Director Mike Schiff has embarked on a new project: a documentary called The History of Metal and Horror which explores the complex relationship between heavy metal and horror films.
A documentary (currently in production) which explores the history of heavy metal music, horror films, and how the two genres have merged together over time.
Various metal artists share their greatest fears, favorite horror films, their influences, and much more.
This documentary includes interviews with Corey Taylor and Jonathan Davis, don’t expect anything underground from this documentary.
It probably goes the other way too; the focus will probably be on stuff like Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Nightmare on Elms street. This documentary take us back to the 2000’s and examines how this resurgence came about.  According to writer Mark Henry (who is also the co-director along with Frank H. Excellent review, Scott – I too seem to have a block in my memory about horror in the 90s, a block set by the Scream phenomenon.
Coming later this year is a documentary, FANTASM (love that title), which explores the phenomena of the horror convention.

Fantasm, a new documentary about horror conventions and the tight-knit community of fans who attend them, is currently in production under the direction of Kyle Kuchta.
In addition to legions of devoted fans, the documentary will feature insight from iconic actors and filmmakers. Production will continue in March at the upcoming Monster-Mania in Cherry Hill, NJ and HorrorHound Weekend in Cincinnati, OH. The documentary will include interviews with horror icons such as Tom Savini, Gunnar Hansen, Sid Haig, and John Russo as well as musicians such as Kirk Hammett, Corey Taylor, Alice Cooper, Jonathan Davis, and more. Horror film icons also discuss how their films have influenced the horror genre, their connections to metal artists, and why metal and horror work together.
Most underground metalheads seem to appreciate apocalyptic movies like Hellraiser and The Living Dead more than slashers or ghost movies. Would’ve made more sense if they interviewed people like nicke andersson or chris reifert as opposed to wiggers like Jonathan Davis.
It still blows my mind that SILENCE OF THE LAMBS is tagged as a drama & psychological thriller!!!

Upon discovering the phenomenon of horror conventions, the young genre fanatic finally felt like a part of a community. Interview subjects who have already participated in Fantasm include Heather Langenkamp (A Nightmare on Elm Street, New Nightmare), Tom Atkins (Halloween III, Escape from New York), Joe Lynch (Chillerama, Wrong Turn 2), Amanda Wyss (A Nightmare on Elm Street) and more. Further proving the enthusiastic support of the horror community, the project reached its goal in just eleven days. Filming has previously taken place at such fan-favorite conventions as Monster-Mania (Hunt Valley, MD), Rock and Shock (Worcester, MA), Spooky Empire (Orlando, FL) and HorrorHound Weekend (Indianapolis, IL). The 21-year-old Kuchta is currently working as a one-man film crew, serving as director, camera operator, interviewer and editor, among other duties.
Now he’s traveling to conventions all across America to find out why horror brings people together.

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