The Devil's Rejects
When it comes to movies, Rob Zombie is very touch and go. First he says he wants to do something; then he'll say a month later that he doesn't want to do something. Then he'll announce something. Then that movie will be forgotten about. It's enough to drive you mad, and that's just how he likes it!
Taking place August 24 at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA, the 10th Annual Johnny Ramone Tribute will bring family, friends, and fans together to celebrate the late punk guitarist's legacy with a special outdoor screening of host Rob Zombie’s The Devil’s Rejects.
We were recently bummed to discover that Rob Zombie would be following up Lords of Salem with a hockey movie called Broad Street Bullies rather than another horror flick. Fortunately, those plans have gone up in smoke. Read on!
Some interesting news is coming in from Rob Zombie that's likely going to have some fans protesting and others falling to their knees and thanking the heavens above. Sounds like the rocker turned filmmaker is done with making horror movies.
Last night Spike TV put on its much-hyped first annual Scream Awards, showcasing the best in horror, sci-fi, and fantasy. The show itself was so spectacular, one could almost forgive the network for cancelling Blade. Almost. THE MOST ANTICIPATED MOVIE: "PIRATES OF THE CARRIBEAN: AT WORLD'S END" THE ULTIMATE SCREAM: "BATMAN BEGINS" BEST HORROR MOVIE:
Just like a proud papa, Rob Zombie has posted in his MySpace blog the news that The Devil's Rejects was nominated for not one, but five, Scream Awards including nods to Zombie himself for both writing and directing the film. Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sheri Moon Zombie, and Leslie Easterbrook received a group nomination in the vilest villian category.
Mitch Davis, the man, the legend, the Director of International Programming for the Fantasia Festival managed to peel himself away from Concordia’s Hall building for a while to speak with our man on the sce