40th anniversary of the original film and I can tell you hardly a day goes by without someone saying, why don’t you do another one? For so many years, we said, ‘nah.’ It wasn’t until we came up with the right idea how to do this. You don’t want to just do it, to do it. You want to honor the first one and push it a little further with the story.”

He also added the following about the film’s premise:

“They’ve played Albert Hall, played Wembley Stadium, all over the country and in Europe. They haven’t spent any time together recently. The idea was that Ian Faith, who was their manager, he passed away. In reality, Tony Hendra passed away. Ian’s widow inherited a contract that said Spinal Tap owed them one more concert. She was basically going to sue them if they didn’t. All these years and a lot of bad blood we’ll get into and they’re thrown back together and forced to deal with each other and play this concert.”

Reiner also confirmed that he will be returning as Marty DiBergi:

“I’m back playing Marty DiBergi. The band was upset with the first film. They thought I did a hatchet job and this is a chance to redeem myself. I am such a big fan and I felt bad they didn’t like what they saw in the first film. When I heard they might get back together, I was a visiting adjunct teacher’s helper at the Ed Wood School of Cinematic Arts. I drop everything to document this final concert.”

This news comes after the Cannes Film Festival recently announced that the original film will be screened on a beach as part of the Cinema de la Plage sidebar on May 18. It also follows the death of Spinal Tap drummer Ric Parnell.

Dee Snider’s New Horror Movie To Start Pre-Production In June

Dee Snider (Twisted Sister) has confirmed that his upcoming horror film will begin pre-production in June. The frontman said the following on Twitter:

“Wanna talk about a major distraction? My next scary movie (I wrote & I’m directing) is green lit & starts pre-production in 4 weeks! In between I’ve got 3 week pre-planned vacation (two years ago before covid, cancelled twice). When I get home I leave next day! Yes/Yikes!”

Def Leppard To Appear In Upcoming Netflix Movie “The Bank Of Dave”

According to Lancashire Telegraph, Def Leppard will be appearing in the upcoming Netflix romantic comedy “The Bank Of Dave.” The band recently filmed their parts for the movie in Burnley, U.K. The film, which was written by Piers Ashworth (“Save The Cinema”, “Blithe Spirit”) and directed by Chris Foggin (“Fisherman’s Friends”), is based on the true-life experiences of Dave Fishwick. Joel Fry, Phoebe Dynevor and Rory Kinnear will star in the movie and a synopsis for it can be found below:

“Based on the true-life experiences of Dave Fishwick, The Bank of Dave tells the story of how a working class Burnley man and self-made millionaire fought to set up a community bank so that he could help the local businesses of Burnley not only survive, but thrive.”

Watch Trailer For New Netflix Movie “Metal Lords”

A new trailer has been released for the new Netflix movie “Metal Lords,” which is set to debut on April 8. The coming-of-age metal comedy was written by D.B. Weiss, who produced the film alongside Greg Shapiro. Weiss’ fellow “Game Of Thrones” showrunner David Benioff and Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello also served as executive producers on the film. The movie was directed by Peter Sollett (“Nick And Norah’s Infinite Playlist”) and it stars Jaeden Martell (“Knives Out”, “It”), Isis Hainsworth (“Misbehaviour”, “Emma”), and Adrian Greensmith.

Morello told Billboard the following:

“I grew up in a small, cloistered, conservative suburb where my musical tastes ran against the grain of almost everybody else in school and certainly all of the teachers, so this is something I can very much relate to. It’s a story of kids trying to get their first band together and having a dream, but perhaps not having the technical ability or the artistic vision to make that dream real. Or do they?

For me, it harmonizes in a lot of ways with the real story of so many kids who are locked in these suburban hells and the key to get out is an electric guitar or drums or rock and roll music. The music shows a way to transcend this stifled daily existence, to try to be something better, be something more authentic and true than what’s handed to you by your surroundings.”

“Beavis And Butt-Head” To Head To Space In New Movie “Beavis And Butt-Head Do The Universe”

More details have been revealed for the upcoming “Beavis And Butt-Head” movie on Paramount+. The film, which is titled “Beavis And Butt-Head Do The Universe,” will find the iconic duo heading to space.

Here’s a synopsis:

“In perhaps the dumbest space movie ever made, Beavis and Butt-Head are sentenced to Space Camp by a “creative” judge in 1998. Their obsession with a docking simulator (huh huh) leads to a trip on the Space Shuttle, with predictably disastrous results. After going through a black hole, they reemerge in our time, where they look for love, misuse iPhones, and are hunted by the Deep State. Spoiler: They don’t score.”

Deadline are also reporting that the reboot of the “Beavis And Butt-Head” series will now be coming to Paramount+ instead of Comedy Central. Over 200 remastered episodes of the show will also be heading to the service.