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3 From Hell Star Sid Haig Hits the Top of IMDb's STARmeter Weeks After His Passing

Rob Zombie's latest film, 3 From Hell, was released in theaters last month for a three-night event. Sadly, one of the movie's stars, Sid Haig, passed away shortly after the movie's release at age 80. He was best known for his role as Captain Spaulding in Zombie's films, including House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects. Many people have been paying tribute to Haig since his passing, which is proven by the fact that he's currently the top actor listed on IMDb's STARmeter. Haig even managed to top Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who is currently listed as number two, which is no surprise considering she just won three Emmys and is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend. This IMDb list was recently brought to fans' attention by Haig's co-star, Bill Moseley, who posted about it on social media.

"Love that Sid Haig is Number 1 this week on IMDB Starmeter! Fitting honor to one of Hollywood's greats!!!," Moseley wrote.

Haig's wife, Susan L. Olberg, revealed that Haig had died in a post on Instagram. She wrote, "On Saturday, September 21, 2019, my light, my heart, my true love, my King, the other half of my soul, Sidney, passed from this realm on to the next. He has returned to the Universe, a shining star in her heavens. He was my angel, my husband, my best friend and always will be. He adored his family, his friends and his fans. This came as a shock to all of us."

Outside of Zombie's horror films, Haig's career also included roles such as the villain Dragos in Jason of Star Command, and in Gunsmoke, Batman, Mary Hartman, Charlie's Angels, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, MacGyver, Mission: Impossible, Star Trek, and the James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever.

If you missed 3 From Hell during its limited release, you will have a chance to catch an encore screening on October 14th. The movie is also being released in a 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital), Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, Digital, and On-Demand starting October 15th. Pre-orders are live now.


In addition to Haig and Moseley, 3 From Hell stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Richard Brake, Danny Trejo, Kevin Jackson, Wade Williams, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Clint Howard, Pancho Moler, Emilio Rivera, Daniel Roebuck, David Ury, Sean Whalen, Austin Stoker, Dee Wallace, Bill Oberst Jr., Richard Riehle, Dot-Marie Jones, and Tom Papa.

3 From Hell is returning to theaters on October 14th.


Movie Review – 3 From Hell (2019)

  • 17 September 2019
  • by EJ Moreno
  • Flickeringmyth

3 From Hell, 2019.

Directed by Rob Zombie.

Starring Sheri Moon Zombie, Richard Brake, Bill Moseley, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Dee Wallace, Emilio Rivera, and Sid Haig.


The Firefly Family breaks free from prison and unleashes their signature style of horror on the world.

Fourteen years after seemingly closing the book on this torture-filled story, Rob Zombie is back with another entry in his Firefly Family series. 3 From Hell is a direct follow-up to The Devil’s Rejects, a film which loosely followed Zombie’s debut film, House of 1000 Corpses. For fans of the director, those are two of his best cinematic ventures and told a complete story that felt every viewer happy in 2005. Now with him returning to this well, it feels a bit lackluster as it never reaches the heights of the previous two films.

More of the same is something you fear when diving into the third film of a series.

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Rob Zombie Completes 'The Devil's Rejects' Sequel '3 From Hell'

UPDATE: On January 17th, Rob Zombie posted an update clarifying that 3 From Hell is in fact not yet complete. Read his statement on the new status of The Devil's Rejects sequel here. 

Rob Zombie has finally completed 3 From Hell, the long-awaited sequel to his 2004 horror film The Devil's Rejects. "It took awhile to complete the trilogy but we did it," the rocker-director wrote in the caption to an Instagram post breaking the news. "Quite a Fucking journey to say the least." The post shows a triptych including a photo of Zombie filming 2001's House of 1000 Corpses, the trilogy's first entry, which introduced the murderous Firefly family, as well as of him shooting the following two movies. The director used hashtags pertaining to returning actors Bill Mosely, Danny Trejo, Sid Haig and Sheri Moon Zombie, but has yet to announce a release date for the highly anticipated film.

Zombie's current creative endeavors aren't limited to cinema, though, as he has a new album on the way this year, as well. Guitarist John 5 hyped it up last week, saying that the untitled record is "wrapped, mixed, mastered, and heavy, and hooky, and musical, and badass." Zombie turned 54 this past Saturday, January 12th. 


