"FRANKENSTEIN'S SORROW" is now in pre-production. Peter Steele was originally to play the monster, but it's actually good that Bill Zebub didn't film the movie at that time. Bill Zebub's test footage revealed that this book cannot be made into a horror, thriller, drama, or any narrative. It must be art house. Unlike Bill Zebub's other work, which takes from 5 days to 3 months to fully film a feature, Frankenstein's Sorrow will take at least a year. If you haven't read the book, the monster is not a retarded zombie, and he was not stitched together from various dead people. That is just the typical Hollywood bastardization of a book that is too intellectual for an American crowd. The monster was the most eloquent character in all literature. American movies depict him as stupidly grunting, yet he spoke French and German. was a perfect mimic, , and learned to read with books by Plutarch, Goethe, and Milton. Wish Bill luck!
SANTA CLAUS: SERIAL RAPIST played at Cinema Wasteland in Ohio. The audience overwhelmingly approved.
Bill Zebub has dabbled in the ultra-strange style for the past year. he has decided to write two movies that are in the traditional 3-Act structure and plans to film them before returning to the ultra strange. the two projects being considered for this treatment are "CLOWN-A NOSE-STRA (a spoof about gangsters on the surface, but an allegory for people with deeper comprehension), and DICKNADO.
Other projects that are a bit long-term are FANZINE EDITOR and VIXEN OF VIRTUE.
Bill Zebub may possibly release very old skits and public stunts on a DVD that is only to be awarded to people who participate in a crowdfunding campaign for it, and perhaps for people who go to horror conventions (although it will have different art work). This can't be sold in stores because it really is only of value to a fan. Yes, an outsider might enjoy a scene or two, but only a fan, or someone nostaligic,. will want to see 3.5 hours of this material. Some was shot in the days of VHS, and the rest was miniDV camcorder. If you want to be notified of this, Email Bill Zebub ( bill at bill sebub dot com)
Lastly, Bill Zebub is still trying to repair this website. many bugs, et cetera that might require complete destruction and then rebirth. But there might be a new site erected as a test, with a new domain name, that will allow for interaction from dedicated fans, as well as much faster performance (loading pages, et cetera)