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Archive for April, 2011


A quick shot of Tom & Sheri after wrapping day one of TOM PAPA LIVE IN NEW YORK CITY.


Howard Stern and RZ in the studio recording THE GREAT AMERICAN NIGHTMARE back in 1997.


This is Danny Trejo’s first day on set and our first time working together. He would later return in HALLOWEEN and THE HAUNTED WORLD OF EL SUPERBEASTO.

Dave, Dallas and Danny on a break during film.

Dallas sports a new style for the film.

Here comes Rondo!


With all this talk about Royal wedding I thought I would take this time to remind all you common folks that dear old Uncle Coffins is still the KING OF HORROR! Bow down and worship me like the simple minded fools you are! I laugh at your love. If only Kate Middleton had met me first. She would be my Queen of horror, no really!


Here is a rather different project I will be directing next week. Mr. Superbeasto himself TOM PAPA live on stage in New York City. Not only is Tom funny as a drunk cartoon wrestler but he is also a hilarious stand up comic.



Now that’s a face only my mother could love. No really, they had sexual relations on set of THE BRUTE MAN. Thankfully he is not my father. Because I am so beautiful it would be impossible to be related… right? How do I arrange DNA test with dead monster?


I just found a huge batch of never-before-seen photos from the filming of THE DEVIL’S REJECTS. These are early morning shots from the first day of shooting. I can still remember the excitement of starting on that day. The first day is always strange because you never know if all the planning is going to work the way you saw it in your head. It quickly became clear after the first few set ups that this was going to work. My main goal to make this a film that could stand on it’s own and be see as something more than a cheap sequel to HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES.


It’s official. Meet the newest zombie behind the drums. Mr. Ginger Fish.


Here is another batch of photos giving you a glimpse into the world of THE LORDS OF SALEM.


A hallucination is defined as sensory perception in the absence of external stimuli. Hallucinations are different from illusions, or perceptual distortions, which are the misperception of external stimuli. Hallucinations may occur in any of the five senses and take on almost any form, which may include simple sensations (such as lights, colors, tastes, and smells) to more meaningful experiences such as seeing and interacting with fully formed animals and people, hearing voices, and having complex tactile sensations.

The reality.

The fantasy


I believe you might remember this amazing tune from the great Slim Whitman in my first film HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES. Yes, that is the one and only Andy Kaufman.




Well, I just wrapped a very odd directing gig in sunny Vancouver. A very scary TV commercial for Woolite called ” The Torturer”. Yes, I said Woolite. This ain’t yo Mamma’s Woolite.

Can’t show you much but, below are a few shots from this crazy week of filming.


RZ and Brandon on set in the mud watching playback.

Something was funny, but I have no idea what.

More H2 behind the scenes


I found this pic from back in 2007 (I think) of RZ & SMZ hanging with Avenge Sevenfold. Good dudes.


Sheri and Bill moments after wrapping filming of THE DEVIL’S REJECTS.


Well, it was 16 years ago today that White Zombie released their final album. The record hit #6 on the Billboard charts and went triple platinum.

I think this might have been the last photo the band took together.


I found these pics the other night of some rather cruel shoes.


Well, I can’t say that this was any big surprise but really 70 percent of the vote! That’s a major landslide my friends. What can I say? The kids love The Captain!
A recent interview from HORRORDEMONS.COM

SID HAIG: Quentin is on a very short list of directors I would work with any time, and any where. Rob Zombie is another guy I would work with any time.

MIKE RUSSO (HD): Which leads us to House Of 1000 Corpses. How did Captain Spaulding find you?

SID HAIG: Well by that point I had quit acting. I was tired of the parts I was getting, and had just had enough. I had gone back to school and become a hypno-therapist. So I was practicing therapist when I got a call from my agent. Who I hadn’t spoken too in over a year. He said if you are interested there is a part that is being offered to you. He says read the script, if you like it I am told the part is yours… I figured what the hell. I read it, and I thought this is a part I can have a lot of fun with. So I agreed, and that was the part of Spaulding.

MIKE RUSSO (HD): Did Rob give you the freedom to play with dialogue, or was it all basically what was written in the script?

SID HAIG: No Rob was great. He would let me go off and make stuff up. If it worked we used it, if it didn’t we scrapped it.

MIKE RUSSO (HD): Did you like working will Bill Mosely?

SID HAIG: Oh yeah, it was good working with Bill.

MIKE RUSSO (HD): How about Sheri Moon Zombie?

SID HAIG: Sheri is like a daughter to me. She was great to work with. We had a lot of fun together… You know I remember being at Rob, and Sheri’s wedding. I was standing next to Rob’s brother, and he said to me “it’s weird standing next to you like this” I asked him what was weird about it? He said “well I remember when we were kids Rob used to watch you on Jason Of Star Command (now available on DVD), and now here you are at his wedding.”

MIKE RUSSO (HD): How was the sequel brought to you?

SID HAIG: [laughs] Well it was a little strange. I get a call one day from Rob. He says “I don’t have long to talk. I am on the other line with the Hollywood Reporter. If we did a sequel to House Of 1000 Corpses would you be in it?” I said yes. He said goodbye, and The Devils Rejects was born.

MIKE RUSSO (HD): Which did you like working on more?

SID HAIG: I liked the Devils Rejects more, only because there was more background on my character. Who he was, and what not. But I enjoyed the experience of both films.

MIKE RUSSO (HD): Can you give me a line you remember making up for Devils Rejects?

SID HAIG: Tooty Fucking Fruity. [laughs]

MIKE RUSSO (HD): Do you think a prequel is something you would have interest in?

SID HAIG: I imagine a prequel would have other actors in it playing younger versions of us. So I don’t think I would be asked to be in a movie like that.

MIKE RUSSO (HD)Since House Of 1000 Corpses you have become a horror icon. How does that make you feel?

SID HAIG: In the beginning it made me feel uncomfortable. But I really like it now. I am very appreciative of the fans for treating me the way they do. I don’t know if I am worthy of it all. But I am so grateful. You know 30 years ago I dreamed of being famous, after so many years you kind of give up on that dream. But to have it all come to me now, I know I am blessed. I will always be grateful to the fans.


Big Mr. Mike came in at number 2 with 21% percent of the votes.

I guess he is a sore loser.


Kane Hodder stunt master on THE DEVIL’S REJECTS cuts some birthday cake today

Meet Kane along with some other Zombie film stars this weekend at :


Our good buddy Diamond Dallas Page turns 55! Bang!

German Rolling Stone