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The twisted worlds of The Lords of Salem, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, and House of 1000 Corpses are coming to the Midwest to celebrate the Halloween season. We recently announced that Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare would be haunting Phoenix, Arizona, with plans for Rob Zombie to perform on opening night, and now it’s been revealed that the horror event will also take place in Chicago.
Set to take place on select days in the Chicago area between September 26th – November 1st, this expansion of Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare will include attractions based on the three aforementioned Rob Zombie films, and will also feature a one-night concert performance by Zombie. Read on for all the details:
“Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare has announced a second engagement for 2014. The ultimate Halloween horror event will invade the Chicago metropolitan area select nights from September 26-November »
- Derek Anderson
Back in May, Rob Zombie announced his next horror project will be 31 with a teaser that touts his past achievements in the genre like House Of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects, the Halloween reboot, and The Lords of Salem. At the time, he offered no plot details, only to say it would be 'nasty and disgusting'. He hinted that it was not a Captain Spalding sequel or prequel, though a teaser trailer reveals a clown mask and horrifying laughter, recalling the auteur's most iconic slasher. Now, Rob Zombie has shared a production drawing that features men in skeleton costumes hanging out next too an ominous looking van.
Check out the concept art from Alex Horley, which the director/musician/artist posted on his personal Facebook page, along with the 31 teaser trailer released back in May.
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Heavy metal legend turned horror movie director Rob Zombie (I always resist the urge to call him Robert Zombie) has been talking about his new film 31, which is set to shoot later in the year. Recently-released teaser images showed a messed-up clown face, not dissimilar to the look of Michael Myers. Zombie rebooted John Carpenter’s Myers character for two HALLOWEENs, but this trail appears to have gone cold, with the hellish helmer revealing his offering will be an original project set on October 31st but bearing no other connection.
Another talking point has been the resemblance of the clown to Captain Spaulding from Zombie’s House Of 1000 Corpses/The Devil’S Rejects, which he addressed by saying:
There’s a clown thing in the movie, but it has nothing to do with Captain Spaulding… And what is in the movie doesn’t look like Captain Spaulding either; maybe »
- Steve Palace
A clown mask on Halloween night is nothing unusual, but with Rob Zombie set to helm a project that includes both, anything could happen. Zombie recently revealed his next movie, titled 31, in a teaser video. Details on the film have been kept quiet since the video’s debut, but in a new interview Zombie shed some light on the mysterious 31.
On the verge of a European tour with his band, Rob Zombie spoke with Radio Metal about 31. He talked about why this movie took preference over his hockey movie and addressed rumors about 31 being a House of 1000 Corpses prequel:
On the title of 31 and whether it’s a prequel:
“31, yeah, because it takes place on October 31st.
No, it’s totally different. All I can tell you is that it’s a completely original idea, it’s something new. It’s not based on anything. I’ll start shooting the movie in the fall. »
- Derek Anderson
A brutal assault on the senses is what's promised from the upcoming short film Lamb Feed, which sounds pretty damn good to us right about now. Read on for all the details and to gaze those peepers on some gruesome promo art!
From the Press Release
The creative mind that brought you the 2013 film festival hit Night of the Sea Monkey: A Disturbing Tale is at it again. Writer/director Michael S. Rodriguez is cooking up something special for the hardcore horror fans this year with Lamb Feed.
The film follows over-confident businessman Mitchell Barnes (Luke Church) as he seeks assistance after a blowout in a quaint sleepy town. Instead of help from the townspeople, he gets an invite to the darkest corner of his own fears... an invite to their annual Lamb Feed.
Promising to be a total assault on the senses, Lamb Feed also boasts a wonderfully diverse »
- John Squires
Following a successful first year as a standalone haunted attraction in 2013, Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare is back! This time, the horror event will be taking place in Phoenix, Arizona and we have all the details, including plans for Rob Zombie to perform on opening night:
“After a successful inaugural opening year in 2013, for Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare attraction, he is doing it all over again, this time in Phoenix, Az from September 19 to November 1st. Bringing the nightmare to more audiences across the USA, the main attraction being in Arizona, while on select nights, the WestWorld of Scottsdale will play host.
“The first year was such a blast. I am thrilled to be able to take the Great American Nightmare to a new city this year,” said Zombie. “My only goal is to make it even sicker than last year.”
The three haunted house experiences for this year will include, »
- Jonathan James
This year Rob Zombie's Great American Nightmare is back for its second season, and the event looks to be bigger, better, and more badass than ever. Read on for all the details, which are sure to give a serious pants bulge to all fans of Zombie's films!
From the Press Release
After closing out its 2013 run in Southern California with a record-breaking night for a stand-alone haunted house event in the United States, Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare--the ultimate Halloween horror event--returns for its second year and will make its debut at WestWorld Of Scottsdale in the Phoenix, Arizona, metro region for select nights from September 19-November 1.
