Source: Fangoria

If you give a shit, here’s a trailer for Rob Zombie’s upcoming Halloween 2 (remake/reimagining/shitpiece/sequel)

And, for you fans out there, here’s a new pic from the film:

Looks like Myers has his EYE on Laurie!


Ok, I’ve come across quite a bit of news over the past few days for the upcoming Halloween (remake) sequel from Rob Zombie.

First up, apparently WIERD AL IS GOING TO BE IN HALLOWEEN 2!?  Is he going to be playing himself?  Crazy.  Apparently, he’s on some talk show with Dr. Loomis as Loomis is hawkin’ his new book about Michael Meyers (seems like Loomis is milkin’ that Meyers kid for all he can get).  Check out the still below:

Below is an image of Meyers apparently all fucked up.  Fire, as in the original Halloween 2 you think?  Check it out:

Interesting as I’ve heard Michael isn’t even wearing the iconic mask throughout much of the film.  Something like 75% of the film we see Meyers sans-mask according to my sources.  We’ll see.  Explains Tyler Mane’s huge-ass beard somewhat.  Michael Meyers…Wild Man/Biker/Heavy Metal Frontman?

And finally, from Dread Central, some video interviews you may find interesting:


Ok, so a video has been posted to the mighty internets featuring Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures.  Here’s the shpiel from Shock Till You Drop:

Writer-director Rob Zombie is obviously having a blast exploring his vision of Haddonfield in the upcoming H2 (the Halloween sequel).

Two elements he appears particularly proud of is the TV personality Uncle Coffins (check out a TV spot that whips up a certain level of nostalgia for those who remember horror hosts) and the band Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures. Based on past blog postings from Zombie, this band will play at a Haddonfield Halloween party that is a big part of the film. This weekend, the first Night Creatures video was posted to MySpace. Give is a spin below.

In real life Jesse Dayton – of The Devil’s Rejects’ Banjo & Sullivan – is the band’s frontman.

Here’s that viddy:
Red Neck Vixen From Outer Space video

Hmmm, the sound certainly goes along with the Backwoods Theme of my site, but…Haddonfield?  Hmmm.


Below is a commercial that’s been floating around the mighty internets for a bit now.  It’s a commercial from UNCLE SEYMOUR COFFIN’S CREATURE FEATURE SHOW from Halloween 2.  Hmmm.  Doubt it’ll be in the movie…probably a DVD extra if anything.
Uncle Seymore Coffins’ Creature Double-Feature


I should say “Halloween REMAKE THAT SUCKED SHIT Sequel.”  In any case, below is the first pic from the upcoming redux sequel in which we find that Michael Myers is indeed Grizzly Fucking Adams.  What…the…fuck…is…THAT?  Is that supposed to be a mask or has Michael Myers become a mountain man?  Check it out for yourself and see.



I believe this pic fully encapsulates the overall feeling I get about how this movie’s going to turn out:  a bloody, confused, fucked up mess.  In a bad way.


Posted on 23rd February 2009 by aaron in News - Tags: , , ,

Zombie’s started up on Halloween 2 (or, H2), shooting in Atlanta, GA.  The guy’s uploaded a bit of info. on his Myspace site.  Here’s what he has to say:

“Although we sort of started on Friday with a couple scenes. I’ll update with a few exclusive pics from the set on Tuesday. Wish us luck, it’s going to be crazy.”

Fucking yay. (Sarcasm)


Ok, let me preface this by saying that I, at one time, was a huge fan of Rob Zombie.  White Zombie is still one of my all-time favourite bands…EVER (there are two number one slots, WZ and Creedence Clearwater Revival), but he’s just been letting me down lately.  Three reasons, Educated Horses (shittiest metal album from Zombie ever), the Halloween Remake, and Halloween Remake 2 (though it hasn’t come out).

So let’s talk about the last reason, Variety dropped the bomb that RZ’s going to be directing and writing Halloween 2 (which they can’t actually title it unless they want legal issues with Paramount).  Ok, so yeah, it’s not fair to give the Halloween Remake Sequel (for now being titled only H2…stupid) any sort of shit because it hasn’t been made yet, but, I mean, come on, really?  First off, he said he had no intention in any way of doing a sequel, so he’s gone back on that, something to do with an assload of cash no doubt, Tyler Mane is going to be back as the man behind the mask, no surprise there.  I sort of hope they don’t bring back Scout Taylor Compton, though I think she’s contractually obligated and they’d have to explain that out or just outright ignore it, but she just thouroughly was a big pile of shittastic in the first flick. Horrible actress…horrible.

