Vampire Heavy Metal Movie ‘Virginia Bitches’ To Play At Cannes Film Festival

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Scott Ian Lewis: Carnifex Facebook/ Alissa White-Gluz: Arch Enemy Facebook/ Randy Blythe: Lamb Of God Facebook
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The upcoming vampire heavy metal movie, Virginia Bitches, will be playing at the upcoming Cannes film festival.

If you aren’t aware, Virginia Bitches is a vampire heavy metal movie featuring a pretty stacked cast of metal artists. Among the cast, the film features the following metal artists:

Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God)
Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy)
Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein (Misfits)
Heidi Shepherd (Butcher Babies)
Scott Ian Lewis (Carnifex)

And even more artists!

Per the film’s Indiegogo campaign page (which is closed at this time), the premise for the vampire heavy metal movie Virginia Bitches is as follows:

“A female death metal band who are vampires break down in a town full of cannibals led by a Warlock.”

The film is directed by Scott Hansen, who also directed the horror movie anthology Bad Candy (which featured Slipknot singer Corey Taylor). Hansen is also accredited as a writer for the film, alongside that of Desiree Connell.

We are super excited to watch this movie once it is released! When Virginia Bitches does get a wider release outside of Cannes, will you be checking the film out?

In other heavy metal movie news, Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider has a new horror movie that will be entering pre-production soon! To learn more about the Twisted Sister singer’s new movie, click on the link below.

Horror Movie Featuring Twisted Sister Singer Dee Snider Begins Pre-Production In June

Cradle of Filth singer Dani Filth also recently opened up about wanting to do another horror movie. To read more about that story, follow the link below.

Cradle of Filth Singer Dani Filth Talks Desire To Create Another Movie

Lastly, there is a rumor floating around that the Rob Zombie Munsters movie may actually be coming to the streaming service Netflix when it is time for the film’s release! This is currently only a rumor, but if you want to learn more details about that rumor, the link is below.

Wait, The Rob Zombie Munsters Movie Might Be Coming To Netflix?!

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Words by: Michael Pementel

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