Saturday, May 14, 2011

GOT MORE QUESTIONS?

Thought it was time to repost and see if you have any more questions. Put them here and I will answer them.

106 comments:

  1. Hey Rob,

    I always notice when I go to see bands play, they nearly always say,"This is the best crowd we've had". My question is, what do you feel was your best & worst audience/performance.

    P.S: Great concert in Glasgow, looking forward to Dublin!!

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  2. until this year, you hadn't played the uk for over ten years - i really hope this isn't a trend you'll repeat and after download you'll come back with a tour so us others can get an opportunity to see you! my question is - how was it returning after so long? did you have any expectations when coming back?

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  3. Hello Rob,

    For your next album, you want to try to soft music, use your voice like a crooner? It's will be great !

    When a blu ray of your live tour ?

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  4. hey Rob
    this is ME
    i have no people to chat so i'm writing to you
    cool nick
    it reminds me of my the very favorite movie character - devil Bob from Twin Peaks
    i seen Halloween
    why blogspot.com and not robzombie.com?

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  5. Rob,
    Ever think of doing a tour with people who played at CBGB's? You, NY Dolls, Patti Smith, The Stooges, Lou Reed, members of other bands just jamming. A true NY concert experience for transplanted NYers. There are plenty of us that would love this concept.
    Thanks

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  6. Rob, I'm curious. Are you planning on making a prequel to House? And, btw, your style in film is the best. I dabble in acting, so...

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  7. Would you ever read a fan's script? I wrote what I think is the first ever zombie-parody film(like a pornoparody except it takes an existing movie and turns in into a parody with zombies) entitled "The Passion of the ZOMBIE" ...
    you can email me at busterkretin@gmail.com
    cheers

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  8. Rob, glad to have found this site and crazy timing. I've read through your responses and I know you have touched on inspirations and pitfalls, but I have a question/issue. I just medically retired from the Army and using all benefits towards my love of art. I stay up all night most night trying to focus all the visions in my head to constructively create. I can do intuitive stuff no problem but when the idea is specific I seem to to the wall. I do intuitive drawing and things like that easily because the thoughts stop, but something in the creative process halts when I try to enhance a specific vision. Hoping you had some words of advice that help you bring your ideas into form. Its not a lack of inspiration or idea, I think it might be residual shit of being a unit instead of an independent creator. Anything you do or thoughts are deeply respected.

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  9. You obviously love film but are you a fan of the french and german new cinema a la the likes of godard and fassbinder?

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  10. Hey Rob,

    just wanted to say that you are on of the greatest horror directors in the industry today. Can't wait for Lords of Salem, I'm sure it's gonna be great. I do have a question about two other projects you were involved with. What can you say about the status of Tyrannosaurus Rex and Werewolf women of the SS? Are those projects you are going to make in the future?

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  11. Hey Rob,
    -Eddie Vedder wrote "Life Wasted" about the loss of Johnny Ramone. I know you were a huge fan and friend as well. Is any of your work inspired in any way by your icons who eventually became your friends? (Aside from the obvious music video directions).
    -At what point in your career did you realize the days of shit jobs were over and you'd finally "made it" as an artist? -And finally, without sounding like a schmuck, where would one make a serious inquiry regarding the job for the best, least expensive, headache-free Making of Lords doc? (since you don't turn 64 for a while) Thanks for taking the time.

    -Josh Hasty

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  12. Hi Rob,

    Saw you walking around Salem while doing location scouting a couple months back. Can't wait for the gears to start going on the film.

    Was wondering that, since people probably think you're only into horror films & hardcore music, do you have a favorite of either (film or music) that anyone might be surprised to hear? Or something you consider a 'guilty pleasure'?

    Thanks,

    Brad

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  14. -When you first announced The Lords of Salem, I was thrilled to hear you make reference to the extended nature of The Shining and discuss your desire to make a "patient" film. Was your process in writing the script or approaching production different for this film, with these intentions in mind?

