3 from hell trailer full

Rob Zombie is at it again with 3 From Hell, the latest entry in his House of 1000 Corpses/Devil’s Rejects series. You can expect more gore, more hillbilly accents, and more cameo appearances from horror B-movie legends left and right. And now you can watch a full 3 From Hell trailer, which offers up much more than the surprisingly sleight teaser that dropped recently.

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3 from hell screening

Rob Zombie is at it again with 3 From Hell, the third entry in his unnamed trilogy that started with House of 1000 Corpses and continued with The Devil’s Rejects. Zombie’s new horror film is set for a September release, but don’t expect a traditional rollout. Instead, 3 From Hell will be screening in 900 select movie theaters across three days. Each day will feature a different bonus feature, so if you want the full experience, I guess you can go see it three times in a row, if that’s something you’re into.

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three from hell trailer

Rob Zombie is bringing back the killers from House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects for one more splatter-fest: Three From Hell. Just how this works out remains a mystery, since the characters ended up being shot to death at the end of the last movie. But hey, in Rob Zombie’s world, anything goes. Watch the Three From Hell trailer below, and try to decipher what the movie is about!

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Sequel Bits MIF

In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Mission: Impossible – Fallout receives 9 character posters
  • Emilia Clarke was “relieved” she didn’t have to return for a sequel to Terminator Genisys
  • The next Jumanji sequel gets its first poster
  • Rob Zombie shares images from his movie Three From Hell
  • A new Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom set photo
  • Zachary Quinto talks more about Star Trek 4
  • And more!

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the devil's rejects sequel

The news that a horror movie is getting a sequel is not surprising – just about every horror movie gets a sequel and even the most undeserving get entire franchises built around them. But Rob Zombie‘s The Devil’s Rejects brought the saga of the Firefly clan to a definitive close. When the credits rolled, there was no room for a sequel. Period. At all. Nada.

But here we are, 12 years later, learning that Zombie is planning a sequel to his gruesome 2005 film, which was a ready a sequel to 2003’s House of 1000 Corpses. At the very least, it sounds like we’re getting a trilogy of these movies.

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guardians of the galaxy vol. 2

The news here isn’t that musician and film director Rob Zombie is now a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe – the news here is that musician and film director Rob Zombie is once again a member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Following his brief cameo in 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Zombie has confirmed that he’ll be back for the sequel, which arrives in theaters in just a few months.

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31 trailer

On paper, 31 sounds like the Rob Zombie-est Rob Zombie movie ever made: a group of random people are abducted and forced into a twisted game where they must survive being hunted by murderous clowns for twelve hours. Now that the first trailer for the film has arrived, it officially looks like Rob Zombie-est Rob Zombie ever made, collecting all of his familiar tics and aesthetic choices under own bloody, grungy umbrella. There are twisted clowns and bizarre monologues and a ’70s setting and outrageous costumes  and preposterous character names (“Father Napoleon-Horatio-Silas Murder”) and Sheri Moon Zombie wearing skimpy outfits and, most importantly, lots and lots of long, scraggly beards.

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31 release date

Everybody loves a clown, so why don’t you? Well, probably because the movies have taught us that clowns tend to be insane murderers at best and child-devouring supernatural entities at worst. Anyone willing to put on a red nose and a wig, cinema says, is someone you should not trust.

But hey, at least they make pretty solid fodder for horror movies and it’s starting to look like 2016 will be a banner year for the “evil clowns kill a bunch of people” subgenre. 31 and Clown, both about evil circus folk and both represented by noteworthy filmmakers, have landed release dates. Nightmares do come true!

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rob zombie 31

We can say a lot of things, both good and bad, about Rob Zombie as a director, but at least he has a voice. While many filmmakers are happy to color within the lines and deliver something approachable and easy to sell, Zombie’s particular brand of foul, brutal, throwback horror is always interesting, even when the movie is a total stinker. I’d sooner watch the feverish, fascinating, and totally awful The Lords of Salem again before I revisit many horror movies. For better and worse, his movies stand out. They’re so filthy that you can practically smell them.

And since a major component of Zombie’s aesthetic involves finding unique and special ways to portray human pain and suffering, it shouldn’t be surprising that his latest movie, 31, has been slapped with an NC-17 rating by the MPAA. And while this is a weird badge of honor for any horror filmmaker, it’s not one that you want to wear all the time – as Zombie himself is quick to point out, this rating can spell certain doom for any movie.

Hit the jump for more on the latest Rob Zombie 31 news.

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sundance midnight line-up

The Sundance Film Festival is all about giving small movies from new filmmakers a platform, and their “Midnight” section is all about giving small genre movies from often insane filmmakers a platform from which to disgust, horrify, and shock Fest attendees. The 2016 Festival doesn’t kick off until late January, but the first batch of Midnight movies have been revealed and it’s the expected mix of unknown talent, slightly known talent, and a few well-known people thrown in for good measure.

While most of the Sundance Midnight line-up revealed so far comes courtesy of filmmakers you probably know nothing about (yet), the Fest is also playing new movies from Rob Zombie and Kevin Smith. Hit the jump for more details.

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