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Rob Zombie Explains How He Ended John Carpenter Feud

10/12/2016
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Rob Zombie

(Metal Hammer) Rob Zombie has confirmed that he and veteran filmmaker John Carpenter settled their differences quickly following a public war of words. Zombie directed a remake of Carpenter's 1978 horror movie Halloween in 2007, with the former White Zombie man claiming that the director was "very cold" towards him in documentary Halloween: The Inside Story.

That led Carpenter to call Zombie a "piece of sh*t" during an interview with film students. But last month, Carpenter reported the pair had buried the hatchet - a move Zombie has also now confirmed.

The singer tells Indie Wire: "It ended so quickly. Basically, I saw something online, and he was obviously upset about something I said. But I wasn't sure what it was, because I love John. I've got nothing bad to say about him.

"I was like, 'Oh my God - what could I have possibly said? How did it get misconstrued? What was it?' I didn't know. So I immediately called him up, we talked for literally one minute, and by the end of it, it was all good." Read more here.

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