Sometimes I’m Jack the Riiiiiipper!

Ian Fleming's Welcome to My Nightmare

Ian Fleming’s Welcome to My Nightmare

Ever have one of those days when you just don’t feel like yourself, a day where you could be any one of a myriad of fictional characters or Victorian serial killers, or maybe a day where you just need to gather a bevy of bodacious babes in a garage and film a cut rate music video? For Vincent Dawn (and truth be told for the Ouija Board Kid as well) that’s a Tuesday…a Tuesday that thankfully directorial god Claudio Fragasso (whom you may remember from such cinematic fried gold as Zombi 3 and Troll 2) was there to document it all through the unflinching cyclopean eye of his camera, well that and the rest of the week where Vince turned into a slavering lycanthropic beast.

Daniel XIII

Daniel XIII: equally at home at a seance as he is behind the keyboard! Raised on a steady diet of Son of Satan comics, Kaiju flicks and Count Chocula, ol' XIII is a screenwriter, actor, and reviewer of fright flicks! What arcane knowledge lurks behind the preternatural eyes of the Ouija Board Kid?

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3 thoughts on “Sometimes I’m Jack the Riiiiiipper!

  1. How on earth did Vincent Raven become Vincent Dawn? I must have had Bruno Mattei on the brain because I was writing about Claudio Fragasso…

  2. Atari Adventure Square says:

    This vid just blew my mind.
    Never knew (or realized…or willfully forgot) the guillotine madman spawned different identities like this one.
    Took a while to recognize him. As long as the video to end and see Alice’s more typical face pop up in YouTube follow-up links.

    Great stuff too, here. The Italian maestro’s sensibilities are in full display (what? I enjoy his euro-treasures).

    Great confluence of Things-That-Made-Me-A-Better-Person from the 80s.
    Italian horror, Alice Cooper, music videos and buxom babes.

  3. If you like this video Atari Adventure Square , you need to see the rest of the movie it comes from! It’s called Monster Dog, and it contains much more Alice action…including his completely dubbed speaking voice!

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