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No one expected we would get a third film from Rob Zombie that followed House Of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects, but the musician and horror director pulled through and surprised us all with 3 From Hell by reviving some of our favorite horror characters. He’s given us plenty of fantastic films to watch, whether it’s his Halloween remakes or original stories, and has solidified his status as one of the most notable figures in horror today. 

There’s no better time than Halloween to dig up Zombie’s filmography and rewatch his movies. But can you identify his films from a single screenshot? Find out in our quiz below.

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Sid Haig, who is best known as Captain Spaulding in the Rob Zombie Firefly Family trilogy, recently passed away. His wife Susan “Suzy” Oberg confirmed the news, though no cause of death was revealed. Haig was first admitted to an intensive care unit Sept. 7 and passed a couple of weeks later.

Zombie shared several tributes to his late friend, including one that reflected on the actor’s final role in 3 From Hell.

“It was shocking but unfortunately not unexpected. I’ve known for a long time how sick Sid was and what he was battling. Over the past year as I saw pictures of him still attending conventions I thought perhaps he had beat it. But last week when he returned to the hospital I feared the worst,” Zombie wrote.

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“Sid and I had a long talk on the day that he told me of his condition and he knew 3 From Hell would most likely be his last appearance on screen. Sadly it was. I knew it was very important to Sid that Captain Spaulding make one more round and he did. Sid’s time the film is brief. He was in rough shape that day, but he gave it his all and made his scene very memorable,” the post continues.

“As we were making House Of 1000 Corpses neither of us knew he was creating a character that would live on and grow in popularity every year. Sid told me many times how thankful he was for the Captain and how that character changed his life. He had completely given up on acting and now suddenly had found a whole new audience at the age of 60. I know he was thrilled and blown away by that fact,” he continues.

You can read that full post here.