The Zombie Horror Picture Show
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The Zombie Horror Picture Show, available on Blu-ray, DVD and longform digital video, puts the viewer at the center of the hot and nasty action for a blistering set of 16 Rob Zombie classics, including 'Dragula', 'Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Super Town', 'Living Dead Girl', 'More Human Than Human' and the crushing cover of Grand Funk Railroad's 'We're An American Band' from the seven-time Grammy® nominee's Top 10 2013 album, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor.
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This is an awesome performance by a truly unique artist. Rob Zombie is an original in today's music scene, and this video helps prove that. This is more than a music video, it is a document of amazing proportions. The film is stylized in many different ways that make it more unique than any concert video I have viewed recently. The picture ranges from crystal clear HD to old looking monster movie film effects all while still proving to be a modern production. The stage costumes and stage effects are truly remarkable. Sound is also amazing on this blu ray. Three choices are available on the menu, including a rumbling DTS master 5.1 HD option that will rattle your walls. A short note for any parents out there, this video does include a fair amount of female nudity from some of the more adventurous concert goers. Doesn't bother me any, just wanted to point it out. Language, as expected, can also be strong at times. I would strongly suggest checking out this video from one of the most original musicians around today.
But after that, I have to tell you, this is so, so much more. This is the first concert film i've seen where the artist has turned just the replaying of a concert into what resembles a movie. Not just a band documentary with some interviews thrown in between songs. No, this is absolutelly pro. Zombie has never been one to release a film without going through the cutting room with a fine tooth comb, and putting his seal of approval on each and every piece. This concert (or pair of concerts) is no different. Stuffed together from two nights in Dallas, this show includes the very best moments from each. The sound is crisp, the guitar buzzes loud, the bass thunders, and the drums shake the walls. This band knows how to put on a show, and to have Rob Zombie as the master and commander really throws this thing into overdrive.
You really do need to see it, in order to understand fully, what is going on here. Can you enjoy it just as a Zombie show? Yes. Can you enjoy it as a Zombie film? Yes. Is it an experience like no other? YES!
Zombie fans, Metal fans, Music fans, Film buffs, come one, come all, and behold the magic and horror metal mastery that is Rob Zombie, John 5, Piggy D, and Ginger Fish!
Show : hellacious; 81' of relentless RZ and WZ material with a Grand Funk Railroad cover of ¨We Are An American Band¨ consisting mainly of the national anthem played on guitar with the teeth !! The editing is fast but cool, you won't get dizzy from it and yes there are a lot of low-def takes for effect but are very short and wisely intercalated not to ruin the overall experience; matter of fact as a fan of his movies and used to his videoclips as I am and knowing the man himself directed the movie I totally loved the whole videoclip, shock-rock, comic-book aesthetics and never expected clean, sterile footage to begin with. Rob even rides some animatronic, high-budget sci-fi animals on stage, the show was surely very expensive to produce!!!
Some reviewer pointed out the band can't be seen because of either the low light or the strong light emitted by the led screens behind them but if your tv is properly calibrated like mine none of that is true. Most people use overdriven brightness and contrast so this kind of shows just won't look good. The show really pops with colors; the chroma is just perfect.
Sound : loud and clear and the overall tonal balance is just perfect in 2.0. Can't comment on the other mixes because I love frontal sound and just hate surround for concerts.
If you want something akin to a Rush concert, give it a pass. But if you are a fan and understand and share Rob's idiosincracy, you gotta buy it, period. You wont regret it, guaranteed.
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Nothing special. The set list is good, but Rob just isn't a very strong live singer. Having seen concert videos before, this is more of the same. Read morePublished 5 months ago by K-Pop Fan
Here's another incredible DVD by Rob Zombie. For any fan who wasn't able to see his amazing Spookshow International tour, I'm absolutely recommending this. Read morePublished 8 months ago by George Patten