Five carnival workers are kidnapped and held hostage in an abandoned, Hell-like compound where they are forced to participate in a violent game, the goal of which is to survive twelve hours against a gang of sadistic clowns.

Director Rob Zombie

Writer Rob Zombie

Cast Malcolm McDowell, Richard Brake, Jeff Daniel Phillips

Producers Mike Elliott, Michael Sherman, Eddie Vaisman, Rob Zombie

Production Credits Joe Aliberti - Executive Producer, Robert Ogden Barnum - Executive Producer, Bradley Curneal - Executive Producer, Pat Depeters - Executive Producer, Albert T. Dickerson III - Executive Producer, Blayne Fender - Executive Producer, Kevin Frakes - Executive Producer, Glenn Garland - Co-producer, Andy Gould - Producer, Matthew Helderman - Executive Producer, Greg Holstein - Executive Producer, Matt Mandarino - Co-producer, Sarah Martin - Co-producer, Chris 'Woody' McElroy - Executive Producer, Buddy Patrick - Executive Producer, Robert 'Corpsy' Rhine - Executive Producer, Kathryn Robson - Co-producer, Brian Slagel - Executive Producer, Luke Taylor - Executive producer, Eric Thirteen - Executive Producer.

Rob Zombie

As a rock n' roll icon and filmmaker with a unique vision, Zombie has a reputation for stretching the boundaries of both music and film. Zombie is the only artist to experience unprecedented success in both arenas, having sold more than 17-million albums worldwide, been nominated for 7 Grammy’s, and written/directed six feature films with a worldwide gross of over $150 million. Zombie turned heads when he produced his controversial and critically acclaimed The Devil’s Rejects, and again when he re-imagined John Carpenter’s classic Halloween in 2007, which still holds the record for Labor Day weekend box office revenues. More recently, he crafted the psychological thriller, The Lords of Salem which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2012. Zombie also maintains a successful worldwide touring business and produces an ever-expanding annual Halloween haunted house attraction called Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare.