It’s been released that American Horrors CEO and “The Garbage Man” writer/director, Hart D. Fisher, is teaming once more with dark rock god Glenn Danzig to show the American Horrors viewing public the best of Danzig’s uncut, awesomely horrific music videos. One of those videos, the adult version of “Ju Ju Bone”, (the 2nd single from the new album Deth Red Sabaoth), directed by Glenn Danzig and John (Black Devil Doll) Osteen, will debut on American Horrors. Make sure to take a look at the teaser clip to Ju Ju Bone below.
“Glenn Danzig has been a major influence on my work and what I do,” said Fisher. “To be able to bring horror & metal fans uncut videos like Sadistikal, Serpentia (by Shadow of the Vampire director Elias Merhige), Until You Call on the Dark, man, that’s what American Horrors is all about.”
Fisher and Danzig have worked together several times; they previously collaborated on Danzig’s adult horror comic line Verotik which caused major controversy, leading to the banning of Verotika #4 in Oklahoma, and on Danzig’s music videos for “On A Wicked Night” and for Ex-Misfits ax man Doyle’s new band, Gorgeous Frankenstein, “Man or Monster”.
American Horrors is the best new 24 hour uncut horror channel currently broadcasting as part of billionaire Alki David’s virtual cable network, FilmOn. The network is streaming side by side with name such as BBC News, Universal Sports, Reelz Movie Channels and more as part of FilmOn’s basic line up of channels that are available to subscribers for a $5.95 monthly fee. American Horrors can be purchased separately for just $1.95. FilmOn allows subscribers to stream live TV on their Mac or PC computers, iPads/tablets, smart phones & mobile devices, which include iPhone, Android, Blackberry, etc. FilmOn has also just recently launched the world’s first AP breaking 24 hour news channel.
American Horrors is adding more exciting content to its rotation, including shorts like Dave Reda’s “The Horror of Our Love”, Peter Podgursky’s “The Night Caller”, Rory Abel’s “Apathy Breeds Contempt”, and American Horrors originals like Kenneth J. Hall’s 50th birthday party, The making of “Hollow,” and our first American Horrors exclusive crime series, Burl Barer & Don Woldman’s “True Crimes.” Rarely-seen classics from the American Horrors vaults will also be shown on the channel. Go to the American Horrors site and FilmOn’s site to learn more.