Rob Zombie’s diabolical trio returns when 3 From Hell arrives on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital), Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, Digital, and On Demand October 15 from Lionsgate. Written and directed by horror master Rob Zombie (House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, Halloween), the “savagely ferocious” (Variety) film follows three of the director’s most vicious creations as they leave a trail of corpses in their wake.
Take home 3 From Hell and immerse yourself in its blood-soaked world with exclusive and extensive special features, including an audio commentary with director Rob Zombie and a 4-part “making of” featurette. Additionally, the 3 From Hell 4K and Blu-ray discs will feature the unrated cut, even more sadistic and terrifying than the theatrical version of the film. The 3 From Hell 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $29.99, $24.99, and $19.98, respectively.
4K UHD / BLU-RAY / DVD / DIGITAL SPECIAL FEATURES
Audio Commentary with Writer-Director Rob Zombie
“To Hell and Back: The Making of 3 From Hell” Featurette (4-Part Documentary Available on 4K and Blu-ray Only; Part 1 Available on DVD)
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Bill Moseley is a film actor and musician who has starred in a number of cult classic horror films, including HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES (2003), REPO! THE GENETIC OPERA (2008) and as Otis Driftwood in THE DEVIL’S REJECTS (2005). His first big role was in THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 (1986) as Chop Top. On the HBO TV series Carnivàle (2003), Moseley had a recurring role as camp cook Possum. He’s also released records with guitarist Buckethead in the bandCornbugs, as well as featuring on the guitarist’s solo work.
Bill Moseley took the time to talk to We Are Movie Geeks about his newest film 3 FROM HELL, director Rob Zombie’s long-awaited sequel to THE DEVIL’S REJECTS.
Richard Brake is a well-known British-American character actor who has been working in movies and television, according to imdb, since 1993. Brake has appeared in such movies as Death Machine, Batman Begins, Hannibal Rising, Kingsman: The Secret Service, and Mandy, and TV shows like NCIS: Los Angeles, Above Suspicion, Mob City, and Game of Thrones. Brake’s latest movie is the highly anticipated sequel to The Devil’s Rejects, Three from Hell, once again written and directed by Rob Zombie and starring Sheri Moon Zombie, Bill Moseley, and Sid Haig and which can be seen in select theatres via Fathom Events on September 16th, 17th, and 18th, 2019 (tickets are available at FathomEvents.com/3FromHell. In Three from Hell, Brake plays unknown (until now) Firefly family member Winslow Foxworth Coltrane and gets to join in on the usual Firefly family mayhem. In this interview. Crane talks with this writer about making Three from Hell, working once again with Rob Zombie (Brake appeared in Zombie’s Halloween II and 31), and more.
3 From Hell is finally upon us. The unrated version of the highly anticipated conclusion to the Firefly family trilogy — kicked off with 2003’s House of 1000 Corpses and continued with 2005’s The Devil’s Rejects— is set to hit the big screen in nearly 900 theaters on September 16th, 17th and 18th via Fathom’s Digital Broadcast Network. By all rights, the film shouldn’t even exist: 14 long years have passed since The Devil’s Rejects’ release, and at the end of that movie, the series’ antiheroes, the new film’s titular three — Captain Spaulding, played by the great Sid Haig, and his wicked offspring Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie) and Otis (Bill Moseley) — are bullet-riddled and seemingly dying after a roadside shoot-out with police. Those temporal and narrative hurdles aside, Zombie says that, a year into preproduction and planning, the movie did indeed seemed doomed itself, after Haig fell ill. Instead, the rocker-director, who also wrote 3 From Hell, reached into his seemingly bottomless well of creativity and completely reimagined the film’s storyline.
The result may be “a completely different movie” than the one he originally set out to make, but he’s still very proud of it — and he should be.