Before we head down that creepy Cabin Fever road and the streets start resembling Mad Max, let's chill. Sin Dee NYC's guide to surviving the lock-down includes ways to be productive, have fun, and up your skills. Stay safe, and keep calm. We'll be OK, Sinners.
Danzig’s Verotika has been hailed as the The Room of horror films. Ironically, subsequent screenings instantly sold out. So, did Danzig create a film that’s so bad it’s good? (Plus Trailer)
Watching Danzig sing about razor blades in apples and killing black cats in the song "Halloween" while two large jack o'lanterns loom over him gave the ghoulish rockers in the crowd a thrill so close to the actual holiday.
"Michale Graves defies expectations. He even lacked the skull face makeup he has come to be remembered for. The lack of theatrics underscored the down-to-earth persona that Graves gave off that night."
Sinful Sounds: The Original Misfits, Prudential Center, 5/19 NJ - Review: "The hordes of black-clad fans marked with the symbol of the sardonic Crimson Ghost that descended onto the Prudential Center like packs of George A. Romero extras were hungry for the horror punk assault the Misfits were famous for and they largely got what they craved for."
A Fiend's Tale: Find out how my Misfits obsession developed including a quick Misfits history rundown, read about my favorite Misfits/Danzig/Doyle show memories + Join me THIS SUNDAY 2/25 for Doyle at Blackthorn 51 in Queens, NYC!