Necro and Mr. Hyde after much delay finally made it back to The Middle East last night and destroyed it. Necro performing all the great joints off his massive catalogue. From Get on your Knees to Creepy Crawl. One of Necro's best performances I've seen and I seen him a handful of times dating back to 2000. The night was not without drama the 2nd or 3rd track in a drunk heckler decided to get wise with Necro (never a smart move), Necro jumped off the stage with a Superman punch and basically destroyed the kid, Necro hit him with 10-15 shots in his brick within 5 seconds laying the kid out but lets not forget the sea of Necro's cult fans stomping the kid as was being drug out of the spot by Cambridges finest. Peace to S.D.D.S. and my Arlington gang who was in full effect last night, peace to Shawn D, Endust, D-Man, Mixta B, Wisdom, Tyler B, Leah, lil Laura, Budds (spelling), Flett and anyone else I forget sorry.
NECRO in his first full length feature film and it looks incredibly promising, NECRO's role seems to be that of a crooked cop named Sardusky, this flick has class written all over it, and I need to get my hands on a copy somehow. More info HERE
You think I can get you outta this right now? Jesus couldn't save you.
The Super is a horror/crime thriller centering on an unstable Vietnam veteran turned apartment house superintendent.
Taking place in a Queens apartment building during the Christmas season, the film follows George (Demetri Kallas) as he desperately tries to hold onto his sanity in the face of mounting home and workplace pressure. Also on his already full plate of problems is a wheelchair-bound wife (Lynn Lowry) who dreams of the day the family can leave the city behind and move upstate.
One of the building's tenants, the vile Olga (Manoush), quickly becomes his partner in depravity. A dominatrix and snuff filmmaker, she takes George under her wicked wing and introduces him to the joys of killing for profit and pleasure. Faced with the problem of destroying evidence, the unholy duo turn to Detective Sardusky (Ron Braunstein making his feature film debut), a crooked cop who, for a price, can make bodies disappear. The action culminates in a series of shocking twists.