Rob Zombie's Three From Hell Delivers Gory Goods In Full Trailer

"I'm just a clown dancing for the sins of mankind!"

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The full trailer for Rob Zombie's Three From Hell is here. The movie is the sequel to Zombie's 2005 horror favorite The Devil's Rejects, and it once more follows the gory exploits of depraved maniacs Captain Spaulding, "Baby" Firefly, and Otis Driftwood.

While the new trailer doesn't reveal that more about the plot than last month's first teaser, it's packed with wild, gaudy, and violent footage. It reveals that the trio somehow survived the avalanche of bullets that met them at the end of the last film. They are imprisoned for their terrible crimes but inevitably escape. More mayhem ensues--if you've seen either The Devil's Rejects or its predecessor House of 1000 Corpses, you'll know what to expect. Check the trailer out below.

Three From Hell stars Sid Haig, Sheri Moon-Zombie, and Bill Moseley as the murderous trio, plus Danny Trejo (Machete), Emilio Rivera (Mayans MC), Richard Brake (Kingsmen: The Secret Service), and Dee Wallace (ET: The Extra Terrestrial). It'll be in theaters for three days only from September 17 to 19, with a series of special events lined up for each screening.

In a recent interview with Metal Hammer, Zombie stated that the film wouldn't just be a copy of The Devil's Rejects. "The second was so different to the first one, and I wanted the third one to be different yet again," he said, via Bloody Disgusting. "If you're just retreading the same movie for a profit, that's a bummer."

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Elranzer

I loved both movies, and will see the third one. But...

The fact that they "somehow survived" the ending of The Devil's Rejects kinda invalidates both the satisfying deaths, as well as that brief moment before death where Baby pictured them all living normal, non-insane lives, then cutting back to her insane real life and being gunned down.

Props for getting back the original cast.

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JustTheTip

And once again the video doesn’t want to play on GameSpot’s buggy-ass video player. Off to YouTube.

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wtf_666

@justthetip: Plays fine for me using Firefox on Macbook Pro. Never had any problems with it.

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waltdawg443

Oooooo. I had no idea he was making a third. I was a much bigger fan of House of 1000 Corpses than I was of Devil's Rejects (idk why the latter is the one that's always called out as a "favorite" when his movies are talked about, maybe because media folks think it has a catchier title?), but I'll for sure check this out.

BTW, for anyone else who enjoys the man's film making, Lords of Salem and 31 were both excellent, despite having a super limited release. Well worth checking out if you're a fan.

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Elranzer

@waltdawg443: The fans loved the quirkiness and insanity of House of 1000 Corpses. The critics conversely loved that The Devil's Rejects was a very serious and artsy film.

They applauded that Rob Zombie could do a 180 from his almost music video style from House of 1000 Corpses to the serious tone of The Devil's Rejects.

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aross2004

@waltdawg443: Loved 31, but really felt like the ending didn't play fair.

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Pyrosa

Just saw another of his live concerts... The man is still an amazing performer. Lots of top-shelf video, graphics, electronic gadgets, and even vaguely GWAR-like costumes (less cuttlefish). Dude must do yoga; he flips and folds himself like a taco w/ease while belting out songs.

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aross2004

While I love the first 2 movies, (and am actually stoked for this one too), Rob should have just stuck with the ending to The Devil's Rejects. It just made so much sense for the Firefly's to go out in a hailstorm of bullets.

I'll still see Three From Hell though, because Rod Zombie.

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Elranzer

@aross2004: Same. Would have preferred if this were a prequel instead.