Fourteen years ago Rob Zombie unleashed his debut film on the world – House of 1000 Corpses – and introduced horror fans to the diabolical Firefly family. The film was a carefully created homage to B-Movie horrors and the Marx Brothers. Fans took to their hearts Sheri Moon Zombie’s Baby Firefly, Captain Spaulding, played by Sid Haig and Otis Driftwood as portrayed by Bill Moseley. The film went on to spawn an equally loved sequel – The Devil’s Rejects.
Back on the 10th anniversary we shared this fantastic look back on the movie from Brutal As Hell: robzombie.com/2013/04/happy-birthday-10-years-of-house-of-1000-corpses/ – it’s still a good read today.
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UPDATE: 16 April – that’s all folks! This shirt is now sold out. Don’t forget to check out the next shirt coming SOON!
Give me a B, give me an A, give me a B, give me a Y! What does that spell? WHAT DOES THAT SPELL?
Yes ladies and gentleman, it’s Monday and that means the latest VERY LIMITED EDITION Rob Zombie/Local Boogeyman collaboration short, has been unveiled. This time get your hands on this Baby Firefly mugshot shirt. The shirt is available in classic or distressed style and a variety of sizes for men and women.
Remember these are extremely limited, and once gone they will be gone forever.
So secure yours today. Go here: localboogeyman.com/collections/rob-zombie/products/the-devils-rejects-baby-mugshot
On July 22, 2005, Rob Zombie unleashed the Firefly Family again on the cinema audience, with The Devils Rejects. The sequel to his debut movie House of 1000 Corpses saw Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie), Otis (Bill Moseley) and Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), on the run from Sheriff Wydell (William Forsyth), a man obsessed with bringing the blood shedding family to justice (in one way or the other) for the death of his brother.
So today, July 22, 2015, is officially The Devils Rejects day, to mark the 10th anniversary of the release of the film (already??!!).
To celebrate, watch the infamous “Free Bird” end scene PLUS the “Midnight Rider” clip from the film. And why don’t you share your memories of the movie. To do so, just click >>> (more…)