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A few more sneak peaks from 31

Hanging with Pancho

Rob Zombie is now just a few short weeks away from completing his next movie 31, which is currently in the editing phase.

The movie, features Malcolm McDowell, Meg Foster, Judy Geeson and Sheri Moon Zombie,  and centers around five carnival workers kidnapped on Halloween eve, only to be subjected to a torturous game of cat, mouse and impending death by a violent gang of evil clowns.

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Michael is top again! Halloween now 8 years top box office on Labor Day weekend!

Halloween Labor Day weekend


Is everyone else too scared? Scared the boogeyman will get ya!

Another Labor Day Weekend has come and gone and again Michael Myers reigns supreme, as Rob Zombie’s Halloween is still the top grossing movie opening over the Labor weekend  – since 2007!!

That’s eight years seeing off some great contenders such as Lawless, The Possession, Machete and some teeny bopper band put out a movie too…but we guess they got scared too.

Anyway thanks again to everyone who helped make Halloween a success.

Good luck to whoever wants to try next year………

From the editing room – RZ hard at work on 31

Rob Zombie Glenn Garland 31

Rob Zombie is currently working on the editing of his next movie 31, and has teased this behind the scenes image with Glenn Garland as they work on putting the finishing touches to the movie.

As you can see, mucho java is needed too!

RZ recently spoke to Bloody Disgusting and confirmed the film would be out in early 2016; “Right now, we’re almost done editing and then we gotta do some visual effects and some production and color timing. Really just working on the music. It’s really just the final stages. So we’ll probably be completely finished by November. And it’ll be out early next year.”

A little behind the scenes of 31: Happy cast

31 cast

A small update from behind the scenes of the next Rob Zombie movie 31, with the good guys, in happier times.

From left to right are, Kevin Jackson, Sheri Moon Zombie, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Meg Foster and Jeff Daniel Phillips.

Hellbilly Deluxe turns 17 – share your thoughts!

Hellbilly Deluxe 17 years

Rob Zombie’s solo debut album Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside the Spookshow International, came out 17 years ago (August 25, 1998). It debuted at number 5 in the Billboard charts, and reached Platinum status just three months later. It carried on the vein of sounds fans were familiar with from the White Zombie years, and its mix of metal and industrial sounds meant it garnered new fans as well as placated loyal fans.

Speaking to Loudwire, Zombie says; “I think people could tell I was having a good time making this music and playing around a little with this different technology and these different sounds,” he said. “As long as I’m having fun with what I’m doing then it will probably come through in the music.”

The album has sold over 3 million units and continues to be a fan favorite with tracks such as “Dragula“, “Living Dead Girl” and “Superbeast” still being played in Zombie’s live set. It also received a re-release in 2005 with new artwork, and was the basis for the successful remix album American Made Music to Strip By.

Read Loudwire’s look back at the album here and of course share your thoughts on the album, on the official Hellbilly Deluxe page, by clicking here.