Rob Zombie is back on Instagram with another cool update from the set of The Munsters. Today the director teased fans with an early look at Mockingbird Lane’s set construction. This thing is really coming along and looks nearly identical to the set for the original series.
Zombie has been sharing updates liberally ever since he landed in Budapest earlier this year. He’s given us a glance at everything from costume designs to the blueprints of the entire neighborhood the crew is currently building. This time he shares an image of the actual house that looks like it’s nearly complete.
Take a look:
It’s safe to assume that Rob Zombie is sticking as close to the original property as possible. Almost every detail that he’s shared has been an exact replica of what was seen in the original television series. While the original series only lasted for two seasons, it produced a number of television specials, spin-offs, and features over the past 60 years.
Zombie is a tried and true household horror name. Beyond his extensive music career, he has already directed a handful of hotly debated genre classics. The critically acclaimed House of 1000 Corpses and the 2007 remake of Halloween, for instance, remain extremely polarizing to this day.
The original cast of The Munsters featured Fred Gwynne, Yvonne de Carlo, Beverly Owen, Butch Patrick, and Al Lewis as Grandpa Munster. Together the group played the average nuclear American family… except for the fact that they were literal monsters.
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