Alice and rob zombie album - Yes or no?

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Alice and rob zombie album - Yes or no?

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No
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Post by Splinter Cell » Wed May 10, 2006 5:56 pm

It's not a question of Alice beig hardcore. Rob is a hack. i'd rather see Alice team up with Wednesday 13 anyday of the week than Rob Zombie.

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Post by publicanimal#9 » Wed May 10, 2006 6:28 pm

Explain why you think Rob is a hack?
I ask cause I dont see it. :)
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Post by Splinter Cell » Wed May 10, 2006 7:33 pm

Answer: House Of 1,000 Corpses.

It wasn't really the Horror Masterpiece people think it is. You ever see Saw or The Grudge? Better movies all around. lol

The southern fried, backwoods, gorefest of the late 70's plotstyle is tired. I don't know why Rob is so hung up on it but believe me, from a film and acting student (reminder: 5 min to class) HO1kC could have been written better. It was cliche from start to finish and honestly, Dr. Satan????

Napolean was a better villian ;) And he was French.




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Post by publicanimal#9 » Wed May 10, 2006 8:29 pm

Yeah ok lol Dr. Satan was dumb.
I admit it wasnt the greatest. It was only ok in my eyes. But theres worse and it doesnt make him a hack. He writes great lyrics at times, and some of his songs have a good beat. that film was his first...lets see how he does with other things. At least he could give alice greater publicity and funding if he were to do something with him. Saw, idea was good, film was bad acting sucked. Grudge was wicked.
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