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Tuesday, February 13th, 2007
2:47 am
Rob Zombie's Halloween
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Halloween: A Film By Rob Zombie: On Set Pasadena, CA 02-08-07
By: Mr Disgusting

I’ve been on plenty of movie sets in my time, but never have I actually felt like I was IN the movie. Feeling like you’re in Haddonfield, on Michael Myers’ street and witnessing one of the largest and most talked about crimes in the history of mankind made me so giddy I couldn’t sleep. But how did it feel like I was actually in the movie? Let’s begin start at the beginning…

All I wanted to do was go home and sleep, being that I had yet another cold. When I walked in the door my phone rings – “Are you sitting down?” my friend asks, “Yeah, what’s up?” He pops the cork, “I know where they’re shooting Halloween right now, and it’s a freaking ZOO. You got to come by. It’s right by my house!” So quicker than you can say Michael Myers I was out the door with my roommate and fiancé and speeding down the 134E.

When we get to the set we had to walk all the way down the street and my fiancé had high heels on that were clicking super loud. I was like DUDE! So she popped off her shoes and we tip-toed are way onto the set. The entire street was closed off and there were spectators all over the place and kids getting autographs from Rob. We were like “perfect!”

We loomed around on set for a little bit and talked with the new Michael Myers, little Daeg Faerch, who plays the younger Michael. The kid was super cool and very excited to be there. He was rocking his full clown costume and clown mask, which looks pretty damn cool. My memory of the original’s look is a little fuzzy, but it looked pretty close other than the red shirt he wears over it (it actually makes him more realistic as a young teen). After that they called him to set, where the magic was about to begin…

Here we are, on the street that will now be Michael Myers’ street. The new house was only blocks from the original so, the design is similar, if not the same. There were trees as high as buildings looming over us like something out of a Tim Burton movie. Over in the distance was a giant, bright light on a crane being used to illuminate the entire set. We stood across the street as Director Rob Zombie calls action and I’m transported to the movie, I AM THERE. I’m a spectator, a neighbor across the street, who is witnessing the post-Michael Myers murders. There’s a coroners van, cop cars and an ambulance with lights flashing and random sirens going off. Out comes a gurney with the body of Judith Myers (Hanna Hall) lying on it, brutally murdered. Deborah Myers (Sheri Moon Zombie), who is dressed like a sexy, hippie stripper mom, is screaming in agony. Her daughter is dead. Michael Myers has been transformed into THE MICHAEL MYERS.

To me, I had witnessed the pinnacle moment in the film, the moment where Leatherface gets his chainsaw, or Jason Voorhess gets his mask. I was there, a neighbor to the Myers, standing on my lawn wondering “what just happened?”

Once they wrapped production for the day we had the chance to check out the interior of Michael’s house, where they had been shooting a scene in their living room. The place is that typical white trash environment you’d expect. Dirty table, beer cans and cigarette butts everywhere, a shot gun on the wall and family photos scattered everywhere. There were blood stains on the carpet and it looked like something had gone on in that room. What could it have been?!

In the end, we have more surprises for you that we can’t reveal just yet. But I can assure you that we know a few things that make us extremely confident about Rob Zombie’s remake. I think, when it is all said and done Rob’s going to make us all happy campers or happy Trick-or-Treaters. Michael Myers will live once again and his legend is only beginning.

Watch for HALLOWEEN in theaters August 31

Current Mood: excited

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Friday, May 5th, 2006
11:57 am
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Sunday, April 9th, 2006
8:43 pm

Me and Stacy meeting Rob Zombie!! Enough said!! We were in heaven!! Can you blame us!! He put his arm around me and I was just thinking..AHHHH FINALLY!!!!!

Me and Stacy meeting Sheri Moon Zombie. As soon as Sheri came up the the gate she saw me and pointed me out and said "HEY!!!!" "I saved you some shirts!!!" and she gave me 2 Total Skull shirts and took pics with me. When she saw the Mug shot I wanted her to sign from the House of 1000 Corpses Soundtrack she was like "AWE" She is absolutely the sweetest thing ever!! I love her voice in person even better in person!! I never felt so special!! Especially when she recognized me and saved me Total Skull gear!! How much cooler can anything get!!!!!

