Barackula The Musical

Barackula the Musical is coming to the tubes in the next few weeks.

Via MTV:
Take the upcoming movie "Barackula — The Musical," for instance. Sort of like the instant Web hit Will.I.Am video/song "Yes We Can," the political horror film by first-time director Mike Lawson (Bootleg Bandy from "American Pie Presents Band Camp," among other credits) uses Obama's own inspiring words as its source material.

Only "Barackula — The Musical" uses them to tell the fictional story of a young Barack Obama fighting off vampires at his alma mater, Harvard Law School. Currently in post-production and slated to debut online within the next few weeks, "Barackula" is described by Lawson as a "short political horror rock musical about young Barack Obama having to stave off a secret society of vampires at Harvard when he was inducted into presidency at the Harvard Law Review in 1990."

In the flick, the vampire-fighting Obama, played by newcomer Justin Sherman ("The Man Who Couldn't") struggles to persuade the Ivy League vampire society that "opposing political philosophies can coexist or else the society may transform Obama to the dark side." Oh, and along the way you get to see some dancing Harvard student vampires.
It's a mix of "Thriller" and "Jesus Christ Superstar!" BULLY! I think the entertainment industry is going a bit too far this year in the political realm. The concept of Obama as a Messiah vampire slayer makes me wonder- what's next? Mike Huckabee stars in a Chuck Norris directed remake of Invasion U.S.A. Huckabee is a one man army who saves America from invading abortion doctors and their homosexual nurses. ARGHHHHH!!!

Barackula the Movie.

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