Peter Murphy and Nivek Ogre have been announced as starring actors in BlackGloveKiller, the forthcoming movie from Fangoria editor, composer, and movie director Chris Alexander. According to Alexander, BlackGloveKiller will be “an erotic, violent fever dream driven by mood, music, and atmosphere,” detailing the story of a nocturnal predatory woman named Miranda. He also goes on to say that the movie, “nods to its influence but is still distinctly the product of my own imagination.”
Ogre, most renowned as the vocalist for OhGr and Skinny Puppy, has several acting credits under his belt, having appeared in musicals like Repo! The Genetic Opera and The Devil’s Carnival series, as well as a cameo appearance with fellow Skinny Puppy members Dwayne Goettel and cEvin Key in Gregg Araki’s The Doom Generation, and a role in Alexander’s previous work Queen of Blood. Murphy, whose solo career and tenure as vocalist for Bauhaus have made him a veritable icon in goth music, had an uncredited cameo in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. He also famously appeared performing the Bauhaus signature song “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” in the opening sequence to the Tony Scott-directed vampire movie The Hunger, which featured David Bowie in a starring role.