Corey Taylor was first seen in ‘Welcome to Our Neighborhood,’ the first video album by American heavy metal band ‘Slipknot’ released in 1999. The video earned wide praise from critics. After appearing in the 2001 documentary ‘We Sold Our Souls for Rock 'n Roll’ by Penelope Spheeris, he made his big-screen debut in the 2002 American science fiction film ‘Rollerball’ directed by John McTiernan. The film was marred by negative reviews from critics and was a box office disaster. He continued to appear in video albums, films, and documentaries such as ‘Voliminal: Inside the Nine’ (2006), ‘Roadrunner United: Documentary’ (2008), ‘Get Thrashed’ (2008), ‘Of the (sic): Your Nightmares, Our Dreams’ (2009), ‘Audible Visions of (sic)nesses’ (2010), and ‘Sound City’ (2013). In 2015, he starred as ‘Bauer’ in the Robert Green Hall-directed horror film ‘Fear Clinic.’ The film received mixed reviews from critics. He was next seen in television series and shows such as ‘Doctor Who’ (2015) and ‘QI’ (2016). Taylor portrayed Headcase Harry in the 2016 American action thriller film ‘Officer Downe’ directed by Shawn Crahan. The film saw mostly negative reviews upon release and received a 33% approval score on Rotten Tomatoes. He next appeared in television series and video albums such as ‘Nostalgia Critic’ (2017), ‘Day of the Gusano: Live in Mexico’ (2017), ‘Nostalgia Critic’ (2019), and ‘Diamanda Hagan’ (2019). He was last seen in the 2020 American anthology horror film ‘Bad Candy’ directed by Scott B. Hansen and Desiree Connell. The film saw its world premiere at the Grimmfest International Festival of Fantastic Film.
Jonathan Cross joins promoter Alexi Petrovich to compete alongside Marcus and Aurora in a fierce extreme sport, ‘Rollerball.’ When cruel Alexi creates more dangers to draw blood just to please the audience and increase ratings, Jonathan and Marcus decide to quit, but Alexi sends his goons after them. As Alexi decides on public execution of Jonathan in no-rules match, Jonathan must fight for survival.