Gilbert Garcia of the Phoenix New Times spoke with Rob Zombie about the decision by Universal Pictures to drop their financing of Rob’s horror film ‘House of 1000 Corpses’. The film execs were scared off six months into the project of a few years ago because of necrophilia and cannibalism suggestions. Rob suggested, “Truthfully, I think a lot of it had to do with timing. They had seen the finished product right around the time the presidential election was happening, and I know there was a lot of pressure from Washington on Hollywood, especially on Universal and all the major studios. And I think the film itself presented a lot of problems they just did not want to deal with. No one’s ever gonna admit that, but that’s really what I think it was.”
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