Rob Zombie Reveals BTS House of 1000 Corpses Pics With Rainn Wilson

Munsters filmmaker Rob Zombie celebrates the 19th anniversary of his debut film, House of 1000 Corpses, with photos of BTS that include Rainn Wilson.

Musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie has shared some behind-the-scenes photos from his 2003 debut, House of 1000 Corpsesbeside The office star, Rainn Wilson. Zombie cast Wilson in the film prior to Wilson’s breakout roles on HBO. six feet under Y The office. The horror film tells the story of a group of Texas teenagers who search for the lore of serial killers and end up finding much more than they bargained for.

For years before launching his career as a filmmaker, Zombie (whose real name was Robert Cummings before he legally changed it) was known for his work as the frontman for the metal band White Zombie. The band’s lifespan was relatively short, and Zombie continued with a solo career after White Zombie disbanded. As a dedicated fan of the horror genre, Zombie infused the aesthetic of horror films, particularly early Hollywood’s penchant for the creature feature, into everything from his music to his appearance to live performances. As a result, he didn’t come as much of a surprise to fans when he revealed in 1999 that he was working on his directorial debut film. After considerable delays in finding a distributor, House of 1000 Corpses it was finally released in April 2003.


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Unfortunately, the movie was a critical flop, but that certainly hasn’t changed the way Zombie fans feel about it. 19 years after its original release, House of 1000 Corpses it’s every bit as special as it was originally intended, and Zombie is clearly very proud of the film. Taking to his official Instagram account to celebrate the film’s 19th anniversary, Zombie appears alongside Rainn Wilson, as well as his wife, actress Sheri Moon Zombie, in a behind-the-scenes photo from 1000 corpses production. Several other photos from the shoot are also included, and Zombie has asked fans to talk about their favorite scene from the film:

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As one of the film’s main characters, Bill Hudley played by Rainn meets his fate at the hands of the sadistic Firefly family. While the role likely won’t rank as the most memorable for fans of Wilson’s work, Zombie fans might disagree. House of 1000 Corpses it marked not only Zombie’s first feature film, but also the beginning of the Firefly Family series, which includes three films. And while some critics might argue that the Zombie movies haven’t delivered much to audiences in terms of quality, it’s no small feat that in the 19 years since House of 1000 Corpses initial release, Zombie has been able to release two more movies in the horror franchise.

It remains to be seen if Zombie will continue to make the style of horror movies he’s been known for throughout his film career. Today, the former White Zombie frontman has switched gears a bit, after finally landing his dream project, an adaptation of the 1960s sitcom, the monsters. The upcoming film has already received a PG rating, making it the first film in his career to receive anything less than a firm R rating. It is certainly a big step away from the ghastly nature of House of 1000 Corpsesbut hopefully the monsters will stay in the minds of viewers the way 1000 corpses is 19 years old since its release.

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