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[Watch] Rob Zombie discusses the inspiration behind ’31’

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Rob Zombie’s next movie, ’31’ is kicking off now. Zombie is getting the fans involved this time round by offering a chance to be part of the crowdfunding project, for which he explained this decision to Rolling Stone magazine; “I’ve noticed with all of the movies I’ve made that so many people get tattoos from the movie,” Zombie explains. “When you love something so much, you just want to be a part of it. And that’s what I think about this crowd-funding campaign – you can be a part of it.”

Find out more: rz-31.com

To watch Rob discuss the inspiration behind the story for the gritty ’31’, click  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

Be a part of Rob Zombie’s next film; ’31’

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Rob Zombie talks about his next film, ’31’

Welcome to my next film. It is called 31. It is the story of five random people kidnapped on the five days leading up to Halloween and held hostage in a place called Murder World. While trapped inside this man-made Hell they must fight to survive playing the most violent game known to man… a game called 31. 

31 has no rules. 31 has no boundaries. It is ever so simple. Do whatever you can do to kill your opponent before they kill you. Keep this up for 12 hours and freedom is yours. Who are the opponents? Well… a group of vile, filthy, blood-thirsty clowns known as THE HEADS. They come in all shapes and sizes and each grows nastier than the last.

To read more from Rob about the film’s premise, and find out how YOU (yes you sat there right now) could be a part of this project and help in this crowd funded effort,  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

[Watch] Rob Zombie discuss 31 on Eugene’s Entertainment Report

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Rob Zombie is crowd funding for his next movie ’31′; a scare-fest which he summarises as; “31 has no rules. 31 has no boundaries. It is ever so simple. Do whatever you can do to kill your opponent before they kill you. Keep this up for 12 hours and freedom is yours. “.

He speaks to Eugene at “Eugene’s Entertainment Report” about the film, and why he wants the fans involved.

Get involved: RZ-31.com

To watch the interview, click:  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

[Watch] the bloody new trailer for Assassins Creed Unity, by Rob Zombie and Tony Moore

Assassins Creed Unity

Ubisoft, premiered a new animated trailer for their upcoming game release, Assassin’s Creed Unity during a demo/Q&A at Comic-Con this past Friday. Our friends at Rolling Stone magazine were given the trailer for an exclusive airing yesterday, and now its you can watch the gory excerpt here at robzombie.com. The animated short was  Rob Zombie and The Walking Dead co-creator Tony Moore.

The clip is a retelling of the French Revolution, the period in which the game is set. Rob Zombie spoke to Rolling Stone Magazine about working on a video game piece:  “I thought it was interesting because I never work in the medium of video games, so it was a new thing to do“.

Read more at Rolling Stone Magazine HERE or to watch the clip,  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare adds Chicago to horror fest

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Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare has announced a second engagement for 2014. The ultimate Halloween horror event will invade the Chicago metropolitan area select nights from September 26-November 1 at Odeum Expo in Villa Park, IL. (Find out more on the tour page)

Opening night will also feature a special one-night-only concert with groundbreaking musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie. READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

Rob Zombie answers fans questions about his voice following RockFest

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Following Rob Zombie’s sudden withdrawal from the stage, after two songs, at RockFest this saturday, it is understandable fans were upset at missing a full show from the band – something Rob is as much saddened by, having played through thick and thin for the past 29 years.  However as the following statement from Rob says, this was not something he did lightly and he hopes these words may go some way to state why he had to stop the show early.

From Rob Zombie:

I am very sorry to everyone who was at RockFest. Believe it or not this is the first time in 29 years I have not been able to finish a show. I have played through many many nights with a fucked voice. I knew it backstage but came out and tried anyway, but failed. I understand people are pissed, but what can you do? It is easy to say “man up and just do it” but when no sound is coming out there is nothing you can do. If you have ever lost your voice before, then you know it doesn’t magically return just because you want it to. If there was a way to do the show I would have done it, as I have many, many times before. Fuck, I done shows where I walked to the side of the stage between songs to vomit I was so sick. Whatever. I’m not looking for sympathy and I don’t expect anyone care but these are the facts.  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

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