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It sure sounds fun: a band of carnies road trippin’ on a sunny Halloween day in 1976—just a freewheelin’, magical mystery tour of good times and better weed. But this here mellow is getting harshed, baby. First, the sky gets darker. And then everything else does, too.

Our huckster heroes are forced to match wits with a fiendish crew of psychobilly fascists who love chaos, pain, and greasepaint. And the audience is up against an equally unpredictable opponent in writer and director Rob Zombie. With characteristic flair and zero remorse, Zombie rips the wings off of his little counterculture butterflies, baring their true, animal natures—not to mention a shitload of viscera.

Like any nightmare, 31 is terrifying because you never know what’s coming next. But here’s a little hint: don’t get too attached to anyone or anything, especially body parts. Those knives are sharp as hell.

YEAR 2015

SECTION Midnight

COUNTRY U.S.A.

RUN TIME 102 min

COMPANY ALCHEMY

EMAIL Jennifer.lopez@ouralchemy.com

PHONE (424) 281-3817

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Artist Bio

Rob Zombie

A filmmaker with unlimited vision, Rob Zombie’s unique voice has gained him unparalleled recognition across the mediums of film, music, and publishing. Zombie has previously directed Halloween, Halloween II, House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, and The Lords of Salem, and he was the first self-directed artist to win an MTV Video Music Award. As a musician, Zombie is a seven-time Grammy-nominated recording artist who has sold over 15 million albums worldwide.