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‘3 from Hell’: The Horror News Network Review

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 read more

Rob Zombie Releases Official Poster for ‘3 From Hell’

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

Rob Zombie Confirms ‘Devil’s Rejects’ Follow-Up

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

Teaser Poster for Rob Zombie’s 31

We have the first teaser poster for Rob Zombie’s 31. It stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Malcom McDowell, and Meg Foster. 31 will hit theaters October 21. You can view the poster and release info below.

A FILM BY ROB ZOMBIE
In Theaters October 21st from Saban Films and Lionsgate
Written & Directed by: Rob Zombie
Executive Producers: Mike Goodridge
Producers: Rob Zombie, Andy Gould, Matthew Perniciaro and Michael Sherman, Eddie Vaisman, Mike Elliott
Cinematography by: David Daniel
Music by: Jeff Cardoni
Edited by: Glenn Garland
Cast: Sheri Moon Zombie, Malcom McDowell, Meg Foster, Elizabeth Daily, Sandra Rosko, Richard Brake
Distributor Saban Films
Release Date: On Demand September 16th, In select theaters October 21st
Running Time 102 min.
Rating R
Synopsis: From the visionary mind of Rob Zombie comes the horrific story of five carnival workers who are kidnapped the night before Halloween and held hostage in a large compound. At the mercy of their captors, they are forced to play a twisted game or life or death called 31. For the next 12 hours they must fight for their lives against an endless parade of homicidal maniacs. read more

Saban Films Acquires Rob Zombie’s ’31’ & Gives Release Date

Saban Films has acquired the rights to Rob Zombie’s ’31’ and has set a release date of September 16.  The film stars Sheri Moon Zombie and Malcolm McDowell.   Zombie wrote and directed the film, which centers around five carnival workers who are kidnapped and held hostage in an abandoned compound, and are forced to partake in a violent game of survival against a gang of sadistic clowns for 12 hours.   It was financed by Bow and Arrow Entertainment and co-produced with Spectacle Entertainment Group. read more