Earlier this month, I attended the Up All Night: Pay to Get Out Horror Movie Marathon at the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington, Long Island, New York. This is the second year I’ve done this, so it’s now an annual tradition for me. The theater hosts many special events throughout the year, but for horror fans their movie marathons are something special. This year, 7 films were advertised with a mystery 8th film to cap off the marathon before a special bagel breakfast for those who survived the evening, along with the guaranteed $10 refund. Here’s a rundown of my experience at this year’s event, which took place on Saturday, August 3, 2019.
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.
A follow-up to director Rob Zombie‘s debut feature House of 1000 Corpses and its sequel The Devil’s Rejects has been whispered about for a while, but now not only has Zombie confirmed the trilogy-maker but he’s already begun filming it.
The title of the movie is 3 From Hell, and you can see the title logo on a chair in the first production image Zombie shared below. But before you continue on, know that spoilers from the first two movies will be discussed.
No genre produces more sequels than horror. And let’s face it, most of these horror sequels are cheaply made, easily produced, and generally terrible. It has become customary in the last thirty years that whenever horror hits a home run, to rush to replicate the process as many times as possible. In the 80s, slashers were the thing, and by decade’s end there were eight Friday the 13th films, five for the A Nightmare on Elm Street series, and five for the Halloween franchise. In recent years, the Saw and Paranormal Activity franchises have spit out a sequel a year. Because of this, it is genuinely surprising when a horror sequel comes along that receives both critical and fan praise. After seeing one of those shockingly great horror sequels last week with Ouija: Origin of Evil, I’ve dug up the Top 10 Horror Movie Sequels, right in time for Halloween.