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Why All Horror Filmmakers Should Take A Note From Rob Zombie

Being a fan of Rob Zombie’s filmmaking can be infuriating at times, and incredibly difficult. This is the man who remade HALLOWEEN, an untouchable, beloved masterpiece and gave Laurie Strode white-girl dreads in the sequel. This is the man who crowd funded his film 31, only for many critics to call it the worst film […]

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Exclusive Clip! Rob Zombie On The Casting Process For 31!

Whether you love or don’t love the films of Rob Zombie, you have to admit he’s truly an artist with his own unique voice and aesthetic. And beyond the movies themselves, I’m always personally captivated when he discusses his creative process in interviews or behind-the-scenes featurettes. I mean, the docs on the making-of both THE […]

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Groove To These Awesome John Carpenter Remixes!

These last couple of years, it’s been so awesome to see John Carpenter finally get his due, not only as the auteur director we all know and love, but in particular for all the music he’s crafted for his films as well, which has seen a tremendous (and much deserved) resurgence as of late. I credit it […]

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Rob Zombie’s Latest Music Video “Medication For The Melancholy” Is Upon Us!

With Rob Zombie’s latest album The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser out in the world, the artist has been keeping a pretty consistent stream of new music videos coming out to accompany each track on his latest opus. The newest one is for the tune “Medication For The Melancholy,” a straight forward rock […]

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Check Out The New NSFW Rob Zombie Short Film / Music Video!

Whoa! This video snuck right by us, but not for too long! We knew earlier this year that Rob Zombie was planning on releasing a brand new album titled “The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser” and was also planning for some fun video-related content to accompany the new record. It’s coming out […]

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Behind-The-Scenes Of SLAYER’s “Repentless!”

The temperature is hovering at about 100 degrees when I first set foot on the courtyard of the Sybil Brand Correctional Facility, a defunct prison that once harbored close to 2000 inmates before being shut down in 1997 as the result of poor physical conditions caused by the infamous 1994 Northridge earthquake. But on this blistering August afternoon, […]