In the week that sees phantoms, ghoulies and freaks invading the human world, CAN spent this year’s Halloween filming Alice Cooper's infamous fright show, The Night of Fear, in 3D.
The outrageous American rock god treated treat fans to another legendary Halloween spectacular and took it to another shocking level in 3D. Always pushing the boundaries of decency, the King of Ghoul performed a concert filled with shock and gore including guillotines, electric chairs, blood special effects and fire-eaters.
CAN filmed the show in high definition 3D, featuring a 100 minute set of over 20 songs, including classics like School’s Out, Welcome to My Nightmare and Poison, all featuring Alice at his horrific best.
"We work hard to gross out audiences all over the world but also to play some of the best rock n roll on the planet," says Alice, "If you can't be at Alexandra Palace, to see it in 3D is the next best thing to being there. We’ll throw plenty of gore into your living room and it is fantastic for the fans to be able to show off their costume creations on TV and in 3D!"
Broadcast on Sky on Halloween, John Cassy, Sky 3D's channel director commented, "Alice Cooper's Halloween Night of Fear, a concert performance made for Sky 3D, will transform viewers' living rooms into a real Halloween spectacle. Fans of all things macabre will get the fright of their lives in a whole new dimension - and without the need for trick or treaters."
Alice Cooper's Night of Fear is the first new production by Toucan, a joint venture combining the creativity and broadcast pedigree of Touch Productions and the specialist 3D production capabilities of Can Communicate.