ROB ZOMBIE, OZZY OSBOURNE, MARILYN MANSON, SMASHING PUMPKINS At SCREAM 2008; Photos Available
Rob Zombie, Ozzy Osbourne, Marilyn Manson and SMASHING PUMPKINS were among the attendees at Spike TV's third annual Scream Awards, dubbed "Scream 2008". The show, where winners are determined through online voting at Spike.com, was taped last night (Saturday, October 18) at The Greek Theater in Los Angeles, while the event itself will be aired on Spike TV at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on Tuesday, October 21.
Scream Awards is an event celebrating horror, science fiction, fantasy and comic books.
Check out photos of the event: Wire Image (Show, Arrivals, Backstage), IESB.net, Film Magic (Show, Arrivals, Red Carpet, Backstage and Audience, Green Room).
Rob Zombie and his hit 2007 remake of the 1978 horror classic "Halloween" were nominated in the "Best Director" and "Best Remake" categories, respectively, at this year's Scream Awards.
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