For many, Rocky Horror Picture Show is their go to midnight delight. For me, it’s always been Richard Elfman’s trip into the 6th dimension. Forbidden Zone cannot be described. It just needs to be experienced. Preferably on the big screen during one of its many midnight showing across the country with a large packed house. And now, 32 years later, Elfman’s going back and he’s bringing most of the original gang (including brother Danny) with him!
Full Description of the sequel after the jump!…
From ForbiddenZone2.com —
Forbidden Zone 2: The Forbidden Galaxy
Ma and Pa Kettle leave the depressed Dust Bowl with their kids, Stinky and Petunia, and drive their old jalopy down to Crenshaw in South-Central Los Angeles. Stinky is a hyper-active 12-year-old, played by a hyper-active 50-year-old; Petunia is a lumbering 13-year-old slut, played by an actress over 18 (hopefully); Ma is a corn-cob pipe-smoking inbred, and Pa is a craven, drunken carnival geekâ€¦with a bad dispositionâ€¦even before his carnival job folded after the last dust storm. Together, they hope to find a better life in California. Unfortunately, the little shack they rent has a basement connected to the Sixth Dimension–a bizarre underworld, ruled by a megalomaniac midget King, his jealous Queen, and an array of fantastical creatures, the most outrageous being The Princess Polly, a man-hungry gal with a to-die-for sexy, voluptuous body and an over-sized, grotesque, cartoon-like head. Her wild get ups and show-stopping musical numbers will give Gaga a run for the money!
Daughter-in-law Jenna Elfman will do a surrealistic aerial dance routine (did you know Jennaâ€™s a professional dancer?); Iâ€™ll get brother Danny to reprise his Devil role, singing a knockout version of â€œSt. James Infirmary Blues,â€ and weâ€™ll shoot the â€œCrenshawâ€ scenes in Ghana. Crenshaw will look like a cartoon version of 1910 Harlem, but everyone will be INCREDIBLE dancers and acrobats â€“ from the Ghana National Dance Company. Of course that brilliant rascal, writer/director/actor Matthew Bright (aka “Toshiro Boloney” in the original Forbidden Zone) will reprise his role as Rene Henderson, as well as co-write the script.
Forbidden Zone 2 will have all the ABSURDITY and balls-out zaniness of Forbidden Zone 1 but with more technical tools and a greater budget to play with. I can guarantee that Forbidden Zone 2 will have unforgettable musical numbers. It will employ the MUSIC FORMULA that we used for the songs in Forbidden Zone 1.
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