Motionless In White is thrilled to premiere their new video for “Puppets” today online. A montage of live footage from their infamous stage shows, the release comes alongside their announcement that they will be joining the Vans Warped Tour 2012 line up for the entire summer.
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Christopher Hall, front man of the electro-rock act The Dreaming about the bands newest release Puppet. The Dreaming is a star studded act comprised of Hall (Stabbing Westward), drummer Johnny Haro (ex-Econoline Crush, Stabbing Westward), guitarist Eric Griffin (ex Murderdolls/Wednesday 13), and bassist Martin Kelly (Living Dead Lights.) I have always been a big fan of Stabbing Westward so this project is just a natural…
Puppet is the forthcoming release from the star studded alt/rock act The Dreaming, a band comprised of front man Christopher Hall (Stabbing Westward), drummer Johnny Haro (ex-Econoline Crush, Stabbing Westward), guitarist Eric Griffin (ex Murderdolls/Wednesday 13), and bassist Martin Kelly (Living Dead Lights).
Low budget horror movies are a dime a dozen and more often than not disappoint in a big way. I understand it’s very difficult to obtain the “shock an awe” factor on a shoestring budget and honestly most don’t deliver. At first glance, The Puppet Monster Massacre seems to be one of those movies. It’s a horror movie with; well you guessed it, hand puppets as characters. This might seem odd at first, but before you rush to any quick decisions I feel this movie actually works very well. While there’s no real edge-of-your-seat suspense or nail-biting horror, the movie contains tons of puppet gore and lots of witty, clever dialogue.