ROB ZOMBIE To Unleash Terror On YouTube

Rob Zombie, the ultimate horror advocate, will unleash terror onto YouTube. At midnight tonight, Rob Zombie will be the first celebrity guest editor of YouTube. In honor of Halloween, Zombie will choose the most horrifying videos on the internet to be posted on the YouTube home page. In the spirit of all things ghastly, Rob Zombie will also premiere a self-filmed video. To take the edge off the terror factor, Zombie will also include various parody trailers from his "Halloween" movie.

To commemorate the release of Rob Zombie's first-ever live album, "Zombie Live", he's giving away the chance of a lifetime! Zombie has featured an amateur video/filmmaker contest on his YouTube page. The winner will receive VIP tickets for LIFE, have their winning video posted on Rob's YouTube page and will get to meet Rob Zombie in person! Check it out here.

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