Malevolent Creation Guitarist’s Heroic Brush With Death To Become Film Starring Jamie Foxx

Phil Fasciana

Often heroism takes place at the most unlikely moments.  In the blink of an eye, lives can change dramatically and people can do things that forever leave them etched in the pages of history.  When Malevolent Creation guitarist Phil Fasciana walked into a Fort Lauderdale convenience store to buy some chocolate milk on July 3rd, 2009, he could hardly have known that the next three minutes of his life were going to be the stuff legends are made of.  Now, thanks to Fasciana’s bravery in the face of unthinkable danger, Hollywood has decided to turn his life into a motion picture starring superstar Jamie Foxx.

When Fasciana walked into the store, four shots were fired at him from about ten feet away.  Using his martial arts training, he did a flip over the beef jerky display in order to avoid the hail of gunfire.  In moments like this, an average man would have cowered behind the rack of Funyuns and waited for the police to show up and save them.  Not Phil.

Realizing that the life of the storeowner was in danger, Phil snuck up behind the assailant and grabbed him, putting his own gun to the head of the “stupid crackhead burglar” and coolly told the man to stand down.  When the “stupid crackhead burglar” reached for the spare gun he had in his sock, Phil did what John Wayne, Sylvester Stallone or any other great American would have done under the same circumstance; he sent three bullets through the crackhead’s skull, killing him instantly.

When police arrived on the scene, they discovered that the “crackhead” was actually a former KGB agent with ties to the feared Haqqani Network, a terrorist group based out of Afghanistan.  Boris Volkov, known by his nickname Boris The Wolf, was attempting to finance a terrorist attack at Disney World by robbing local convenience stores throughout the state.

When the police later searched his home, they found a crude nuclear device that, if properly armed, could have wiped out 2/3s of the city of Orlando.  It turns out that Phil hadn’t just saved one life; he had potentially saved hundreds of thousands.

In spite of this act of bravery, Phil has said little about the incident.  He politely refused a ticker tape parade offered by the Mayor of Fort Lauderdale.   The only reward he accepted for his act of valor was the storeowners offer of a lifetime supply of chocolate milk. He shunned the limelight and humbly went back to what he loved doing the most, playing heavy metal music.

Phil has fielded hundreds of calls from Hollywood studios wanting to turn his story into a movie, but had, up until this point, decided to stay in the shadows.  However, when Universal Studios offered to donate one million dollars to poor refugee children in Nigeria as part of his payment for the rights to his story, he simply could not refuse.

jamie foxx

Universal began shooting the film on Friday.  Phil, who is credited as an associate producer on the film, believed that only Jamie Foxx could do justice to his story.  “I remember when I used to watch Jamie on the TV show Roc back in the early 90s.  I always thought ‘there is a guy who I have something in common with’.  I’m a huge fan.  Malevolent Creation was even considered covering “DJ Play A Love Song” on “Individous Dominion”, but we got cold feet.”

Studios are often skittish about having an African-American male play a role that seems designed for a white man, but Fasciana wanted the film break some of the racial stereotypes that he believes Hollywood perpetuates.

During his acceptance speech as winner of the Florida chapter of the NAACP’s “Man of The Year” award in 2011, Fasciana said he has and will continue to dedicate his life “to teaching others how to lovingly accept all men and women regardless of the color of their skin”.  He believes that this casting decision will go a long way in “uniting America behind the vision Dr. King articulated in his poignant ‘I Have a Dream’ speech.”

“Malevolent Salvation” is scheduled to debut in theaters in the summer of 2016.

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  1. #1 by Mike Killtheposers Stoker on June 18, 2013 - 11:33 AM

    Jamie Fox is all wrong for the roll. They should of gotten Will Smith. He is a much better actor. Also Jaden could play Mini-Phil.

  2. #2 by John Nelson on June 18, 2013 - 12:02 PM

    It’s good to know there are ordinary heroes out there helping to keep freedom and democracy safe from crackheads with two guns. It’s even better that Hollywood is picking this up to show the world how a true American gets things done.

