Images from Rob Zombie’s Munsters film take a closer look at the family’s home



Director Rob Zombie shares another look at the set of his film Munsters as the spooky exterior of 1313 Mockingbird Lane appears to be completely finished.

An image of Rob Zombie’s set Munsters film offers a spooky look at the family home. Despite its brief airing on CBS from 1964 to 1966, the iconic sitcom is still highly regarded to this day. The original series reimagined classic universal monsters like Frankenstein and Dracula’s monster as characters in a satire of American suburban life and other family sitcoms at the time. Others have tried to adapt The Munsters in a feature film before little success, although the most memorable was Munster, go home! from 1966.

Now, acclaimed musician and horror director Rob Zombie will be the next to try his hand at making a film based on the beloved sitcom. While not much is known about the Zombie adaptation in terms of cast or plot, much has been done about the construction of the Munster family home at 1313 Mockingbird Lane. Zombie has shared many looks at the scenery in Hungary on social media from the early days of construction. Earlier this month, the exterior appeared to be completely finished, along with many other homes in the fictional Mockingbird Heights neighborhood.

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Now, Zombie is sharing another look at the Munster family home on the set of the upcoming movie. In a selfie posted to his Instagram page, the director can be seen outside 1313 Mockingbird Lane, as the house behind him now appears to be adorned with additional spooky elements, such as overgrown foliage and a rusty door. Check out the photo below:

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Zombie’s black-and-white selfie certainly evokes the aesthetic of The Munsters A television series that was not broadcast in color when it was originally broadcast, although the 1966 film did. Much of what the director has planned for his Munsters the film is unclear, although it would certainly be a bold creative choice to film it in black and white to pay homage to the original work, much like David Fincher did with man.

Zombie achieved a huge feat when he decided to recreate an almost exact replica of Mockingbird Heights in Budapest, and thanks to the hard work of a dedicated team, it looks like the exterior of 1313 Mockingbird Lane is completely finished. This means that filming could start very soon, although none of the cast has been officially confirmed. Zombies Munsters The film is also slated to air the day and date on Peacock and in theaters, although it does not have a release date as of yet.

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