From Austin Chronicle:

Filmmaker Rob Zombie first introduced the world to the murderous, cannibalistic, necrophiliac Firefly family in 2003’s psychotronic trip House of 1000 Corpses. Wildly divisive at the time, its loyal fans kept the clan rolling into what is widely regarded as Zombie’s masterpiece, 2005’s dusty road trip nightmare The Devil’s Rejects.

And that was where the story seemed to stop. After all, the denouement was the last remaining members of the kith and kin killers – devious clown Captain Spaulding (grindhouse icon Sid Haig), cheerleader from hell Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie), and the merciless Otis (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2‘s Bill Moseley) – getting gunned down by the law in a Bonnie & Clyde-style ambush. Dead, finito, pushing up daisies, right? That was what Zombie thought, too. But 14 years later, the Fireflies are reignited in the third and (he’s pretty sure) final installment in their bloody tale, 3 From Hell.

Read the interview in full here: austinchronicle.com/screens/2019-09-13/rob-zombie-resurrects-the-firefly-family-for-3-from-hell/

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