A weather-beaten old fisherman tells an ancient tale of betrayal and death to fascinated children as they huddle together by their campfire. As a piece of driftwood in a child’s hand glows with spectral light an eerie fog envelops the bay, and from it’s midst emerge dripping demonic victims of a century old shipwreck…seeking revenge against a small California coastal town. – (Source)
The common opinion on professional wrestling is that it is just a soap opera for the male population. And the performers in this “sport” all are called upon to act out some truly ludicrous story lines in front of live crowds week in and week out. So it is kinda shocking that so many wrestlers end up being so bad when they are put in an actual film role. John Cena and HHH may be able to captivate a crowd with their performance in the squared circle but neither guy can act their way out of a soggy paper bag. But there are a few rasslers who have proven to have “The Stuff” when it comes to acting outside of the ring and I have decide to list my top 6 sports entertainers who made the transition to the big screen successfully.
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 24% (Critics) / 64% (Audience)
Directed By: Rob Zombie
Written By: Rob Zombie
Starring: Scout Taylor-Compton, Malcolm McDowell and Tyler Mane
Synopsis: Rocker-turned-director Rob Zombie tries his hand at expanding on the John Carpenter property about a homicidal killer who returns to his hometown on Halloween to find and kill his last remaining relative.