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New Horror Spoof To Star Snoop Dogg
Rapper’s Production Co. 'Throws Bones' to Jason Alexander, Billy Dee Williams, et al

Take one Rap Star, mix liberally with a cast of Has-Beens and Never-Was’s, half-bake some kind of Scary Story, sprinkle generously with Hot Babes and you get?

Hollywood’s latest entry in the dumb movie department, Snoop Dogg’s Hood Of Horror.

Executive-Produced by Snoop’s own Snoopadelic Films, 'Hood' is described as a "hip hop horror anthology" which "follows the fortunes of the residents of an inner city neighborhood whose actions in this life will determine their destination in the afterlife".

Our guide through the three horrific Hood Tales is none other than the Snoopster himself, who chews the scenery like Lassie on a leg bone.

The tag-line? "It’s NOT all good in da hood."

Aside from former Seinfeld star Jason Alexander and Colt 45 shill Billy Dee Williams, the cast reads like a who’s who of Hollywood extras, many of whom are barely known on the small screen.

Ernie Hudson, Danny Trejo, Aries Spears and Lin Shaye (who also appears in Snakes On A Plane!) are the most recognizable names in Hood, which was scripted by the same team who wrote this year’s direct-to-DVD release 2001 Maniacs.

Appearing as eye candy are April 2000 Playboy Centerfold and former Baywatch star Brande Roderick as the hot girl who screams a lot, and Sydney Tamiia Poitier, daughter of Sidney Poitier, as the black girl who gets her head cut off.

If you can stay awake, look for cameo appearances by Detroit Pistons forward Tayshawn Prince, Lakers forward Lamar Odom and rapper Method Man as himself.

Filmed entirely in Los Angeles, Hood is scheduled for release as soon as the editors are able to hammer the raw film into some kind of semblance of a movie. (Marty Sherman)


A.) Snoop’s the Darryl F. Zanuck of the New Millennium.
B.) Darryl F. Who? I hope Brande Roderick takes her clothes off.
C.) What’s a Millennium? She'd better take her clothes off.




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