A brand new official trailer for Rob Zombie's latest film, an adaptation of the 1978 horror classic "Halloween", has been posted at Yahoo! Movies. Alternately, you can view the clip below.
Zombie recently commented on the reports that he has quietly gone about shooting new material for "Halloween", including a brand new ending for the film. According to Bloody-Disgusting.com, Zombie spent a week shooting additional scenes of "violence, gore and bloodshed," including six new death sequences and the new finale, which was described as "quite gruesome." Sources told Launch that the additional scenes were shot as a result of audience response to a test screening of the film's initial cut that was held in June.
Said Zombie: "Dimension [Films] let me go film a couple new things that I thought the film needed and that's what I did. This is a good thing, so don't go worrying that something has gone wrong. The film still opens August 31 and kicks total ass. 'Nuff said."
"Halloween" is Zombie's third effort as a screenwriter and feature director.
Zombie is preparing a live album for release in August and is also said to be working on a box set from his previous band, WHITE ZOMBIE.
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