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Spotted at a U-District bus stop.
That would be a perfect title (and cover) for a book.
It's a White Zombie reference.
Oh man, that ruins everything!
Ah, that's a cool White Zombie song. Opening track from La Sexorcisto. I admit, Rob Zombie is a horrible movie director and is shamelessly tacky in many ways, but I loves it. Gay dudes like certain kinds of kitsch, straight dudes another. Speakin' of which, I saw one of Zombie's favorite movies (Bride of Frankenstein) for the first time at the Grand Illusion the other day. It's dope.
I thought Devil's Rejects was very, very well done. HOTC isn't exactly my dish, but he did what he wanted to do, which was pay tribute to all of his favorite horror movies of the past (MEDIA and what-not). I think Zombie is an exceptional filmmaker, and I look forward to seeing his take on Halloween.
As for his music...df-ds.
Never saw Rejects because 1000 Corpses was so awful. It had some good art in it, but was the worst editing I'd seen in years, and not even a little bit entertaining. His music on the other hand... It's all kind of designed to be strip club soundtracks, and while I'm not a strip club kinda guy, I dig the sound. Guess I'm the minority here. I must start an organization to defend my rights or something.
1000 Corpes was kinda fun to watch but I didn't feel the need to watch Rejects because I knew it'd just be more of the same.
I'm curious to see what he does with Halloween too.
I like Rob Z. Is it wrong that I think he's hot?
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