Singer/filmmaker Rob Zombie has updated his blog with a few more images from his recent round of location scouting around Salem for his latest flick, The Lords of Salem, so of course we're here to point you in their direction.
Get excited, kids. The first official image from Rob Zombie's next film, The Lords of Salem, is here, and it echoes the goodness of Mario Bava's Black Sunday. Dig it! Jason Blum, Steven Schneider, and Oren Peli of Haunted Pictures will be producing as well as Zombie regulars Andy Gould and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones as cameras roll this May, on location in Massachusetts.
Some more plot details for the upcoming The Lords of Salem, the latest film by the polarizing musician turned filmmaker Rob Zombie, came in today. No matter your opinion of Zombie, love him or hate him, you can't deny the man has his followers. We'll see what fans and detractors have to say as even more details come in.
Well, okay, maybe not the Lords themselves, but today musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie offered fans a look at one of the upcoming film's possible locations, and fortunately it's looking appropriately creepy. Dig it!
Even more talk about Rob Zombie's latest original film, The Lords of Salem, has slipped online, and you know we're right here to deliver the juiciest bits to you! Recently Zombie sat down with Empire Online to shed even more light on the project and talk about what's next after that.
With production likely to begin in March, all eyes are on Rob Zombie to deliver a new original feature so that he can officially shed the skin of remakes past.
Word has just come in that Rob Zombie is gearing up to start shooting his next film, The Lords of Salem, this spring. It's good to have the man back working on his own original material. The film has been put together by Haunted Films, the company run by the Paranormal Activity team of Jason Blum, Steven Schneider and Oren Peli.
I ran into The Guild's creator/star Felicia Day at last month's Halo: Reach launch party and HAD to ask about Rock of the Dead, the new guitar controller rail shooter that she voices alongside her "Dr. Horrible" co-star, Neil Patrick Harris, with music by Rob Zombie.
October has already been dizzyingly packed with all manor of geekery and bloody great events up the ying yang, and now, just before the holiest of days (i.e., Halloween), we get to play at ROCK AND SHOCK! It all goes down October 15-17 at the DCU Center and the Palladium in Worcester, MA.
Of all the network television shows you would least expect to hear Rob Zombie is making a special appearance on, I think it's safe to say ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" would probably be pretty high on most people's list.
Dread Central (in this case writers Heather Wixson, Andrew Kasch and yours truly, Sean Decker) hit the red carpet this past Friday night for the Eyegore Awards and opening night of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood, CA, and brought back a bit of video (see that below, as well as video interviews from the carpet) from the rather boisterous festivities.
After a week of heavy speculation, the proverbial cat is now out of the bag concerning just what Rob Zombie's next film will be. Curious? You know you are!
That's right, kids. A quick update on just what Zombie's big movie announcement is and when he'll be making it has come our way, and we figured we'd share.
Rob Zombie is an enigma. Say what you want about his movies, the guy does things his way and that's to be applauded. Now that his tour in support of his latest album is wrapping up, the rock star turned director is once again setting his sights on film.
The 7th annual Rock and Shock Horror and Music Festival has just expanded its guest list yet again, and we've got the lowdown on who's been added to join the previously announced Danny Trejo, George Romero, Adrienne Barbeau, GWAR, Rob Zombie/Alice Cooper, and many more.