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Glenn Danzig and Julian Sands Are Working on a Vampire/Western

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On the latest Shockwaves podcast episode, hosts Rebekah McKendry, Rob Galluzzo and Elric Kane were joined by actor Julian Sands to talk about his role in Hulu’s Into The Dark: A Nasty Piece of Work. Long story short, Sands eventually talks briefly on his current involvement in Glenn Danzig’s next feature, which he describes as a western with a vampire twist.

Okay, maybe this is one of those times where “long story short” doesn’t cut the mustard. The Shockwaves hosts made my Sands dreams come true by deep diving into fan favorites like Warlock, Arachnophobia and Boxing Helena… and even got mention of Mike Figgis’ underappreciated TimeCode.

When asked about his current work, Sands broke the news that he is in fact working with Glenn Danzig on an untitled film that sees the world of westerns and vampires collide. Oh, and what’s even better is that Sands character is apparently known as “The Count” in the film.

This would be a follow up to Danzig’s horror anthology, Verotica.

On top of this being one of my all time favorite Shockwaves episodes, we also got a big bonus cherry on top in the form of a Glenn Danzig and Julian Sands vampire film. Be still my dang heart.

When asked if he could speak more about the project, sadly Sands wasn’t able to say any more. This is one of those cases where a tease is well enough and this tease is dang near perfect.

If you haven’t listened to this Shockwaves episode yet, by all means please do go and listen to it, especially my fellow Warlock fans. It’s episode 169.

Also, if you haven’t had the chance to check out the Christmas themed Into The Dark Episode on Hulu titled A Nasty Piece of Work, give it a looksee it’s a blast of pitch black comedy in the vein of Cheap Thrills and Very Bad Things plus, it stars Sands.

What say you Danzig and Sands fans? Are you excited to see the wild west clash with the world of vamps? Let us know in the comments section.

 

Trey grew up wedged in-between the aisles of a video store. After a Cronenbergian inspired sequence, He has officially become fused with both film and video games. He writes all things pop culture, and has accidentally kicked two sharks and lived. Give him a follow and Tweet him something not too judgy @TreyHilburn.