Finally! Rob Zombie has announced the release date — and unveiled the official poster art — for his highly anticipated new film 3 From Hell, which completes the Firefly family trilogy kicked off by House of 1000 Corpses and continued with The Devil’s Rejects. The unrated version of the movie is set to hit big screens September 16th, 17th and 18th via Fathom’s Digital Broadcast Network at nearly 900 theaters.
According to Bloody Disgusting, each night of will feature a unique special event: the 16th, a taped introduction from the director with the first 50 attendees to arrive receiving a collector’s poster; the 17th, a special half hour behind-the-scenes documentary; and the 18th, a double feature of the new film and its predecessor The Devil’s Rejects. Tickets for the Fathom Events screening go on sale to the general public July 19th at this location, where you can sign up to be alerted the second they’re available.
“This event is a long time coming,” Zombie commented. “The journey of these characters has always been special to me and I am thrilled to finally let the fans experience the next episode of the Firefly madness. This project was a true labor of love for everyone involved and we know we have created something amazing for the loyal followers of these films.”
3 From Hell stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Bill Moseley and Sid Haig as the returning members of the Firefly family. The cast also includes Danny Trejo as Rondo, Dee Wallace as Greta, Daniel Roebuck as Morris Green, Pancho Moler as Sebastian, and Bill Oberst Jr. as Tony Commando, as well as Wade Williams, Emilio Rivera, David Ury, Tom Papa, Clint Howard, Sylvia Jefferies, Billy Blair, Duane Whitaker, Jan Hoag, Dot-Marie Jones, Sean Whalen and Richard Riehle.
In addition to the movie, Zombie also recently completely his next album, which will be issued via metal stronghold Nuclear Blast, though no release date has yet been announced for that. “I am very excited to work with the fine folks at Nuclear Blast,” the rocker commented in July 2018. “The combination of the label’s grassroots urge to get the hustle done mixed with the detonation of our most combustable [sic] melodic masterpiece yet should prove to be a winning hybrid of hellacious hullabaloo.”