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Watch Rob Zombie’s NSFW trailer for new film ’31’ [Updated]

Posted by on May 16, 2014

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Well, you can’t say that  Rob Zombie doesn’t know his way around a compelling image. Following The Lords of Salem (and a Woolite commercial), the singer/director today unveiled the trailer for his new horror project 31. It’s really a NSFW greatest hits of his film career leading up to the reveal of a single image, a demented-looking clown, which is something Zombie knows his way around. There’s really not that much more revealed for the film other than the fact that he plans on working on it this fall. Before that, however, he’ll be releasing his first ever concert DVD, The Zombie Horror Picture Show. The 17-song DVD was recorded last year in Houston and Dallas, and might give you an idea of what landed him a Golden God for Best Live Band this year. That will be out this coming Tuesday.

UPDATE: The full trailer has been released for the film, which is coming out on October 21 – See it below

Meanwhile, Zombie tells Billboard that he’s “pretty far into the process” of a follow up album to 2013’s Venemous Rat Regeneration Vendor:

“It sounds fuckin’ weird, man. That’s a really good thing,” he reports. “Right now I’m by myself in the studio; the rest of the band’s not here yet but, yeah, they’ll all come up here later. It’s going good. I’ll work on that for about a month and get as far as I can get. Then in July we have a little bit of a break where I’ll probably finish up the record, and then we have some more touring.”

Well, Zombie’s definitely keeping busy. It will be interesting to hear how 31 turns out, and if he’ll still do the hockey film he was working on about the Philadelphia Flyers in the mid ’70s, Broad Street Bullies.

 

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