I finally met my idol!!!! I can die a happy girl now haha

Crotched the camera in!! Got a few shots. We were so damn close these pics dont do it justice. Me and Stacy were practically in the pit. And well Frank and Patrick were ha ha. Frank got a tattoo on Friday that takes up his whole other side and he was still in there!!

The show was intense!!!!!!!! I cant even put it into words... it fucking rocked!!

Fun random pics while jamming to Lacuna Coil and getting our drink on.

Me and Stacy getting a kick out of Frank's shirt! We were like hey we are at the Great Zombie show for real ha ha ha ha

Me and Stacy hott bathroom picture before the show kicked off.

I got me 2 stckers.. one of a naked chic that says FOXY FOXY and one of Zombie. I also got me a Living Dead Girl looking like a stripper tank top that says Rob Zombie which I am sure I will wear religiously.

I will never forget this night.... NEVER!

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Wednesday, April 5th, 2006
12:13 pm
Congratulations Rob!!
100,000+ copies of Educated Horses sold in the first week (in the US alone)!


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Saturday, April 1st, 2006
8:28 pm
Sign up for the Street team on the Rob Zombie Site :)

Also some random Appreciation screen shots of the Lovely Sheri Moon:

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Current Mood: amused

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Thursday, March 30th, 2006
11:59 pm
Rob Zombie Related Art
I am looking for sites that have posted pics of Rob Zombie's real art work. Thanks

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Wednesday, March 29th, 2006
6:44 am

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Thursday, March 23rd, 2006
11:20 am
Listen to Rob Zombie's new album now online - Complete Preview

Before it hits the stores next Tuesday, March 28, you can listen to Rob Zombie's new album Educated Horses at mp3.com.

This is better than his previous album, Sinister Urge, where he was on the verge of becoming a caricature of himself. Zombie sounds as original and inspired as ever. Although he still delves into Spookshow rock, showing his own affinity for horror movies, he has matured away from the trappings of them. The trademark horror movie soundclips (ranging from Night of the Living Dead to Horror Hotel) that have filled Zombie's previous albums are absent here.

Educated Horses is raw and fiercesome, with surging anthems like "American Witch", "Foxy Foxy", "The Scorpion Sleeps", and "Let it all Bleed Out".

"Seventeen Year Locust" has a sexy groove and an exotic sitar, maintaining the album's sense of distinction and development. "Death of it All" is beautifully haunting and melodic, with a sinister edge and a compelling narrative about Bonnie and Clyde.

"The Devil's Rejects", with it's refrain of "Hell doesn't want them/Hell doesn't need them" is a menacing dirge of an homage to the demented Firefly family in his film The Devil's Rejects.

"Lords of Salem" is the most reminiscent of Zombie's musical flair for horror themes on previous albums like Hellbilly Deluxe. With heavy riffs and Rob Zombie's roaring shouts of more familiar lyrics like "God hates the Lords of Salem/ No one can destroy them", it conjures up enough drama to inspire cinematic mosaics in one's mind, and ends the album very satisfactorily.Especially since it's theme is reminiscent of the first song on the album "American Witch".

There's more. There are a couple of instrumental pieces, the first one opening the album, that accompany the songs perfectly and help maintain a consistent, mature, and thought-provoking tone.

Educated Horses is one of Rob Zombie's best. Here is the track listing:

01. Sawdust in the Blood
02. American Witch
03. Foxy, Foxy
04. Seventeen Year Locust
05. The Scorpion Sleeps
06. 100 Ways
07. Let It All Bleed Out
08. Death of it All
09. Ride
10. The Devil's Rejects
11. Lords of Salem

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Wednesday, March 15th, 2006
9:44 pm
New CD

Anyone know of any good torrents for Rob's new cd? Now before any of ya get mad i'm sayin this right now. I buy all Rob's CD's. ALL OF THEM. lol! And I plan on buying the new one but I just wanna here some of the songs on the CD...now! So yeah, anyone?

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1:01 pm
I got the new cd and i dig it..
also we got the new poster in for the upcoming tour..

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9:52 am
Rob Zombie's New Album March 28! TV Appearance tonight!

