Tutti F***in’ Frutti: Apple TV Is Selling Rob Zombie’s Seven Feature Films for $25

If there’s one figure in heavy metal who deserves a lot of attention during the Halloween season, it’s Rob fuckin’ Zombie. Not only does the shock rocker make some of the spookiest, most seasonally-appropriate music around, but he’s also directed some of modern horror’s most outlandish and exciting movies. And now, fans can officially own seven of them for cheap as hell, because fans can now purchase them for a pretty low price!

As reported by Bloody Disgusting, all of Rob Zombie’s films — other than his 2009 animated film The Haunted World of El Superbeasto — are available as a bundle from Apple TV for only $25. For the record, that means the same price as two six-packs will get you the following movies:

  • House of 1000 Corpses
  • The Devil’s Rejects
  • 3 from Hell
  • Halloween
  • Halloween 2
  • The Lords of Salem 
  • 31

DAMN, son. For Zombie fans, it’s hard to imagine any other movies you’d need for the big day. You can buy the Rob Zombie Ultimate Movie Collection via Apple TV right now.

Of course, Halloween for Rob Zombie is like Christmas for Santa — there’s no time to celebrate when you’re making dreams come true! In a post on his Instagram, Rob revealed that he’s almost completed the haunted home at the center of his upcoming reboot of The Munsters. The shock rocker wrote, “What a difference 7 days can make! 1313 is looking good! Lots of work left to do, but it is getting there!”

Kudos to Rob for bringing his cinematic dreams to life!

Between this and the other teased bits and pieces from the movie — early set designs, costumes for Herman and Lily Munster, and wig progress for Grandpa Munster — it’s obvious that Zombie’s aware of exactly how anticipated his new project is, and how big a win it’ll be for him if it does well.

Unfortunately, fans will have to wait a little longer until they get to see Zombie’s new Munsters in action. Due to the number of people asking to see a trailer for the film, Rob’s wife and muse Sheri Moon Zombie, who is believed to play Lily in the film, posted the following update: “Seeing folks ask when a trailer is coming out…The film is in pre-production, currently being location scouted so nothing to show for a while yet.”


Words by Chris Krovatin

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