The Lords of Salem, written and directed by Rob Zombie, definitely made it to my top 5 list along with Devils Rejects. However, this movie, with Zombie’s morbidly delicious way of thinking, is not going to be for the general public. It was visually assaulting.
Rob Zombie imagined the witches as Manson-esque hippies, and very rightfully so. Everything you saw in the past and present was so creative, even down to the way the walls looked, all with using no digital effects whatsoever. It was reminiscent of walking through a labyrinth.
Heidi, played by Sheri Moon Zombie, showed us one of her best roles yet. She plays a radio DJ and receives a record titled “Gift From the Lords.” When the record plays, it triggers violent flashbacks of her town’s past. All in all, I was much impressed with Zombie’s latest masterpiece and I can’t wait for his next one. Prepare yourselves. It’s gonna be a fun ride._
About The Peetimes: Your safest bet in my opinion is to use the last peetime. It is at almost an hour in, but what happens during that time isn’t really important to the plot.
There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Lords of Salem. (What we mean by Anything Extra)
Tags: movie review,Horror, Thriller
Movie release date: 2013-04-19
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