Bret Easton Ellis and Rob Zombie Team Up for Manson Project
It’s To the Horror.
The musician and film director, whose The Lords of Salem opens next month (His novelization of the movie is out now), on everything he watched, read, heard, and browsed for seven days.
Rob Zombie's new one looks satanic as hell.
He's making a movie about the seventies-era Flyers.
An unlikely yet perfect directorial choice.
Like, for example, Bruce Springsteen likes the Red Sox!
"By the last day I wouldn't even get up from the chair."
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Plus: Primus, Nas, Sonic Youth
Watch everyone's favorite teenager-murderer get beaten by Paul Rudd and electrocuted by Bustah Rhymes!
Plus: Robin Williams! Helen Mirren! Maggie Grace!
Plus: Kanye asks why people just won't let him be great.
Plus: Rivers Cuomo!
Jenna Fischer gets divorced, Danny DeVito gets plastered, etc.
Vulture spoke with the upbeat, horror-obsessed metalhead about casting Michael Myers, hating gore, his theories on what makes a movie scary, and why Fall Out Boy didn't make the soundtrack.
No, bearded metalhead Rob Zombie has not seen the leaked version of his Halloween remake, which popped up on BitTorrent sites early this morning. But he assures us — well, "pretty-sure"s us — that it’s a really, really old unfinished version of the film (the finished product hits theaters on Friday).
Madonna, Diddy, and Rob Zombie!
See who said, "I have to use stupid pickup lines like, 'You want to see my p---s … again?'"
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