Three From Hell Rated R For Sadistic Violence And Graphic Nudity

  • 24 April 2019
  • by David James
  • We Got This Covered

In what has to be some of the least surprising news of the year, Rob Zombie’s follow-up to House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects, Three From Hell, has been rated R by the MPAA. Considering that those films featured necrophilia, torture, scalping, people getting their faces cut off and various other instances of extreme and disturbing violence, this was not unexpected. And, according to the ratings board, we can look forward to “strong sadistic violence, language throughout, sexual content, graphic nudity, and drug use.” Honestly, I would expect nothing less from Rob Zombie.

Right now, we don’t know a huge amount about the plot of the movie, save that it’s been confirmed that the returning cast includes Sid Haig as Captain Spaulding, Bill Moseley as Otis B Driftwood and Sheri Moon Zombie as Vera-Ellen “Baby” Firefly. Also, it seems that a large portion of the

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10 Best Killer Dog Movies, Ranked By IMDb

One long-running subgenre of horror films includes the deadly dog creature feature. Dating back to the 1939 adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles, the subgenre continued to increase in ferocity over the years and decades until legendary horror scribe Stephen King injected new rabid life into it with Cujo in 1983.

RELATED: 10 Stephen King TV Adaptations, Ranked According To IMDb

In the years between and after, the killer canine subgenre continued to proliferate. Some of the films in the subgenre are unspeakable awful, while others genuinely succeed in underscoring the visceral fear of a pet pooch gone bad.

10 Devil Dog: The Hound Of Hell (1978) 5.2

Underrated filmmaker Curtis Harrington directed several worthy horror films in his day. One such title includes the 1978 TV movie Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell, in which a rabid German Shephard goes on a murder spree after being possessed by Satan.

When Mike (Richard Crenna) realizes his new pet dog is acting strangely, he learns the beast is an immortal satanic minion with a penchant for human blood and the ability to control people's minds. The lunacy of the plot is made up for by the intense dog attacks and genuine dread it causes among its characters and viewers alike.

9 Man's Best Friend (1993) 5.2

An ideal companion piece to Cujo is Man's Best Friend, a horror film that criticizes animal cruelty in the name of scientific research. When Lori (Ally Sheedy) adopts a medically abused Tibetan Mastiff named Max, he violently slaughters a mugger who accosts her that night.

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As Lori and Max grow closer, she slowly realizes he has been genetically altered with predatory DNA and is prone to hyper-violent attacks as a result. With a terrifying mixture of grisly violence combined with genuine sympathy for murderous Max, the film is both scary and endearing at once.

8 The Pack (1977) 5.9

Not to be confused with the 2015 killer canine film of the same name, the '70s version of The Pack is one of the most brutal PG-rated horror films on record. The film follows vacationers at Seal Island resort, where they are accosted by a vicious pack of neglected dogs that turns into cannibalistic beasts.

The well-made movie stars Joe Don Baker as Jerry, a family man who must protect his family from the lethal canine onslaught. Like Man's Best Friend, the movie does a good job of making the audience both terrified of and sympathetic with the abandoned and poorly treated killer dogs.

7 Cujo (1983) 6.1

While it's more famous than the others, Cujo ranks in the lower half of the best killer dog movies, according to IMDb. Based on the Stephen King bestseller, the film traces the hyper-violent descent into madness a cuddly St. Bernard experiences after being infected by rabies.

Cujo has gained a reputation for being one of the gnarliest domestic pets gone awry horror movies. Aside from the visceral terror inflicted by Cujo's bloody attacks, the film makes a lasting emotional impact due to the heartened relationship between Donna (Dee Wallace) and her desperate attempt to keep her five-year-old son Tad (Danny Pintauro) safe from his favorite childhood pet.

6 Good Boy (2020) 6.3

Technically a feature film-length episode of Hulu's horror anthology Into The Dark, Good Boy takes a refreshingly comedic approach to its deadly dog story. Judy Greer stars as Maggie, a journalist who is advised to get an emotional support dog following a setback at work.

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When Maggie soon learns that her cute little pet terrier starts gorily pulverizing everyone who is mean to her, she becomes reinvigorated and starts to overcome her anxiety. Fusing sidesplitting humor with heart-pounding horror, Good Boy is a light and breezy horror film with a huge bite.

5 Trapped (1973) 6.7

James Brolin stars in the above-average TV movie Trapped in which he plays a man who is robbed and beaten unconscious in a department store after hours. When he comes to, he realizes he's locked in the store alone with six voracious attack dogs.