    • #3 by Ruan Kane on June 19, 2013 - 6:40 PM

      Don’t think the crackhead was really threatening democracy, doesn’t mention him using the 40 bucks or so he’d have gotten from the cash register to fund an Islamicist coup anyway. Fuckin hell, if you Yanks see any way at all of getting the word ‘democracy’ into a sentence ye fuckin will

      • #4 by Necrosmokist on June 20, 2013 - 5:54 PM

        If you had read the article…

        “… was attempting to finance a terrorist attack at Disney World by robbing local convenience stores throughout the state.”

        Yanks: 1, arrogant Brits: 0

  3. #5 by Orange (a/k/a David) on June 18, 2013 - 12:05 PM

    I can’t wait to hear the musical numbers! Singer, pianist, now down-tuned shredder? Oh my, this is going to be good!

  4. #6 by Universe Number Five on June 18, 2013 - 1:19 PM

    inb5 “THOU SHALL KILL!!!”

  5. #7 by mirkinfirkin on June 18, 2013 - 5:08 PM

    A similar thing happened to Nash the Slash in 1974 when he was in a pharmacy buying cough syrup, to help him fend off a particularly nasty Toronto winter. It turns out that also in the pharmacy, in the acid and bleach section, was Igor Gouzenko. Little known to Igor was that he had been targeted by the KGB, who had sent in a “wet” operations unit to finally take out the traitor. The fact that it was thirty years after the fact didn’t matter, the KGB having had a long “to do” list at the time. Nash heroically interposed himself between the murderers and Gouzenko, distracting them sufficiently that their bullets went astray. Unfortunately, many of the glass jugs that the bleach and acid were in exploded, scarring Nash with glass and burning him with acid and bleach, leaving him scarred for life, hence the necessity of appearing in public with his face wrapped in bandages. This had at least the fortunate effect of helping Nash’s musical career, adding an air of mystery to his performances.

  6. #8 by Namza on June 19, 2013 - 8:41 AM

    Hail Phil Fasciana! Was his fan and wrote to him back in the 80s. Met him when Malevolent played Singahellpore in 20008/9. Only Death Metal is Real!

  7. #9 by Aesop Dekker on June 20, 2013 - 7:11 PM

    I wrote this bit when this “happened” back when

    Glad to see his valor hasn’t gone unnoticed by Hollywood.

    • #10 by Keith Spillett on June 20, 2013 - 7:18 PM

      Ha! That’s a great bit, Aesop! It would be a fantastic opening for the film. Then, they flashback through the events that led Phil to be a paragon of courage and finally “BANG” the chocolate milk crackhead killing hero rises to the occasion.

      Ulysses, Superboy and Bernhard Goetz! That killed me.

  8. #11 by Dave Fitzgerald on June 21, 2013 - 7:51 PM

    LOL…i understand and respect his idea that foxx should play this role..but i disagree. I think they should of got some long haired tattooed white kid with a heavy metal t-shirt on to do the part…because it is a fact, that these types of white males are stereotyped and shunned just as much as any black man.To most of america..and most of the world even…these types of white men, are just scum, white trash, drug addict, trouble causing, satan worshipping unemployed theives.
    it is a bad move to have Jamie foxx play this role…and obviously not well thought out. it would have been a great thing, a great statement, to have a white heavy metal kid portrayed in this movie. the whole black sterotype thing is too played out in hollywood..everyone knows that racism is wrong. in this day and age i dont really think people are that blind anymore and can see right through the bullshit. I dont see anymore need in hollywood for the black man to keep trying to prove himself. They have already proven their let someone else defend themselves and try to prove their point….. when i had long hair and would wear my slayer t shirts, people treated me like i had the plague…in a nutshell they treated me like a racist would treat a blackman…the second i cut my hair and dressed like an average man so i could get a job…(because noone would hire me otherwise) the world treated me differently…and it still goes on today as much as it ever has.. racism doesnt only effect the black man in this day an age…….just sayin

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