15 items from 2016
Stars: Mikayla Gibson, Trae Ireland, Omar Gooding, Reatha Grey, Joey Bell, David Brown, Elizabeth Castillo, Jamie B.Cline, Adam Dunnells, Bunny Gibson, Bill Oberst Jr. | Written by Jeff Rosenberg | Directed by Jim Lane
A trip to the store turns into a surreal nightmare when a college student is kidnapped by a deranged, dysfunctional family. Now Audra West finds herself trapped in the middle of the desert, and betrothed to Adam, the youngest son of the murderous clan. As a determined detective conducts a frantic search, Audra realizes the only way to survive is to escape. But even if she could get away, almost two hundred miles of desert lies between her and help.
Good god, how much does Betrothed want to be The Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Much like Rob Zombie used the freakish family format for his film The Devils Rejects and The House of 1000 Corpses; director Jim Lane »
- Phil Wheat
The Revenant is now out on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, and we’ve been provided with one Blu-ray copy to give away. Also: not long now “Dreadfuls”, Penny Dreadful Season 3 premieres on May 1st and to celebrate the show’s third season, Showtime has launched a fan art contest. Read on for more information on that as well as The Harvesters Kickstarter, the short film Scythe, and a trailer for Betrothed.
How to Enter: For a chance to win, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “The Revenant Contest”. Be sure to include your name and mailing address.
Entry Details: The contest will end at 12:01am Est on April 25th. This contest is only open to those who are eighteen years of age or older that live in the United States. »
- Tamika Jones
By Seth Metoyer
From The Press Release
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre meets House of 1000 Corpses in a new sweat-inducing new horror jaunt from Jim Lane, director of Deadly Famous starring Mikayla Gibson, Bill Oberst Jr (Criminal Minds, Circus of the Dead), Trae Ireland (13/13/13), Omar Gooding (Barbershop), Reatha Grey (Chocolate City), Joey Bell, David Brown, Elizabeth Castillo, Jamie B.Cline, Adam Dunnells, and Bunny Gibson (Creepshow III).
A trip to the store turns into a surreal nightmare when a college student is kidnapped by a deranged, dysfunctional family. Now Audra West finds herself trapped in the middle of the desert, and betrothed to Adam, the youngest son of the murderous clan. As a determined detective conducts a frantic search, »
Betrothed – Early Details on Sweat-inducing Horror Jaunt
Osiris Entertainment has picked up Betrothed with a VOD release targeted for July. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre meets House of 1000 Corpses in a new sweat-inducing new horror jaunt from Jim Lane, director of Deadly Famous starring Mikayla Gibson, Bill Oberst Jr (Criminal Minds, Circus of the Dead), Trae Ireland (13/13/13), Omar Gooding (Barbershop), …
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The Texas Chain Saw Massacre meets House of 1000 Corpses in a new sweat-inducing new horror jaunt from Jim Lane, director of Deadly Famous. starring Mikayla Gibson, Bill Oberst Jr (Criminal Minds, Circus of the Dead), Trae Ireland (13/13/13), Omar Gooding (Barbershop), Reatha Grey (Chocolate City), Joey Bell, David Brown, Elizabeth Castillo, Jamie B.Cline, Adam Dunnells, and Bunny Gibson (Creepshow III).
A trip to the store turns into a surreal nightmare when a college student is kidnapped by a deranged, dysfunctional family. Now Audra West finds herself trapped in the middle of the desert, and betrothed to Adam, the youngest son of the murderous clan. As a determined detective conducts a frantic search, Audra realizes the only way to survive is to escape. But even if she could get away, almost two »
- Phil Wheat
Before Rob Zombie became an acclaimed horror director with such cult hits as House Of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects and The Lords of Salem, he was an acclaimed rock musician who directed his own music videos. Today, he returns to that realm with a new music video/short film called Everybody's (bleeping) in a U.F.O. And it's pretty insane!
This creepy sci-fi extravaganza stars a host of special guests and musicians including Rob Zombie himself, who takes the lead. We also get to see John 5, Piggy D, Ginger Fish, Jeff Daniel Phillips and the ever present Sheri Moon Zombie as Miss Bunny Peachbottom. Bunny has had sex with an extraterrestrial and lives to tell about it. Now, she's sharing her exploits with a class full of astronauts. Yeah, it's pretty weird, and only gets weirder from there.
This short film/music video is definitely Nsfw. And »
Saban Films is acquiring North American distribution rights to horror thriller 31, the latest film from visionary mastermind Rob Zombie (House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects Halloween and Lords of Salem). The film stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Golden Globe Nominee Malcolm McDowell, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Ginger Lynn Allen, Elizabeth Daily and Meg Foster. Rob Zombie wrote and directed the film, which made its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and will have a September 16th release.
31 follows five carnival workers who are kidnapped and held hostage in an abandoned, Hell-like compound where they are forced to participate in a violent game, the goal of which is to survive twelve hours against a gang of sadistic clowns. Said Saban Films President Bill Bromiley.
"31 is a treat not just to horror fans, but fans of true auteur filmmaking. The film is executed in true stylistic Zombie fashion. Rob is an unrivaled talent, »
The film, which premiered in January at the Sundance Film Festival, stars Sheri Moon Zombie (“The Devil’s Rejects”), Malcolm McDowell (“A Clockwork Orange”), and “The Lords of Salem” stars Jeff Daniel Phillips and Meg Foster.
Zombie wrote and directed the film, in which five carnival workers are kidnapped and held hostage in an abandoned compound, where they are forced to participate in a violent game to survive 12 hours against a gang of sadistic clowns.
