Rob Zombie has teamed up with Terror Threads to bring a set of officially licensed House Of 1000 Corpses merchandise to celebrate the 18th anniversary of the film’s release. The collection will be available from their website on April 14, 2021 from 2pm CST (3pm EST, 12pm PST).
This will be a preorder release that will end Sunday [4/19] at Midnight. If you really want something from this set of designs, ordering during the preorder is your best option. We cannot stress this enough. So be sure to set those reminders…!
Rob Zombie’s directorial debut, House Of 1000 Corpses, has reached a milestone birthday – 18 years since its release (April 11, 2003). The movie spawned the beloved anti-hero Firefly Family and was the start of a trilogy, which includes The Devil’s Rejects and 3 From Hell.
Sharing his thoughts on this monumental milestone, Rob Zombie says:
18 years ago today HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES was released. The film was actually made in 2000 but didn’t hit theaters until 2003. Why? It’s a long story. Anyway we made it and it now has a very rabid fanbase that we are all very thankful for. 👍🏼
Rob Zombie | Instagram | April 11, 2021
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Now available at Waxwork Records, the original motion picture soundtrack for Rob Zombie’s The Lords Of Salem. It’s available as a “180 gram “Satanic Rite” colored vinyl“. The soundtrack features score music by John 5 and Griffin Boice.
Details about The Lords Of Salem colored vinyl:
“Features deluxe packaging, new art by Robert Sammelin, 180 gram “Satanic Rite” colored vinyl, exclusive liner notes by Rob Zombie, printed inner sleeves, a heavyweight art print, a 12”x12” 16 page booklet featuring never before seen set photography from Zombie’s personal archive, a bonus live performance 12” EP by Count Gorgann, and more!”
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