31 Movie Image Released. It pains me to reflect on the trajectory of Rob Zombie‘s film career. I actually thoroughly enjoy half of it, and yes, that means I like his Halloween 2: Director’s Cut, and it means I’m ok with the initial remake existing – even though I’d never choose it over the original (those who would are delusional). The Devil‘s Rejects is when the stars really came together for Zombie, as his disgusting, dirty world collided with the aesthetic of a desert, Texas Chainsaw vibe, and resulted in a truly nasty, ugly horror film that made you wince. Eventually, Zombie trailed off. I haven’t even seen The Lords of Salem, but from what I’ve gathered, it ain’t good, folks. I’ll be catching up on this at some point this week, to either maintain hope in this director or lose it for good.
Zombie’s latest is a small horror film which sounds fairly reminiscent of Saw, and neither the synopsis or the movie image below gives me any sort of hope or sparks any anticipation. What about you?
According to Deadline, “The Sundance Film Festival just broke the news that they’ll be World Premiering 31, Rob Zombie’s Halloween slasher, in the Park City at Midnight portion of the fest running from January 21-31 2016 in Park City, Utah.
The announcement came bearing a brand spanking new image from the film starring Sheri Moon Zombie, Malcolm McDowell, Richard Brake, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Jeff Daniel Phillips, and even Meg Foster.
In 31, which will be released through Alchemy and was funded through Fanbacked.com, ‘Five friends are kidnapped on the day before Halloween and are held hostage in a terrifying place named Murder World. While trapped, they must play a violent game called 31, in which the mission is to survive 12 hours against a gang of evil clowns.'”
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