    -You have very open to casting actors with physical disabilities in your films (Michael Berryman and the late, great Matthew McGrory) and exploring mental disabilities and emotional disturbance and the family system through Michael Myers' backstory in H1, and his development in H2. In your opinion, has the role of actors and characters with physical and mental disabilities in the horror genre evolved in recent times?

    Thank you,
    John

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  15. Hey Rob. I have more of a question of interest to me rather than be reposted. I'm a film maker and would love to move to LA and get the chance to work on some big films, but as you know it’s a nightmare trying to get hold of producers. Is there anyone specific I should try contacting to get a position as trainee AD or runner or anything really, on Lords of Salem?

    Thanks
    kaytehart@gmail.com

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  16. Hey, Rob. I'm working in comic books right now. I've met you a couple of times, and I gave you and JD some artwork I created a year or so ago in Tulsa, Ok. You were both very cool to meet in person, by the way, very personable and easy to walk with. I'm dying to do some artwork for you for you on a project, like David Hartman got to. Any chance I'll get that opportunity?

    sorry if this question is self serving or sounds Douchy ;) Thanks for your time and all you create from illustration,music and film.

    -Dustin Evans

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  17. Why was the blog entry about Wayne's SFX for Salem removed?

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  18. Hey ROB! Big fan of course. Just wondering if you ever produce bands? Our female fronted band Sumo Cyco just released our first independently made zombie music video.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yilrxjdb5z8

    Any bands/artists you have worked with that we should check out?
    Thanks Man!

    MD & Sever

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  19. Yea, Got qvestions.



    Come over unh? Huh? Let's talk. I've been livin to hear some answers come true. You? Come over. I've got Questions

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  20. Yea huney, I got a friend who is a cartoon artist. He only draw Super Hero. He will meet you to talk about anything you need. Just get hold of me, and we shall all verk togather. You get gat it gyod. Bye baby bye bye bye baby call me, anytime.

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  21. Mr.Zombie,

    As a fellow horror enthusiast and recent film school graduate, I truly appreciate your work. I've written a few articles on how your films along with a few select others here in the States are the only competition for European horror.

    I've been writing screenplays since I was 14 years old and I was wondering what advice you had for someone trying to get their scripts to the right people?

    Also, I am very excited for Lords and would love to PA on set or help out in anyway possible. Please let me know.

    Thank You,
    Michael K. Snyder
    mksnyder1990@gmail.com

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  22. any plan to come to Argentina? you have many many fuckin crazy fans here

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  23. Hey doll, did you see this?(I'm talking to my precious doll that lays under my bed!)


    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-2Pf6wTOKUIE/TYL_6UVpZgI/AAAAAAAAGqQ/-RQLC3LjzWI/s1600/g3.jpg


    "whether it's feeding chunks of raw meat to a huge carnivorous plant in Konga, playing the organ in Black Zoo to an audience of big cats in armchairs, smiling contentedly in the back seat as his customised Rolls Royce decapitates yet another luckless pair of would-be escapees in Horror Hospital, or ranting so peerlessly from virtually the first to last frame of Horrors of the Black Museum...."

    - http://carfaxabbey.blogspot.com/ -

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  24. Sherlock Holmes does it agin. Hahaha.
    The Sign of Four shall be with us some more. From his bruther to his muther to you. The best of genius. Hahahaa.

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  25. Mr. Zombie, how much of your films are totally your works? As in are they your finished thoughts and you have other writers edit and fine tune them, or do you sit down with a group of folks with just an idea that you all collaborate on?

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  26. Hey Rob.

    The opening vocal on "Sinners Inc" preaching "Sin. Sin. Sin...." is so cool but who is it? Is it from a movie? I ask because I use it as my text message notification on my phone and everyone keeps asking me who it is but I can't give them an answer and I don't see anything in the credits on the album.

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  27. In the van crash scene in H2 when the coroner repeats "fuck" over and over, was that a middle finger to your critics that say you are too vulgar? I think H2 (directors cut) will become a cult classic one day. Some of the best acting I've seen in a horror movie.

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  28. I have a few
    Being a health person that you are, do you drink soda, I stopped drinking soda at the start of the year.

