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ONE WEEK ONLY! Wendy Banjo Zomboogey Shirt – get yours NOW!

Zomboogey Rob Zombie Local Boogeyman Wendy Banjo shirt

It’s a new week and a new shirt from the Rob Zombie/Local Boogeyman collaboration Zomboogey!

This time get your hands on this The Devils Rejects inspired ‘Wendy Banjo’ shirt.

This is a white shirt, available in either classic or distressed design. Sizes available up to 3XL.

Don’t miss out! Once gone, this will be GONE! So get it today!

https://www.localboogeyman.com/collections/rob-zombie/products/devils-rejects-wendy-banjo

Rob Zombie pays touching tribute to Hellbilly Deluxe artist Basil Gogos

Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside Spookshow International

It was with sadness that we heard of the passing of artist Basil Gogos. His classic horror art has wowed many over the years, including Rob Zombie, who commissioned Gogos to do the artwork for his first solo album, Hellbilly Deluxe.

He paid this tribute:

Seems like every day I wake up to to the horrible news that another friend has died. Today I found out the great Basil Gogos had left us. This is very sad. He was the nicest guy. I can always remember his happy, raspy voice on the phone “Hey Rob. It’s Basil !”. He would always send me and Sheri a Christmas card with a special sketch inside. Usually Frankenstein.

Over the years I commissioned quite a few painting from him (Herman Munster, Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolfman) including the main image of my career the cover of Hellbilly Deluxe. It wouldn’t have been the same without it.

He was the master. Another horror legend gone.

Rob also shared an image of the Wolfman which Basil painted as a gift. To see the image, and leave your own tribute, click >>> READ IN FULL AND COMMENT »

“Rob Zombie’s 13 Nights of Halloween” Schedule Announcement

Rob Zombie HDNET 13 Nights of Halloween

A month or so ago we announced that Rob Zombie would be hosting HDNet’s 13 Nights of Halloween in October. Now the movies screening from October 19 – 31 have been revealed.

From HDNet:

“The Great American Nightmare” comes to HDNET MOVIES this October, as the network unleashes Rob Zombie’s 13 Nights Of Halloween—airing every night at 9pE from Thursday, October 19 through Tuesday, October 31. The Halloween event puts the spotlight on 13 films hosted by heavy metal mastermind and acclaimed horror icon Rob Zombie. The event kicks off with Zombie’s celebrated sophomore opus THE DEVIL’S REJECTS, starring Bill Moseley, Sid Haig, and Sheri Moon Zombie as the maniacal Firefly clan, embarking on a murderous road trip with a vengeful sheriff (William Forsythe) in hot pursuit.

To read the full line-up of movies and to find out how to enter the ultimate Rob Zombie prize pack, click >>> READ IN FULL AND COMMENT »

Rob Zombie film alumni to attend Famous Monsters Halloween Convention 2017

Famous Monsters Halloween Convention 2017

Want to meet Malcolm McDowell (Halloween, 31), Jeff Daniel Phillips (The Lords of Salem, 31) and Doom-Head himself, Richard Brake (Halloween 2, 31)? Then get to the San Jose Convention Center from October 27 – 29 2017 to attend the Famous Monsters Halloween Convention.

Meet the stars, get memorabilia signed and get to ask that burning question that has haunted you since you saw them do that thing in that scene!

Tickets are on sale now, including day passes, family packages and more. Go here for more details: famousmonstershalloween.com

10 years on: Rob Zombie’s Halloween still dominates Labor Day Box Office

Halloween Rob Zombie Labor Day Weekend 2017 results

When Rob Zombie’s Halloween was released over the Labor Day Weekend in 2007, it broke box office records for this holiday weekend in the US.

And it has continued to do so year after year.

Other movies have tried to beat Halloween, which had a Labor Day box office result of $30.5 million, but they have all failed. Valiant attempts have been made by such contenders as The Possession, Morgan, Lawless, Don’t Breathe and a teeny-tiny pop band called One Direction, but none have managed to topple Big Mike.

Congratulations to The Hitman’s Bodyguard which *topped 2017’s weekend box office results for September 1 – 4, but also commiserations and good luck to whoever wants to try to take the mantle next year.

A decade on from Halloweens release, thank you for helping make Rob Zombie’s Halloween a success. Don’t forget to check out the movie and more info on here it here: Rob Zombie’s Halloween movie page.

*Box office results courtesy of Box Office Mojo

Halloween turns ten years old

Rob Zombie Halloween 2007 tenth anniversary 2017

On August 31, 2007, Rob Zombie unleashed his vision of Michael Myers onto the movie screens.

His origin story, a reimagining of the John Carpenter classic, looked further back at the childhood of Myers as well as following Myers as he wrecked bloody revenge on his hometown of Haddonfield that fateful Halloween night.

In Zombie’s version, the role of the Myers (originally only credited as ‘The Shape’ in Carpenter’s 1978 film), was played by Tyler Mane. Mane in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly said of working with Zombie “he’s a fantastic guy, a great director, he’s got his vision, he knows what he wants, and he put together a great team. Just working with Scout and Malcolm and everyone, it was a fantastic experience.” The film also saw appearances from Scout Taylor-Compton who played Myers unknowing baby sister Laurie Strode, Sheri Moon Zombie as Debbie Myers, Daeg Faerch who played the pre-pubescent killer Myers who slaughters his family and Malcolm McDowell who played Dr Samuel Loomis.

Halloween, released over the Labor Day Weekend, broke box office records at the time and continues to do so: robzombie.com/2016/09/top-again-for-labor-day. Can Michael make it ten years at the top this year?

To find out more about the film, visit our official Halloween movie page here at robzombie.com/movies/halloween/.

And share your memories of seeing the film, by clicking here to leave a comment >>>> READ IN FULL AND COMMENT »

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