Rob Zombie Shares First Teaser Trailer For “3 From Hell”

Rob Zombie has shared the first teaser trailer for his new film “3 From Hell.” The movie will serve as sequel to “The Devil’s Rejects” and it will be released later this year.

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Megadeth’s David Ellefson To Produce Horror Film “Dwellers”

Ellefson Films, the new film production company ran by Megadeth’s David Ellefson and music/film producer and industry exec Thom Hazaert, have greenlit their first film project, a horror film called “Dwellers.” The movie is being written and directed by musician, filmmaker, and actor Drew Fortier.

The following description of the film was shared:

“While shooting a documentary on the suspicious disappearances within the homeless community, a filmmaker and his crew go missing while uncovering a terrifying and vicious secret below the city’s surface.”

Fortier will star in the movie alongside James L. Edwards, Douglas Esper, Rick Jermain, and Mitch Lafon. Ellefson and Hazaert will also make cameos.

Fortier commented:

“I’ve been tossing the idea of ‘Dwellers’ around in my head for a few years now and am excited to finally make it a reality. It made perfect sense to rope in my buddies Ellefson and Hazaert for this whole thing as producers and I am honored to have their support for the film. The cast is amazing and I can’t wait to show off the finished product.”

Tobias Forge Working On Ghost Movie, Says Next Album Will Be “Darker” & “Heavier”

During a recent interview with Revolver, Tobias Forge talked a bit about Ghost’s upcoming plans. The frontman is currently working on a new movie related to the band and is also planning their new album, which he says will be “darker” and “heavier.”

Forge said the following about the film, which he hopes to finish shooting by the end of the year:

“Most films about bands are biographical, and I see no reason to tell our story yet. It’s a little bit like premature ejaculation. You have to have a career first and then you can tell the real story, so that was never an option. And when you yank away that, what do you have? Well, that would be a fictional story.”

He continued:

“The cog wheels are turning on that one. We’re just trying to figure out a lot of the practicalities. Making a film is a big endeavor. Another problem that I have had over the course of my career is that I don’t have a shit-ton of time. I am also a father of two kids and I’m married.

I try to not to break my back. I’ve been so close so many times to overworking and I said yes to everything just because I was so keen on not losing momentum. I’ve learned over the years that it’s really important not to do everything at once.”

Forge also had the following to say about Ghost’s new album, which they are planning to work on in January:

“I want to make a different record from ‘Prequelle“. I want it to feel different. If I dare to say heavier, people think that it’s going to be Mercyful Fate all the way … but I definitely have a darker, heavier record in mind.”

Furthermore, the band are also planning to release more webisodes in the coming months.

Glenn Danzig’s Directorial Debut “Verotika” To Receive World Premiere At Cinepocalypse Festival

Glenn Danzig‘s feature film directorial debut “Verotika” will officially premiere during the Cinepocalypse film festival, which is set to be held at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, IL on June 13-20. The movie will debut the first night of the event and Danzig is expected to be in attendance for the screening. The movie is an anthology based on three characters/storylines from the frontman’s “Verotik” comic series and the cast includes Ashley Wisdom, Rachel Alig, Alice Haig, Kayden Kross, etc. As previously reported, Danzig is also planning to release his long awaited “Danzig Sings Elvis” covers album later this year and he is currently working on a new vampire spaghetti western film as well.

Rob Zombie’s “3 From Hell” Receives R-rating

Rob Zombie’s “The Devil’s Rejects” sequel “3 From Hell” is officially finished and has already been rated by the Motion Picture Association Of America. The film received an r-rating for “strong sadistic violence, language throughout, sexual content, graphic nudity and drug use.”

Danzig To Release “Danzig Sings Elvis” Covers Album In The Fall

Danzig has revealed that his long-awaited “Danzig Sings Elvis” covers album will finally be released this fall. With this news, the frontman has also revealed that he has another movie in the works in addition to his previously announced “Verotika” film. The following message was posted on Facebook:

“The long awaited ‘DANZIG Sings ELVIS’ covers record has now been scheduled for a Fall release. We will post the cover & tracks in the coming weeks. Mr. DANZIG has also just put the finishing touches on the script for his next film which will be a vampire Spaghetti-Western & DANZIG will direct. Casting will begin shortly… Busy year for the Man!!”

Rob Zombie Finishes New Movie “3 From Hell”

During an appearance on “Trunk Nation LA Invasion: Live From The Rainbow Bar & Grill”, Rob Zombie confirmed that his “The Devil’s Rejects” sequel “3 From Hell” is finally finished. The singer said the following when asked why his new album has been delayed: “I had to finish the movie. I just literally finished that two days ago. That’s done. That was taking my life for the last couple of years.” He also added the following when asked about the film’s release date: “I don’t know for sure. In the early fall — September vicinity.”

[via Blabbermouth]