The September 19 opening night will feature a special one-night-only concert with groundbreaking musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie himself.
"The first year was such a blast. I am thrilled to be able to take the Great American Nightmare to a new city this year, »
- John Squires
Aside from The Return of… or The Revenge of…, there may be no more beloved horror titles than those involving The House…. There is something very mysterious and foreboding about a mysterious house containing all kinds of unknown horrors.
Shout Factory has released a new entry on the list with House in the Alley arising today, May 27th. The obscure Vietnamese horror pic is sure to pique the interest of fans and follow in the footsteps of some of the freaky House-themed films of the past…which leads us to our newest Top List: Horror's 7 Most Haunting Houses.
Make no mistake; we aren't necessarily talking about 'haunted houses' here, but 'haunting houses,' meaning movies with House in the title that did a wonderful job of scaring the hell out of us. We'll begin with some honorable mentions to get the ball rolling.
The video game-inspired House of the Dead »
- Scott Hallam
The recent trend in television of adapting films to series has teetered from carefully and creatively executed, such as FX’s Fargo, to lacklustre with poor ratings to show for it, such as the NBC miniseries Rosemary’s Baby. Although this movement has its inherent challenges to overcome, such as the view that creating a series from a film is an infringement on an original fan base, it has spawned several innovative and well done series that wouldn’t have existed if not for their film predecessors. The following are some films that I believe could make interesting television shows if handled correctly. They’re divided into three categories: “world expansion” (taking an original plot and adding scenes, such as El Rey’s From Dusk Till Dawn), “no original characters” (such as FX’s Fargo, which instead samples the general tone), and “prequel” (such as A&E’s Bates Motel »
- Richelle Charkot
One of horror’s most well-known directors (or at least, one with an undeniably awesome, genre-appropriate name), Rob Zombie has been laying low since 2012′s The Lords of Salem, a disappointing flick mostly devoid of the scares it promised. However, Zombie has made his love of the genre no secret, so the less-than-warm reception for that film was never likely to keep him away from horror for long. Now, an intriguing tease for what could be the director’s next big-screen project has popped up online.
On the director’s official website, Junior Manager Sarah Martin McIvor recently uploaded a trailer for a film called 31, which you can check out below. Unfortunately, there’s nothing by way of actual footage. Instead, the video looks back on Zombie’s previous directorial gigs, which include House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, Halloween, Halloween II and The Lords of Salem. »
- Isaac Feldberg
What is the most important holiday? Christmas? Halloween? If you know what's good for you, you'll say Mother's Day; and this year Ms. Vampy and Dr. Gash have teamed up to bring you some pointers to help make the most of it!
Take these tips and use them as best you can... and Happy Mother's Day to all you mothers out there!
Ms. Vampy says: Put the Past in the Past-Sure, we are all a little effed up from our childhood, aren’t we? :) So, on Mother’s Day choose to live in the present and let go of the mistakes your mother or your sister made when you were growing up! Rather than allowing yourself to feel like that 12-year-old kid again, be an adult and come from a place of Love!
Dr. Gash says: Of course, it's always best to put negative things in the past and move forward, »
- Scott Hallam
We can choose who we become friends with, who we spend our lives with, and depending on how much money we spend, who will give us a lap dance at our local strip club. The only people in our lives who we don’t get to choose, of course, are bound to us by flesh and blood. In less intense sounding words, our relatives. Most of us have dysfunctional families, and most of us are just related to weird ass people. Lucky for us though, there are films that have families that put our dysfunction to shame. Are they here to entertain us?, Or are they here to make us feel better about the people who gave us life and raised us? Whatever the reason might be, if you’re like me, then you love to see crazy ass families, so alas, here are Five Horror Families From Hell!!!!!
I will admit, »
Sheriff, Deputy, Detective; along with the genres final girl, another omnipresent figure you can find assisting (or pursuing) our protagonists in one way or another are the men and women of law enforcement. I’ve compiled a list of some of my favorite police officers in horror that stand out for a myriad of reasons (one-liners, choice of weapon, but mainly so I can exercise my right to use puns), so check them out below or remain silent…forever (see)!
Lets kick this off with a little fun, shall we? Eli Roth quite literally burst onto the scene with Cabin Fever, a pretty nasty debut that includes one of my absolute favorite police officers amongst the decaying flesh and shouting of “pancakes!”: Deputy Winston. What I love most about deputy Winston is that he is a terrible policeman, a bumbling idiot »
- Justin Edwards
Here's the trailer pictures for Devon Mikolas' first feature film "House Of The Witch Doctor", starring Bill Moseley, Leslie Easterbrook, Allan Kayser, Callie Stephens, Steffie Grote, Dyanne Thorne, Emily Bennett, Danny Miller and Howard Maurer. The movie premiered at last Horror Hound Weekend and will hitting some other major horror conventions and then meaningful distribution.Evil wreaks pure havoc and bloody murder upon Leslie Van Hooten, a beautiful young girl, and her unsuspecting fellow grad students as they make their way to her family's extravagant and yet isolated estate. Peter (Bill Moseley- Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D, House of 1000 Corpses) and Irene Van Hooten (Leslie Easterbrook- The Devil's Rejects, Police Academy), the young girl's mother and father, leave the group »
To mark the release of Pit Stop on 7th April, we’ve been given 3 copies to give away on Blu-ray.
