He will reprise his role as Captain Howdy for 'Strangeland' follow-up

Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider is set to revisit his role as Captain Howdy in horror flick ‘Strangeland’, having written the sequel which will go into production this year.

‘Strangeland: Disciple’ comes 11 years after the original, and continues the story of a schizophrenic sexual sadist who lures victims via the Internet.

‘Strangeland: Disciple’ will come complete with an NC-17 rating right off the bat, and Snider promises it will be “ultra-intense”. The movie will be set in the “underworld of body modification fetishists, amid the secret sado-masochistic freak societies of perverted pleasures that lurk just underneath the veneer of respectable society.”

The soundtrack of the 1998 movie included the likes of System Of A Down, Slipknot, Kid Rock, Twisted Sister, Megadeth, Marilyn Manson and Pantera, and led to a ‘Strangeland’ tour.

Snider says he hopes to re-introduce a tour to coincide with the sequel.

–By our New York staff.

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