Rob Zombie has narrated Charles Manson: His Final Words, a new documentary detailing the late, infamous cult leader. The film, which airs December 3rd on REELZ, takes an unprecedentedly intimate look back at the 1969 killing spree which led to his arrest; it features never-before-seen case files and photos, plus interviews with the madman himself, filmed last year in the California penitentiary where Manson was serving his life sentence for his role in the murders.
Ahead of the documentary's premiere, REELZ has shared a short trailer narrated by Zombie, featuring some of the aforementioned footage. Check it out now, but be warned: it's pretty bloody.
Zombie has a well-established fascination with Manson, who died in prison on November 18th aged 83. "It just never stops being fascinating to me," the musician and director told Loudwire in 2013. "When I moved to L.A. in 1991, one of the first places I went to was the house on Cielo Drive, where the Tate murders were committed, before they tore the house down. Any place place I could find in the book Helter-Skelter, [an account of the Manson murders] I would visit."
The rocker is currently working on the follow-up to last year's album The Electric Warlock Acid With Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser. Fun fact: this isn't the first time Zombie's appeared in a film in 2017; earlier this year, he lent his voice to one of the Ravagers in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.