Sheri Moon Zombie never had any aspirations of being an actress. She was interested in doing cartoon voice overs, she says, but then a ten-year relationship that led to marriage with rock icon Rob Zombie ended all that. Thankfully, Zombie knows talent when he sees it and cast the curvaceous blonde as Baby in House of 1, Corpses , where she definitely got her hands dirty. Sheri isn't named Moon for nothing—she flashed that round, hard, meaty delight in chaps and a G-string and also when her pair of low riders gave the camera a cracking good view of her butt cleavage.
In the film, 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. One of the clowns that excites me the most is Sex-Head, played by Elizabeth Daily. The shots of her in 31 look fantastic, if not also creepy as fuck. You can feast your eyes on this trick or trick worthy image gallery below.
The first movie was more wacky and colorful and tongue-in-cheek; this one is more down and bleak and real. The film, set in , pays homage to the blood-spattered Westerns of director Sam Peckinpah, as Sheriff John Wydell character actor William Forsythe tracks the men who killed his brother. Zombie again wrote and directed, but ceded the scoring duties this time to Tyler Bates "Dawn of the Dead" so he could concentrate on the day shoot in the deserts around Los Angeles. Though the film had a lower budget than the original, Zombie said it looks like it cost 10 times more. Nothing looks creepier than a bad car accident on a bright, beautiful day.