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Werewolf Women of the S.S. Movie?


#1

I FOUND THIS:





"How many of you would like to see a full length movie of Werewolf Women of the S.S.?"



That’s the query the writer-director posed to his fans on his MySpace page this evening. What does this man got brewin’? Beats us. He may be mulling over his next project while he continues his tour which is rockin’ well into late January.



Afterwards, he has a picture deal to fulfill with Dimension Films. Seeing as “Werewolf Women” originated as a trailer in this year’s Grindhouse (a Dimension production), it is entirely possible for Zombie to explore a time during WWII when Nazis dabbled in lycanthropic experimentation.






#2

you’re not gonna post a link for us? :wink:


#3

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#4

I think it’s a great idea! The horror movies of today all look the same and if there’s going to be a change, it might as well take us back to the old Grindhouse era! You have Eli Roth making “Trailer Trash”, and Robert Rodriguez already made “Machete” - now all we need is QT to make another one - after IB of course.


#5

This was my least favorite trailer out of the 4. I dont know if Id want to see this or not.


#6

Well “Thanksgiving” was bar none the best trailer, but SS was pretty cool, a little wacky and demented but good nonetheless.


#7

It didnt look like a Grindhouse trailer to me, more like an MTV video. I didn t like Cage as Fu Manchu either. It was just Nick Cage with a Fu Manchu beard.



Blah. Rob needs to make real films, not a movie version of that trailer.


#8

Don’t you think Fu Manchu would look even better if he were a zombie? He’s back and deader than ever - Undead Fu Manchu! ???



Rob Zombie should make his own zombie movie, if there’s a guy that could deliver big on this genre it’s him and Eli Roth. And I don’t say that because his last name is Zombie…wait does anyone know his real last name?


#9

Hes really: Rob Cummings from Massachusetts!



Id much rather see Rob do some new genre. Id love to see a Rob Zombie sci fi flick (maybe with aliens or space adventurers).


#10

Sci-Fi? I dunno, I’m not too big on that stuff.


#11

Personally, I cant watch horror films constantly. I need to see diff kinds of stuff.


#12

I remember reading that Rob shot so much material for the fake trailer that it almost could make a feature film.


#13

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I remember reading that Rob shot so much material for the fake trailer that it almost could make a feature film.
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Did he actually write a screenplay for it? Who would write a feature length script for a five minute trailer? That hardly makes any sense.


#14

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Personally, I cant watch horror films constantly. I need to see diff kinds of stuff.
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I just want to see Sheri Moon showing us that phat ass in that big ass screen. As long as she’s in his movies I’ll watch whatever he makes.


#15

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Did he actually write a screenplay for it? Who would write a feature length script for a five minute trailer? That hardly makes any sense.
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LOL. I’m sure QT would. Didn’t Natural Born Killers start out as a script being written by Clarence in True Romance and QT decided to actually write the ENTIRE script.


#16

I’m all for it! The world needs a new brand of Nazisploitation!


#17

The Grindhouse thing was fun, but lets face it, it didnt go over too well with audiences. I think he should just move on to new projects and forget Werewolf Women.



Id like to see him do some non horror. I mean we know he can do that stuff. Making the same crazy psycho killer movies will def get dull.



I just feel like this kind of stuff is repetitive and one note. Why not stretch out and do new things while you have millions of dollars to spend?



Rob has to have more in him than just horror ideas.


#18

I’m definitely for it. That was my favorite trailer of the bunch.


#19

It’s still gonna take some time before he gets to make anything anyway with the concert tour and the writer’s strike:



(Link’s a month old)

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(Also ruling out the rumor of remaking C.H.U.D)



"The Pulse of Radio reports: Despite stories spreading on horror movie news sites across the Web, Rob Zombie is not directing a remake of the '80s horror B-movie classic “C.H.U.D.” An article at Billboard.com reported on Tuesday (November 6) that Zombie was tentatively set to helm the project for a 2009 release, but a spokesperson for his management confirmed to The Pulse of Radio exclusively that the unsourced information was “not true.” “C.H.U.D.”, a low-budget 1984 shocker about mutated vagrants (Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers, to be exact) living under the streets of New York, has been the subject of remake speculation.



Zombie did say earlier this week in a call with reporters that he is in the early stages of planning his fourth feature film as a director, but hasn’t set a timetable for making it. “You know, right now I don’t know how that’s gonna be because, like, the writers just went on strike and the directors will go on strike soon, so I’m not sure how that whole world’s gonna pan out,” he said. "Right now is really the worst time to try to plan the next year."



Zombie would not reveal any other details of his next film project, except to say that it’s "not a horror movie.“



He also said that he hopes to make a new studio album in 2008.



Zombie just released his first concert CD, titled “Zombie Live”, and is currently on the road with Ozzy Osbourne. They play in Billings, Montana on Friday night (November 9).



Zombie’s scored a box office hit in September with his remake of the 1978 horror classic “Halloween”. The DVD arrives next month.”


#20

[quote=“PutneySwope”]
Id like to see him do some non horror. I mean we know he can do that stuff. Making the same crazy psycho killer movies will def get dull.



I just feel like this kind of stuff is repetitive and one note. Why not stretch out and do new things while you have millions of dollars to spend?



Rob has to have more in him than just horror ideas.
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I kind of agree that horror can get repetitive but I think there’s so many sub-genres of horror

that he could probly do nothing but horrors and still stay fresh. I mean you throw werewolves

and Nazis into the picture and I just don’t see how he could not come up with something

different than his past movies. But yeah, it would be nice to see if he’s got the chops to pull

away from those kind of movies. I could see him doing a really good post apocalyptic/sci-fi action

movie.