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Rob Zombie's Superbeasto Slams Home
Source:Anchor Bay Entertainment
July 7, 2009

Anchor Bay Entertainment will release The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, the feature-length animated film from writer-director Rob Zombie on DVD and Blu-ray September 22.

A longtime pet project of Zombie (based on his comic book of the same name), The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, is the twisted tale of El Superbeasto (voiced by Tom Papa), a former world class masked wrestler with super human strength, who now finds himself in the very ordinary capacity as producer/director/star of BeastoWorld Enterprises. But when he can, Beasto spends time fighting evil along with his with his super-sexy sister, Suzi X (Sheri Moon Zombie), in the spooky Monsterland. Our hefty hero faces his biggest battle when he struggles to stop the unholy marriage of foul-mouthed stripper Velvet Von Black (Rosario Dawson) and the diabolical Dr. Satan (Paul Giamatti). Will all hell break loose or will our man save the day? The answer can only be found in The Haunted World of El Superbeasto.

Bill Moseley, Sid Haig, Daniel Roebuck, Harland Williams, Cassandra Peterson, Clint Howard, Dee Wallace, Rob Paulsen, Tura Satana, and Danny Trejo also lend their vocal talents.

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Posted by: J Tryon on July 7, 2009 at 13:58:33

its about time he releases this

Posted by: Nunya on July 7, 2009 at 14:21:25

Let the hate begin...

Posted by: Mass on July 7, 2009 at 14:22:50

Is this the T-Rex project that Rob was trying to do before H2?

Dr Satan returns which sounds pretty cool!

Sounds like a great project!

ps: why does it always say i have the wrong security code on this site?! more than 10 times now ive tried to post!

Posted by: Kane Von Doom on July 7, 2009 at 14:44:17

This is not T-Rex at all. T-Rex is based off of his comic book called The Nail.

El Superbeasto is more loosely based off of characters in his other comic book called Spookshow International as far as I understand.

Posted by: Space on July 7, 2009 at 15:12:19

I'm sorry, but I've had enough of Sheri Moon Zombie. When Rob is capable of doing something without putting his wife in it, then let me know. She's a drain on everything. Sure, she's a pretty face to look at...but I find her roles annoying in his work. Just my opinion though.

Posted by: Mass on July 7, 2009 at 15:50:39

Ah right, my bad...

This a Spumco production?? looks very ren n stimpy.

Posted by: Vortex on July 7, 2009 at 16:23:26

I was thinking the same thing... this looks like Ren and Stimpy all the way.

Posted by: JJ on July 7, 2009 at 16:29:39

Sheri is hot even as a cartoon

Posted by: A sshole of A ssholes on July 7, 2009 at 17:00:27

Does it strike anyone else as odd how most of Rob's projects, involve wrestling in some way? Devil's Reject's had two former (if you DDP is still retired) wrestlers in it. T-Rex & El Superbeasto both center around wrestlers, and H2 has two wrestlers in it.

Posted by: DarrenSuds on July 7, 2009 at 17:48:43

Alot of people accuse Zombie of putting Sheri Moon Zombie in all his movies because she is his wife, but I disagree. All of his movies have the same core cast which she is a part of.

Posted by: joe asylo on July 7, 2009 at 18:25:14

hey bato have been waiting for this in a long time.

Posted by: ZombieSixx on July 7, 2009 at 20:04:53

I believe this film was made with some of the same people who have worked on Spongebob Squarepants animation...weird

Posted by: M on July 7, 2009 at 20:42:31

Zombie's stated in an interview seen on this site why he always puts the same people in his works, his (NOW) wife is no different. It's a lot more comfortable to work with the same people again, specially as a director. You know how the people move and look and all that crap. Way I see it, and he's not saying it himself, is that Zombie is still VERY unsure of himself as a director so to use the same people over and over it gives him the opportunity to not worry about how good he is with then, that's been taken care of.