    If someone has no money. I mean no money no normal job, already married, and is writing a screen play whats your best advise to them to start filming the movie, with No investor backing, and no studios calling you back, but the screen play is getting good reviews? (yes that guy is me, and NO Im not looking to get world rich and all that BS, would be thrilled making what I use to at *62K/year*

    Why no zombie kids? ( I myself dont want kids, they're awesome, but not for me)

    Whats the funniest thing you ever seen or heard?

    You Dig Don Rickles?

    And last one, what happen to all the rob zombie crib videos online? I was lucky enough years ago to get my rat fingers on the un-edited one from MTV, but the VHS tape it was dubbed on, got ruin. Im trying to show my friend your L.A. House, cause Im the guy that his grand parents got invited over at Dan blockers house back in the 60's when they where on Vac. and my grandmom, still has the address on the napkin she saved, its weird.

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  29. Hey Rob, couple of questions:
    What was the last movie that made you cry? - - In your opinion, what is most important in a film: an interesting plot or well developed and well-acted characters. - - Thanks in advance for answering. I'm an aspiring writer/director and your work (especially Rejects (and the accompanying making-of documentary) is what helped spark my initial interest. So again, thanks and can't wait for Lords of Salem!

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  30. How did you enjoy your experience working with Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights? Which of your other movies do you think would make excellent mazes?

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  31. Hey Rob. When you have an idea how do you get it into script form? Do write a rough plot and then flesh it out with characters and dialogue? Or do you just write? And roughly how long does it take you to finish a script?

    Cheers

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  32. Hi Rob. I was wondering, what was your inspiration for the white horse in H2? Thanks.

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  33. How will you incorporate Manson into THE LORDS OF SALEM? I'm always curious with each film you produce.

    Thanks,
    Jeremy

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  34. Also,
    Were you aware that you had Michael Myers kill Ronald Perkins (Richard Brake) in H2?

    Brake played Perkins in a horror movie I wrote the story for, PERKINS' 14. When I watched H2, I was thinking, "Was he cast for his role in H2, because of how creepy he was in P14?"

    Had you seen Perkins' 14 prior?

    Well at least I got to see Myers vs Perkins! And dammit, he lost.

    Thanks,
    Jeremy

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  35. I have very much enjoyed your work in comics so far, stuff like the Nail, Bigfoot and currently Baron Von Shock. We've heard you talking about Jack Kirby before but I'd be very interested to know your main influences/favourite artists and books in comics overall.

    Cheers...

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  36. What is your favorite kind of Halloween candy?

    Do you prefer to watch horror movies featuring serial killers and slashers or more supernatural type horror films?

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  37. What are your favorite TV shows that are currently on?

    Are there any albums or movies that come out this year that you're looking forward to?

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  38. Just wondering what some of your favorite French New Wave films are, if any...
    and i noticed you chose Patti Smith's memoir, "Just Kids" as your 'book pick of the week' once (which i think is a brilliant memoir) have you always been a fan of her music/poetry? or what are some other authors/poets that you favor?

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  39. I read somewhere once that you moved to New York when you were 18, but you dropped out of school (or got kicked out)... how did you support yourself ? where exactly in NYC did you leave ? Not sure how much of that is true...but it would be interesting to see an answer.

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  40. Hi, Rob. Any chance we will ever hear the song "Little Piggy" off the HOTC soundtrack live? We finnaly got you to play Pussy Liquor, which I was lucky enought to see in Tucson, AZ when you played for 2 hours!

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  41. I have heard that Werewolf Women of the SS is being made into a full length film, is this true? If not, please do it!

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  42. Your most watched or favourite zombie movie of all time? Mine personally is George A.Romero's Night of The Living Dead :)

    -Jason

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  43. Hey Rob have you thought about or plan on doing a sci-fi/horror tour with your brothers band Powerman 5000?

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  44. Whose idea was it to put in the footage of Danielle as a child after her death scene in H2? That whole scene was brilliant! The acting, the score... just a perfect scene. Only horror movie that ever made me tear up.