The most dangerous game ever devised, to pit man against man, flesh against steel – the figure-8 race! Jack Hill (Coffy, Foxy Brown) follows up Spider Baby, once again teaming up with Sid Haig (House of 1000 Corpses) in one of his greatest roles for this action-spectacular crash-o-rama!
Richard Davalos (East of Eden) stars as Rick Bowman, a street punk who winds up in jail after a street race goes wrong. Bailed out by race promoter Grant Willard, Davalos is put in the deadly track where he comes up against Haig’s maniacal winner Hawk Sidney. Featuring an outstanding supporting cast including Brian Donlevy (The Quatermass Xperiment) in his last film appearance, Ellen Burstyn (The Exorcist), billed as Ellen McRae, and Beverly Washburn (Spider Baby), Pit Stop is one of Hill »
We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes photos from Chainsaw Sally: The Animated Series, the first two chapters from the novel Survivor Max, the uncensored trailer for Smothered with Bill Moseley and Kane Hodder, Camp Dread DVD release details, and much more:
First Two Chapters of Survivor Max: “Meet Max, an 11-year old boy who was stuck in another boring day at school when the lock down alarm went off. They were under quarantine. He escaped and made it home, only to discover he’d have to find a way to survive this plague alone. Little did he know his father, his only parent, was among the infected. Slow-moving and non-thinking, the “lamebrains” swarmed his apartment complex, hunting survivors to feed their insatiable hunger for living flesh. Now he must apply his Porcupine »
- Tamika Jones
Longtime horror fan Devon Mikolas makes his feature film debut with House of the Witch Doctor, and he's invited some pretty familiar faces into his humble abode. Step inside to find the trailer, plot crunch and impressive cast list!
Set for premiere at HorrorHound Weekend on March 22nd, House of the Witch Doctor will receive a wider distribution later this year.
Evil wreaks pure havoc and bloody murder upon Leslie Van Hooten, a beautiful young girl, and her unsuspecting fellow grad students as they make their way to her family’s extravagant and yet isolated estate.
- John Squires
We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes details on a Wes Craven art exhibition, the first sighting of Megafoot, a 100 zombie films graphical print, first photos from Australian Horror film, Barrow, an interview with actor, writer, and filmmaker Sean Stone, and much more:
The Horror Legacy of Wes Craven Exhibit Details: “Wes Craven has been feeding our collective horror consciousness since 1972, when his first feature, “The Last House on the Left,” debuted. That film was gritty, raw and terrifying, it still causes a guttural reaction some 40 years later. In his career, Wes has created some of the most memorable moments in horror cinema, from the torture scene in “The Serpent and the Rainbow,” to the Johnny Depp’s explosive scene in “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” to the first glimpse of Michael Berryman’s savagery in “The Hills Have Eyes. »
- Tamika Jones
This upcoming month, there are two interesting genre titles playing on Fearnet that you should take note of; 'Eden Lake' and 'Dahmer.' Why? Because they both represent early movies for actors that have proved to be outstanding performers in the arts long before they honed their craft. In the case of 'Eden Lake,' the film is fronted by Michael Fassbender, long before he played Magneto in the 'X-Men' films, stole the show in Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglourious Basterds' & played the android David from 'Prometheus' with such cold, calculated perfection. Also, you can catch 'Dahmer,' the bio pic from director David Jacobson, which stars Jeremy Renner in one of his first cinematic lead roles. Now he's an Avenger in the Marvel Universe! So it got me thinking about other examples of successful stars you may have totally forgotten were in genre films. »
- Rob Galluzzo
It's been awhile since last we told you about Joe Hollow's horror-star-studded genre film Disciples, but with the passage of time has come good things. Read on for the latest along with some new eye candy!
From the Press Release
From writer/director Joe Hollow (The Family), the apocalyptic shocker tells the story of a group of humans and demons who must band together when a pending end of the world prophecy become a terrifying reality.
The film features a powerhouse lineup of both iconic and up-and-coming genre actors including: Tony Todd (Candyman), Bill Moseley (House of 1000 Corpses), Angus Scrimm (Phantasm), Barbara Magnolfi (Suspira), Nick Principe (Laid to Rest), Debbie Rochon (Model Hunger), Camden Toy ("Buffy"), Tom Lodewyck (The Family), Shannon Lark (Psychic Experiment), Elissa Dowling (Axman at Cutter »
- Uncle Creepy
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