Inspired by the straight-to-cable movies from his childhood, Lough thinks this flick could start a new genre called "Skinemax Cinema." There's no word on the plot, but Green states: "This is a role Marilyn Manson was born to play, and with Evan Rachel Wood bringing dramatic gravity to the ensemble, I have no doubt this will take the horror genre to a new level." A new level of creepiness, perhaps? It was sad/strange enough that after day-dreaming about beating the crap out of Wood in a music video that she'd go back to him, but now a skin flick horror movie? One can only hope that considering the title, she's the one in control of the upcoming splatter.
You might also remember that this isn't the first flick Manson has acted in alongside his girlfriend. in 1999's Jawbreaker, he got to rock Rose McGowan like a creepy hurricane as The Stranger. Are you ready for "Skinemax Cinema" and whatever it could mean with Manson and Wood? Weigh in below.