5 Reasons Why Rob Zombie Must Be Stopped Comments - Mania.com


Showing items 31 - 40 of 47
<<  <  1 2 3 4 5 >  >>  
kingMAB 8/28/2009 5:53:22 PM

I've been a reader of this site since cinescape was new, and it took this article to make me register an account.  If this had shown up at SA as a truth media spoof, I would have thought it incredibly funny.  It would have fit in well for massive lulz where the correct response would have been "obvious troll is obvious".  But Rob and Matt are probably serious, and this myopic, ill informed trash just makes me sad.  I can understand that not everyone will like Rob Zombie, I think he's brilliant, but he's deffinitely a niche audience guy.  He makes mean, ugly movies that people who remember the glory days of consumptionjunction and laughed at 2 girls 1 cup can appreciate.  People are entitled to their opinions, and that's great, but what really offended me was the interview of Rob Zombie and then Rob and Matt tag team it to completey trash the guy.  If I were Zombie I'd never talk to Mania again.  This sloppy awful crap makes me want to find a new place to find my entertainment news.  

ponyboy76 8/28/2009 5:59:41 PM

There`s at least 10 reasonsEACH  to stop, Brett Ratner, Stephen Sommers, Uwe Boll and the guy who directed XXX 2.  If we are going to stop directors, lets start with them.

I was never a big Rob Zombie fan  as far as his directing until I saw The Devils Rejects. Great flick.

kingMAB 8/28/2009 6:08:46 PM

I would love to see Zombie direct something musical.  Like a malevolent melding of Repo! and The Wall.

kow626_home 8/28/2009 7:06:15 PM

oh HELL no! they better not even touch aAWiL. that's one of the greatest movies EVER! after seeing house of 1000 corpses, thats all i needed to see to know rob zombie is an incapable director. not as bad as uwe boll but right up there on that list with him, thats for sure!

misterfancypants 8/28/2009 7:40:49 PM

So Rob Zombie can't use his wife in his movies? Is this not allowed? I guess someone better tell Tim Burton he shouldn't do it either. I suppose while they were still married James Cameron and John Carpenter shouldn't have done it either.

Tonebone 8/28/2009 10:28:51 PM

I have my reservations on some remakes. But to criticize his interpretation on Michael Myers because its not the same, when you would have criticized it if it were is just schizo, IMO.

And he can include his wife in anything he wants. I have yet to see the Halloween movies, but she is great in The Devil's Rejects. Would love to see her in other stuff outside of her husband's work

Wiseguy 8/29/2009 3:38:11 AM

The problem with Zombie's wife is that the bitch ain't no actress as opposed to the other samples cited

death4sale 8/29/2009 5:02:54 AM

Adrienne Barbeau wasn't much of an actress either. She was married to John Carpenter for those that don't know. She was pretty much a floating pair of tits. Her acting was terrible in Escape From New York. But for low-budget affairs such as Escape From New York and some of Zombie's movies, it kind of adds some charm in a cheesy way. And like I said, THE FUCKING BUDGET!!!

You think she minds making pennies if she gets to work with her husband?

And how do we know everyone's white trash in his movies? Are they watching NASCAR?

Wiseguy 8/29/2009 5:12:05 AM

Adrienne Barbeau was a legit actress and had worked plenty before and after Carpenter and I believe still does some appearances.

Sheri Moon basically only works cause her husband gives her work. She doesn't belong in the same sentence, paragragh, page or book as Adrienne. Not that Barbeau was a great actress, just that she was an actress

kswizzle 8/29/2009 11:01:27 AM

i agree with the tim burton needs to stop putting Helena Bonham Carter in every movie...but the one that gets me the most is that Martin Scorcese needs to put his "bromance" aside and not use Leonardo DiCaprio is the lead in every movie. yeah, he can act well...but at this point use a different lead every once in a while...he can't be perfect for every role...can he?

<<  <  1 2 3 4 5 >  >>  


You must be logged in to leave a comment. Please click here to login.