“Homecoming” turns on a brother and sister, aged 10 and 8, who go on vacation with their parents to an island and return home to a world without people.
Nate and Alice are spending the last days of summer with their parents in a small cabin on a remote island when their parents inform them that they’re going to separate. When they leave the island, they discover that every last one of the inhabitants of the closest town has died.
Little by little they discover that they are not the only ones left alive on the planet but the rest of the survivors of the catastrophe represent a threat from which they must run without respite until they finally reach home and find the answer to all their questions.
Rob Zombie is certainly a busy dude. He’s currently on tour and he just got done putting the finishing touches on for The Lords of Salem. While the release plans for that film get figured out, it doesn’t sound like he’s in any particular hurry to jump back behind the camera. And while lots of fans have been looking forward to Werewolf Women Of The SS and Tyrannosaurus Rex, they shouldn’t really be holding their breath.
Speaking to ScreenCrush in regard to both projects he said, “Well neither of those are film projects I’m working on, ‘Werewolf Women of the SS’ was just what it was, it was a fake trailer for a Quentin Tarantino movie. That’s all it was ever supposed to be, it was never going to be a full movie. ‘Tyrannosaurus Rex’ is a script that I wrote, that I have but it’s not planned anytime soon. We finished ‘Lords of Salem’ and I’ll be doing music for the next year and a half within that year in a half maybe we’ll do ‘Tyrannosaurus Rex’ maybe not. I don’t know what the next movie is – we’ll figure that out.”
There you have it. Good news if you’re a fan of his music, bad news if you don’t like waiting for movies,