While in New Zealand for the first time in 20 years, Rob Zombie took the time to sit down with 3news, to discuss his next movie. And some may be surprised to hear its not Broad Street Bullies, which is currently still in pre-production, but another movie, which he says “I think it’s something fans of the other stuff will like. Probably fans of The Devil’s Rejects will enjoy the most. It’s not connected to that film but it’s more on that headspace“.
To watch the video and read more from the interview, go to: http://www.3news.co.nz/Rob-Zombie-talks-new-film/tabid/418/articleID/333001/Default.aspx#ixzz2trfRyC20
Its been a busy couple of months for Rob Zombie – in fact a very busy 201; what with a new movie, book, album, haunted house ride AND touring – including the ‘Night of the Living Dreads’ tour with Korn this past November.
During this tour, ‘Hear Magazine‘s Ryan LaPointe, spoke with Rob before their Nov 22 appearance at the Deltaplex in Grand Rapids. They talk about “the tour, his latest album Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor, his upcoming film based on the Broad Street Bullies (the Philadelphia Flyers), and the enjoyment of putting together the first Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare.”
You can listen to the interview here: hearmagazine.com/2013/11/21/audio-interview-hear-magazine-interviews-rob-zombie/
In just a few days, Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare opens in Pomona, to scare and entertain the masses who will attend. Zombie himself will be playing the closing night of the event before embarking on a US tour with Korn. He speaks to Radio.com ahead of this to talk about his 2 week Halloween festival The Great American Nightmare, his upcoming film “Broad Street Bullies” and The Puppy Rescue Mission.
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Rock It Out! blog spent part of last weekend chatting with Rob Zombie backstage at the Mayhem Festival, when the show thundered into Tinley Park, IL. Interviewer Sami Jarroush discusses with Rob “the amount of work that goes into a Zombie stage show, the rocker’s forthcoming Halloween festival, Great American Nightmare, why White Zombie will never reunite, and his plans for a movie on the Philadelphia Flyers inspired by their “Broad Street Bullies” era.”
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Chatting with Yahoo Music! , Rob Zombie shares why he likes to have endings in movies that some may consider bleak, about his forthcoming movie concerning the Broad Street Bullies, and how he plans to keep fans entertained in his ‘Great American Nightmare‘ attraction later this year.
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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 Zombie will focus on the infamous and bloody rivalry between the Bruins and the Philadelphia Flyers when he begins filming his hockey biopic movie later in the year. This will be his first foray from horror movies. Speaking to Inside Track at the Boston Herald Zombie said: “I was always a hockey fan. I loved the Boston Bruins as a kid, especially in the ’70s. That’s when I was most fanatical — when Bobby Orr and Phil Esposito were there. But I loved the Flyers too, even though they seemed like evil guys.”
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2013 has been BUSY for Rob Zombie. In fact not just busy but FULL-ON! A book, a movie, a soundtrack, an album, a new movie being worked on and a tour this summer – and we are not even six months into the year. The Associated Press caught up with Rob for a little one on one to discuss all of these releases, and to talk about bringing the House of 1000 Corpses to Broadway!
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From IGN: “Director Rob Zombie on his new witchcraft-focused horror The Lords of Salem, dealing with studios and his upcoming hockey movie” about the Broad Street Bullies!
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Metro.US speaks to Rob Zombie – a musician turned director whom the publication says is one of the few cross-genre artists who “have actually delivered the goods”. In the interview, Zombie talks about how he wanted to film something different in the form of his next feature, Broad Street Bullies, how he was given control with The Lords of Salem and the older movies that may have influenced Zombie on this project.
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Rob Zombie speaks with Huffington Post Live about making The Lords of Salem, how he started making films and what types of movies he and wife Sheri Moon Zombie watch at home – amongst other subject matters. The Lords of Salem is out April 19 and his next album, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor is out April 23.
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Noisecreep interviews Rob Zombie about The Lords of Salem, his next movie project – the non-horror Broad Street Bullies and, if he could be any other musician or filmmaker in history – who would he be?
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Rob Zombie is a very busy man. He has a new album – Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor (April 23) – and new movie – The Lords of Salem (April 19) – coming out this April. In addition he and his band are getting ready to go out on tour over the summer with visits across the US, Canada and South America. On top of that Rob is already working on a new movie – this time chronicling the story of the notorious Broad Street Bullies hockey team. ComingSoon.net spoke with Rob to get an update on where he is with that movie. To see what Rob has to say (more…)
Rob Zombie was recently in Philidelphia to research more about his next film project – a hockey movie about the infamous Broad Street Bullies. While in town, Artisan News caught up with Rob for a chat – hear what he has to say about making movies. To watch the video interview (more…)
Rob Zombie visited the Flyers last night to watch a game and catch up with some of the notorious ‘Broad Street Bullies‘ who will be the subject of his forthcoming movie about the brutal ’70’s hockey team.