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  45. Rob ,
    straight up , you KICK ASS ! This is less of a question and more of a statement , one day in the future , I WILL play bass for you , thanks for putting on bodacious shows and making wicked movies & for being an awesome influence ! See you in Vancouver .

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  46. Hey Rob since you said that the Download Festivel show will be the biggest show you've ever done to date did you have any thoughts about filming that show and making a live dvd of that production.

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  47. Rob
    Im sure your a fan of george romero. Have any of his films help shape and influnece your film making? You think you will ever put your take of a zombie outbreak on film? Def be cool to see your style in the genre..

    Curtis
    Knoxvile, tn

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  48. Hi, Rob. What do you think about "Black Sunday" (La Maschera del Demonio)directed by Mario Bava? And a comment, if I may. Next month you will come to Vitoria Gasteiz festival in my country. Well, that area: Alava, Basque Country, Navarra, Galicia (northern Spain) is the main historical center around witchcraft we have, especially in the Middle Ages. There were many trials of the Inquisition, the burning of "witches", ​​covens, etc. One of the most famous was "The Witches of Zugarramurdi", in which 53 people were arrested and eleven innocent people were condemned to the stake. Today, Zugarramurdi cave, which took place these "covens", has become a visitor center and nearby is a museum about witchcraft. Thanks for your attention!

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  49. I was wondering, how many issues of Whatever Happened to Baron Von Shock have been out so far..I want to make sure I didn't miss any.

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  50. What are some of your favourite Dario Argento films?

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  51. As the creator of such infamous characters as Captain Spaulding, Baby, otis, etc..

    Would you create a film portraying their early life, as you did with Michael Meyers in the film Halloween?

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  52. Hi,

    Here in France we've got a (new) wave of horror movie makers with Alexandre Aja, Yannick Dahan, Julien Maury & Alexandre Bustillo. Have you see any horror french film and what do you think about them?

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  53. what is the most important in a Rob Zombie's movie: the story? the message? the subversif meaning, the characters or the possibility of improve your technicity?

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  54. Hi, Rob!
    Have you ever thought of inviting the boys from your band to play a small part in one of the movies? John 5 or Joey to make a cameo, for example?

    Cheers,
    Dasha

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  55. Hi Rob,

    How was your work experience with The Weinstein Brothers? Many filmmakers were complaining about their decisions... Are you considering work together in the future? What about the state of "Tyrannosaurus Rex"?

    Greetings from Basque Country

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  56. Hey Robert,
    My name is Patrick we had a short talk at the manchester gig maybe you remember...
    Me and a friend (girl) are big fans for years from germany and she has never seen you live! My friend has his birthday on the 8th june... we will visit all your germany gigs next month! Now my question... Is it possible to make some short birthday greetings from the stage if the berlin gig ends after midnight when not no problem :)? It would be a big and great surprise for her! Her name is janin.

    Big greets from Germany see you next month! :)

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  57. Hi Rob,

    Do you like Takashi Miike's movies? If so, what's your favorite one? Or maybe you enjoy some other japanese movies?
    And, will you ever release The Haunted World of El Superbeasto soundtrack?

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  58. This isn't really a question but a comment. I've always wanted to see a really kick ass Zombie western movie. So if you ever get a minute please make that movie. Keep up the good work.

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  59. Where did you get the idea to use sound samples from filmas and mix electronic sounds with your music? Who's idea was that anyway? (love it).

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  60. When do you think The Lord's of Salem will be in theaters? I think you should hold a contest and the winner gets to be in one of your next movies? And so does the person who suggested that to you..?!

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  61. How did you find the mini-tour in the UK in February and do you think that you'll do another tour anytime soon? (apart from the Download Fest performance)

    Also, what was your biggest inspiration to start creating your own films?

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  62. Any plans for a LIVE Dvd? Mars Needs Women video hinted at it but the Zombie shows are so fucking nuts im surprised you havent yet.