Written and directed by Frank De Felitta, the most fun part of the movie is seeing how Chuck (Brolin) methodically brings the dogs down, one by one, in a variety of different ways. Beyond that, the sheer terror of being outnumbered six to one by man-eating Dobermans is the stuff of legitimate nightmares.

4 Baxter (1989) 6.9

Baxter is an obscure French horror-comedy about a baleful Bull Terrier who will stop at nothing to be adopted by a new owner. After being given to an elderly woman by a family member, Baxter plans a sinister way to get rid of her.

Afterward, Baxter is given to the woman's neighbor, only to grow discontent and become brutally ballistic in short order. The mordant humor and stinging violence are handled in a deft manner by director Jerome Boivin, making for a fun, dark, and unpredictable killer dog comedy that every fan of the subgenre should see.

3 White God (2014) 6.9

To label the Hungarian film White God as just a killer dog film would be a reductive disservice to the brilliance of director Kornel Mundruzco's vision. The bizarre fantasy drama follows the journey of Hagen, a SharPei-Labrador hybrid who begins as a guard dog for a 13-year-old girl named Lili (Zsofia Psotta).

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When Lili's dog kicks Hagen out on the street, he allies with several hundred nomadic dogs until he is consigned to a life of violent crime by a ruthless criminal. The performance of Hagen alone is worth the price of admission in a must-see tale of ultimate friendship.

2 White Dog (1982) 7.1

The aforementioned White God was originally named White Dog but was renamed out of respect for Samuel Fuller, the director of the 1982 original. As lean, mean, and unrelenting as can be, it tells the tale of a white German Shepherd that has been trained to kill only black people.

When black dog-trainer Keys (Paul Winfield) adopts the dog, he is tasked with deprogramming the killer dog and retrain him. The task is much more difficult than he thinks at first, as the dog continues to maim and murder. But, over time, Keys is able to get through to the animal and cure him. The cutting social commentary and grisly violence make the movie a winner.

1 The Hound Of The Baskervilles (1939) 7.5

While the 1959 Hammer Horror movie remake is a worthy contender, the original Hound of the Baskervilles remains the first and best killer dog film, according to IMDb.

With a trailblazing story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the film follows the iconic Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) and Doctor Watson (Nigel Bruce) as they investigate a horrifying hellhound. The eerie fog-drenched atmosphere, top-notch performances, and genuinely thrilling mystery make this the definitive killer dog movie.

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3 from Hell

For S from Hell, a nickname given to the Screen Gems logo, see Screen Gems.

2019 American horror film

3 from Hell is a 2019 American horror film written, co-produced, and directed by Rob Zombie. It is the third installment in the Firefly trilogy, which began with House of 1000 Corpses (2003), and stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Bill Moseley, Richard Brake and Sid Haig. Ten years have passed since the events of The Devil's Rejects (2005). The plot follows an incarcerated Otis Driftwood and Baby Firefly being freed by Otis's half-brother, after barely surviving a police shootout a decade ago.

Unlike the previous installments, 3 from Hell was given a special three-night theatrical engagement through Fathom Events from September 16–18, 2019, and it received a mixed response from film critics.[4] Since it grossed nearly $2 million, Fathom Events gave it a one-night release on October 14, before the film was released on home video the following day. This was the last film of Haig's that was released in his lifetime, before his death on September 21, 2019; only five days after the film's release.


The film opens with several news reports about the Firefly family's murderous rampage. Through the reports, it is revealed that Baby, Otis, and Captain Spaulding miraculously survived their shootout with the police and that they will be tried for their crimes. The trial is widely covered nationwide and becomes a cause célèbre, resulting in the organization of protests that insist the trio's innocence. Numerous fanatics also adopt the chant "Free the Three", claiming that their crimes were committed as a means to fight against the system. Despite this, all three are found guilty and sentenced to life in prison. In addition to the final verdict, Captain Spaulding is executed via lethal injection. Otis' half-brother, Winslow Foxworth "Foxy" Coltrane, shows up to help Otis escape from prison while he is outside doing work on a chain gang. In the process, Otis kills Rondo, who was also on the chain gang after having been arrested some time after the end of the previous film and been sent to the same prison, but did not recognize Otis. Meanwhile, Baby unsuccessfully seeks parole, as her mental state has further deteriorated since her incarceration.

