PAUL STANLEY And TED NUGENT Makes Cameo Appearances In '2001 Maniacs'

KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley and Ted Nugent make cameo appearances in Hollywood horror freshman Tim Sullivan's ("Detroit Rock City") directorial debut, "2001 Maniacs", due later in the year. The movie, which has "blood, guts, girls, and more blood," was scored by Matt Sorum (GUNS N' ROSES, VELVET REVOLVER) and Lanny Cordola. "Lin Shaye ('Detroit Rock City', 'Last Man Standing', 'Kingpin') plays Granny Boone, a sort of Irene Ryan from the 'Beverly Hillbillies', and she leads this hootenanny that ends with a lot of people getting killed," Sullivan reportedly explained in a recent interview. "Rock 'n' roll's redneck Ted Nugent plays Sheriff Howell, the Southern voice of reason, while Paul Stanley of KISS and his son Evan play creepy gas station attendants — Evan does a banjo number, parody of that scene in 'Deliverance', and he's only seven years old."

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