Alice Cooper's Demons Explored In New Documentary

(Classic Rock) A documentary on the life and career of Alice Cooper explores his struggle with alcohol and drugs - a part of his life he has rarely discussed in public. Filmmaker Sam Dunn, of Canadian firm Banger Films, says his feature-length film, Super Duper Alice Cooper, sees the iconic singer discuss issues he has previously shied away from.

Dunn tells Bravewords: "The drug abuse problem was never something he had talked about before - it was taboo for him. He didn't think it was cool to be a druggie. I think also what makes Alice different than a lot of rockers is he's got this moral compass that comes with a Christian upbringing. His father was a pastor.

"So we tried to tell the story of Alice in a way that gave a sense of where he came from and how this lifestyle he got caught up in sort of threatened to dismantle his own morals and the principles with which he was raised." more on this story

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