A teaser trailer was released recently for a movie titled Let Me Make You A Martyr.
The movie is a crime drama that features shock rocker Marilyn Manson in his biggest acting role to date, channeling Anton Chigurh as a hitman named Pope. Some of his other acting appearances have included Jawbreaker, Party Monster, Wrong Cops, and Sons of Anarchy. It is directed by Corey Asraf and John Swab, and also stars Niko Nicotera, Sam Quartin, Michael Potts, Slaine, and fellow Sons of Anarchy star Mark Boone Junior.
You can read much more about the Let Me Make You A Martyr story and check out the first teaser trailer for the movie below.
During his recent cover photoshoot for Paper magazine, Marilyn Manson was accompanied by his father, who showed up dressed as his goth-rocker son, complete with white face paint, thick black eyeliner, red lipstick, and leather attire.
Manson, who’s real name is Brian Warner, took some endearing photos with his Vietman vet father, Hugh Warner, who was costumed like his all-black-wearing son.
Photographer Terry Richardson snapped the photos of father and son for Paper and posted some of the shots on his Tumblr page, along with including some noteworthy portraits of Manson alone. Check out some of those photos, as well as the Paper cover shot — which finds Manson in a Mickey-eared hat — in the image gallery here below.
Sons Of Anarchy returns to FX next month, and today the network released the first trailer for upcoming seventh and final season.
Watch the trailer, titled “Revenge,” here below!
The new season will see star Charlie Hunnam return as Jax Teller, the head of the SAMCRO outlaw motorcycle club, and if you’ve been watching the show, you know he went through a lot in the sixth season. And what happened at the very end of last season will undoubtedly change his perspective on life and how he wants to live it and how he wants to lead the club now. And as usual, there’s sure to be hell to pay, and consequences to be suffered.
Synchronicity is not a recent concept in the realm of pop culture, and has become quite well known with regards to the eerie pairing of The Wizard of Oz and Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon. A long time ago though, I discovered an even more eerie pairing that synchronized in an unnerving fashion: The film Begotten and Marilyn Manson’s Antichrist Superstar…
Long ago, I stumbled across references to a film called Begotten. The images that I had seen online from the movie gave haunting and disturbing impressions. Curious, I began looking into the movie, and eventually watched the film. I was always interested in viewing challenging films, particularly those considered to be within the horror genre.