From Playmaker: Rob Zombie, writer and director of the film ‘Lords of Salem’, talks to Playmaker Magazine Staff Editor Bradford Harrison about directing his wife, Italian horror, and his upcoming tour at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival. To watch the video (more…)
It’s coming! The Lords of Salem are coming!
So check out this interview Rob Zombie took part in with online horror magazine ‘HorrorBug‘. In it Rob talks about his new movie, The Lords of Salem, and his experience of filming in Salem itself; his new album Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor and possible summer touring. To read the interview (more…)
Last night saw the first showing of The Lords of Salem in the USA, at the SXSW in Austin Texas. The Austin Chronicle caught up with one of the stars of the film, Jeff Daniel Phillips and talked about returning to work with Zombie in the role of Herman ‘Whitey’ Salvador. To read the interview (more…)
Fangoria, who in a recent edition of the magazine ran an exclusive excerpt of The Lords of Salem book, sat down with Rob Zombie for a little tete a tete to speak about the writing of the book for the film, his forthcoming new album Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor and a whole lot more. To read the interview (more…)
Playboy’s online website have scored an interview with Rob Zombie ahead of the release of his new movie The Lords of Salem in April (19). In this interview Rob talks about the cinematography of the film, the ‘vibe’ of the movie as well as a few other subjects outside of movie making. To read an excerpt of the interview and see how to read the full interview: (more…)
Seriously you HAVE to love this man! Indiewire had a chat with Rob Zombie before his new movie The Lords of Salem airs at the 2013 SXSW midnight screening (March 8). In this brilliant tongue-in-cheek interview Rob speaks about being the “third-born” Marx Brother, editing on a “pressed-wood table with a black lacquered finish from IKEA” and dance numbers in the film??? Believe me this will bring a smile to your face – to read the interview: (more…)
Actress Dee Wallace is an old hat when it comes to working with Rob Zombie, after appearing in his re-imaging of Halloween as Cynthia Strode. She will next be seen in Zombie’s The Lords of Salem as one of the more sinister ladies of the cast, and she recently sat with Fear.net. To read her views about the film and working with Rob Zombie (more…)
It’s another of the ‘most asked’ questions by Rob Zombie fans; ‘Will the Werewolf Women of the SS trailer be made into a full fledged movie?’
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…)
Fear Net has revisited an interview they conducted with Rob Zombie back in 2009. Post Mortem with Mick Garris saw Rob Zombie discuss in depth his film making decisions, his preparation and writing, how he approaches casting and more. This five video interview is worth seeing again and along with Fear Net we have posted the whole interview here. So to read more and to see all five videos (you will need Flash to view them), (more…)
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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It’s hard to believe its already been over a week since Rob Zombie played a spectacular fireball of a show at The O2 in London. The band are now in the European mainland for the Twins of Evil show which will finish its run on December 12 in Bologna.
Before the O2 show Rob sat and chatted backstage to talk about the tour, what he likes about co-headliners, how he juggles his music and film career and more. To watch the video (more…)
British horror magazine Shock Horror will be featuring an exclusive interview with Rob Zombie about his new movie The Lords of Salem which is due for release in 2013. The article also has Rob talking about his live tour, the Marilyn Manson co-headliner Twins of Evil which is in Europe at the moment and the magazine features a review of one of the shows. The cover art comes from Daniel Mercer who some will be familiar with as Daniel’s art has featured on Total Skull’s website (the wing header) and merchandise. You can see more about Daniel Mercer by visiting: http://www.facebook.com/DanielMercerArtFanPage
To see the full cover art and find out how to get your copy of the magazine (more…)
While still on the Twins of Evil tour, the Wall Street Journal, for their ‘Speakeasy‘ blog, sat down with Rob Zombie before the Hammerstein Ballroom show to talk about “business decisions, branching out and how he survived the rise and fall of alternative rock in the ‘90s”.
To read the short article and watch the video interview (more…)
Timed to be released around the Halloween season Rob Zombie talks about slow burning psychological horror, ”his music, his latest film, and his drive to make the most of every moment he has to create”. To see the interview and read the accompanying piece (more…)
The US leg of the Twins of Evil tour officially ended last night in a Halloween extravaganza. Later this month it will travel overseas to Europe and on the 28 November at the SECC in Glasgow. Scottish publication, The Skinny, chatted with Rob Zombie ahead of the trip about movies, touring and more. He also gives his top five classic horror movie scores.
Season of the Witch: Rob Zombie’s co-headling tour with Marilyn Manson comes to Scotland. Feature by Dave Kerr. Photo by Claire Taylor
With a new feature film and a giant stage production headed for these shores, Rob Zombie talks The Lords of Salem and the touring buddy who wants to kick his ass. (more…)
The Dallas Observer chatted with Rob Zombie yesterday, on the eve of Halloween, to talk about his favorite Universal horror movie monster, how he comes up with his album titles and what he thinks of bad reviews, plus a lot more besides. Enjoy!
Rob Zombie On Revenge, Frank Zappa and Frankenstein By Christian McPhate
All Hallow’s Eve is almost upon us, and what better way to celebrate than with Rob Zombie, who will be performing with Marilyn Manson on the Twins of Evil Tour at Verizon Theatre tomorrow night. (more…)
Halloween is upon us and in time for the spooky day, Rob chatted on the phone with Vevo Music about new music, bands that make his playlist and his movies. Rob Zombie is in Dallas tonight with Marilyn Manson for the Twins of Evil tour, marking the final date on the US leg. The bands will meet up at the end of November in Europe to continue the show.
Rob Zombie Talks Nick Cave, Re-Mixes, And His New Movie by Jim Macnie
It’s Rob Zombie’s time of year. The rocker/director is an expert at nurturing the macabre, and from his days in White Zombie to his solo work, he’s found a way blend erotica and eerieness like few others. (more…)
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…)
Halloween is fast approaching and Zombieheads from across Tampa (and beyond) will be descending on the area this weekend for the Halloweenie Roast.
Ahead of the show, Zombie spoke with tampabay.com about horror flicks, rock spectacle, artistic freedom and more.
Rob Zombie talks horror and more before Halloweenie Roast in Tampa By Jimmy Geurts
If you were to guess what a Rob Zombie Halloween movie marathon might look like, you might imagine it’d be made up of the type of modern, violent cult classics that he specializes in. (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…)
Creative Note Atlantas Chad Radford chatted with Rob Zombie for the Crib Notes blog. In the interview they spoke about what makes Thunderkiss ’65 such a classic, remaking horror and forthcoming film ventures, including the soon to be released The Lords of Salem. Enjoy the interview.
Astro Creep extraordinaire Rob Zombie talks horror movies and timeless songs by Chad Radford
The season of the witch is upon us, and it’s only appropriate that Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson bring their Twins of Evil Tour to Aaron’s Amphitheatre this Thursday, October 25. A three-time Grammy nominee for Best Metal Performance, filmmaker, and astro creep extraordinaire, Zombie is the living embodiment of Halloween. (more…)
Rob Zombie will be performing at the Halloweenie Roast this friday as he kicks the Halloween holidays into full swing with his Twins of Evil co-headliner Marilyn Manson. Ahead of the show the Orlando Sentinel conducted this interview with him. Enjoy!
Rob Zombie: Rock’s Renaissance man By Jim Abbott
Rob Zombie started out as a musician, but it has become increasingly difficult to categorize him since he first emerged with alternative metal band White Zombie in the early 1990s. (more…)