This is an original prop used in the film Halloween 2007 as set dressing in the Strode house. It is a one-of-a-kind item of actors Dee Wallace, Scout Taylor-Compton, and Pat Skipper posing as the Strode family. The picture comes framed, but the frame is damaged due to being thrown around in the scene where Michael Myers kills Mr. and Mrs. Strode. I’m sure you all remember how Michael trashed the house in that scene.
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Rob Zombie is having a clear out of a ton of movie props. Including prop knives, screen used from Halloween 2007, and original one-of-a-kind Michael Myers masks from the wall of his sanitarium cell.
The auctions are being held on eBay and will finish in 6 days times. Each of the masks, and the screen used prop knives, will come with a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by Rob Zombie. Click the links below:
Halloween prop knives: http://www.ebay.com/itm/281866274951?ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
Tis the season to be scary, so Rob Zombie shares a playlist of the ultimate Halloween themed tracks with Entertainment Weekly.
“Rob Zombie knows a thing or two about getting spooky — peep these album names from his time as White Zombie frontman as well as a solo act: Soul-Crusher, Make The Die Slowly, La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. 1, Hellbilly, and The Sinister Urge. (Better yet, check out their lyrics.) He’s also got various creepy movies like Halloween under his belt.
So when it came time for an EW Halloween playlist, there was no one better to turn to than the master himself.”
To view Rob’s “insanely catchy picks”, go to: ew.com/rob-zombie-halloween-playlist
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………
It is with sadness we learn of the passing of Tom Towles. The actor appeared in several Rob Zombie films, including House of a 1000 Corpses, The Devils Rejects and Halloween. A veteran of horror, Towles also starred in “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer” and the 1990 Tom Savini remake of “Night of the Living Dead“. Rob writes in remembrance; “He was such a great guy and I am so grateful that we got to work together several times. He will be really missed.”
With the scary season upon us, what better way to celebrate than reading this great piece from Yahoo Music, as Rob Zombie shares his thoughts on his ten favourite scenes from his own scary, bloody and bloodcurdling movie back catalogue.
So, turn out the lights, pop your head under the covers and settle down as Zombie takes you through some of the most iconic films he has made, including The Devils Rejects, The Lords of Salem and Halloween.
Now tell me, Do you like violence??
Find out more: music.yahoo.com/rob-zombie-10-favorite-scenes
Bret Easton Ellis, the controversial best-selling author and screenwriter behind such modern American classics as ‘American Psycho’, is joined by Rob Zombie on his podcast show “The BEE Podcast“, where they discuss their “lost” Charles Manson project, this summers blockbuster movie Guardians of the Galaxy, in which Zombie had a voice cast credit, remaking John Carpenter’s Halloween, Cannibal Holocaust and much more.
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For Fangoria’s recent Rob Zombie special, (FANGORIA Legends Presents: Rob Zombie), they spoke to actor Danny Trejo, who appeared in Zombie’s films, Halloween, The Devils Rejects, and lent his voice to The Haunted World of El Superbeasto.
Trejo opens up about what it was like to work with Zombie, what Zombie expects from his cast members, and how Trejo views Zombie as a director and visionary.
Yes yes boils and ghouls – sorry boys and girls – Rob Zombie will be joining Jimmy Kimmel for a spooktacular Halloween show, this October 31. He and the band will be performing two tracks on the show’s outdoor stage.
Jimmy Kimmel Live! airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m./10:35 p.m. CT on the ABC television network.
Halloween is fast approaching!
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Yes folks its that time of the year again. For five straight years, Rob Zombie’s Halloween has dominated the all important Labor Day Weekend, box office opening charts. Many have tried to take the films place as the highest grossing movie of this long holiday weekend – and they have all FAILED. Now, teeny dreamy boy – band – One Direction – are trying to take that mantle with their on the road tour film. Forbes.com says that the new One Direction movie earned “$8.9 million on its first 1.25 days” but they predict even with this strong out of the box showing that the “film should end the four-day weekend with over/under $25m, good for the second-biggest Labor Day opening weekend of all time, behind the $30m debut of Rob Zombie’s Halloween remake and ahead of last year’s $21m debut of The Possession.”
