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Rob Zombie on tour 2015

[Watch] Zombie talks upcoming projects with Loudwire

Louder exclusive interview

At the end of the recent Loudwire Festival, Rob Zombie sat down for an exclusive chat with Loudwire, to discuss some of the projects he has coming up in the future. He talks about how he juggles multiple projects, his next movie 31, and working on the next Zombie album (due out 2016).

As well as this, Zombie talks about some of his personal heroes, and working with the legendary Malcolm McDowell.

To watch the interview in full, click >>>  READ THE STORY AND LEAVE A COMMENT »

Behind the career of RZ “More Horror Than Horror”

Rob Zombie Getty Images Grantland article

A great, and very detailed interview and feature article from Grantland.com, which focuses on director Rob Zombie, and beyond the horror that he is most known for.  The article comes in light of the news that Zombie is to direct a movie about his comic idol Groucho Marx, based on the book by Steve Stoliar entitled “Raised Eyebrows”.

This is a really interesting and thoroughly in-depth look at Zombie’s career.

Enjoy: grantland.com/features/rob-zombie-horror-director/

Zombie talks Groucho Marx, art school, writing music and pyros with Loudwire’s Full Metal Jackie

Rob Zombie Loudwire Full Metal Jackie

At the recent Loudwire Music Festival in Colorado, Full Metal Jackie caught up with Rob Zombie and talked about his next movie venture about his comedy hero Groucho Marx, why he got kicked out of art school, what the songwriting process has been like for the next album and why he has opted for a more minimalist stage show.

To read the interview, go here: loudwire.com/rob-zombie-groucho-marx-film-songwriting

RIP Irwin Keyes – goodbye to another friend

Irwin Keyes

It is with sadness we hear of the passing of another friend – actor Irwin Keyes. Rob Zombie reflects on the news “I have just heard the terrible news that our friend Irwin Keyes has passed away. Irwin was a cool guy and a big part of the House of 1000 Corpses family. He will be missed by us all.”

Keyes made his screen debut in the 1979 cult classic “The Warriors” but also worked with Woody Allen, the Coen Brothers and of course with Rob Zombie as Ravelli in House of 1000 Corpses. Our thoughts are with his wife Tracey Fontaine and his family.

Steve Stoliar explains why he approves of Rob Zombie to direct his Groucho Marx story “Raised Eyebrows”

Steve Stoliar

Steve Stoliar, friend, and former personal assistant to the legendary comic genius Groucho Marx, writes a guest column for the Hollywood Reporter in which he explains why there is “nothing scary” about the prospect of Rob Zombie directing the film adaptation of his book “Raised Eyebrows”.

Nothing Rob has said or done since has given me second thoughts about having placed the care and feeding of my story in his hands. As we’ve gotten to know each other, I’ve come to realize what kindred spirits we are — despite outward appearances — not just in terms of this project, but in other areas, including a shared love for classic rock and lesser Bela Lugosi films.”

It’s a really interesting read. Read the column in full here: hollywoodreporter.com/news/how-horror-meister-rob-zombie

31 Teaser: Father Murder and Sister Serpent

Father Murder Sister Serpent 31

From Rob Zombie:

Yet another shot from 31 featuring Father Murder (Malcolm McDowell) and Sister Serpent (Jane Carr) during a rather calm moment in their secret 31 hideaway.

The naughty bits have been censored for your protection, ha ha!

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