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Director: Rob Zombie
Before he was a director, Rob Zombie was an accomplished musician. His music makes extensive use of samples from exploitation and classic horror films. For years his fans wondered what a Rob Zombie film might look like. With only music videos to provide a preview of what was to come, his film debut became a much anticipated event.
Zombie is likely the best known member of the splat pack. His films consistently push the audience on excepted levels of on-screen violence and brutality. Deaths are undeserved, villains unjustly triumph, and gory scenes linger far longer than comfortable.
As with his ongoing music career, Rob Zombie incorporates his wife (Sheri Moon Zombie) into each of his films. She frequently has a lead role and has developed a cult following of her own.
Rob Zombie hour, here on Double Feature! Rob Zombie for Rob Zombie fans. Halloween 2? Halloween II? Halloween: II? H2? What the fuck is this movie called? The Devil’s Rejects is a goddamn sequel. Deconstructing the motel room. The 1970s. … Continue reading
You don’t need to see Up to listen to this. Time for a lighter episode of Double Feature. The Original Up! by Russ Meyer, not the Pixar film! How was there seriously any confusion about that? Rob Zombie uses the … Continue reading
Halloween films 1-9. Michael Myers. What is a John Carpenter? The origins of slasher films. Why Michael Myers kills. What makes him unique. Jamie Lee Curtis. The zombie advantage. Dr. Samuel J. Loomis. Things you expect. Things Halloween doesn’t do. … Continue reading