Just four days before the Twins of Evil tour ended, Offstage TV sat backstage with Rob Zombie in Vienna, to talk about the tour, his movies, what movies inspire him and more.
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The Twins of Evil tour sums up the end of a very busy year for Rob Zombie, who has wrapped up one movie (The Lords of Salem), released a remix album (Mondo Sex HEad), gone into the studio to record a new Rob Zombie album and started work on a new movie about the Broad Street Bullies. And throw in a co-headliner earlier in the year with Megadeth. Soundspike interviewed Rob recently to talk about all the projects and more.
Rob Zombie talks “Evil” tour, new remix album Story by Christina Fuoco-Karasinski
Rob Zombie is a busy man. Within the last six months, he has juggled the making of new movies “Lords of Salem” and “Broad Street Bullies.” He’s been behind the promotional machine for the remix album “Mondo Sex Head,” and he’s jumped in the studio to create a new collection of songs. So when it comes time to writing songs, he writes them when he has to. (more…)
The night before Halloween Rob Zombie will bring the ‘Twins of Evil’ to Houston. The singer and director speaks ahead of that show to 29-95.com about the tour, the forthcoming album and his future film project about the Broad Street Bullies. Enjoy!
Rob Zombie brings ‘Twins of Evil tour’ to Houston by Andrew Dansby
Rob Zombie’s recent and upcoming sinister urges include a remix album, a new solo record, a film that looks positively terrifying and an eerie commercial for a laundry detergent. Zombie’s work as a successful filmmaker and fright-metal recording artist didn’t quite eat up all his time, so he’s going back to doing one of the things he does best: putting on a really big show. (more…)
Rob Zombie is just days away from completing the next album. While in the studio, Nicole from SuicideGirls.com, put a call into Rob and had a chat about what the fans can expect, about his forthcoming movies and more. (more…)
Rob Zombie has already targetted his next movie project, this time a film based on the notorious Broad Street Bullies. Here he talks to ESPN about it. Enjoy!
The Broad Street Bullies terrified hockey fans in the 1970s. Children in places like Boston and Buffalo feared that Dave “The Hammer” Schultz or one of the other toothless goons from those infamous Philadelphia Flyers teams lurked underneath their beds. (more…)
Rob Zombie has a chat with Philly 2 Philly about his movies, his music, forthcoming tour and more. Enjoy!
Rob Zombie talks Flyers’ ‘Broad Street Bullies’ movie, tour with Marilyn Manson, & Mondo Sex Head by Joe Vallee.
Rob Zombie has had quite a varied career. From the success of his band, White Zombie to his solo career and filmmaking, Zombie is not shy about taking chances. It was recently announced that Zombie’s next film project will be a movie based on the Philadelphia Flyers “Broad Street Bullies” teams from the 1970’s. We talked with Zombie to discuss the early stages of the Flyers’ movie, as well as his fall tour with Marilyn Manson and his first remix album in 13 years, Mondo Sex Head. (more…)
In an exclusive interview with Loudwire’s sister site Screencrush, Rob Zombie updates the fans about the forthcoming and highly anticipated The Lords of Salem movie and his next film project about the ‘Broad Street Bullies’ hockey team. Enjoy!
EXCLUSIVE: ROB ZOMBIE UPDATES ON ‘LORDS OF SALEM’ AND HOCKEY FILM ‘BROAD STREET BULLIES’ by: Britt Hayes
If you’re curious as to when you can see Rob Zombie‘s next film(s), we’ve got an exclusive update from the director and musician on his next horror film, ‘Lords of Salem,’ and his follow-up project, ‘Broad Street Bullies‘ — a hockey film. (more…)
Rob Zombie has optioned the theatrical rights to the story of the “Broad Street Bullies”, the legendary mid-1970’s version of the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team. The Bullies were known for their aggressive playing style that included fighting and intimidation as tactics in their rise from fledging newcomers to a powerhouse franchise.
The Bullies were recently the subject of a critically acclaimed 2010 HBO 24/7 Sports documentary. (more…)