After a 15 year hiatus, Rob Zombie’s Firefly family returns to the silver screen for a limited Fatham Events theatrical engagement. While House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects were created on $7 million budgets, 3 from Hell was made on a budget of just $3 million. Smaller budgets often mean more opportunities for filmmakers to be creative without the studio scrutiny and expectations that come with a higher price tag, and there’s usually more leeway when it comes to studio tolerance for the kinds of shocking and graphic content Zombie’s films are usually known for. But- while Zombie’s twisted vision for the franchise is clearly never compromised in this film- the limitations of the budget appear to prevent 3 from Hell from reaching the high watermark Zombie set with The Devil’s Rejects.
Rob Zombie took to his official web site today to unveil something 3 From Hell fans have long been waiting for: the movie’s official poster art!
The writer/director’s message is short and sweet, and it cuts right to an image that eerily evokes the original teaser poster art of the film’s predecessor, The Devil’s Rejects:
“Dig the official poster for 3 FROM HELL!”
Fans of the franchise will quickly notice that Sid Haig is not featured on the new poster art alongside Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon Zombie. Instead, Richard Brake’s character- a newcomer named Foxy- stands beside the two. How Haig’s fan-favorite character, Captain Spaulding, fits into the events of the film remains to be seen. read more
It looks as if even a barrage of gunfire can’t keep the Firefly Family down. This morning Rob Zombie revealed the teaser trailer for 3 From Hell today via his official Instagram account featuring Captain Spaulding, Otis and Baby. While the 50-second trailer didn’t reveal too much, it gives us many flashback scenes to House of 1,000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects.
In addition to Sid Haig, Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon Zombie all returning to reprise their roles, 3 From Hell also includes Emilio Rivera, Danny Trejo, Clint Howard, Richard Brake, Daniel Roebuck, Dee Wallace, Sean Whalen, and Jeff Daniel Phillips. read more
Bill Moseley greeted hundreds of rabid horror fans for an intimate panel at the 2018 CT Horrorfest this past Saturday in Danbury, Connecticut. A Connecticut native himself, the actor opened up about his early years in the nutmeg state, his college days at Yale University, and his writing gigs just before his big break in the world of horror filmmaking with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.
Moseley also shared the story of how he ended up working with the legendary guitarist Buckethead on his iconic album, Giant Robot, and the follow-up Cornbugs records the duo produced over a ten year period. He detailed how Buckethead’s face darkened upon learning that Moseley couldn’t perform as Chop Top due to licencing issues, but the two quickly collaborated on a twisted new scarecrow for Bill to embody. More recently, Moseley created an EP with heavy metal icon Phil Anselmo, entitled Songs of Darkness and Despair, and Bill delighted fans with the story of how Bill & Phil came to be. read more
Right from his own Instagram, musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie is bringing the slain Firefly family back from the dead for 3 From Hell, currently in post-production. Zombie posted new production images of stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Bill Moseley, Sid Haig and Jeff Daniel Phillips along with the slogan “Free the three!”.
A Three From Hell exclusive! First shot of an angry Otis addressing the media after a long day in court. Justice! Free The Three! #threefromhell #robzombie #billmoseley #sherimoonzombie #richardbrake #sidhaig #dannytrejo #emiliorivera #freethethree #houseof1000corpses #jeffdanielphillips #thedevilsrejects read more
Rob Zombie has a lot more than 3 From Hell now with Emilio Rivera, Tom Papa, David Ury and Clint Howard being added to the expanding cast of the follow-up to The Devil’s Rejects.
Rivera is known for playing Marcus Alvarez on FX’s Sons of Anarchy but can be seen also in Netflix’s On My Block and the upcoming spin-off Mayans MC.
In his Instagram announcement post, Zombie said ,“I wonder how he fits it?” Right? Maybe he’s part of Danny Trejo’s new crew? After all, Trejo’s character DID survive The Devil’s Rejects… We’ll see soon!” read more
Horror legend Dee Wallace announced today via Twitter that she just wrapped shooting on Rob Zombie’s latest film, 3 From Hell. Zombie also made the reveal via his Instagram.
Surprise! Just spent an incredible week with Rob Zombie & Sheri Moon Zombie filming 3 From Hell. Damn I love workin with this guy!
— Dee Wallace OFFICIAL (@Dee_Wallace) March 20, 2018
As we reported just last week, Rob Zombie announced that 3 From Hell has begun filming. Since the initial announcement, which did not include Sid Haig’s name, who portrayed the terrifying, yet somehow lovable clown Captain Spaulding, Haig has since been confirmed by the director. With Haig on board, the trio from The Devil’s Rejects has official reunited. Just recently veteran actor Austin Stoker was confirmed by Zombie. read more
Rumors have been swirling for months about the possibility of Rob Zombie secretly working on a third film featuring that wacky Firefly family that he introduced the world to with 2003’s House of 1000 Corpses and then the 2005 sequel The Devil’s Rejects. Well, Mr. Zombie announced to the world today via his Instagram account that filming has begun on 3 From Hell (or Three from Hell).
While there is no word on casting yet, not even an IMDB page for the film, we can see by the hashtags that, at the very least, Rob’s wife Sheri Moon Zombie (Baby Firefly) and Bill Moseley (Otis) are returning for the action; no word yet on whether fan-favorite Sid Haig (Captain Spaulding) also survived that hail of bullets at the end of Devil’s Rejects (spoiler alert). read more
The last work of the legendary Gunnar Hansen will soon be available for all to see. Before he left us in 2015, Gunnar wrote the script for the film Death House with the intentions of featuring as many legends of the horror genre as possible.
After the gentle giant’s passing, the script was punched up by Harrison Smith (Camp Dread) who also took over directing duties. When it comes to Gunnar’s wish to cast as many horror legends as possible, it’s safe to say that they went all out. The short list is Adrienne Barbeau, Sid Haig, Kane Hodder, Vernon Wells, Tony Todd, Felissa Rose, Michael Berryman, Dee Wallace, Bill Moseley, Barbara Crampton and more…seriously. read more
We have the latest news on the upcoming William Froste, from Vision Films and Absinthe Productions. The film will feature veterans from more than a dozen iconic horror films and is being described as “The Expendables of Horror.” You can view the full press release below.
VISION FILMS TEAMS UP WITH ABSINTHE PRODUCTIONS FOR THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED HORROR FILM “William Froste” WHICH WILL FEATURE THE LARGEST ENSEMBLE HORROR CAST TO EVER GRACE THE SILVER SCREEN read more