The Lords of Salem [2013]

The Lords of Salem Official PosterDirected by Rob Zombie
Produced by Jason Blum, Oren Peli and Steven Schneider
Written by Rob Zombie
Starring: Sheri Moon Zombie, Patricia Quinn, Maria Conchita Alonza, Dee Wallace, Bruce Davison, Jeff Daniel Phillips
Music by John 5
Studio Alliance Films, Automatik Entertainment, Haunted Films, IM Global, Blumhouse Productions
Distributed by Anchor Bay Films
Release Date April 19 2013

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From the singular mind of horror maestro Rob Zombie comes a chilling plunge into a nightmare world where evil runs in the blood.
“The Lords of Salem” tells the tale of Heidi (Sheri Moon Zombie), a radio station DJ living in Salem, Massachusetts, who receives a strange wooden box containing a record, a “gift from the Lords.” Heidi listens, and the bizarre sounds within the grooves immediately trigger flashbacks of the town’s violent past.

Is Heidi going mad, or are the “Lords of Salem” returning for revenge on modern-day Salem?

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Theatrical Trailer

Cast and Crew

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Andrew Prine – Reverend Jonathan Hawthorne
Barbara Crampton – Virginia Cable
Bonita Friedericy – Christina
Brandon Cruz – Ted Delta
Bruce Davison – Francis Matthias
Dee Wallace – Sonny
Dustin Quick – Masie Mather
Gabriel Pimentel – Tumor Creature
Jeffrey Daniel Phillips – Herman Whitey Salvador
Judy Geeson – Lacy Doyle
Ken Foree – Herman Jackson
Maria Conchita Alonso – Alice Matthias
Meg Foster – Margaret Morgan
Michael Berryman – Virgil Magnus
Michael Shamus Wiles – Jarrett Perkins
Nancy Linehan Charles – Clovis Hales
Niko Posey – Cerina Hooten
Patricia Quinn – Megan
Richard Fancy – AJ Kennedy
Sheri Moon Zombie – Heidi Hawthorne
Sid Haig – Dean Magnus
Torsten Voges – Count Gorgann

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Rob Zombie - Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Andy Gould - Producer
Jason Blum - Producer
Oren Peli - Producer
Steven Schneider - Producer
Brian Kavanaugh-Jones - Executive Producer
John 5 - Music

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  • Agustin Ignnacio Agudo June 3, 2013 at 10:44 pm

    THE LORDS OF SALEM is perhaps the most important horror film about the coming of the Devil in the earth ever made! Kudos to Rob Zombie!
    Please, do not stop making horror films!

  • Matthew Hurst June 2, 2013 at 10:23 pm

    I rather enjoyed this film – the witchcraft subgenre of horror has been suspiciously neglected or woefully parodied in the last centenary, and it was nice to have a solidly-made and -produced addition to this wilting area of film.

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  • Lee May 31, 2013 at 12:55 am

    Just watched the Lords of Salem and it was exceptional. So good in fact that I feel I have to write this to counter the unbelievable amount of underrated and average reviews this film has had. Most of which are on the Internet. I just turned 40 this year and am a massive movie fan of all genres and know a good film when I see one. This is defiantly a modern day cult classic inspired for sure but still as original as anything can be today. It just makes me wonder how these Internet reviewers get the gig in the first place with such banal, shallow and conformitive opnions. I think 20 year ago this film would have hit the ground running but the Internet now casts a shadow on good stuff like this. In fact I’m amazed films like this are still getting made. I thought the Internet was going to broaden our minds, stimulate and educate us. But really it’s just a wiki reference point, a place for insecure people to say look at/listen to me(Facebook twitter), and somewhere people with no artistic talent or style can rant on about and have an opinion about things they wouldn’t have a clue to do themselves because they have no talent because when they left school no one remembered their name. Yeah really enjoyed the film, bye.

  • Randy May 25, 2013 at 2:50 am

    Lords of Salem is hands down Zombie’s best film to date, with his layering, solid story, and cornucopia of top acting talent he has created one of the best art horror films I have ever seen. All the feeling of this film is created with very little traumatic gore indicative of Zombie’s other films, which I did not like. Obviously he has grown in artistic spirit and zeal, as well as maturing cinema-graphically into an artist that cohesively, with continuity, crafted a dark song of a film.
    The iconography is so powerful combined with the powerful history of the Salem; these archetypal histories, icons, and the use of music make this film uniquely American, and diabolically scary. The manipulation of western mythologies and occult ideologies was refreshing, and shattered taboos, while it formed a film that for some may have more impact on their sensibilities but needed to be made.
    Zombie’s advancement to good writing and solid story and the best casting have me salivating for his next film, which like The Lords of Salem should be iconoclastic and well written.

  • Brutal Betty May 25, 2013 at 2:01 am

    Can’t fnd where the movie is playing ,I live in Milton fl,willing t drive 3 hours

  • pagegrrrl May 23, 2013 at 10:45 pm

    I live in Peoria IL & of course, there has been no showing as of today. Is it coming out on DVD soon?

    • Emma May 24, 2013 at 11:18 am

      The Blu Ray is being worked on.

  • sean boling May 23, 2013 at 4:01 am

    Im a big rob zombie fan. Havent seen lords of salem yet but will soon. Love ya rob and sherri

  • zneebnee May 22, 2013 at 2:41 am

    in the movie, there is a painting of a girl holding a bunch of rats’ tails. WHERE can i find that?! i love it and have had no luck googling anything relating to it!

  • Bobo4201 May 20, 2013 at 1:16 am

    Where can I pay to rent and watch this via the internet? Or is this not out yet? I am confused with the release date posted last month.

    • Emma May 20, 2013 at 12:08 pm

      The release date for last month was the cinematic release. The Blu Ray is being worked on and we will have more details of that soon. Fans in the UK can get it on iTunes already as it was released straight to video there.

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