Dee Wallace on Rob Zombie: “His films are a unique vision into the horror genre that you don’t see most of the time.”
In the run up to the Blu-Ray and DVD release of The Lords of Salem on September 3 in the USA, Shockya.com sat with one of the female starts of the movie – Dee Wallace (The Howling, E.T., Halloween) – to discuss working on the movie, what it’s like to work with director Rob Zombie, and what she enjoys about working in the horror genre as a whole.
To read the interview in full (more…)
The Lords of Salem is about to come out on Blu Ray (September 3).
The film, the sixth feature in director Rob Zombies resume, has been likened to Roman Polanskis Rosemarys Baby, as Zombie moved away from the blood and gore fans had seen in Halloween and The Devils Rejects, to deliver a psychology thriller, centering on his central characters unravelling.
Now read this brilliant review from Media Mikes, and get your copy pre-ordered from Amazon today
Rob Zombie fans, in a few short weeks – September 3 to be precise – The Lords of Salem will be out in the USA on a special Blu-Ray/DVD/Ultraviolet triple pack, BUT you can now download it from TODAY on iTunes movies.
So check out the terror today! http://bit.ly/LOSiTunes
Or pre-order on Blu-Ray: http://amzn.to/1cToP8J
A couple of weeks ago we told you that Rob Zombie’s 2013 film, The Lords of Salem, would be released on September 3 and was available for pre-order from Amazon. Now Anchor Bay, the films distributors have released information about what will be available on the Blu-ray Combo Pack.
To get your pre-orders in:
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In May, at this years Texas Frightmare Weekend, cast members of The Lords of Salem – Meg Foster, Dee Wallace, Judy Geeson, Bruce Davison and Pat Quinn – joined fans for a question and answer session to talk about the latest Rob Zombie movie.
Thanks to youtube member insain9876 who posted the footage.
To watch the panel on it’s entirety (more…)
Dee Wallace: ‘I love working with Rob because he allows his vision to take a different form if it works’
Actress Dee Wallace, recently sat with Daily Dead and spoke about working with Rob Zombie on the forthcoming The Lords of Salem.
Dee Wallace has previously worked with Rob, in his re-imagining of the Halloween movies. To read her comments on the film (more…)
Actress Dee Wallace is an old hat when it comes to working with Rob Zombie, after appearing in his re-imaging of Halloween as Cynthia Strode. She will next be seen in Zombie’s The Lords of Salem as one of the more sinister ladies of the cast, and she recently sat with Fear.net. To read her views about the film and working with Rob Zombie (more…)
It’s been teased by Rob Zombie at shows on his tours. It’s been requested a million times or more and now finally it is here. The trailer for The Lords of Salem is the first thing you will see when you come to robzombie.com. You can also view it at the official Rob Zombie You Tube channel. The sinister trailer features stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Pat Quinn, Dee Wallace and more in the tale of a local DJ who stumbles across a record which awakens a horror long thought dead. The film has recently been acquired by Anchor Bay Films and will be released in 2013.
Says Rob Zombie on the release timing: “For those of you confused and or pissed that the LORDS is not coming out asap. Well, I will try and explain it. Lords only just got distribution recently, so it was impossible to lock in theaters to show it. Studios book the screens and pick their release dates far in advance of the release. We did not have that luxury on this project due to the manner in which we decided to make it.
We are releasing it as soon as screens are available to show it. Simple as that.”
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Rob Zombie talks about casting older actresses in The Lords of Salem, ‘women….sick of playing the mother’
Rob Zombie is not afraid to cast. He certainly isn’t afraid to reach beyond the stereotypes, which is why he readily picked older actresses to star in his forthcoming film The Lords of Salem – fine actresses such as Pat Quinn, Dee Wallace and Meg Foster to name but a few. Rob speaks to Now Magazine about this and more. Enjoy!
TIFF Interview: Rob Zombie In The Lords Of Salem, the horror director takes a more avant-garde approach and lets some some cult screen icons bite into juicy roles By ANDREW PARKER
Shock rocker Rob Zombie has made quite the secondary career finding new ways to push the boundaries of good taste on the big screen. (more…)
Rob Zombie has released four more images from his forthcoming movie ‘The Lords of Salem‘.
The first image is the ladies of Salem, (L to R) Patricia Quinn, Dee Wallace and Judy Gleeson.
See three more after the drop.
Biff Bam Pop have secured an exclusive interview with Dee Wallace, who not only spoke about her new film Exit Humanity but also spoke a little about her forthcoming role in Rob Zombie’s new movie The Lords of Salem. Thank you to Andy Burns for the interview excerpts.
Close to the end of our conversation I asked Dee what should could say about another of her films, Rob Zombie’s upcoming, The Lords of Salem. Dee’s worked with Zombie before, on Halloween and The Haunted World of El Superbeasto and, as you’ll see below, was full of love for the man I consider the best director in horror right now. Our exchange on The Lords of Salem was brief, but it gives us a little more insight into what we can expect from the film when it’s released later this year. Check out Dee’s comments after the jump.
Andy Burns: Now, I know you can’t say much and I’m not asking for spoilers…
Dee Wallace: What I can tell you is I play a self-help guru and I have a big arc, and Rob wrote the part for me.
Andy Burns: Brilliant.
Dee Wallace: I’ve seen a lot of the footage and all I can say is don’t miss it. The last scene is worth the entire movie itself. It’s amazing. It’s a huge cinematic departure in a way for him, as far as the look of the film is concerned. Sheri (Moon Zombie) really has to step up in this film and do some pretty amazing stuff out of her comfort zone. I can’t say enough about Rob and how much I love him and appreciate him and love working with his creativity. He wrote, directed, a lot of his music is in it. (He’s) doing the poster work for it, editing it. I mean, literally, everything is Rob. You know, he called a lot us and we were there. You just want to work with him. You just want to.