RZ’s mentioned in his blog a bit about it in that he’s not going to do a full-on remake of the original part 2, so, I wonder what he’s going to do.  I dunno, I don’t have much else to say about it at this point but I predict it’s going to suck. So, here’s a teaser poster and some teaser art from the flick, nabbed from the boils ‘n ghouls over at Shock Till You Drop:


Posted on 4th December 2008 by aaron in News - Tags: , ,

More news from the boils ‘n ghouls over at Shock Till You Drop has it on a very reliable tip that Rob Zombie will be coming back to direct the sequel to his shitty-ass remake of Halloween.  So, If you’re interested in that sort of thing, there you have it.  Here’s the full story:

Rob Zombie Returning for Halloween 2?
Source:Ryan Rotten, Managing Editor
December 2, 2008

Update – 11:59pm Pacific: Trancas International tells us they are sending out a press release regarding the sequel in the next day or so. It appears we may be on the money with this. This afternoon, I put in one call to one of Zombie’s reps and received a “no comment.” In regards to something of this nature, I fully understand that the producers would want to give it a proper break in the trade papers. So, if confirmation does indeed come down in the coming days, just remember where you read it first!

Too good to let slide until we get some hard facts, a morsel of info has come our way regarding a sequel to Rob Zombie’s Halloween.

It’s been widely reported at this point that Inside helmers Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo have parted ways with Dimension Films and Trancas International’s proposed Halloween 2, leaving the door open to anyone. An insider phoned in this afternoon exclusively informing that Rob Zombie may reprise his duties as director and carry on the new Myers legacy that he forged with Tyler Mane behind the mask.

Where does that leave Tyrannosaurus Rex? Well, according to our source, the project is on hold for now since Halloween 2 is expected to start shooting in March. But questions remain: If this is true, has Zombie been at work on a story? Is a script complete? Will a script be complete by March? The man is busy hatching his new album, where’s his focus?

There’s much to consider.

FRIDAY THE 13th DOCUMENTARY & Other Tales Of The Strange

Updates, Updates, Updates.

First up, we have news on a Friday The 13th Documentary from Dread Central and Fangoria HIS NAME WAS JASON: The Legacy Of Friday The 13th.  Kickass title.  This from Fangoria:

“Dread Central reports that a new documentary on the FRIDAY THE 13TH films called HIS NAME WAS JASON is currently being put together by Starz and Anchor Bay Entertainment. Daniel Farrands, who worked on the FRIDAY coffee-table-book retrospective CRYSTAL LAKE MEMORIES and created two AMITYVILLE HORROR docus for the History Channel that also wound up on the DVD of the 1979 film, is directing, and the team behind HALLOWEEN: 25 YEARS OF TERROR is producing. Interviewees from both within and outside the FRIDAY productions are currently being rounded up to share their thoughts (we hear Adrienne King is about to take part, as well as Fango chief Tony Timpone), and Starz will air the show next February (to tie in with the release of the big-screen FRIDAY remake, natch). Presumably, Anchor Bay will have it out on DVD around the time the new FRIDAY flick hits disc. —Michael Gingold”

Next up we have the poster for the new After Dark Horrorfest.  Gotta say, this one’s the best so far.  Check it out!

And now for the news of the strange.  The ‘ol french boys behind INSIDE have taken on duties to direct a, get this now, a FUCKING SEQUEL to Rob Zombie’s Shitstorm HALLOWEEN.  You have to be shitting me.  The folk over at Rue Morgue got the following scoop…you know, if you want to call it that:

“It’s a proposition we couldn’t refuse.” Maury explains they’re reverent of Zombie’s re-imagining of Michael Myers and they’re out to put their stamp on the character not copy what came before them. “Therefore, our vision will be done with upmost respect, with a continuity of [Zombie’s] work but also a real evolution of the world he set in place.”

Great.  More shit.

Alrighty, well, till next time boils and ghouls, I’m off.  Medical problems are keeping me from updating as much as I’d like to.  Sorry kiddos!