Rob Zombie, the risk-taking musician, writer and director of notoriously gory thrillers, is back for more with his latest movie “3 From Hell,” which opens next week through Fathom Events for three nights from Sept. 16-18.
“3 From Hell” expands on the notoriously brutal cinematic slayings inflicted on civilians by the crazed “Firefly” family. Over the past two decades, Zombie has built the deadly clan — characters Otis B. Driftwood (Bill Moseley), Baby Firefly (Sheri Moon Zombie) and Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig) — into a savagely ferocious trio of slashers wreaking havoc at every turn. He has worked with lower budgets for the family cult series, $7 million for “House of 1000 Corpses” in 2003 and “The Devil’s Rejects” in 2005 and around $3 million for “3 From Hell,” which he tells Variety leaves room for creativity, but constricts him to a time crunch for shooting his films.
His work is also seen in the 2007 remake of “Halloween” as well as the 2009 follow-up “Halloween 2.” Apart from film, he stays busy touring his decades-old discography and working on new albums — his last one released in 2016.
Zombie talked to Variety ahead of the release of “3 From Hell.”
Read the interview in full here: variety.com/2019/film/news/rob-zombie-3-from-hell-the-hunt-1203319711/
3 From Hell is being screened as part of a 3 day event, via Fathom events. For tickets, locations and to see what each screening day offers, go here: fathomevents.com/events/rob-zombies-3-from-hell/