ROB ZOMBIE Filming New Scenes For 'Halloween' Remake

According to, Rob Zombie has been hard at work filming new material for his remake of "Halloween", which is slated for release this summer. Saturday (June 30) ended seven straight days of grueling filming around the Los Angeles area, which included the addition of six new death sequences, which boast more violence and gore, and a brand new ending, which is said to be "quite gruesome."

Zombie's remake of "Halloween", which stars Malcolm McDowell of "A Clockwork Orange" as Dr. Loomis and "X-Men" mutant Tyler Mane as the adult version of Myers, opens on August 31.

Zombie's previous films were 2003's "House of 1000 Corpses" and 2005's "The Devil's Rejects".

The official web site for ROB ZOMBIE's "Halloween" has been launched at

Meanwhile, Zombie's first-ever live album is scheduled for release in August. The CD was recorded at several shows on last year's "Educated Horses" tour and will include a 36-page deluxe booklet of never-before-seen live pictures plus a DVD.


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