Welcome horror & metal fans! It's time for a little fun with a short indie horror film and to make it even better it's accompanied by some wicked metal! Watch out...
What goes together better than horror & metal? Well nothing as far as we're concerned here at TDBS! The two are inseparable to my mind but sadly we don't see them mixed together as often as they should be. I do my best to correct that in my own writing and apparently young start up filmmaker Dakota Bailey feels the same way. For his second short film, Satan's Coming For You, Bailey combines murder, grave robbing, bloody chainsaws, Satan, drugs & local Denver death metal band Cattleist creating a fun treat for your little eye and ear holes. We pride ourselves here at doing our best to support young indie horror filmmakers as we have numerous times and Bailey is yet another that we look forward to seeing grow over the coming years. This is no big budget production (DUH!) but this short film is a good little story about two rather disturbed men, Bubba (Matt Marshall) & Alister (Dakota Bailey), combined with Satan and metal. Personally I enjoy seeing someone at the start of what is hopefully a long career just as Cult and I are really just getting started with our writing careers, seeing how they grow and improve as they learn their craft and hopefully earn some jingle to help improve production. For some reason we seem to be popular in Denver so perhaps we can hook Dakota up with some like minded individuals in the area to give that creativity a boost. For now check out the short film Satan's Coming For You and try not to get a contact high! Oh and on a side note Dakota sounds eerily similar to Phil Anselmo which was a pleasure if only to me.
Check out more from Dakota Bailey on his YouTube channel and give him a follow on Facebook to keep up to date with all of his latest. Also check out more from Cattleist on their Bandcamp page to support some metal while you're at it.
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