Poll: What is Rob Zombie better at?
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Music
43 61%
Movies
27 39%
Voters: 70.
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#1
I just got done watching Halloween 2 and I was think is Rob Zombie better at making movies or music? So pit I pass the question to you.
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#3
I really don't care.
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#4
Movies, although I only really enjoyed Ho1KC and The Devil's Rejects. Those films were great. I'm not so much a fan of his music, although I do listen to it on occasion.
#5
he's not really that great at either.. but he lives like 20 minutes from me. it's cool. like all my friends have met him. i haven't, but i'm not a fan so it's not that big of a deal.
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#6
Not really a fan of Rob Zombie, but his music is better. Don't watch horror movies
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#8
I saw the first one and I laughed throughout the entire movie.

So I think that means he fails hard.
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#9
The original Halloween was better...
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#10
I think they're both pretty equally bad.

You need a neither option in your survey, by the looks of it.
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#12
I enjoyed House of 1000 Corpses and didn't mind Devil's Rejects, but I didn't like the Halloween remake and didn't even see the second one.
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#13
I'm not the biggest Rob Zombie fan.

Music: I've only heard some of his hits and he has some pretty catchy stuff. I saw him in concert (some festival) and he is an awesome performer. That was before I heard any of his music but I had a great time.

Movies: I think he is a better filmmaker than musician. House off 100 Corpses is a terrible movie in general. Halloween sucked. Its sequel was worse. The Devil's Rejects was awesome. Not just a great horror movie, but a good film in general. So why am I saying that I like him as a filmmaker when his good to bad ration is only 1:3? because Rejects is that good. He seriously has the potential to be a great filmmaker if he makes more mature movies that stray from the norm. Out of all his movies, rejects is the only one that doesn't take the derivative route of having young people in danger. He is gonna remake the blob which will most likely suck, but his project after that is going to be Tyrannosaurus Rex. Its supposed to be a really violent film about an underground boxer or something like that.

tl;dr: his music is ok but his career as a filmmaker is still growing and he has showed potential to be good if he puts out some original stories.
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#14
Music fo sho'

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#15
I'd say his music. He's pretty great at both IMO.

Music... He's easily capable of being in my top five favorite artists. I like most of his discography and his shows are pretty amazing. Movies... I hated House of 1000 Corpses. That movie was so stupid. Devil's Rejects is one of my favorite movies, and I loved both of the Halloween remakes.
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#16
He isn't remaking the blob anymore. He is doing a movie called the Lords of Salem.


To the guy who said I need a neither on the poll. The question was what he was better at, not whether he was good or not.
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To the guy who said I need a neither on the poll. The question was what he was better at, not whether he was good or not.


i think his point is that the "neither" option would imply they are about equal.
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#20
He's better with music, but he's a pretty good filmmaker as well.

He puts on an amazing live show though. He was the best performer at Mayhem last year.
#21
oh my god, his remake of halloween was the biggest joke...

it ws good for the unintentional comedy for the few half hour or so, but then it just gets to a total waste of time

i remember how much i loved dragula when i was ten years old, but uh, that was when i was ten years old
#22
He's terrible at both.
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#24
He ruined Halloween, and I've never liked his music.

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#26
i prefer his music over his movies definitely (although i thought his take on Halloween was ok)

i often feel like my innocence has been stolen every time i watch one of his movies.
i also had the unfortunate experience of watching one of his animated films(cant remember the title)and i was dissappoint...his films are just a bit much i think.

i would rather get ear-raped by his music than eye/ear-raped by one of his films
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#28
Movies.

To date I have seen one film by Rob Zombie, and it was enjoyable. By contrast, I have heard several Rob Zombie tracks, none of which were enjoyable.
#29
Can't comment on his movies as I haven't seen any but I'm really beginning to get into his music. I used to find it a bit boring but the more I listen the more it grows on me.
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#31
I've never listened to his music but he makes some of the worst movies i have ever seen.
#32
Rob Zombie is great at creating an image, and atmosphere. I'd say he's better at music.

The Devil's Rejects was good, nothing else has really impressed me in his films. I haven't seen Lords of Salem yet.
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#33
If we are talking about White Zombie era, sure, he's better at making music.

Right now he's not good at all. The Halloween remakes were terrible.
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#39
music, but that's not generally saying much
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