ROB ZOMBIE Discusses 'Halloween'; Video Available

Rob Zombie's remake of the horror classic "Halloween" stabs its way back into theaters on Friday, August 31, following the release of the soundtrack last week. In addition to directing, Rob Zombie also had a major influence on the music used in the new movie. Zombie tapped composer Tyler Bates ("300", "Grindhouse", "The Devil's Rejects") to re-create one of the creepiest theme songs in movie history. The "Halloween" theme is the lead track on the soundtrack that is filled with rock hits from the 70's and foreboding dialogue from the new movie.

Check out the new theme for "Halloween" at this location.

To further chill your blood, Rob Zombie sat down to take you behind the mask in a new video clip. Rob, the cast, and his producers, not only explain the vision that compelled them to be a part of the remaking of the classic horror film but to further expand the mythology and show you the origin behind the unstoppable killing machine, Michael Myers.

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