More Pics of Rob Zombie’s “Lords of Salem”

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Residents of Salem, Massachusetts are visited by a 300-year-old coven of witches.

Director – Rob Zombie

Release Date – 26 April 2013 (USA)

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RZ On Set
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What do you all think of the stills? Or of the upcoming film? Are you going to see it or pass? Let me know!
– Vic

12 comments

    • I am a bit psyched for this one. Unfortunately, I am one of those nay-sayers but I think that RZ has great potential hence my best wishes for the success of this movie. I hope it rocks.

      • House of a Thousand Corpses was on IFC the other night and I watched, it reminded me of what a unique film it is, in style and substance. That is what I base my opinion of Zombie’s work on. Devil’s Rejects, I enjoyed while I watched but haven’t purchased it, it’s just a different type of movie.

  1. I do love a good witchcraft flick and there have surprisingly few of them in the last several years. I am touch and go on Zombie’s stuff but I am a big go on this one. Hope to see it land in theatres here.

    • You are so right. very few good witchccraft movies out there. I am very intrigued by this one. thanks for stopping by! much appreciated. 🙂

  2. I’m going to see it. Being that Devil’s Rejects was the only RZ that I liked, outside of his fun trailer in Grind House, I’m not going to get too psyched up about Lords of Salem, I’m not going to say that I can’t wait to see it, I’m just going to hope that Lords of Salem will be watchable.

    • From what I gathered it’s about a 300 year old coven of witches or something like that. I haven’t been reading descriptions and stuff since I want to be surprised and go in not knowing anything about it. Thanks for swinging by, Misty!

  3. Rob Zombie remains one of those directors who has a lot of potential, because he has this enthusiasm and affection for the genre that comes across so strongly… but he so often doesn’t put enough thought to support his passion, and has a bit too much reliance on “wouldn’t this be cool!” at the expense of “wouldn’t this be *good.*”

    He also really needs to stop casting his wife in things. There’s a reason she hasn’t gone on to be a successful actress in films *not* directed by her husband.

    • “Doesn’t put enough thought to support his passion.” Wow, you hit the nail right on the head! I agree whole-heartedly with both of your points. I cringed a bit when I saw that Z’s wife was cast yet AGAIN. Ugh. I am very interested, though, about this entry. If this goes well it could mean many more genre fans feeling vindicated about Zombie’s talent. We’ll see. Thanks for stopping in, Dave! Much appreciated!

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