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Highly-anticipated horror ‘Death House’ gets Us theatrical date

Indie distributor Hannover House, Inc., and theatrical subsidiary Medallion Releasing, Inc. have entered into an agreement with South Florida-based Entertainment Factory for a Us theatrical release of the highly anticipated new horror film Death House, from writer/director B. Harrison Smith, which was co-written with the legendary Gunnar Hansen, of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre fame.

Death House features an all-star cast of genre’ superstars and will open on approximately one-hundred theatres in top USA markets beginning February 23rd 2018. And look out for our coverage of the film starting in February too!

Death House takes place in a secret, maximum security prison populated by a horrific crew of extremely dangerous inmates. When an unexpected power outage sets the prisoners free, a group of visiting VIPs must scramble for their lives.

The cast includes genre icons such as Kane Hodder, Dee Wallace, Adrienne Barbeau, Sid Haig, Michael Berryman, Tony Todd, Barbara Crampton,
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‘Jackie Brown’ at 20: Pam Grier Has a Better Idea for an Ending

‘Jackie Brown’ at 20: Pam Grier Has a Better Idea for an Ending
Quentin Tarantino’s acclaimed crime thriller “Jackie Brown,” which celebrates its 20th anniversary on Christmas Day, was the filmmaker’s valentine to stars Pam Grier and Robert Forster.

Grier came to fame as the groundbreaking female action superstar of such Blaxploitation films as 1973’s “Coffy” and 1974’s “Foxy Brown.” Though Grier continued working in film and television, she hadn’t had a meaty leading film role since the demise of the genre.

Forster, who starred in such classics as Haskell Wexler’s 1969’s “Medium Cool,” was primarily doing “B” films and didn’t even have a manager or an agent when “Jackie Brown” came along.

Both veteran actors found their careers revitalized by the film. Grier earned a Golden Globe nomination for “Jackie Brown” and since has appeared in such TV series as Showtime’s acclaimed “The L Word” and films including “Larry Crowne,” and published her autobiography. Forster received a supporting actor nom as bail bondsman
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Watch Adam Green’s Scary Sleepover Christmas Special Right Now!

Talk about an early Christmas gift! That’s right, kids! Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, you can watch Adam Green’s “Scary Sleepover Christmas Special” right now! This year’s Christmas special features horror icons Danielle Harris, Tony Todd, Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley, and Sid Haig! What could go wrong?!? If that cast doesn’t spell out E-n-t-e […]

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New Terror Threads Merch for Death House, Puppet Master, and Sleepaway Camp!

If you were struggling to find the perfect horror gift that special someone this holiday season Terror Threads just might have you covered. The company just announced a new line of cool stuff including merch from the upcoming “Expendables of Horror” flick Death House starring Kane Hodder, Dee Wallace, Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Barbara Crampton, […]

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Halloween 2017: Devil’s Night Double Feature – The Crow and House Of 1000 Corpses

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[To get you into the spooky spirit, the Daily Dead team is spotlighting double features that we think would be fun to watch this Halloween season. Check here for more double feature recommendations and other Halloween 2017 coverage.]

In horror movies, things usually go so very wrong on October 31st when it comes to the Halloween-themed offerings of the genre. But what about the night before? October 30th, or “Devil’s Night”, can also bring about its own horrific consequences, which is the theme I went with when it came time to put together my double feature of Alex ProyasThe Crow and Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses. Both are coincidentally feature film debuts for each director, they feature killer soundtracks, and this pair of films is also centered around a storyline where the characters will never be the same after their experiences on the night before Halloween.

Based on the comic by James O'Barr, The Crow finds aspiring rock star Eric Draven (Brandon Lee) rising from the grave a year after his death to take revenge on the four thugs (David Patrick Kelly, Angel David,
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Rob Zombie developing The Devil’s Rejects follow-up

According to Bloody Disgusting, Rob Zombie is getting back behind the camera for a “direct follow-up” to his 2005 film The Devil’s Rejects, which was itself a spinoff from his 2003 debut House of 1000 Corpses.

The site reports that details on the new project are sketchy, especially considering that the main characters Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), Otis Driftwood (Bill Moseley), and Vera-Ellen ‘Baby’ Firefly (Sheri Moon Zombie) were all killed at the climactic shootout of The Devil’s Rejects. Therefore it’s possible that the new film will be a prequel, or a spinoff.

