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Return of the Rocking Rob Zombienew

Rob Zombie has parlayed his obsessions with heavy music and low-budget fright flicks into a full-time career.
The Georgia Straight  |  Steve Newton  |  05-03-2010  |  Concerts

'Halloween II': Unmasking Crapnew

Rob Zombie's initial Halloween was decent, but the sequel is terrible.
Tucson Weekly  |  Bob Grimm  |  09-02-2009  |  Reviews

Horror Showdown: 'Halloween II' vs. 'The Final Destination'new

Horror sequels Halloween II and The Final Destination both open this week, but neither was screened in time for review. So instead, we've devised this scientific system (note: system not scientific at all) to determine which one might be worth horror fans' time and money.
Las Vegas Weekly  |  Josh Bell  |  08-27-2009  |  Movies

'Halloween' is a Bloody Messnew

Rob Zombie's remake is a trick but no treat.
Birmingham Weekly  |  Carey Norris  |  09-10-2007  |  Reviews

Making Myersnew

This diehard Halloween fan didn't hate Rob Zombie's reinterpretation, and that's saying something.
Tucson Weekly  |  Bob Grimm  |  09-05-2007  |  Reviews

The World Needs Rob Zombie's 'Halloween'new

Carpenter's 1978 film was so archetypal it couldn't afford to have any depth -- Zombie's version goes for grittier realism, a tricky proposition when it comes to myth and legend.
Metro Silicon Valley  |  Steve Palopoli  |  08-31-2007  |  Reviews

One Busy Zombienew

The musician/writer/director/producer leaves his ghoulish mark across the board.
Boise Weekly  |  Amy Atkins  |  09-27-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Tortured Horror

Rob Zombie's lovingly-made latest will leave genre fans squirming in their seats by the finale, but maybe not for the right reasons.
Columbus Alive  |  Melissa Starker  |  07-25-2005  |  Reviews


Rob Zombie's Super-16 death trip is the year's most viciously entertaining psycho road-movie, a heartfelt homage to '70s-era cinematic sleaze.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marc Savlov  |  07-22-2005  |  Reviews

Rob Zombie's Second Flick Is Uncharacteristically Sicknew

Rob Zombie delves into the horror genre again, inspired by 1970's low-budget horror movies, but this time with less camp and more psychologically disturbing violence.
Dig Boston  |  Amy Roeder  |  07-20-2005  |  Reviews

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