O2 recently conducted an interview with Rob Zombie about his co-headlining tour with Marilyn Manson; how he manages to juggle his film and movie career; his favorite horror movies; what scares him; and why he never seems to age. You can watch the chat below.
Rob Zombie's long-awaited new film, "The Lords Of Salem", will hit theaters in the U.S. on April 26, 2013. On top of that, the rocker-turned-director has teamed up with multiple-award-winning horror author B.K. Evenson. to pen the official movie tie-in book for the film.
The book will be released in March 12, 2012 and promises to plunge readers into a nightmarish world where the sins of Salem are paid for in today’s blood. Zombie says: "The book offers a different experience from the film since it can obviously go into much more detail. The book and the film really complement each other."
The book will be published by Grand Central Publishing and their executive editor Ben Greenberg is excited about the release too. "As a horror junkie and a fan of Rob's work, I am thrilled that GCP will be publishing this novel," said Greenberg. "'The Lords Of Salem' is Rob's first original horror story since the great 'The Devil's Rejects', and it delivers exactly what his fans have been waiting for."
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