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  63. Hey Rob,
    Im not good at social Networking but I madea twitter page to ask you a question and I will ask the question here again..
    Im in the process of writing a re make of slumber party massacre I would love for you to work on it with me..
    I know you will say no ofcourse and probly think Im just a douch bag and this movie will never be made or it will be a direct to dvd movie or some shit well..
    Maybe so but I got nothing else to do but prove people wrong and if it fails than I will just meet everybodys expectations
    its a win win
    let me know
    Bronxbomber1124@yahoo.com

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  64. good evening mr. zombie,
    with your art in comics, album inserts,and animation, have you ever thought of illustrating a set of tattoo flash, espic since your art has been tattooed on the masses already? In 1997 i read an article in wizard magazine about you directing crow: gods and monsters, could that script ever be made into a film even if it wasnt part of the crow franchise, say as a whole different character?
    and last, do you think you would ever consider doing an mtv unplugged album, maybe filmed in black and white and staged like an episopde of dr. wolfensteins creature feature? thanks for your time.

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  65. Hello Mr. Zombie do you plan on adding either the Everything Is Boring or Devil Hole Girls and the Big Revolution songs during the Slayer tour because I think one of those songs would be awesome to see live if added to the set list.

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  66. Dude, i will say this once so i can move to the questions.

    I love your work! (both film and music), it's insane, inspiring and very energetic. Keep up the good stuff.

    My questions are film related.

    1.- I've read around the net that House of 1000 Corpses was originally a 105 minutes film. Did you cut that in order to get distribution? or was just a matter of making the film better regardless you got a distribution deal or not?

    2.- One of the things i love of the home video versions of your films are the full extended deep inside look of the making of process. I was expecting something like that in the DVD/Blu Ray versions of Halloween II and Superbeasto. That was filmed in any way? (especially regarding Halloween II)

    3.- Did you drop the idea of making a full length feature version of Werewolf Women of the SS? I ask you this because i saw the extended trailer on the recently released Grindhouse blu ray and got really excited!. I would really love to see that as a movie!

    4.- I know you havent said anything about casting for Lords of Salem yet... but are Sid Haig and Bill Moseley going to be on that? I can't never have enough of those guys... seriously. Oh and Brad Dourif! you have to put Brad Dourif in there too!.

    Thanks for reading!

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  67. I noticed a lot of people asking about your dvd collection they saw on MTV Cribs..I was wondering about your movie poster collection from that episode..I have always loved horror movie posters ( I have a lot of them, only none of mine are really old or rare, but some are autographed), and I remember you having some really cool ones..I was wondering, since the episode aired if you found some more really rare posters, and if so, from what movies.

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  68. The nightmare sequences in "H2" are some of my favourite moments and they contain some pretty unsettling, fucked up imagery, particularly the powerful Laurie butchers Annie scene. Can you recall what provoked you to visualize and write these scenes?

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  69. I love all the Terry Reid songs you used in THE DEVIL'S REJECTS. What made you pick him and the songs of his that you did?

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  70. what was your reaction to the original Texas Chain Saw Massacre during your first viewing? where did you watch it?

    is the Baby character from House of 1000 Corpses somewhat influenced by Jill Banner's character as Virginia Merrye in Spider Baby?

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  72. Sir, Zombie... You're one of my favorite artist (film, music, and your drawings.) I really dig your drawings. Where can one find prints!? Maybe even SIGNED prints, EH, EH!?

    ALSO, "Welcome to Planet Mother Fucker/Psychoholic Slag" is one of my favorite songs, ever. and I've tried again and again to analyze it, but I figured you could give me the best input!
    What was your inspiration for that song, etc? Anything You want to share about it...
    "I Am Legend" was a brilliantly written song. You should've written a screenplay for the novella. Then the story wouldn't have been bastardized so!

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  73. If I were to make a movie of my own, how could I go about using one of your songs in it?

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  74. Six years ago, when you and Sheri were doing the Spook Show International radio show, I was listening every week. I thought it was hilarious when that Dan the Star Wars man guy started calling in every week. I was wondering, was he an actor, or was he really like that.

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  75. As I asked for Halloween back on Myspace, how much if any CGI will be used in the new film. I motherfucking hate CGI with a passion in films. It causes to much attention change from the film to 'damn that shit looks fuckin' fake'. Love the films you make as evidence by the tattoo I showed you last summer keep it up.

