Ex-Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash (Velvet Revolver) has announced via his Facebook that he will be scoring the upcoming horror film Nothing To Fear. It is the first film through his horror production company Slasher Films and it has been picked up for distribution by Anchor Bay.
Slash stated, “Going into the studio tonight to work on “Nothing to Fear” score. It’s really coming together. Iiii]; )’”
The film’s IMDB description says, “A family’s journey toward a better life is interrupted by an unstable man of the cloth.” It is being directed by Anthony Leonardi III, who did make-up for The Cabin In The Woods, and stars Clancy Brown (A Nightmare On Elm St., Starship Troopers), Anne Heche (Nip/Tuck, Psycho), and more.
Knowing that Slash is a big horror fan, I actually have a lot of interest in hearing how the score to this film is going to turn out.
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