To all of our fans:
We regret to inform that our submission to the ABC's of Death 2 contest was not one of the finalist. We were extremely impressed with all the entrants that we watched (probably 200 of the 550+ movies). We thoroughly enjoyed filming "M is for Mad Cow", and hope that the people who watched it enjoyed it also (You can view it Here!!!)
The good news is, Scary Business Entertainment is going to be filming a short film to enter the Bloody Cuts Horror Challenge (More Information Here!). We are hoping that our artsy slightly silent film entertains our fans and other horror lovers.
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Scary Business Entertainment WILL be rocking at Rock on the Range in May 16, 17, 18 2014. (More info at @ http://www.rockontherange.com/). For those who don't know, Rock on the Range is a 3 day music concert showcasing the best of rock and metal in Columbus Ohio. Last year bands such as Korn, Stone Sour, Buckcherry, Smashing Pumpkins, Alice in Chains, and Soundgarden lit up the main stage, with personal favorites Ghost, In this Moment, Klutch, The Sword, and Lamb of God. The lineup hasn't been announced yet for 2014 but don't be surprised to see Avenged Sevenfold headline one of the evenings. Personally I'd like to see Butcher Babies attend.
Monday, November 25, 2013
Night of the Living Dreads- November 23, 2013
The anticipation for this concert was intense. I saw Korn for the first time at Rock on the Range 2013 and they were amazing. Rob Zombie had always been bucket list show that I needed to see. On November 23rd I had the opportunity to cross that off the list in Huntington, West Virginia.
Scar the Martyr- Joey from Slipknot's other project was hard and heavy. Joey is among the best modern metal drummers in the business. I think Scar the Martyr has the opportunity to be a great side project for Joey. (4 out of 6 skulls)
Korn- Korn performed a hour and 15 minute set-list with such songs as Blind, Falling Away From Me, Coming Undone, Got the Life, and Freak on the Leash. Aside from tackling a drugged dude, the show was amazing! Korn sounds as good live as they do on record, and Jonathan Davis's emotion really shows in his performance. (5 out of 6 skulls)
Rob "MotherFucking" Zombie- Rob was the real treat of the night. His stage included classic horror favorites as the Wolf man, Frankenstein, and King Kong (among others). John 5 changed guitars frequently and included a lava-lampesque guitar among others. The show was amazing and included such hits as Dead City Radio, House of 1000 Corpses, Living Dead Girl, Dragula, and some White Zombie tunes. I personally enjoyed Sick Bubble-Gum but was disappointed that Teenage Nosferatu Pussy wasn't included. The John 5 guitar solo was memorable. (6 out of 6 skulls)
Overall 5 out of 6 skulls. It was a don't miss concert!!!