Indiegogo deletes Bill Zebub

Fans who participated in the crowdfunder for Bill Zebub’s upcoming atmospheric horror bombarded the legendary director with Emails asking why their contributions were refunded.

#indiegogo is NO friend of independent movie makers. Either someone over there who had extra time to flag movies banned Bill Zebub, or there was a knee-jerk reaction.

#facebook often removes Bill Zebub’s photographs but within a few days often apologizes for the mistake. Pictures of the #Dickshark movie are only vulgar if you interpret them that way. The movie is sold at Walmart! The movie is not porn. No movie that Bill Zebub has made can be considered porn unless you are socially retarded.

Bill Zebub will Email the funders to offer alternate arrangements. If YOU want to support this movie, you can Email – You can obtain the limited-edition uncensored Bluray for a mere $20, which is the same price of the normal retail version that will be released later this year, and you can opt for other items. Feel free to donate even a dollar if you wish. And of course, spread the word of this ignorant censorship. Bill Zebub has never had a problem with #kickstarter – they have superior customer service (they answer within 20 minutes and they have easy-to-find contact information) If you are a movie maker, take heed of what happened to Bill Zebub. Choose the more professional platform for your funding needs.



I must preface this review by making people understand that when someone watches a movie, the desire is to be entertained. Some reviewers feel that they need to point out flaws and to criticize despite having no education in film or training in making movies.

It must also be pointed out that any movie that is seen has a sort of handshake with the viewer. Within as little as a few minutes to the viewer knows the rules that were established and either agrees to continue watching with acceptance, or continues in denial, and maybe at some point stops the experience.

I am not invested in this movie. I have never owned or even enjoyed a Misfits or a Danzig album, nor have I ever read the comic book that presumably led to the movie “Verotika.” I point this out so that you know that I am not invested in either the movie, the comic book, or Glen Danzig. I am not familiar with any of the aforementioned art or artist.

Now onto the movie. Within minutes I was able to discern the rules of the movie and continued to watch it as such. I sensed that the spirit of the movie was not serious. This might be completely wrong, or unintended, but that was my personal feeling.

Horror movies have long been considered the junk food of cinema. While there are exceptional movies, like “The Mist” there are nonetheless movies that perpetuate the stupidity stereotype. Indeed, many American horror and science fiction movies are just silly action movies with blood or lasers respectively. American horror also likes to validate idiotic ideas, like tales from primitive cultures being real. It seems that the bigger the budget, the more uneducated the writer are (if their premises are indicators). It is understandable. The most common I.Q. is 100, which is quite stupid, so appealing to a large crowd means simplifying the movie or else risking low acceptance.

Horror fans may require blood and other ingredients in their films, but I often wondered how many times a horror fan can see the special effect of a throat getting cut before the trick becomes boring. Yes, there is a throat-cutting scene in Verotika, but I am not mentioning it as an insult. I really am curious if horror fans can see the same gimmick in dozens of movies the same way that an infant is endlessly amused by a simple trick. If the answer is yes, then the throat-cutting shot will make such fans happy. There is plenty of blood in this movie.

I am happy to see that Glen Danzig is not afraid of female nudity in this silly era of primitive censorship. For this reason alone I will not state anything negative about the movie. I also refrain from any sort of bashing because I noticed that people on social media are ridiculing the movie, and I do not want to join in. Many of those insults are also from people who haven’t even seen the movie yet. The expectation is to hate it. It seems like gossiping housewives, so I would rather not join those ranks.

It is true that if this movie could be a comedy if I invite friends over and drink a lot. It can definitely provide that kind of fun. I don’t know what the intention of the creator was. The movie might have been made in total seriousness, sort of like “The Room” which might actually be the case. Regardless of the intention, I decided, within minutes of watching, that this was to be taken lightly.

If you have a fair amount of discretionary income, I would suggest buying this even if it is to be a gift from someone else. I want to support anyone who provides content that is currently under attack. Fuck censorship, and fuck puritans. It’s bad enough that politically-correct retards are infecting the ranks of metal – the feeble-minded sheep are trying to sanitize horror. Fight them with a purchase of any movie that spits in those faces.


When I received this album, the first thing I checked was who the vocalist was. I couldn’t believe it when I saw the name. Johan Langquist . He had delivered the magical performances on “Epicus Doomicus Metallicus“- I held hope my entire life that he would return. In fact, I heard that he was one of the singers who were considered for “King of the Grey Isles” – and although I was dismayed when Johan wasn’t chosen, I had to admit that the former Solitude Aeturnus singer was perfect for those songs.

The first song on The Pendulum starts out with almost a “Symptom of the Universe” feeling, rooting me in the world of Black Sabbath as I try to orient myself in this new Candlemass music.

I must give the disclaimer that Johan does not sing the way that he did on Epicus Doomicus Metallicus, so do not have the unbearably anxious feeling that I had as I cursed every delay.

If you love Candlemass then I do not need to state anything because you will buy the album without question. The only remarks that I would like to make is that these songs live on their own. They are not an extension of any other album. This production is unique to this E.P. so you won’t get a comparison to anything else. You must simply trust that these godlike musicians have offered something that you must hear.