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Vincent D'Onofrio Talks New Slasher Musical

17 January 2012 7:23 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

A young band ventures into the woods to pen some new songs that will turn them into rockstars. Unfortunately, those woods are haunted, and lots of blood curdling screams and killing ensues. "Don't Go in the Woods" is a mashup between a serious "Glee" episode and a bad slasher film -- in other words, it's a lot of fun.

It's also directed by Vincent D'Onofrio who came up with the spooky premise. D'Onfrio is best known as Detective Goren from "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" but he's had a lengthy career with credits in movies like "Full Metal Jacket" and "Men in Black." The 52-year-old actor talked to HuffPost Celebrity about being a director and the Wall Street protests.

Creepy! How did you come up with the idea for "Don't Go In the Woods"?

I was in the car on the way to our house upstate and we have these woods. »

- Nicki Gostin

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