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Rob Zombie recently announced that he had scrapped plans to direct a hockey movie called Broad Street Bullies in favor of a new film in the genre he's best known for, horror. A short time later, Zombie revealed that he was also working on a new TV miniseries about the Manson Family murders with American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis. But Zombie told us that his new horror movie will come out first: "The other thing is an original thing of my own which is definitely a horror thing. It's definitely in the vein, I think, of what fans of what I've done in the past would enjoy. So that one's moving along about a million times faster than the other thing, so that'll be the next project."


  • Zombie also told us that the Manson project remains in development at the FX network, with Ellis currently working on a draft of the script.
  • Zombie will kick off a 12-date run of shows on Saturday (April 26th) in Fort Myers, Florida at the Fort Rock festival.
  • His first-ever concert home video, The Zombie Horror Picture Show, is due out on Blu-ray and DVD on May 20th.


  • Zombie had been working on Broad Street Bullies for two years but said that the film wasn't getting anywhere.
  • Broad Street Bullies was going to be about the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team of the 1970s that were notorious for their violent tactics on the ice.
  • Zombie's previous films include House Of 1000 CorpsesThe Devil's Rejects, the 2007 remake of Halloween and its 2009 sequel, and The Lords Of Salem.


  • Are you glad that Rob is going back to horror for his next movie? Do you think he's best in that genre?
  • Do you think his hockey movie would have been good?
  • What would you like to see first, his new original horror film or his Manson Family project?

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