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The Lords of Salem TRAILER 2


By Robert T. Trate     February 04, 2013
Source: MovieclipsCOMINGSOON

Here is the second trailer for Rob Zombie’s The Lords of Salem. It still doesn’t wow me, then again none of Zombie’s film have provided true horrors. I know that he has a “niche” audience, but this looks like a straight to video picture. 

The Plot: A Salem radio DJ receives a mysterious record that unleashes a diabolical force of evil on the town where a coven of witches were once burned alive in this slow-burn shocker written and directed by Rob Zombie, and produced by Paranormal Activity's Oren Peli. Back in 1692, Reverend Jonathan Hawthorne condemned a coven of witches led by Margaret Morgan (Meg Foster) to death, slaying them without remorse in the woods surrounding Salem. Just over 300 years later, the small town has become a beacon for anyone interested in the supernatural. Every night, Heidi (Sheri Moon-Zombie) and her two co-hosts (Ken Foree and Jeffrey Daniel Phillips) take to the airwaves for a popular radio show with a playful occult slant, and one day after interviewing noted author Francis Matthias (Bruce Davison) she receives a package containing a record from a band named The Lords. The following day, when Heidi impulsively plays the record on the airwaves, a strange spell falls over the locals. Later, as The Lords announce they will be performing a concert in town and the typically carefree Heidi grows increasingly withdrawn, Matthias senses that the sins of the past may be returning to haunt Salem. And he couldn't be more right. Something wicked has returned to this cursed town, and with each day that passes, Heidi slips ever deeper into its malevolent grasp (from Fandango).

The film stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Bruce Davison, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Ken Foree, Patricia Quinn, Dee Wallace and Judy Geeson.

The Lords of Salem arrives April 19th, 2013 


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Wiseguy 2/5/2013 4:48:25 AM

I agree with you completely Bob but I think you mean "niche" of which I am definitely not a part of. I'm sure I'll find something better to do come 4/19/13


axia777 2/5/2013 7:03:58 AM

I am wowed.  This movies looks awesome.  Crazy shit for sure.  Bring on more Zombie.  I lvoe his movies.

aegrant 2/5/2013 9:37:38 AM

I stopped reading when I saw Rob Zombie - 'nuff said

xJokersxWildx 2/5/2013 10:43:21 AM

Devils Rejects only one of his flicks i enjoyed start to finish. The rest where doody!

trollman 2/5/2013 8:16:02 PM

It's just the only way he can get his wife to stop bitching at him. Make a movie and put her in it. she's happy for a few months and he gets laid. He slaps some sloppy 5#! together and calls it a script. Hollywood doesn't have any standards left so they make his shit movie... his half assed remake of Halloween was all I needed to know he is a talentless hack.

blankczech 2/6/2013 11:11:27 PM

 Never really liked Zombie going back to the days when he was a regular guest on Stern's radio show. Can't say that I like his movies either...(they disturb me).  I have to admit one thing about Zombie's horror flicks... The story, the acting and the cinematography are often so unprofessional that they have this sick  pseudo-realistic feel to them...almost as if they're not movies at all,  but  videos made by real life psychos chronicling  their sadistic deeds.  Maybe it's a backhanded compliment to say this, but the couple of  Rob Zombie films that I did watch gave me that same creepy feeling i had when I saw Tobe Hooper's original Texas Chainsaw Massacre.  



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