Zombie, who recently directed the "Torturer" for Woolite which can be seen on Facebook page if you bribe them with a like (I hate that sort of blackmail). It's a homage to the Texas Chainsaw massacre, but the object of torture are your cute pink sweaters and sensitive clothes. Zombie is the son of carnival workers, which may explain his fascination of the macabre and crazy, which he'll add to anything he touches.
Aside from Zombie’s career as a musician with his band White Zombie, his experience extends to directing all his own and the band’s music videos. Zombie has also directed, written and produced several horror flicks including House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects and the animated The Haunted World of El Superbeasto. Zombie can also be credited for many other spooky creations such as designing tattoos, drawing illustrations for CD booklets, drawing the hallucination scene in Beavis and Butt-Head Do America and designing the maze for Universal Studio's "Halloween Horror Nights".
About Original Film: Co-Founded in 1992 by Bruce Mellon, Original Film has built a well-earned reputation for creating some of the most memorable advertising. The company is led by: Executive Producers/Partners Bruce Mellon, Jeff Devlin, Joe Piccirillo, and Marc Lasko. Original Film is represented by: Jeff Devlin on the East Coast, KK Reps in the Midwest, Options on the West Coast, Jack Reed in the Southwest, and Envision in the Hispanic market.