Rob Zombie has been very vocal about his potential return to the horror genre.
Just two days ago, Junior Manager Sarah Martin McIvor (so you guys know it’s real) uploaded the following trailer to Rob Zombie’s official website with no information.
What you’ll see is a recounting of Zombie’s film career – including House of 1,000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, El Superbeasto, Halloween, Halloween II and Lords of Salem – before it pulls out to reveal a terrifying clown mask and the title, 31.
In a quick exclusive update, we have confirmed that the title refers to October 31, Halloween night.
There are no other details available, so your guess is as good as mine. A Captain Spaulding spinoff? A John Wayne Gacy-inspired slasher?
An email from Zombie claims this film is “for the hardcore fans who want it nasty and brutal.”
What do you think? And a special thanks to ‘Travis E.’ for the tip!!
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