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Brand-New Images From Rob Zombie’s 31 Bring The Carnie Carnage!

Rob Zombie's 31

Ahead of its’ upcoming, much-anticipated theatrical release on September 16th, we’ve got a whole host of new images from Rob Zombie’s 31 for you to feast your eyes upon.

The pics, courtesy of Bloody Disgusting, give a glimpse into the mad, carnival-esque world at the heart of the flick, with plenty of bloody mayhem at its core, as is Zombie’s wont.

Check out a couple of our favourites below.

Rob Zombie's 31 carnival

Rob Zombie's 31 kidnap

The full gallery of pics are over on Bloody Disgusting.

Zombie submitted 31 to the MPAA at least three times before escaping the dreaded NC-17 classification. But he eventually succeeded in securing an R-rating and doesn’t feel that he had to compromise his vision. The film will enjoy a limited theatrical release beginning September 16th, 2016. UK fans can catch it on VOD from September 23rd.

The flick also enjoyed a massive, one-night-only pre-release in Stateside theaters nationwide on September 1st.

In addition to Richard Brake, 31 also stars Lew Temple (Devil’s Rejects), Lawrence Hilton Jacobs (Otis), Sheri Moon Zombie (Lords of Salem), Malcolm McDowell (Clockwork Orange), Judy Geeson (Lords of Salem), Meg Foster (They Live), Daniel Roebuck  (Phantasm: Ravager), Michael “Redbone” Alcott (The Devil’s Rejects), Jeffrey Daniel Phillips (Lords of Salem), and more.

31 is set in 1975. The project zeroes in on five people kidnapped in the days leading up to Halloween. They are brought to a place called Murder World where they must fight for their survival by playing a deadly game called 31. To win, the ‘contestants’ must kill their opponents over a 12-hour period. Their adversaries are comprised of a group of sadistic killer clowns.

In the Wicked Horror review of the flick, out of Frightfest 2016, it was described as “relentlessly entertaining, brilliantly bloody, carnie carnage with a career-defining performance from Richard Brake at its heart”.

You can check out our full review of 31 right here.

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Slasher fanatic Joey Keogh has been writing since she could hold a pen, and watching horror movies even longer. Aside from making a little home for herself at Wicked Horror, Joey also writes for Birth.Movies.Death, The List, and Vague Visages among others. Her actual home boasts Halloween decorations all year round. Hello to Jason Isaacs.
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