The Lords of Salem
Directed by Rob Zombie
Heidi (Sheri Moon Zombie), a radio DJ from Salem, is plagued by bizarre nightmares of vengeful witches after playing a mysterious record by a group known as The Lords. When the record becomes a huge hit, Heidi and her colleagues receive tickets for the band’s next gig, but upon arrival find that the show goes beyond anything they could have imagined. From modern horror maestro, Rob Zombie, THE LORDS OF SALEM is an enigmatic and visually stunning take on the mythology of witches that blends a 1970s aesthetic with modern day counter culture to create a vivid, macabre horror. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
A radio DJ is transformed by a 17th century record in Rob Zombie's elegant, eerie witch film.
Cast: Sheri Moon Zombie, Bruce Davison, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Ken Foree, Dee Wallace
Feels like Rob Zombie's version of The Omen or The Exorcist. Not a bad movie.
Zombie's best film. Less sweaty and bloody as his previous films, but also less derivative.
Okay. Not as good as other Zombie movies
This is a great film for anyone who loves the pagan cult and witchcraft sub genres. Sheri Moon Zombie plays a great protagonist and the rest of the cast put in sterling work. Rob Zombie really is a slave to the sub genre and gives us a well written, shot and directed piece. It is stylised towards the end especially but then again, so is a lot of his work.