Alchemy presents 31! Rob Zombie welcomes you to Hell in this brand new teaser poster, which we have for you right here! 31 will premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on January 23rd in the Midnight section! This new nightmare experience was written and directed by Rob Zombie!
Rob Zombie reunites with his wife Sheri Moon Zombie and Halloween star Malcolm McDowell for an experience that promises to be unlike any other. This new horror thriller also stars Elizabeth Daily, Meg Foster and Ginger Lynn Allen. Jeffrey Daniel Phillips, who appeared in Rob Zombie's previous directorial effort The Lords of Salem, rounds out the cast alongside Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs and Richard Brake.Read More
Starz retains all domestic and international multiplatform rights including television, home entertainment, and digital. Orchard Farm Productions focuses on developing and producing television projects for broadcast and cable. Kunis teamed up with Susan Curtis, Cami Curtis and Lisa Sterbakov to launch Orchard Farm Productions last year. Orchard Farm Productions is repped by CAA and Patti Felker. Slamon is repped by Gersh and Peter Nichols. Rob Zombie is repped by David Fox at Myman and Andy Gould for Spectacle Entertainment.
It isn't known yet if Mila Kunis also plans on starring in this series, or if she is only on board as an executive producer. The actress previously served as an executive producer on the 2014 comedy The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, which she also starred in alongside Robin Williams. This series will mark her debut as a TV producer, although she has plenty of experience in the medium on the other side of the camera, starring in the hit sitcom That '70s Show and providing the voice of Meg on the long-running animated series Family Guy.Read More
After more than a decade of directing horror movies such as House Of 1000 Corpses, Halloween and The Lords of Salem, Rob Zombie is attached to direct the Groucho Marx biopic Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho's House. The project is based on the book of the same name by Steve Stoliar, with Oren Moverman (The Messenger, Rampart) set to write the adapted screenplay. The director acquired the rights to this book himself along with producer Miranda Bailey.
It isn't known when production will get under way, but Rob Zombie is currently shooting his next horror thriller 31. He is also developing Broad Street Bullies, which centers on the famed Philadelphia Flyers hockey team from the 1970s, known for their bruising ways. It remains to be seen if Raised Eyebrows will be the director's next project, or if it will be Broad Street Bullies, which has been in development for some time now.Read More
Director Rob Zombie's new horror-thriller 31 has landed distribution with Alchemy, just as production begins in Los Angeles. The filmmaker debuted a brief teaser trailer and artwork back in July, but we haven't heard much about the project since then. The film stars the director's wife, Sheri Moon Zombie, along with Richard Brake, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Jeffrey Daniel Phillips, Lew Temple, Meg Foster and Malcolm McDowell.
Rob Zombie is directing from his own screenplay and producing with Andy Gould, Matthew Perniciaro, Michael Sherman, Eddie Vaisman and Mike Elliott. With production already under way, it isn't known if Alchemy has a release plan in place, so stay tuned for more on 31. Are you looking forward to Rob Zombie's latest? Let us know what you think below.Read More
While we patiently await the August 2015 release of Assassin's Creed, a big screen adaptation of the popular video game starring Michael Fassbender, we have something else to tide us over. Musician and horror director Rob Zombie has created a new animated short for the upcoming release of Assassin's Creed: Unity, which helps set up the storyline of this latest entry in the video game series. The Walking Dead artist Tony Moore is responsible for the animation. You can watch the full short, as well as a behind-the-scenes video with Rob Zombie.
In the game, set amidst the chaos of 18th Century Paris, Arno, a young Master Assassin, will embark on an extraordinary journey to expose the true powers behind the French Revolution. His pursuit will throw him into the middle of a ruthless struggle for the fate of a nation and ultimately carve a new destiny for the people of France.Read More
Back in May, Rob Zombie announced his next horror project will be 31 with a teaser that touts his past achievements in the genre like House Of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects, the Halloween reboot, and The Lords of Salem. At the time, he offered no plot details, only to say it would be 'nasty and disgusting'. He hinted that it was not a Captain Spalding sequel or prequel, though a teaser trailer reveals a clown mask and horrifying laughter, recalling the auteur's most iconic slasher. Now, Rob Zombie has shared a production drawing that features men in skeleton costumes hanging out next too an ominous looking van.
Check out the concept art from Alex Horley, which the director/musician/artist posted on his personal Facebook page, along with the 31 teaser trailer released back in May.Read More
The summer movie season is officially over and the fall awards season has yet to kick into full gear, so we, as film fans, are stuck in a weird sort of limbo that consists of last month's leftovers and B grade schlock at the Cineplex this weekend. If you can't muster up the energy needed to see Vin Diesel in the Drive-In classic-to-be Riddick, you could instead crank up the AC, grab any beverage of choice, and select The Lords of Salem on Blu-ray or DVD. Even better, it's also available on VOD, which just takes a couple of clicks on the remote to enjoy!
Released in the spring to bewildered stares and mostly slack-jawed amazement, now is the prefect time to either see The Lords of Salem for the first time, or revisit its weird and wonderfully astute ways of creeping out even the most hardcore gore hound. Its one of director Rob Zombie's best efforts to date, and as it makes its way home, its sure to collect a strong cult following yet unprepared for how well this thriller works its way past the skin and deep into your brain. Its like the best kind of album, it only gets better with each new listen.Read More