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The Following Makes Me Physically Ill

But I’m talking about it anyway, because it’s important to the terror hottie community.

September twenty-second marks the return of Rob Zombie to direct to video country with his upcoming and often delayed release of The Haunted World of El Superbeasto.  Featuring terror hotties Rosario Dawson and Sheri Moon Zombie in voice acting roles, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto brings us in contact with a has-been luchador (masked Mexican wrestler, in case you’re not familiar) who for some reason winds up in Monsterland.

No, it doesn’t make sense to me either what a Mexican wrestler is doing in a place called Monsterland.  Nor does it make sense to me why Rob Zombie still has a career.  However, I’m prepared to make allowances since this movie will also include Sid Haig.  And Sid Haig, as we all know, is total genius.

Just a couple more months and we’ll get to see just how big a disaster this gets.  Of course, Rob Zombie may turn around and surprise us by enacting the Broken Clock Principle (even a broken clock is right twice a day) but I’m not holding my breath.

Rob Zombie’s Second Halloween Likely To Be Train Wreck

(Sheri Moon Zombie)

Okay, it’s no secret that I can’t STAND Rob Zombie’s horror movie work.  The guy just can’t seem to make a good one—every time I watch I’m left either disappointed or enraged, or in the case of House of 1000 Corpses, BOTH.

So you can just about imagine my shock to hear that, somehow, Sheri Moon Zombie would be reprising her role as Deborah Myers in the second Halloween outing.

Um…did I miss a memo?  Didn’t she get messily killed in the first one?

Oh wait…it’s worse.  Somehow Daeg will also be back briefly as young Michael (there’s some stirrings that he was digitally inserted, having been thrown over for reprising the role because he’s too old now), making me wonder a whole host of unpleasant questions like “Are they going the Saw route with this?” and “How many flashbacks are we going to have to sit through THIS time?”

Seems like the more I read about H2: Halloween 2, the less I like what I read.

Werewolf Women of the SS—No, Seriously.

I’m generally not fond of Rob Zombie’s work.  Really, I’m not—I couldn’t stand House of  1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects was only slightly better because it didn’t depend near as much on stock footage, and Rob Zombie’s music sounds like a rest home choir having a simultaneous high-speed stroke in the middle of the Ave Maria.

But even I had to raise an eyebrow at a trailer Rob Zombie generated that might well become a part of the next round of Grindhouse, Werewolf Women of the SS.

He’s already got a plan in the works to turn the title into a comic book, and possibly from there into a film.  You can pretty much rest assured that Sheri Moon Zombie will likely be involved in some way, and of course there will be plenty of terror hotties, tanks, and a nice Hitler analogue waiting for us.

In all honesty, I hope Zombie gets a hold of that one guy from The Whitest Kids You Know who did that Hitler rap , because he makes the single funniest Hitler ever, with an outside nod to Mel Brooks.  Even though I doubt Mel Brooks would ever be caught dead working with Rob Zombie.