Its that time of the year and Rob Zombie has once again opened his Great American Nightmare haunting house and music festival, returning to Villa Park in Chicago.
The experience was voted a “must see haunt” in 2014 by Haunted Attractions
Bloody Disgusting was there for Rob’s first night performance and give a review not only on the performance, but all three of this years haunted houses too.
On the haunted houses they say “It was a lot of fun last year and even better this year“; and of the show itself “Rob was firing on all cylinders last night. He was in the moment, in full command of the audience, and just on with every little thing“.
If you haven’t checked it out yet, go here to book now!
With just a couple of weeks left to crowd-fund for Rob Zombie’s next movie ’31’, Bloody-Disgusting catch up with the movie-maker as he discusses how the crowd-funding project was started for the film, what he’s learned over the years as a film-maker, and his favorite Halloween movies (that aren’t Halloween).
To take part in the crowd-funding and score some pretty exclusive swag, go to: http://rz-31.com
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When the Mayhem Festival trundled into Clarkston, MI, on 28 July, Bloody Disgusting were there waiting to conduct an interview with Rob Zombie. In it. they discuss “Zombie’s upcoming “Great American Nightmare” attraction as well as his upcoming live DVD, which he states will not be your typical live concert fare”. They also talk about Zombie’s next movie – the non-horror, though none-the-less bloody story of the Broad Street Bullies.
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Rob Zombies The Lords of Salem has had an eventful week. Not only did it receive it’s premiere at the Toronto International Film Festiva but it gained a distributor in the form of Anchor Bay Films. There’s been alot of press over the past few days and a good stream of interviews. Here’s a new one as Bloody Disgusting interview stars Sheri Moon Zombie and Jeff Daniel Phillips.
Whether it’s cast or crew, Writer/Director Rob Zombie loves to stick to a core group. Like Quentin Tarantino, he enjoys casting some long forgotten talent from the genre titles he grew up on and admired. Zombie cleverly goes against our expectations and previous experiences with a certain actor and uses him or her in a refreshingly unexpected way. (more…)