Once free, Otis and Foxy begin planning to free Baby from prison. To accomplish this, they kidnap the family and friends of the prison's warden, Virgil Dallas Harper. Otis and Foxy demand that Harper help Baby sneak out of prison or they will murder everyone they hold hostage. Harper follows their commands and sneaks Baby out of prison by disguising her as a guard. However, once Baby is freed, Otis and Foxy decide to eliminate the loose ends and kill all the hostages, as well as Harper. Now united, the three are undecided as to what to do next but eventually decide to flee to Mexico, a decision that is made more pressing due to Baby's growing instability.

Otis, Baby, and Foxy manage to successfully cross the border and flee to a small town in Mexico that is celebrating the Day of the Dead and hole up in the town's lone hotel. They briefly worry about being recognized but dismiss these concerns, unaware that the hotel's owner has in fact recognized them and has alerted Rondo's son, Aquarius, to their location. The owner keeps them occupied with both the celebration and local prostitutes, while Aquarius heads out to the location with several henchmen in tow. The following morning, Baby bonds with a local worker, Sebastian, who notices Aquarius's arrival. He warns Baby of the danger before running to warn Otis, just as Aquarius's men break into the whorehouse. Otis and Sebastian hold off the attackers until Foxy arrives and rescues them both. Otis separates from them, managing to successfully find the hotel owner and kill him. During this time, Baby manages to kill several of Aquarius's men using a bow and arrow set she took from Harper's house. Eventually, Foxy and Baby are outmatched by Aquarius and taken prisoner. During this, Aquarius tells Sebastian he's not worth the bullet and leaves him for dead. Aquarius and his remaining goons use Baby and Foxy to draw Otis out into the open.

Otis appears and squares off against one of Aquarius's men in a knife fight, while Sebastian sneaks up and silently frees both Foxy and Baby. This enrages Aquarius, distracting his man in the knife fight and allowing Otis to gain the upper hand. He, Baby, and Foxy manage to overpower Aquarius; however, Sebastian is shot and killed in the process. The film ends with the trio immolating Aquarius before walking off into the Mexican town.


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Principal photography began on March 13, 2018[18] and wrapped on April 10, 2018.[19] The Sybil Brand Institute in Los Angeles, a decommissioned women's prison, served as one filming location.

Post-production was postponed five months to allow completion of Zombie's and Marilyn Manson's tour. The editing process began on September 11, 2018 with sound mixing commencing on March 15, 2019, and completed by the end of April.

According to Rob Zombie, Sid Haig was originally going to have a larger role, but was unable to commit for the whole film due to health issues. As a result, the script was rewritten to introduce Richard Brake's character to take his place.[20] Haig passed away shortly after the film was released on September 21, 2019.[21]


The soundtrack was composed by Zeuss and was released by Waxwork Records on vinyl.[22]


The first trailer was released in June 2019. Fathom Events held an unrated three-day theatrical release from September 16–18, 2019. The first night featured a special video introduction with Zombie and a commemorative poster. The second featured a behind-the-scenes look at a making-of and all Cinemark locations will be distributing an exclusive bumper sticker designed by Zombie. The third night included a double feature of 3 from Hell and The Devil's Rejects.[23]

The film earned $1.92 million which was successful enough that Fathom Events announced plans to return the film to theaters on October 14.[24]

Critical response

On review aggregatorRotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 58% based on 38 reviews, with an average rating of 5.60/10. The website's critics consensus reads: "3 from Hell may be of interest to fans of the trilogy, but those not already on board with Rob Zombie's gory saga will find little to lure them in here."[25] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 50 out of 100, based on 5 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[4]

Scout Tafoya of awarded the film four out of four stars, referring to it as Zombie's "most earnest and laid back nightmare yet."[26] Shawn Garrett of Rue Morgue, while conceding that there are "no surprises here," deemed the film "a fitfully entertaining exercise in 'more of the same' as grimy crime film".[27] Cody Hamman awarded the film seven out of ten, writing: "While I do still wish the ending of The Devil's Rejects had been the end for these characters, I did find 3 from Hell to be a decent sequel."[28] During the premiere, Kevin Smith called the film "horror heaven."[29]

