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Erik Fellows to star in vampire remake Dance of the Damned

27 June 2011 4:29 PM, PDT | The Geek Files | See recent The Geek Files news »

Director Katt Shea has announced the casting of Erik Fellows in the remake of her 1989 vampire classic Dance of the Damned.

Fellows entered the horror genre with Mustang Sally in 2006 and went on to appear in Monster Mountain and Road to Moloch before landing a recurring role in daytime soap Days of Our Lives.

The handsome 29-year-old will be taking on the role originated by Cyril O'Reilly as a vampire who yearns to learn what it's like to live in the daylight and ends up finding companionship with a suicidal stripper he has taken hostage.

We think he definitely has the right look to enter the crypt of the vampire genre, where brooding hunks are already smouldering with dark sex appeal in Twilight, True Blood, The Vampire Diaries and Being Human.

Shea said: "Past efforts have shown that Erik Fellows certainly has star presence and quality. However, Dance of the »

- David Bentley

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Dance of the Damned Lands Leading Man

25 June 2011 | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Katt Shea has cast soap actor Erik Fellows in Dance of the Damned , a remake of the '89 film also directed by Shea. Fellows will be taking on the main vampire role originated by Cyril O'Reilly as the vampire who yearns to learn what it's like to live in the daylight and ends up finding companionship with a suicidal stripper that he has taken hostage. In the original Dance of the Damned , a vampire follows his instincts to a strip joint where he focuses in on one of the performers. He picks her for his meal because she is contemplating suicide, but he wants to share her life before taking it, and during the course of the evening they discuss their differences, their fears, and their lifestyles. As the moment of truth approaches, she becomes less sure that she wants to die. »

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Director Katt Shea Taps Erik Fellows to Haunt Dance of the Damned Remake

24 June 2011 4:34 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Renowned director Katt Shea has confirmed that heartthrob actor Erik Fellows has been recruited to star in the upcoming remake of her film Dance of the Damned. Shea is again handling the directorial duties. Fellows, who is best known for his role as Troy Winston on the long-running daytime drama "Days of Our Lives," will play the role of The Vampire made famous by Cyril O'Reilly in the 1989 original.

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Katt Shea, the director who empowered a generation of up and coming female directors with such hit movies as Poison Ivy, Stripped to Kill and The Rage: Carrie II, has just announced that she has cast Erik Fellows in her remake of Dance of the Damned.

Erik Fellows, who got his start in the horror entertainment field with such efforts as Mustang Sally (aka Mustang Sally's Horror House) and Monster Mania, broke out to appear in a »

- Doctor Gash

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When it Comes to Gays, Teen Sex Comedies Are Growing Up

19 January 2011 6:49 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

There’s a theory that you can tell more about a society from its “low-brow” pop culture than you can from its high art. If that’s true, there’s not too much that’s more low-brow than the teen sex comedy, movies which are usually celebrations of male promiscuity and debauchery – often with a vague or bittersweet moral tacked on at the end.

What are teen sex comedies saying about gay people?

Surprisingly, the news lately is pretty good. A trio of recent teen sex comedies, Easy A, She’s Out of My League, and I Love You, Beth Cooper, have either included sympathetic gay teen characters, or joked about gay themes in surprisingly progressive or inclusive ways.

Of course, gay folks have always existed in teen sex comedies in some form or another. It’s just that they’ve usually appeared either as brief sight gags to be ridiculed or, »

- Brent Hartinger

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