Former RATT Singer Stars In Low-Budget Horror Movie: Trailer Available

"Camp Utopia", the new low-budget horror movie starring former RATT singer Stephen Pearcy, will be released on DVD on May 17. A film synopsis from the official press release reads as follows: "In 1969, in a small hippie commune in Northern California, Timothy Bach (Stephen Pearcy) — a self-proclaimed guru — maintained a hypnotic hold on his followers. On June 23, something went terribly wrong in the free love and peace commune. In an apparent drug-induced frenzy, Bach began slaughtering his followers. He then disappeared into the night, never to be heard from again. More than thirty years later, five teenagers return to the site of 'Camp Utopia'. And now, what happened back happening again. Has the evil cult leader returned? Or is it something far worse..." View the official movie trailer at this location.

Pearcy recently released a new CD under the MICKEY RATT banner, entitled "Ratt Era: The Best Of", featuring re-recorded RATT songs with the help of such guest musicians as guitarists George Lynch (ex-DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB) and Tracii Guns (L.A. GUNS, BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION).


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