Soap alum, Brian Gaskill joins the cast of an exciting new film. Get the details here--->>>
Former soap star Brian Gaskill has a new film. Gaskill will play the role of Sid in the re-release of The Bloody Indulgent Regurgitated (a movie he originally did 10 years go).
It is a raunchy Vampire - Zombie Musical. In this movie, after singing a raucous Happy Birthday to his next victim down an alley Burt the vampire (Kevin Richardson of the Backstreet Boys attempts to go enjoy a nightclub, where he has to bite Dwayne the bouncer for trying to bounce him. Once inside, the whole club turns against him after his girlfriend stripper (Diva Zappa) screams about it. Burt manages to avoid his own demise after he attempts to savagely chew the blood out of the B-rated strip club owner named Sid (Brian Gaskill). Burt is a skeezy indulgent vampire, whose zest for "life" is equaled only by his addiction to really expensive, exotic drugs, hides out (and dopes up) at an upscale drug den, owned by a photographer who seems to have grown a dark and bizarre whimsy of killing herself. Dori, Sid's girlfriend, and the other rather unique and humorous strippers at the club (Diva Zappa, Tracey Leigh, Laura Martin - ) are hell-bent on revenge and declare war on Burt. In the meantime, Burt's sidekick Todd (newcomer Brandon Heitkamp) grapples with his new station as a vampire, turned by Burt in a moment of blood-lust, and also grapples with his ensuing bisexuality, a by-product of being turned into a vampire - he thinks. This sexy-violent musical is full of hot dancing girls and boys, drug-addled nymphettes, existential zombies and gallons of blood rounding out this French New Wave version of a Pulp Fiction meets Hedwig romp. And a Zappa Zombie tries to kill a Backstreet Boy Vampire...no really.
Ken Roht directed and wrote the film which is set for an early 2020 release. The cast also includes; Max Faugno, Shannon Hart Clearly, Julie Bolene, Sharon Ferguson, Sharyn-Genel Gabriel and more.
Gaskill is known for his numerous soap roles such as; Dylan Lewis on Guiding Light, B.J Green/Byron Glass on As the World Turns, Oscar Marone on The Bold and the Beautiful, Rafe Kovich on Port Charles and Bobby Warner on All My Children.