Luke Y. Thompson of Forbes said of the main actors "all three deserve better than re-quel hell."[30] Meagan Navarro of Consequence of Sound wrote, "Having been down these exact same roads before, the climax is bereft of any tension and the time the end credits roll, you feel it."[31] A.A. Dowd of The A.V. Club found the film unnecessary, giving it a D+ and calling it "a slow death by nostalgia."[32] Similarly, John Squires of Bloody Disgusting awarded the film one-and-a-half skulls out of five, writing: "3 from Hell is proof that sometimes in horror, dead really is better."[33]Comics Beat reviewer Edward Douglas deemed the film "easily, the worst movie of the year."[34]

Home media

It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 15, 2019.[35] Streaming rights are exclusive to Shudder, to which it was added on February 13, 2020.[36]

Awards and nominations


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  11. ^"RobZombieofficial on Instagram: "Casting news update: zombie regular Jeff Daniel Phillips is back. #3fromhell #robzombie #jeffdanielphillips"". Instagram. Retrieved 2018-04-06.
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  13. ^"RobZombieofficial on Instagram: "Another of shooting 3 From Hell is done. Yes, Emilio Rivera has joined our cast. I wonder how he fits in? #robzombie #3fromhell…"". Instagram. Retrieved 2018-04-06.
  14. ^"RobZombieofficial on Instagram: "Some of you already guessed it. Clint Howard has joined the cast of 3 From Hell. #robzombie #3fromhell #clinthoward"". Instagram. Retrieved 2018-04-06.
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  16. ^"RobZombieofficial on Instagram: "Good old Schizo-Head from 31 David Ury has joined the cast of 3 From Hell. #robzombie #3fromhell #davidury"". Instagram. Retrieved 2018-04-06.
  17. ^"RobZombieofficial on Instagram: "That's right folks! El Superbeasto himself @tompapa has joined the cast of 3 From Hell. #robzombie #3fromhell #tompapa"". Instagram. Retrieved 2018-04-06.
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  19. ^Squires, John (April 12, 2018). "As Filming Ends, Bill Moseley Raves That '3 from Hell' is a Rob Zombie Masterpiece". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved April 13, 2018.
  20. ^Collis, Clark. "Rob Zombie reveals 'complete chaos' behind the creation of Devil's Reject's sequel 3 from Hell".
  21. ^"Horror icon Sid Haig, actor from 'House of 1,000 Corpses,' dies at 80". Retrieved 2019-09-23.
  22. ^Chapstick, Kelsey (11 June 2019). "ROB ZOMBIE'S '3 FROM HELL': HEAR 3 CHILLING NEW SONGS FROM MOVIE SOUNDTRACK". Revolver Magazine. Retrieved 11 August 2020.
  23. ^Hipes, Patrick (June 2, 2019). "Rob Zombie's '3 From Hell' Sets September Release In Fathom Deal". Deadline. Retrieved September 7, 2019.
  24. ^Mendelson, Scott (September 20, 2019). "Box Office: Rob Zombie's '3 From Hell' Will Return To Theaters After $1.92 Million Three-Day Gross". Forbes. Retrieved September 20, 2019.
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  27. ^Garrett, Shawn M. (September 17, 2019). "REVIEW: "3 FROM HELL" (OR…ROB ZOMBIE CASHES IN)". Rue Morgue. Retrieved September 18, 2019.
  28. ^Hamman, Cody (September 16, 2019). "3 From Hell (Movie Review)". Retrieved September 17, 2019.
  29. ^Sprague, Mike (September 18, 2019). "Kevin Smith calls 3 From Hell "Horror Heaven"". Retrieved September 18, 2019.
  30. ^Thompson, Luke Y. (September 17, 2019). "Review: '3 From Hell' Sees Rob Zombie Go On Auto-Pilot". Forbes. Retrieved September 24, 2019.
  31. ^Navarro, Meagan (September 17, 2019). "Film Review: Rob Zombie's 3 From Hell Is a Meandering Repeat". Consequence of Sound. Retrieved September 18, 2019.
  32. ^Dowd, A.A. (September 17, 2019). "Rob Zombie unleashes The Devil's Rejects again in the tedious sequel 3 From Hell". The A.V. Club. Retrieved September 18, 2019.
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  34. ^Douglas, Edward (September 17, 2019). "REVIEW: Rob Zombie's 3 From Hell could be the worst movie of the year". Comics Beat. Retrieved September 18, 2019.
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  37. ^"2019 Fright Meter Award Winners". Fright Meter Awards. Retrieved September 9, 2020.

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