Anyway, best of luck One Direction – and thank you to once again to everyone who went out and watched this movie . Don’t forget to check out the movie and more info on here it here: Rob Zombie’s Halloween movie page Happy Labor Day Weekend everyone!
Earlier in the year, Rob Zombie premiered The Lords of Salem at the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas. During that time he sat with SXSW for an “in conversation” where he talks in detail about making films, the way he was allowed to work with complete artistic freedom for The Lords of Salem and much more. This is a revealing and interesting video.
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In a forthcoming interview with SciFiNow, Rob Zombie touched upon the Halloween movies he has directed, including defending his making of Halloween 2 and also made it very clear that he would be no part of any future Halloween films (something he made clear to fans in a ‘Question of the Week‘ last year here at robzombie.com). (more…)
The Twins of Evil US leg rounded off with a spectacular show in Dallas on Halloween. The Examiner has reviewed the show. Find out at the end of the article how you can see images from both sets. The Twins fo Evil will be in Europe at the end of November.
Zombie and Manson Twins of Evil Tour by Jeff Resta
You knew with Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson co-headlining the Twins of Evil Tour on Halloween night was going to be so wickedly awesome, but this show was mind-blowing. Often times when two top billing bands “co-headline” there is usually a noticeable difference in staging, lighting and even sound giving you the feeling that there is still a headliner! Not here. (more…)
Rob Zombie’s The Lords of Salem is setting horror alight, and in this new interview with Indiewire, Rob talks about how the movie came about, and what he feels about making another movie in the Halloween franchise. Enjoy!
Rob Zombie on Going for Broke With ‘Lords of Salem’ and Why Making a Third ‘Halloween’ Would Be “Masochistic” by Nigel M Smith
Rob Zombie impressed many (ourselves included) with his grisly and demented sophomore effort, “The Devil’s Rejects,” only to betray many admirers of that film with his tepid stab at the “Halloween” franchise. After helming the 2009 sequel to that reboot, new film “The Lords of Salem” (which world premiered in Toronto earlier this week in the Midnight Madness section) finds Zombie back in non-remake mode with a gonzo tale that proves the musician turned filmmaker has lost none of his mojo. (more…)
They try, they really try and there have been some worthy contenders over the years, but Rob Zombie’s Halloween still reigns supreme as the highest grossing Labor Day Weekend film release, a record he has held for the past 5 years. This year The Possession tried and got close with a $21.3 million opening over the three-day weekend (making it the second largest opening) but Halloween just can’t quite be matched ($30.5 million in 2007).
Thank you once again to everyone who went out and watched this movie . Don’t forget to check out the movie and more info on here it here: Rob Zombie’s Halloween movie page
Another week rolls by and another Question of the Week is asked by a fan and answered by Rob Zombie. This time thanks goes to Zombiehead member Jason_Frey who asked Rob the following question about any future Halloween movies.
Enjoy. And see at the bottom of the item how it could be you next!
Question: Hi Rob, you had such a interesting take on Micheal Myers and imo brought out his aggresive and real side. I know they are coming out with Halloween3d what happened with your involvement with the Halloween series? Was there ever a plan for a 3rd movie from you? Or was it just like the Devils Rejects 2 and done? Are you gonna watch the Halloween 3d movie? Did you have any input on this subject?
Answer from Rob Zombie: Even though I feel like I’ve been very clear on this subject there always seems to be some confusion so I will set the record straight again. I am not and have never been involved in Halloween 3. I don’t know anything about the project and what is happening with it. I did all I ever wanted to do with Halloween and it is time for me to move onto other things. As far as watching the 3rd movie, who knows? If it looks cool and my friends are in it I guess I will watch it.
To put forward your own question for Rob Zombie to answer, go to the Forum and click on the first category Question of the Week – click New Topic and away you go – and remember BE ORIGINAL! And remember Rob doesn’t just pick one a week – he’s known in the witching hour to browse the forum and answer posts live so keep posting!