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Archive for July, 2015

Eindhoven show cancelled due to external events

Rob Zombie band

Rob Zombie band

Sorry all Rob Zombie fans expecting to see tonights show in Eindhoven.

Due to the ongoing events in Calais, the show tonight will not be able to go ahead.  The band are in the Netherlands but the equipment is stuck at the Channel Tunnel in the UK and can not get through.

The band are deeply sorry to all this may affect but this is something very much out of their control.


RZ’s Great American Nightmare returns to Chicago

Rob Zombies Great American Nightmare 2015

Rob Zombies Great American Nightmare 2015

Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare–the ultimate Halloween horror event–returns to Odeum Expo Center in Villa Park, IL (just outside Chicago) for its second engagement from September 25-November 1.

Tickets go on sale for all Great American Nightmare dates on Friday, July 31.

October 2 & 4 will also feature two special concerts with groundbreaking musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie.  (more…)


Rob Zombie is presented with AMPA Vanguard award

Rob Zombie Corey Taylor Vanguard

Last Night (7/22), Rob Zombie was awarded with the Vanguard Award at the 2015 AP Music Awards in honour of his legendary music career.

The award was presented to him by Slipknot’s Corey Taylor. Accepting the award, Rob said: “My first big [AP] review literally said ‘This is the worst band ever. Ignore this band. Whatever you do ignore this band.’ So I’d like to thank Alternative Press — and the fans for ignoring the review.

After, Rob joined Motionless In White to sing Thunderkiss ’65.

You can watch that gem and see photos from the show by clicking >>>  (more…)


Rob Zombie and Godsmack announce October date

Rob Zombie Godsmack

Rob Zombie Godsmack

Rob Zombie will be joining Godsmack at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in Huntington, WV on 6 October 2015.

Tickets will be on sale from 24 July and you can get yours HERE (<< click)

Check out the tour poster in full (its pretty cool) by clicking >>>  (more…)


The Devils Rejects is 10 years old

The Devils Rejects 10th birthday

The Devils Rejects 10th birthday

On July 22, 2005, Rob Zombie unleashed the Firefly Family again on the cinema audience, with The Devils Rejects. The sequel to his debut movie House of 1000 Corpses saw Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie), Otis (Bill Moseley) and Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), on the run from Sheriff Wydell (William Forsyth), a man obsessed with bringing the blood shedding family to justice (in one way or the other) for the death of his brother.

So today, July 22, 2015, is officially The Devils Rejects day, to mark the 10th anniversary of the release of the film (already??!!).

To celebrate, watch the infamous “Free Bird” end scene PLUS the “Midnight Rider” clip from the film. And why don’t you share your memories of the movie. To do so, just click >>>  (more…)


FIRST LOOK! Lew Temple as Psycho-Head

Lew Temple Psycho-Head

Lew Temple Psycho-HEad

From Rob Zombie:

Here’s your first look at LEW TEMPLE as PSYCHO-HEAD from my next film 31!

Psycho-Head is a real mean piece of shit best described in his own words… “count yourself lucky you got fucked by the best!”

To see the full gory beast, click >>>  (more…)


Another 31 teaser: Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs as Panda

Lawrence Hilton Jacobs 31 Rob Zombie Panda

Lawrence Hilton Jacobs 31 Rob Zombie Panda

From Rob Zombie:

Panda aka Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs is ready to get busy in this shot from my next film 31.

For catch up on all 31 news, click here.

To see the image in its busy fullness, click >>>  (more…)


[Watch] Zombie talks upcoming projects with Loudwire

Louder exclusive interview

Louder exclusive interview

At the end of the recent Loudwire Festival, Rob Zombie sat down for an exclusive chat with Loudwire, to discuss some of the projects he has coming up in the future. He talks about how he juggles multiple projects, his next movie 31, and working on the next Zombie album (due out 2016).

As well as this, Zombie talks about some of his personal heroes, and working with the legendary Malcolm McDowell.

