Marilyn Manson loves horror films and it looks like he’s found a home by appearing in them.
After appearing several times on the small screen, most recently a stint on the horror series “Salem,” Marilyn Manson is taking on his largest big-screen role to date in the hitman thriller LET ME MAKE YOU A MARTYR, which has just been picked up by FilmRise, securing distribution rights for digital and home media platforms.
Hollywood Reporter states the general plot for the film as:
“…Manson stars as a hardened, contemplative hit man hired by the father to kill his son. However, the siblings join forces to take down the abusive Midwestern patriarch.”
Even more-so, it is a story chronicling the consequences of abuse and betrayal while exploring the choices human beings make as a result of fear, love, lust, and hatred.
LET ME MAKE YOU A MARTYR also stars Mark Boone Junior, Sam Quartin, and Niko Nicotera.
The film is written and directed by Corey Asraf and John Swab in their feature debuts, and produced by a myriad of characters, including Asraf and Swab with Mark Boone Junior, Marilyn Manson, Sam Quartin, and others.
In addition to being a world renown musician, Manson has been eking at a career in acting. Besides “Salem,” he has had parts in shows such as “Sons of Anarchy,” “Once Upon a Time,” and “Californication.” Considering his stage and video performances, it’s not that big of a stretch to see him acting in a variety of roles both on TV and film.
LET ME MAKE YOU A MARTYR is set to release on digital and home media in early 2017.