Last month we saw a teaser trailer for 3 From Hell, writer and director Rob Zombie‘s sequel to House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects.
The teaser didn’t show a whole lot from the new movie unfortunately, but now a full official trailer has been released which shares a much better look at the ultra-violent trilogy-maker heading our way.
You can find more info on 3 From Hell and check out the trailer and a new poster below.
A little over a year ago we found out that 3 From Hell, a sequel to writer and director Rob Zombie‘s House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects, had begun filming. Now the first trailer for the movie has been released.
Reprising their roles from the first two movies is Sheri Moon Zombie, Bill Moseley, and Sid Haig, with Danny Trejo, Dee Wallace, Austin Stoker, Clint Howard, Emilio Rivera, and Jeff Daniel Phillips joining them on the cast for this latest entry.
Continue below for more on 3 From Hell and to check out the first teaser trailer.
Assault on Precinct 13 Blu-ray
Directed by John Carpenter
Written by John Carpenter
Starring Austin Stoker, Darwin Joston, Laurie Zimmer, Martin West, Tony Burton, Charles Cyphers, Nancy Loomis Scream! Factory
Release Date: November 19th, 2013
In 1976, having recently come off his feature-length debut of Dark Star, fledgling writer and director John Carpenter was given a small budget and carte blanche by a group of investors for him to make his next movie. That film would become Assault on Precinct 13. Originally titled The Anderson Alamo, the film was setup to be a modern western, based heavily on Rio Bravo, in which the outnumbered and outgunned barricaded heroes must face off against an unwavering enemy.
It is Bishop’s first day as Lieutenant in the LAPD, and for his first assignment he is sent to a police station in a rough part of south Los Angeles called Anderson to oversee its last night of operation before it is closed down in the morning. Meanwhile a bus transporting prisoners, including convicted killer Wilson on his way to death row, makes an unscheduled stop at the station when one of the prisoners gets sick.
What should be an inconvenient, but otherwise uneventful, delay for the bus transport becomes a night of sheer Hell as a local gang makes siege on the station as they attempt to get to someone inside. As the night wears on, cop and convict must join forces and defend themselves from the unending onslaught if they are to survive to see daylight. Everyone fights. Not everyone will survive.