To watch the interview in full, click >>>  (more…)


Behind the career of RZ “More Horror Than Horror”

Rob Zombie Getty Images Grantland article

Rob Zombie Getty Images Grantland article

A great, and very detailed interview and feature article from Grantland.com, which focuses on director Rob Zombie, and beyond the horror that he is most known for.  The article comes in light of the news that Zombie is to direct a movie about his comic idol Groucho Marx, based on the book by Steve Stoliar entitled “Raised Eyebrows”.

This is a really interesting and thoroughly in-depth look at Zombie’s career.

Enjoy: grantland.com/features/rob-zombie-horror-director/


Zombie talks Groucho Marx, art school, writing music and pyros with Loudwire’s Full Metal Jackie

Rob Zombie Loudwire Full Metal Jackie

Rob Zombie Loudwire Full Metal Jackie

At the recent Loudwire Music Festival in Colorado, Full Metal Jackie caught up with Rob Zombie and talked about his next movie venture about his comedy hero Groucho Marx, why he got kicked out of art school, what the songwriting process has been like for the next album and why he has opted for a more minimalist stage show.

To read the interview, go here: loudwire.com/rob-zombie-groucho-marx-film-songwriting


RIP Irwin Keyes – goodbye to another friend

Irwin Keyes

Irwin Keyes

It is with sadness we hear of the passing of another friend – actor Irwin Keyes. Rob Zombie reflects on the news “I have just heard the terrible news that our friend Irwin Keyes has passed away. Irwin was a cool guy and a big part of the House of 1000 Corpses family. He will be missed by us all.”

Keyes made his screen debut in the 1979 cult classic “The Warriors” but also worked with Woody Allen, the Coen Brothers and of course with Rob Zombie as Ravelli in House of 1000 Corpses. Our thoughts are with his wife Tracey Fontaine and his family.


Steve Stoliar explains why he approves of Rob Zombie to direct his Groucho Marx story “Raised Eyebrows”

Steve Stoliar

Steve Stoliar

Steve Stoliar, friend, and former personal assistant to the legendary comic genius Groucho Marx, writes a guest column for the Hollywood Reporter in which he explains why there is “nothing scary” about the prospect of Rob Zombie directing the film adaptation of his book “Raised Eyebrows”.

Nothing Rob has said or done since has given me second thoughts about having placed the care and feeding of my story in his hands. As we’ve gotten to know each other, I’ve come to realize what kindred spirits we are — despite outward appearances — not just in terms of this project, but in other areas, including a shared love for classic rock and lesser Bela Lugosi films.”

It’s a really interesting read. Read the column in full here: hollywoodreporter.com/news/how-horror-meister-rob-zombie


31 Teaser: Father Murder and Sister Serpent

Father Murder Sister Serpent 31

Father Murder Sister Serpent 31

From Rob Zombie:

Yet another shot from 31 featuring Father Murder (Malcolm McDowell) and Sister Serpent (Jane Carr) during a rather calm moment in their secret 31 hideaway.

The naughty bits have been censored for your protection, ha ha!


UPDATED: European Meet and Greets are now closed

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UPDATE: 8 Jul: All European Tour Date Meet and Greets are now closed. Have a great time all!

Meet and Greets for European Rob Zombie fans will end at midnight UK time on Tuesday 7 July. The M&Gs have been held open a week longer to allow those wanting to take part a chance to grab them.

At midnight the links will become void and will be removed completely through Wednesday 8 July.

So if you want one go to www.rz-31.com NOW!


Sheri Moon Zombie as Charly in Rob Zombie’s 31


Sheri Moon Zombie will be starring in the new Rob Zombie film ’31’ as Charly. Here is the first shot of her in the film, where she finds herself in some pretty deep scary shit.

’31’ is currently in post-production and includes stars such as Malcolm McDowell and Jeff Daniel Phillips.


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