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  76. Well, I have two more technical questions.

    The first regarding your choice of aspect ratio for your films. With the exception of the first 'Halloween' you shoot all your films in 1.85:1. Is that the one you prefer? And was it your choice to shoot 'Halloween' in scope or did the producers demand that?

    I love that you shoot your stuff on good old fashioned film, since it's got a lot more texture and life in it. What do you think about shooting digital and the whole 3D craze that's going on?

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  77. Hi Rob.

    I made this scene for H2 from some of the deleted scenes you never used. I love the scene where Michael visits the MYERS gravestone and wanted to incorporate it somehow so I spliced this together using footage of Danielle and Scout... it takes place after their big fight... Take a look. Hope you enjoy it...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0r-nhD1IPk

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  78. As a Rocky Horror fan, would you ever consider casting Tim Curry a part in one of your future films?

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  79. What are your feelings on people making audio recordings of your shows, just for themselves? Do you think it hurts anything you're doing?

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  80. Hi Rob, Does your music have an influence when you are making movies? or is it the other way around, does your movies influence you when your writing new kick ass songs? p.s cant wait to see you with Slayer here in Edmonton!

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  81. Hey Rob,
    first off thanks for answering my other two questions. i kno HOTC was your first big budget movie, but were there any small indi films directed by RZ? always gotta start somewhere.
    and what do you think of the young bands coming up like Avenged Sevenfold and Asking Alexandria, who i kno you saw both at the Golden Gods

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  82. Yo Rob.. at a White Zombie show back in '95 there was a movie clip you guys showed in between songs that had a naked ninja with a glowing crotch kicking ass.. it looked fucking great.

    I've been wondering for a long time what movie that was and haven't had any luck figuring it out. Would you mind telling me? Thanks man!

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  83. hi im currently preparing to go to college to study music and film would you happen to know what degree i would need to write music and make music videos? as in direct and produce.... i eventually want to do music and film separately i keep tryin to find out but no one hs any answers for me :\ and im really serious about it i just dont want to look like an idiot and study all the wrong things lol

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  84. I WAS IN STURGIS IN 2008 A SAW A TRUCK WITH A BILLBOARD ADVERTISING TYRANNOSAURUS REX COMING 2009 WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO IT IS IT AVALIBLE ON DVD WILL IT COME OUT IN THEATERS

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  85. As the greatest horror director, and the great feedback from Halloween, would you remake Nightmare on Elm street, or create a film based on the manson murders, or a snuff film perhaps?

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  86. i've always been drawn to Halloween season since i was very young. Growing up in New York, the weather changes and something really beautiful happens here. As i get older i still try to celebrate and perpetuate that same youthful euphoria through decorating the house and watching certain films, but at times it seems almost pointless. ...My question is, did you always have a fascination with this time of the year, and particularly this holiday, and do you still ? Also, when did you decide that this would be such a huge part of your art, and getting your vision out there? Or is this all just completely off, and i'm perceiving it the wrong way?

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  87. I´m another huge fan from Argentina. Would there be a time in the future -next year, in 50 years, it doesn´t matter- when we are going to be able to see a Rob Zombie show here in South America?

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  88. All your songs about your films seem kind of related style wise to the film you're singing about (House of 1000 Corpses is a bit tongue-in-cheek, Devil's Rejects has a western feel), can you say if the same is true of Lords of Salem? It's a very loud, aggressive and driving song. Makes me excited for the flick!

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  89. Hello Rob,
    Do you have any expectations for Halloween 3D?
    Do you intend to show us the "making of" Halloween II on DVD ... or on the web?
    I look forward to seeing you on stage at Hellfest in France!

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  90. Hi again. I just have to ask another question...don't wanna be pushy but that's what you get for caring about your fans :)
    I'd really like to know what you think of Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez and Spike Lee. Do you like their movies? Their attitudes? And would you like to team up with them (or one of them) for a movie project? As a movie enthusiast I just have to know this...
    so long, see ya in Germany and Luxemburg

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  91. Hi Rob,
    Any planned scenes for LORDS that you think will require extras? Maybe you could do a contest for your fans to get to be extras in the film?

