ROB ZOMBIE: 'Werewolf Women' Trailer Is 'Quite Possibly The Greatest Motion Picture Ever Made'

Rob Zombie has completed work on "Werewolf Women of the SS", one of the series of fake trailers audiences will see between Robert Rodriguez's "Planet Terror" and Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof" when they check out "Grindhouse" beginning April 6. In a Jan. 21 posting on his MySpace page, Zombie called "Werewolf" "quite possibly . . . the greatest motion picture ever made!"

According to Fangoria, "Werewolf Women of the SS" features Nicolas Cage donning creative facial hair as Fu Manchu, as well as appearances by Udo Kier ("Blood for Dracula") and blonde knockout Sybil Danning ("The Howling II"). The director has also brought in "House of 1000 Corpses" and "The Devil's Rejects" pals Bill Moseley, Tom Towles and wife Sheri Moon Zombie. WWE wrestlers Test (a.k.a. Andrew Martin) and Vladimir Kozlov are providing the trailer some required testosterone.

Zombie told Fangoria his trailer "is the story of Hitler's plan to create a race of superhuman werewolf women" — played by Olja Hrustic (IMDb) and Lorielle New (IMDb), among others — "to win the war — based on actual documents found in Hitler's bunker."

A photo of Sheri's character "Eva Krupp" from the trailer, which will be about three-and-a-half minutes long, can be viewed at this location. The image reportedly shows only one of three beautiful costumes that Sheri will be wearing in the short.


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