After many requests, Local Boogeyman and Rob Zombie have come out with a brand new shirt featuring Baby Firefly (Sheri Moon Zombie). The “We Like To Get Fucked Up” shirt is available for pre-order now and for the first time is available in a black long-sleeve as well as a regular tee.
Each shirt features Sheri as Baby from House of 1000 Corpses on the front and the long-sleeve has “WE LIKE TO GET FUCKED UP AND DO FUCKED UP SHIT” running on the sleeves.
This is a LIMITED run and WILL sell-out!
The shirts are available in sizes from women’s small to mens 3XL in the short-sleeve and mens small to mens 3XL in the long-sleeve.
Pre-sale ends on Sunday 19th September. Order yours NOW!
It’s been 5 years since Rob Zombie’s movie 31 was released (Video On Demand). The part crowdfund movie follows the horrific story of five carnival workers who are kidnapped the night before Halloween and held hostage in a large compound. What follows next is 12 hours of the captives fighting for their lives, against a seemingly relentless parade of maniacs.
31, stars many Rob Zombie movie alumni’s including Malcolm McDowell, Judy Geeson, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Sheri Moon Zombie, Meg Foster and Richard Brake, who played the role of the final protagonist DOOMHEAD – a character that has become a firm favorite with Rob Zombie movie fans.
Celebrate with this fantastic clip of Brake as Doom-Head from the film’s opening scenes!
And don’t forget, 31 is now available to pre-order from Target in a fantastic steelbook case featuring artwork from Vance Kelly.
The exclusive package is limited to 25 Red and 25 Charcoal, includes a patch, 3 button set and is signed by ROB ZOMBIE. Each bundle includes THE LUNAR INJECTION KOOL AID ECLIPSE CONSPIRACY on CD as well. Order at https://robzombie.com/lunar-injection.
In addition to the 8-track release, ZOMBIE has revealed a new music video for “Shadow Of The Cemetery Man” which can be viewed below.
After 14 years, Rob Zombie’s Halloween has finally been unseated as the Labor Day weekend box office record holder. There’s been many contenders who have attempted to wrestle the title from Zombie and Michael Myers, including Tenet, Angel Has Fallen and boyband One Direction but each and every time Rob Zombie’s Halloween has slayed the competition…. until now!