Warning: Spoilers for the iZombie Season 3 finale below. Read at your own risk! The world of iZombie will never be the same. In the Season 3 finale, the zombie cat got out of the bag after Chase Graves (Jason Dohring) had Fillmore Graves...Show More Summary
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Mastodon announced another run of 2017 tour dates with Eagles of Death Metal and Russian Circles. They also play NJ's Rock Allegiance festival with Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Gojira, and more. Continue reading…
Rob Zombie, the musician and film and TV writer-director, has signed with CAA to rep him in film and television. He has seven feature films under his belt, having most recently bowed his horror pic 31 at Sundance in 2016. His film credits...Show More Summary
I like to listen to instrumental music while I work, sometimes jazz, sometimes classical, sometimes techno, or Rob Zombie, or Brian Eno. Tonight I wanted to listen to Wardenclyffe Tower by Allan Holdsworth. I haven’t heard it in a long time but I owned it on CD back in the 90s. Anyway I went to Wikipedia to […] The post Wardenclyffe Tower appeared first on cameronreilly.com.
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I am a huge Kane Hodder fan. For years, in fact, when anyone asked me "if you could meet anyone, who would it be" my answer was always an extremely quick - "Rob Zombie!" Which would then quickly be followed by - "Or,...Show More Summary
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY was not the first time Gunn has featured Michael Rooker, Sean Gunn, and Rob Zombie, and it won’t be his last. Read more...
The "Guardians of the Galaxy" director explains why Rob Zombie has a cameo in each of his movies, and why he remains so accessible to fans. The post Why Rob Zombie Cameos in All of James Gunn’s Films appeared first on CBR.
After a few months on home video, Rob Zombie has finally released the official soundtrack to his latest, 31, which features tracks from within the film by The James Gang, Kitty Wells, The Mamas & The Papas, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ernest Tubb & more. The soundtrack also includes the score music from both Zombie and John […]
14 years ago today the mayhem was released! #robzombie #sherimoonzombie #houseof1000corpses https://t.co/yWgIw5v9Pt— Rob Zombie (@RobZombie) April 11, 2017 I think anyone that has read my Pajiba contributions long enough knows I have a complicated relationship with Rob Zombie's movies because...
“Tiny fed a stump!” Not that we ever need an excuse to write about House of 1000 Corpses, but did you know that Rob Zombie’s debut feature was theatrically released 14 years ago on this very day?! That’s right, House of 1000 Corpses debuted on the big screen, after all sorts of behind the scenes […]
I haven't seen The Devil's Rejects because Rob Zombie movies are terrible. However, I'm a sucker for deleted scenes. Tell me that you could pass up something described as 'Dr. Satan Attacks'! Oh, my poor, sweet Rosario Dawson. I didn't...
Deleted scenes have always fascinated me. Some of them are totally useless, while others would’ve made for interesting additions. We focus on the latter scenes in Deleted Screams. As much as I love House of 1000 Corpses, Rob Zombie’s debut film, it’s The Devil’s Rejects that I consider to be his masterpiece – it’s also, for […]
Starring Nicolas Cage as Fu Manchu! Ten years ago, on this very day, something magical happened. Something that will never happen again, as long as I live. On April 6th, 2007, the double feature film Grindhouse was released into theaters nationwide. To this day, it’s the most fun experience I’ve ever had at the movies. […]
Few figures in modern horror are as controversial as the infamous rocker-turned-director, Rob Zombie. Heralded by some as one of the few true “auteur” filmmakers working in the genre today, while simultaneously considered a talentless hack by others, there’s quite the disparity in opinions regarding Zombie within the horror community. While he still benefits from […]
Oh. That's really a shame. The soundtrack to Rob Zombie's 31 doesn't come with Dream On included. That's a bummer. That song, played over that ending in the stark daylight was the second best part of the entire movie....Show More Summary
When we talk about the people involved with the latest entry in a popular horror franchise, they're usually names we know from other genre projects. The most recent HALLOWEEN films were made by Rob Zombie. We know his horror work. Show More Summary
In Hell, everybody loves popcorn. Personally speaking, one of last year’s biggest disappointments was Rob Zombie’s 31, which felt like a huge step back for the man who brought us outstanding gems such as The Devil’s Rejects and The Lords of Salem. But I’ll always love Zombie, and I’m not here to bash his work. […]
Say what you will about Rob Zombie's films. I all but worship the man (yeah, I'm one of those guys, "wanna fight about it?"), but one thing we can agree on is the man knows how to put together one hell of a making-of documentary. Show More Summary