I liken him to horrors Kevin Smith. No one gives Smith crap (Well, maybe not any more) for essentially putting most of his friends in all of his movies and then peppering in some new faces here and there. We've just come to accept it and they do a great job with the stories they tell. Same with Zombie and his crew. Its just easier to work with people you know.

It's also a lot more fun to have a family-like cast then just a group of people looking for a paycheck. Most of these people are getting a real shot because of Zombie instead of being bit players, or even non-actors at all.. Most of these people will probably work for him as a favor, for little to no money or just for something fun to do (since it seems like their time on these movies is pretty fun), which really keeps the talent budget down. Lets face it they aren't really giving him a HUGE budget for the movies he's doing.

Posted by: Some Guy on July 7, 2009 at 23:32:36

^^^ I agree ^^^

And also so Zombie can get some blowjobs between takes.

Posted by: Some Guy on July 7, 2009 at 23:35:29

Oh, who am I kidding... The whole crew is getting some. Anyway, one of the writers/directors is Mr. Lawrence, known from Rocko's Modern Life!!! He was a director/writer/and Filbert.

Posted by: FRANK BOOTH on July 8, 2009 at 00:34:46

Great comic, been waiting a long time for this to finally come out. Rob Zombie has Halloween coming in Aug, Superbeasto dvd in Sept and a new cd in Oct. (pretty busy guy)

Posted by: yea on July 8, 2009 at 02:51:26

**** sheri moon zombie and not in a lovely porno way.

Posted by: CCR on July 8, 2009 at 09:55:13


that's been a motif of comedy movies for decades; comedy benefits from this type of thing, horror movies do NOT

Posted by: GW on July 8, 2009 at 10:15:42


Would you mind explaining why comedies can benefit but horror films can't?

If you want a more mainstream example of reusing the same people, look at the vaunted Martin Scorsese and his frequent use of Leo DiCaprio.

Bottom line is, this industry is full of self-serving *******s who will turn on you the moment you stop serving their purpose. Guys like Smith and Zombie use the same people because it spares them that. And to a degree, it spares them the "rules" and "politics" that men like these guys despise so much. They prefer to do it their way and on their terms. And it works well for them.

Posted by: Nunya on July 8, 2009 at 11:01:45

Yeah, GW, I hate when people state **** like CCR and don't explain their reasoning behind it. I don't see why it would serve comedies and not horror movies. That's utterly ridiculous and makes no sense. It's just another Rob Zombie/Sherie Moon hater statement.

Posted by: hotzodpockets on July 8, 2009 at 11:05:38

How about Zombie arrange for THE DEVIL'S REJECTS crew to meet Woodey Harrelson's NATURAL BORN KILLERS? Two demented groups & pychopaths in a free-for-all battle royal! ;)

Posted by: party in my hand on July 8, 2009 at 14:57:53



Posted by: GW on July 8, 2009 at 20:40:32

@ hotzodpockets

You know, that's a damn good idea.

Posted by: Dutch on July 10, 2009 at 12:21:06

I hate Zombie. I hate his wife. I hate all the actors he works with. I hate all of his movies; they are too off the beaten path. Why can't he use Megan Fox instead of Sheri? That would make me feel better. Why can't every filmmake gear their films to my personal taste? I am awesome.

Posted by: IHEthe1st on July 10, 2009 at 14:38:42

Rob Zombie rocks no matter how many jack@sses say he sucks. They can howl at the SheriMoon, kick, stop, blow hot air out their asses in hopes someone thinks they have more than **** for brains, but it wont' change a thing. Zombie rocks. His imagery is gritty and haunting, making over the top seem like a tangible and possible reality in real life. That is why he is so good. That is why his movies haunt me. House of a 1000 was, I think, my favorite. How twisted and just, amazing was that. It almost seems like he was a fly on the wall in some freak household taking notes, like it was some twisted biography. CLASSIC. If I had to be stabbed, no choice, I would pray I had a bunny suit to put on first.

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