Rob Zombie's Film 'House of 1000 Corpses' Marks 20th Anniversary with Special Screenings

Evansville, Indiana, is gearing up for a spooktacular cinematic celebration as Rob Zombie's cult classic film, "House of 1000 Corpses," hits its 20th anniversary. This spine-tingling horror flick is set to grace the silver screen once again, and you don't want to miss it. Here's everything you need to know about this special event.

This screening commemorates two decades of "House of 1000 Corpses," a film that has left a lasting mark on the horror genre. Watching this cult classic on the big screen is an entirely different experience.

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The vivid visuals and eerie soundtrack will give you goosebumps. Join fellow horror enthusiasts in Evansville for a night of screams, laughs, and unforgettable moments. If you're a fan of Rob Zombie's unique style and storytelling, this event is a must-attend. See his directorial debut in all its gory glory.

Four friends embark on a quest to find offbeat tourist traps across the country—bringing them face-to-face with the murderous Firefly clan, whose house of horrors harbors an urban legend that is all too real. Starring Sheri Moon Zombie, Rainn Wilson, Sid Haig, Walton Goggins, Bill Moseley, and Karen Black. Each screening includes an exclusive featurette by writer/director Rob Zombie, providing a unique insight into his directorial debut and this cult favorite that almost didn’t see the light of day.

When and Where:

  • Date: October 8th (4pm and 7pm) and October 11th (7pm)
  • Location: AMC Evansville 16 on Pearl Drive, Evansville's West Side

Watch the trailer below (WARNING: NSFW)

Get Your Tickets: Tickets for this thrilling event are available now. You can secure your spot for the special screening at Don't wait too long; they are expected to sell out fast! Get Tickets Here.

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