KORN Frontman To Star In 'Sin-Jin Smyth' Horror Film
According to a posting at Bloody-Disgusting.com, KORN frontman Jonathan Davis is in talks to join the cast of next year's much anticipated horror film "Sin-Jin Smyth".
The script for "Sin-Jin Smyth" (written by Ethan Dettenmaier and currently being circulated with dummy pages in it), which is widely considered to be one of the industry's most original, is centered around a midnight prisoner transfer (moments after a tornado warning) of a man with no past and no identity and is set against a Halloween legend of midnight appearance of the Devil in a quiet, little Kansas cemetery.
"Reading the script of 'Sin-Jin Smyth' is like having steel dinosaur teeth take a bit out of you! It is unlike anything I've ever read and my hat's off to this writer for developing a new and pretty sinister story," continued the inside source cited by Bloody-Disgusting.com. "It really has a chilling feeling to it!"
There is no word on which character Jonathan Davis will be playing but already onboard are Richard Tyson and Jason Hildebrandt (both of "Black Hawk Down"), Lee Ving (of the punk band FEAR) and members of the WWF.
Check out the film's official web site for more information.
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