ROB ZOMBIE's 'The Devil's Rejects' Named 'Best Horror Movie' At SPIKE TV's SCREAM AWARDS

Rob Zombie's second feature film, "The Devil's Rejects" was named "Best Horror Movie" at the Spike TV's Scream Awards 2006, the first annual televised event which celebrates horror, sci-fi, fantasy and comic books. The film's stars Leslie Easterbrook, Sid Haig, Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon Zombie (as "The Firefly Clan") also took home an award for "Most Vile Villain". Check out pictures of Rob Zombie at the event:

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Spike TV's Scream Awards 2006 taped at the historic Pantages Theater in Hollywood, CA on Saturday, October 7 and featured a wide-range of award categories. The program will air on Tuesday, October 10 between 10:00 p.m. and midnight EST.

Zombie has made a name for himself challenging audiences by stretching the boundaries of film, music and publishing. He recently took film to a new level with his critically acclaimed "House of 1000 Corpses" and its high-octane follow-up "The Devil's Rejects", and he is now working on his next film project, the animated horror film "The Haunted World of Superbeasto" starring Academy Award nominee Paul Giamatti, slated for release May 10, 2007. Zombie also recently announced that he will direct a new version of the classic 1978 horror film, "Halloween", with an October 2007 release planned.

As the longest active artist on Geffen Records and the most prolific Geffen artist when it comes to gold and platinum discs, Zombie has sold in excess of fifteen million records worldwide. This past March, his new album "Educated Horses" entered The Billboard 200 chart at No. 5. Zombie is also a seasoned video director, with more than 25 videos to his credit. In 1995, he won an MTV Music Video Award for "More Human Than Human", becoming the first self-directed artist to win such an award.


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