“’31’ is a treat not just to horror fans, but fans of true auteur filmmaking,” said Saban Films president Bill Bromiley. “The film is executed in true stylistic Zombie fashion. Rob is an unrivaled talent, and we are thrilled to bring his bold new film to audiences across the continent.”
Zombie’s directing credits include “House of 1000 Corpses,” “The Devil’s Rejects, »
- Dave McNary
Captain Spaulding may not usually travel cross-country, but his figure from Neca sure will. Set to be released in July, this action figure will also include special artwork created specifically for this item.
From Neca: Stop by Captain Spaulding’s Museum of Monsters and Madmen — it’s fun for the whole family! (If you’re the Manson family!) From the cult Rob Zombie film, our newest retro clothed action figure is Captain Spaulding from House of 1000 Corpses in classic clown attire.
The Captain stands 8” tall and is dressed in fabric clothing similar to the iconic toy lines of the 1970s. He’s fully poseable and truly terrifying! Comes in resealable protective clamshell packaging featuring custom artwork created just for this release! Ages 18+.
Release Date: July 2016.
Image from Neca:
The post House Of 1000 Corpses Captain Spaulding Figure from Neca appeared first on Daily Dead. »
- Tamika Jones
Follow all of our Sundance 2016 coverage. Generally speaking you’re either a fan of Rob Zombie‘s film-making or you’re not. I say generally because while his first four films (House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, Halloween, Halloween II) are oppressive, generically-violent, shallow affairs his 2012 release, The Lords of Salem, actually showed visible improvement. It’s still basic in many ways, but Zombie put visible effort into the story and design resulting in an enjoyably creative step forward as a writer/director. Unfortunately for those of us who favored that growth though, Zombie’s latest feature, 31, takes one step back. Five carnies traveling between gigs (and separate from the rest of the troupe) run into trouble when a late night drive on a remote road ends at a trio of creepy scarecrows blocking the road. They’re quickly abducted only to awake in a compound designed for death-dealing and run by a trio of »
- Rob Hunter
Happy Halloween motherfuckers! Rob Zombie is back in the house! And what a horrific fuckshow of a house it is too. In House Of 1000 Corpses, Zombie took us back to all Hallow's eve '77, only a few years after Leatherface pillaged a band of friends in the musky backroads of Austin, Texas. In Halloween, after Michael Myers is first outed as psychopathic on the 31st of October, 1990, we jump 15 years to a bloody holiday rampage. Now in 2016, roughly 15 years after the filming of Zombie's maniacally enthralling feature debut, he takes us back to 1976 for his latest ultraviolent massacre. In doing so, not only will fans of Corpses be pleased to see the return to Zombie's trashy southern 70s and...
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31 was undoubtedly made for those of us who have enjoyed Zombie’s work over the years. It may not be as ambitious as The Lords of Salem or as epic as The Devil’s Rejects but, by and large, it’s a ton of blood-soaked fun that gives us real characters to connect with, introduces us to some incredibly twisted assassins and goes for broke at every possible turn.
The story feels like Zombie’s own horror-fied version of The Running Man (with a bit of a Kubrickian flavor to it) and features breakout performances from Richard Brake and Jeff Daniel Phillips. Folks who aren’t into Zombie’s work probably won’t enjoy 31, but any film that gives the amazing Meg Foster the opportunity to wield a chainsaw like a total badass is aces in my book.
31’s story is pretty straightforward; a group of carnies (Sheri Moon Zombie, »
- Heather Wixson
Rob Zombie truly loves horror movies. But he still hasn’t made a good one, and “31” is a perfect encapsulation of the reasons why: It’s a fanboy’s highlight reel of homages, without any of the credibility or context that made most of the films he’s inspired by so fine. Those who liked his first narrative features, “House of 1000 Corpses” and “The Devil’s Rejects,” will probably enjoy his latest, which feels like a mash-up of the two (as well as numerous older films). But for others, this energetic exercise in forced badassery will be too silly and self-conscious to feel genuinely edgy, despite all the blood spilt and familiar taboos violated. (You know something’s wrong when your reaction to one character’s entrance is “Oh. A Nazi killer dwarf. That figures.”) As with Zombie’s prior efforts outside the “Halloween” reboots, this looks destined for »
- Dennis Harvey
Remember when I told ya about the new zom-com Zombie Cop a while back? Of course you do, ‘cuz I’m me and we all know the Coffin Club worships my every word like some sort of non-drink-mix-ingesting Jonestown cult (we prefer absinthe, as you know)! Well, wouldn’t ya know it, the zombie cop in question, Jera Sky, just popped into the Crypt o’ Xiii for a lil’ jaw sesh with yours cruelly!
Famous Monsters. Give the ol’ coffin club the low-down on who you are and what you do, please! Jera Sky. My name is Jera Sky and I’m a Los Angeles based actor, filmmaker, and according to a book I read, probably a psychopath. I would need more words than is probably allowed to sum up who I am, but here goes: I spent all my money on a video camera when I was 14 so I »
Walton Goggins is excited about The Hateful Eight. The film is really good, he’s terrific in it and, as one of the lead characters in the new Quentin Tarantino film, it’s perhaps his most high profile role to date. He has a lot to be excited about.
Even his hair looks excited, jutting up wildly. He’s animated and moves a lot, but he’s not wired and out of control. He just exudes enthusiasm and seems happy to be where he is, talking about his work. He’s great fun to talk to; enthusiastic and warm interview subjects are something of a gift. Here’s how our chat with Walton Goggins went.
How do you respond, when you get that script (for The Hateful Eight)?
You know, Quentin doesn »
15 items from 2016
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