Zombie’s most recent film 31 was released in 2016 and followed five carnival workers who are forced to participate in a violent game where they have to survive against a gang of sadistic clowns.
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Rob Zombie Is Bringing ‘The Devil’s Rejects’ Back From the Dead, Possibly as a Prequel

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Rob Zombie Is Bringing ‘The Devil’s Rejects’ Back From the Dead, Possibly as a Prequel
The Devil’s Rejects aren’t exactly living up to their name, as Rob Zombie plans to continue their story. Bloody Disgusting has confirmed that the horror-inclined filmmaker will make a trilogy of the saga that began with “House of 1000 Corpses,” Zombie’s directorial debut; how he plans to do that remains a mystery, as (spoiler alert) “The Devil’s Rejects” ended with the eponymous clan of killers dead.

Read More:Rob Zombie Q&A: The ’31’ Director on America’s Clown Obsession, ‘Stranger Things,’ and John Carpenter’s Friendship

Bd notes that, “while we don’t know any of the story details, we’re expecting it to be another spinoff or possibly a prequel, being that the Firefly family is presumed dead.” In the 12 years since “Rejects” was released, Zombie has directed two “Halloween” movies, “The Lords of Salem,” and last year’s “31.”

Read More:John Carpenter Trashes Rob Zombie
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Rob Zombie is Developing a Sequel To The Devil's Rejects

Since Rob Zombie only likes to make one kind of film, he is currently developing a sequel to his 2005 film The Devil's Rejects. I will say the first movie is probably his best film, but I think he's capable of so much more as a director. He just needs to do something different than what he's always done.

What's interesting about this news is that the first film ended in a shootout that killed all of the main characters that include Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), Otis (Bill Moseley), and Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie). According to Bloody-Disgusting, he plans to resurrect these characters.

The Devil's Rejects is a spinoff of Zombies very first film, House of 1,000 Corpses. According to the report, "this is important because of the aforementioned scene. While we don’t know any of the story details, we’re expecting it to be another spinoff or possibly a prequel,
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Devil's Rejects 2 Is Rob Zombie's Next Movie?

Devil's Rejects 2 Is Rob Zombie's Next Movie?
After more than a decade, Rob Zombie is returning to the franchise that turned him into a modern voice in horror. It's been revealed that Zombie is going to make The Devil's Rejects 2 as his next directorial project. Not many details are known at the present time, but it looks like he's finally going to round out his trilogy, which started with House Of 1000 Corpses and continued with The Devil's Rejects in 2005.

In case you aren't familiar, The Devil's Rejects (arguably Rob Zombie's best movie), serves as both a spin-off and sequel to House of 1000 Corpses and takes the series in a totally different direction. The movie features the Firefly family, with Otis (Bill Moseley) and Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie) escaping a raid on their famous murder house and heading to a remote desert motel. They meet up with Baby's father, Capt. Spaulding (Sid Haig), with the
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Sid Haig Gets ‘High on the Hog’ in New Grindhouse Thriller [Trailer]

Bloody Disgusting’s own Tony Wash, the brainchild behind our ongoing World of Death short film series and director of It’s My Party and I’ll Die if I Want To, returns with the Grindhouse thriller High on the Hog. A film with a pro-legalization message, Sid Haig (The Devil”s Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill: […]
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First Look: Bill Moseley and Sid Haig Reunite for Horror Film ‘Cynthia’

First Look: Bill Moseley and Sid Haig Reunite for Horror Film ‘Cynthia’
Horror icons Bill Moseley and Sid Haig damn sure made magic together in both House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects, and we’ve just learned that they’ve re-teamed for an upcoming horror film titled Cynthia! The film is complete, set for release next year. Check out the first images below. “Cynthia is about the […]
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Rob Zombie to host 13 Nights of Halloween

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Hdnet Movies has announced the complete line-up for "Rob Zombie's 13 Nights of Halloween," hosted by the horror icon himself, kicking off Thursday, Oct. 19 with his hit film "The Devil's Rejects" at 9pE.

Other films featured during the holiday stunt, which culminates in a 24-hour marathon on Halloween, include Wes Craven's "The Last House on the Left," Jonathan Demme's "The Silence of the Lambs," Steve McQueen in the original 1958 "The Blob" and more.

The full schedule and official details can be found below.