Check out Rob Zombie's website for new shit! His new tour begins March 17th! I heard a couple new songs on his new MySpace page and they sounded great. He's got a new video for "Foxy, Foxy", the lead single off his new album.

And check him out tonight March 15 on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, he'll be doing another new song, "The American Witch". Rob said, "Since you've all heard 'Foxy Foxy' I thought a new song would be cool."

The new album Educated Horses is out March 28.

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Thursday, February 16th, 2006
10:53 pm
Please help out!
Please Please Please help me out.....

go to http://robzombie.4thefan.net/?C1570_487352 and join the Rob Zombie team so that I can earn some free Rob Zombie merch while helping me get the word out about the new album!! Thanks so much!

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Thursday, February 9th, 2006
1:28 pm
New album update - courtesy of Blabbermouth
Another brand new ROB ZOMBIE track, entitled "Let It All Bleed Out", has made its way online. Check it out in streaming audio format: Windows Media, Real Media.

"Let It All Bleed Out" comes off ZOMBIE's new album, "Educated Horses", due on March 28 via Geffen Records. The follow-up to 2001's "The Sinister Urge" was recorded at Los Angeles' Chop Shop Studios with co-producer Scott Humphrey, who had previously worked with Rob on the platinum hits "Hellbilly Deluxe" and "The Sinister Urge". Other musicians contributing to the CD include Josh Freese (A PERFECT CIRCLE, VANDALS) and Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE).

As previously reported, ROB ZOMBIE will direct the video for the album's first single, "Foxy Foxy", in Los Angeles in mid-February. Zombie will re-team with "The Devil's Rejects" cinematographer Phil Parmet. Parmet has also worked on LED ZEPPELIN's "The Song Remains the Same" and FRANK ZAPPA's "Baby Snakes".

"Educated Horses" track listing:

01. Sawdust in the Blood
02. American Witch
03. Foxy Foxy
04. Seventeen Year Locust
05. The Scorpion Sleeps
06. 100 Ways
07. Let It All Bleed Out
08. Death of it All
09. Ride
10. The Devil's Rejects
11. Lords of Salem

Zombie is now gearing up for the "Educated Horses Tour". The tour is scheduled to start March 17 in Jacksonville, Florida and hit 27 cities before concluding five weeks later in Mesa, Arizona. Joining Rob on this tour will be guitarist John 5 (ex-MARILYN MANSON), longtime bassist Rob "Blasko" Nicholson and drummer Tommy Clufetos (ex-ALICE COOPER, TED NUGENT). Support acts on the tour will be LACUNA COIL and BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE.

Current Mood: bouncy

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Wednesday, November 9th, 2005
2:23 pm
Oops, my bad, sorry for the double post! I forgot to post the link the last time!

If you're STILL interested in seeing it, and having a good laugh, check it out! New Devil's Rejects Trailer

Hope you like it!

- Jeff

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2:18 pm
Rejects Trailer
Howdy folks

I'm not sure of any of you are aware, but lately there has been re-edited movie trailers on the internet. It started when some one recut "The Shining" and made it seem like a family film.

Anyway, what I'm getting at is I made a new "Devil's Rejects" trailer, and made it into something that it is def. not, haha. I did it for a TV show I work on at my college, and it got a pretty good response, so I thought I'd share it with you guys!

If you're interested in seeing it, and having a good laugh, check it out at

Hope you like it!

- Jeff

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Sunday, November 6th, 2005
1:15 am
I just wanted to remind everyone that The Devil's Rejects comes out on DVD this Tuesday!

The special edition is unrated and has a bunch of special features, like commentaries with Rob and the main cast.

I think the list price is just over $28, but it is going for about $18 on Amazon. I already reserved my copy at the local Borders, and can't wait to pick it up.

Let me know what you think of it!

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Saturday, October 29th, 2005
8:11 pm

Have a great Halloween, you guys!

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Wednesday, September 28th, 2005
6:02 pm
This may be old news, but you can watch Rob Zombie's music video for "Feel So Numb" on Google Video here.

For fellow fans of Sheri, she's in it too, towards the end. I know the video quality isn't great, but it's better than nothing, right? Enjoy!

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