Posted on Tuesday, June 19th, 2012 by Russ Fischer
Rob Zombie‘s film career has been defined by horror until this point: House of 1,000 Corpses, the two Halloween films, and his upcoming The Lords of Salem are explicitly horror, and The Devil’s Rejects is such grimy exploitation that it has to be viewed as horror at its core. We’ve known he might move away from the genre at some point, and that time may be now. And why should guys like Kevin Smith be the only ones to make hockey movies?
Zombie is attached to write, produce and direct Broad Street Bullies, a film based on the career of the upstart and ultimately winning ’70s Philadelphia Flyers hockey team. But don’t worry about some of Zombie’s trademarks; as a ’70s hockey film, and specifically one about the ‘take no prisoners’ Flyers, there’s a lot of room for violence here. Read More »