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  92. Hi Rob,
    Were you aware that your name is on the official "Welcome to Haverhill" street sign in Haverhill MA?:
    http://www.eagletribune.com/archive/x2073113875
    What's the story behind that?

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  93. Hey Rob-

    How many movies do you own? We took a look at your house over 10 years ago... it's an incredibly fascinating place. Any chance on giving us a more current look?

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  94. Would you ever consider doing a movie based solely on Dr. Satan

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  95. Hi Rob-
    Greetings from Salem! Can't wait for you to invade our little town of horrors. Did you know that the original Gallows Hill is now hovering above the parking lot of Walgreens on Boston Street? Also, not looking to plug, but please check out an animated web horror series that I am involved with. Thousands of years from now, everyone must kill to survive, even Santa!
    www.infinitesanta.com
    Ho fucking Ho!
    FDB

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  96. Will you be casting any Boston locals in your film The Lords of Salem? I would love just to a background extra in one of your movies.

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  97. In Halloween II, I feel most of the killings were visions in Laurie's head while the rest were actually committed by her as she is slowly losing her mind. The original cut was pretty ambiguous and directors cut suggests Michael actually came back.

    Was it your intention to let the audience decide whether Laurie had committed and/or daydreamed all the murders?

    I've wondered this since opening weekend at the drive-in. Thanks for your time.

    Aerial
    http://www.lxixmag.com

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  98. Did it help or hurt Ginger's chances of being the next Zombie knowing that he and John had played together for so long? Was John a factor in Ginger's hiring or did he remove himself from the process?

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  99. Hey Rob!

    I see a lot of your fans are looking for a Zombie message board. I told you in Indy your last time around about our site - ZombieFAQ.com.
    We have a forum for the fans and ALL of you guys are invited to stop by anytime!
    http://www.ZombieFAQ.com

    Rock on in Germany, bro!

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  100. That remake was horrible, and
    Not a snuff film literally, but a portrayal of one, for example of the Moor Murders in the 1960s, where Ian Brady and Myra Hindley had murdered about 5 children, but during the trial they had found audio tapes of those killings, sounds of the children screaming, but something to portray truth, but at the same time add the rob Zombie taste.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moors_murders

    Or about the McMartin Daycare center in Los Angeles, where they were accussed by one of their students of sodomizing him, This took place in 1980's as this trail ran on from 1984-1990, it began to be one of the most expensive trials in LA at the time, and after the courts couldnt acquire evidential support to convict the family, they were aqcuitted...



    So my question is would you portray real life incidents,,,besides the exception of Salem Witch Trials?

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  101. Hey Rob, two things: first off, when are you coming back to Atlanta to do a show? I've seen you twice here already and can't wait to see you again. Second, is there any chance that you'd ever go back and make "Werewolf Women of the S.S."? That was my favorite trailer in "Grindhouse" and I actually walked out of that film more excited about that trailer than almost anything else.

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  102. Hey Rob, I have 2 questions. I read somewhere that there was a H2 script before yours that someone else wrote. Do you know anything about that? And about the 2 different H2 endings, why did you decide to go back and shoot the theatrical ending? The director's cut ending is 100 times better!

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  103. Rob,

    Around one year ago I was in Beaufort, NC for my yearly beach week trip and I was in a cool old antique shop (junk shop) and I found this little clown statue that I thought was really neat, wanted to buy it but didn't have enough money, so I took a couple of pictures of it. Then a few months after that I was rewatching House of 1000 Corpses (for probably around the 20th time since I first saw it in 2007) and I noticed that the exact same clown statue was on the counter at Spaulding's.

    Picture of statue in movie: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/52/clown1s.png/

    Pictures I took of statue: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/217/clown2.png/

    Was just wondering if you remembered where you got your clown statue?

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  104. Hey Rob, I'll be living in Salem when you'll start shooting Lords of Salem. Is it a possibility that you might need an assistant or extra help on the set?

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