ALICE COOPER Members Record Song For 'Junkfood' Horror Movie
The upcoming horror movie "Scarlet Fry's Junkfood Horrorfest", starring ALICE COOPER's daughter Calico, will feature a song from COOPER guitarist Ryan Roxie called "Psycho Fighter". The song features Roxie on guitar, John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE) on guitar, Chuck Garric (ALICE COOPER) on bass and Tommy Clufetos (ALICE COOPER, ROB ZOMBIE) on drums.
As previously reported, Calico plays "a junkie serial killer who is fed up with getting ripped off by her drug dealer. The vicious little alley cat decides that killing is the best way to get a quick fix" in a story called "Dope".
The 70-minute anthology movie was directed, written and produced by Brian Crow and Walter Ruether, who also created the special FX with Lyle Snodgrass, and is described as a cross between "Tales from the Crypt" and "The Toxic Avenger".
The first trailer for "Scarlet Fry's Junkfood Horrorfest" has been posted online at Scarletfry.com (Warning: extreme content!). The movie will premiere in the Dungeon at Cooperstown, Phoenix in October.
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