From The Press Release

“The Great American Nightmare” comes to Hdnet Movies this October, as the network unleashes Rob Zombie’s 13 Nights Of Halloween—airing every night at 9pE from Thursday, October 19 through Tuesday, October 31. The Halloween event puts the spotlight on 13 films hosted by heavy metal mastermind and acclaimed horror icon Rob Zombie. The event kicks off with Zombie’s celebrated sophomore opus The Devil’S Rejects,
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[Exclusive] New Trailer for Bill Moseley Killer Clown Movie ‘Crepitus’

[Exclusive] New Trailer for Bill Moseley Killer Clown Movie ‘Crepitus’
Sid Haig had all the fun playing a scary clown in House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects, but costar Bill Moseley takes up the mantle in Haynze Whitmore’s upcoming Crepitus. Ginger Knight Entertainment is in the final stages of post production, and they’ve shared with us a brand new trailer today. Crepitus is […]
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Flashback Weekend 2017: William Forsythe and Lew Temple Reflect on Rob Zombie’s The Devil’S Rejects

From August 4th through the 6th, Flashback Weekend Chicago Horror Con took over the Windy City, and Daily Dead was on hand for all the horror-fied festivities. Throughout all three days, this writer served as one of Flashback’s co-hosts, and brought back some highlights from several of the panels held over the course of the convention.

First up is a discussion on easily one of the greatest horror movies of the last 20 years, Rob Zombie’s The Devil’s Rejects, between two of the film’s co-stars, William Forsythe and Lew Temple. During their panel, the duo discussed their initial feelings on working with Zombie, collaborating alongside their fellow cast members (including the late, great Geoffrey Lewis), which scenes were improvised, and what it is about Zombie as a cinematic storyteller that has fueled them to return on several of his other projects post-Devil’s Rejects.

Lew Temple on
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The Bottom Shelf: Dreamscape, House Of 1000 Corpses, C.H.U.D 2: Bud The C.H.U.D

Nick Aldwinckle Sep 4, 2017

Our latest round-up of horror and genre DVDs and Blu-rays...

So: with season two of Stranger Things fast approaching, a remake of Stephen King’s It set to mildly trouble a whole new generation and, erm, the on-going threat of nuclear armageddon, it seems everything eighties is 'in' at the moment. And, you know what? That surely must include Dennis Quaid, right? Well, maybe not, unless you count this year’s canine reincarnation/multiple hound-homicide horror A Dog’s Purpose, which we don’t in these parts. Anyway, Quaid’s back in Blu-ray form with the recent repackaging of his 1984 quirky fantasy thriller Dreamscape.

Nicely sandwiched between the release of Jaws 3-D and Enemy Mine, surely two of the most Quaidessential (sorry) films of the decade, Dreamscape sees our hero take on the mantle of a cheaper Harrison Ford, burdened with psychic powers that he must use
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DVD Review – House of 1000 Corpses (2003)

House of 1000 Corpses, 2003.

Directed by Rob Zombie.

Starring Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sheri Moon, Karen Black, Tom Towles, Walton Goggins, Matthew McGrory, Rainn Wilson, Erin Daniels, and Dennis Fimple.

Synopsis:

Four young thrill-seekers exploring the backwoods of Texas become the victims of a family of sadistic killers.

With his latest movie 31 recently dividing audiences with its back-to-basics approach, crowdfunded production and the director’s seeming refusal to put out an uncensored cut, Fabulous Films have gone back to the beginning of controversial director/metal icon Rob Zombie’s filmmaking career and reissued his debut feature House of 1000 Corpses on DVD (why is there still no Blu-ray release for the UK?) and what an interesting exercise it is revisiting this offbeat little gem.

Interesting because there are many parallels between this movie and 31 – troubled production and director’s cuts notwithstanding, there are also plenty of narrative similarities – but whereas 31 felt rushed,
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How a low budget film led to James Cameron's Aliens

Ryan Lambie Jul 14, 2017

A cult gem in its own right, 1981's Galaxy Of Terror also gave James Cameron his start in big-screen filmmaking...

In most respects, it's pure Roger Corman: low-budget, swiftly made, and loaded with gratuitous gore and bare flesh. But take a closer look at Galaxy Of Terror, the amiably tawdry sci-fi horror flick released by Corman's New World in 1981, and you'll see the creative fingerprints of one James Cameron.

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Directed by Bruce D Clark - who also co-wrote - Galaxy Of Terror slams together the plots of Ridley Scott's Alien and the 50s classic, Forbidden Planet. A group of explorers land on the planet Morganthus, where they discover a huge ancient pyramid; one by one, the visitors are terrorised and killed by monsters from their subconscious. One luckless character is torn apart by claws and tentacles
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Adam Green’s Scary Sleepover Announces Star-Filled Christmas Episode

Adam Green’s web series “Scary Sleepover” has just announced that it will be airing a Christmas special that will feature horror icons Danielle Harris, Tony Todd, Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley, and Sid Haig. When you’ve got stars from Halloween, Candyman,… Continue Reading →

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