Alice has appeared in many feature films over the years, normally in minor cameo roles playing himself, but once in a while he gets a proper role although these are often small as well. Below you'll find various film related information collected together in one place.
The following titles all have their own pages
General Movie Information
Andy Michael sent me this list of films that Alice has been linked to at one time or another but never happened:
In the late seventies it was frequently reported that Alice was going to star in the movie of Kurt Vonnegut's 'Breakfast Of Champions'. Certainly Alice would have done it if the chance arose, Vonnegut being his often stated favourite author. The film wasn't made until over 20 years later with no Alice involvement.
Out of curiosity, does anyone know what his favourite film of all time is?
I'm sure Renfield is correct, after all he was probably there when they filmed it. There's only one brief glympse of someone who could be Alice. Check out the image on the left and decide for yourself.
This didnt happen but...
..And it STILL hasn't happened!
Dazed And Confused
Alice took Linda Blair to a showing of 'The Exorcist' which was well reported at the time.
A Clockwork Orange
Alice has frequently mentioned Kubricks 'A Clockwork Orange' in interviews and used it as a reference point. He has worn T-shirts and jackets from the film and during 'Gutter Cats Vs the Jets', the 'Singing in the rain' lyric used live is a reference to a scene in the film.
During the 2003 'Bare Bones' tour, guitarists Ryan Roxie and Eric Dover played an acoustic guitar version of the films main title theme as an introduction to 'Desperado'
The World According To Garp
When 'The World According To Garp' came out in the theaters, it prominently featured 'Long Way to Go' in the scene where Garp ("Dirty thirty?") is giving the babysitter a ride, so to speak. However, when '..Garp' was released on video, 'Long Way to Go' had been replaced by "Are You Always This Hot", a demo by Singer/Songwriter Adam Mitchell.. Nevertheless, 'A Long Way to Go' (sic) by Alice Cooper is one of only three--count 'em--songs listed in the credits, with the other two being the Beatles' 'When I'm Sixty-Four' and Nat "King" Cole's 'There Will Never Be Another You.' ''Long Way to Go' despite being a somewhat obscure album cut from eleven years' prior to the movie's release, fit perfectly with the storyline.
In 1998, Alice was linked with the Tom Savini movie 'Vampirates'. However, nothing has so far come from this.
In 2017 Alice listed his 10 best horror movies for 'Time Out' magazine.
- Salem’s Lot (Tobe Hooper, 1979)
- Suspiria (Dario Argento, 1976)
- The Haunting (Robert Wise, 1963)
- Carnival of Souls (Herk Harvey, 1962)
- The Evil Dead (Sam Raimi, 1981)
- Halloween (John Carpenter, 1978)
- Eraserhead (David Lynch, 1977)
- Alien (Ridley Scott, 1979)
- 30 Days Of Night (David Slade, 2007)
- Silent Hill (Christopher Gans, 2006)