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(Vile Reviews)   The new trailer for Rob Zombie's upcoming film, 'The Lords of Salem', really raises the bar for horror movies this year   (vilereviews.com) divider line 46
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2013-02-05 10:34:07 AM
 like Rob Zombie as a director, but that looks pretty meh. I'll still give it a shot though.
 
2013-02-05 12:52:10 PM

AnotherBluesStringer: like Rob Zombie as a director, but that looks pretty meh. I'll still give it a shot though.


I want to like Rob Zombie as a director, but it seems like the only reason he makes movies is to give his wife something to do.
 
2013-02-05 12:54:18 PM
From the producers of Paranormal Activity & Insidious? I'll wait for it on Netflix.
 
2013-02-05 12:58:48 PM
That looks amateurish and shiatty.
 
2013-02-05 12:58:54 PM

timujin: AnotherBluesStringer: like Rob Zombie as a director, but that looks pretty meh. I'll still give it a shot though.

I want to like Rob Zombie as a director, but it seems like the only reason he makes movies is to give his wife something to do.


Pretty much this, at least in this one she doesn't come off as a foul mouthed trailer trash sort. But who knows.
/i'll rent it
 
2013-02-05 01:01:31 PM

timujin: AnotherBluesStringer: like Rob Zombie as a director, but that looks pretty meh. I'll still give it a shot though.

I want to like Rob Zombie as a director, but it seems like the only reason he makes movies is to give his wife something to do.


That's the problem I have with Tim Burton.
 
2013-02-05 01:02:54 PM

AnotherBluesStringer: timujin: AnotherBluesStringer: like Rob Zombie as a director, but that looks pretty meh. I'll still give it a shot though.

I want to like Rob Zombie as a director, but it seems like the only reason he makes movies is to give his wife something to do.

That's the problem I have with Tim Burton.


tim burton is NOT married to johnny depp

/well in his dreams he might be
 
2013-02-05 01:03:22 PM

Magnetar: That looks amateurish and shiatty.


exactly. he's about to put out another music as well, which means a bunch of studio musicians he paid wrote all the material and he just showed up to stamp his name to it.
 
2013-02-05 01:05:51 PM

Magnetar: That looks amateurish and shiatty.


In other words, your typical horror movie.
 
2013-02-05 01:08:43 PM
His music and movies aren't really my thing, but I respect the hell out of the guy.   He was just basically your average comic book/horror movie/metal nerd living off of ramen noodles in the East Village (back when the East Village was really the East Village) in the late 80s, who's found a way to do any and everything he's ever cared about through sheer self determination and completely self taught.
 
2013-02-05 01:10:58 PM
Are we gonna get Rob Jekyll, or Hyde Zombie? The guy who directed Halloween, or the one who directed Halloween 2?
 
2013-02-05 01:11:14 PM
Starring - his wife's ass.

I liked House of 1000 corpses and Devil's Rejects, so I'll probably see this.   Also saw him in concert many years ago, awesome stage show.
 
2013-02-05 01:16:09 PM
I only like his music.
 
2013-02-05 01:22:11 PM
His movies (minus the Halloween sequel) have been really good. His last couple of albums haven't really done anything for me
 
2013-02-05 01:30:08 PM

Riotboy: From the producers of Paranormal Activity & Insidious? I'll wait for it on Netflix.


The 1st half of Insidious was farking awesome, made Tiny Tim the most haunting musician ever.

The 2nd half was a steaming pile of elephant dung.
 
2013-02-05 01:31:32 PM

Popcorn Johnny: Starring - his wife's ass.

I liked House of 1000 corpses and Devil's Rejects, so I'll probably see this.   Also saw him in concert many years ago, awesome stage show.


Quite a while ago, I saw Rob Zombie in concert without knowing very much at all about Rob Zombie.  I thought it was great - strong stage presence, good sound, crazy crowd.
 
2013-02-05 01:35:59 PM
Netflix.
 
2013-02-05 01:36:42 PM

Guns n' Farkin Roses: Riotboy: From the producers of Paranormal Activity & Insidious? I'll wait for it on Netflix.

The 1st half of Insidious was farking awesome, made Tiny Tim the most haunting musician ever.

The 2nd half was a steaming pile of elephant dung.


Unfortunately too many horror movies go this way.
 
2013-02-05 01:38:01 PM
Trailer includes shots from actual Salem. Nice but boring. The movie seems like it is Rob Zombies version of Hokus Pocus.

I wish someone would make a horror movie set in Dogtown on Cape Ann. The place is much creepier than anywhere in Salem. Plus it was rumored to have witches there back in the day. And Pirates and other scum...
 
2013-02-05 01:41:41 PM

FooDog: Trailer includes shots from actual Salem. Nice but boring. The movie seems like it is Rob Zombies version of Hokus Pocus.

I wish someone would make a horror movie set in Dogtown on Cape Ann. The place is much creepier than anywhere in Salem. Plus it was rumored to have witches there back in the day. And Pirates and other scum...


I find Arkham and Innsmouth to be much creepier.
 
2013-02-05 01:49:03 PM
Rob Zombie is overrated, if he's even rated at all.
 
2013-02-05 01:59:04 PM
The visuals look interesting, but that clip wasn't scarey.

/ Looking forward to Evil Dead
 
2013-02-05 02:04:44 PM
so, let me guess, i just stole the idea from al jourgensen

/ i know it's not the 90s any more, but I still can say this, right?
 
2013-02-05 02:05:31 PM

pute kisses like a man: so, let me guess, i just stole the idea from al jourgensen

/ i know it's not the 90s any more, but I still can say this, right?


"he"

fark my lack of preview
 
2013-02-05 02:20:38 PM

verbaltoxin: FooDog: Trailer includes shots from actual Salem. Nice but boring. The movie seems like it is Rob Zombies version of Hokus Pocus.

I wish someone would make a horror movie set in Dogtown on Cape Ann. The place is much creepier than anywhere in Salem. Plus it was rumored to have witches there back in the day. And Pirates and other scum...

I find Arkham and Innsmouth to be much creepier.


Sure. So is Dunwich, MA which is incidentally just as real. Dogtown Common is genuine and eerily creepy. Like this:
 
2013-02-05 02:22:53 PM
Ah. FFS. Image didn't link.
celticcat.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-02-05 02:32:00 PM

Guns n' Farkin Roses: Riotboy: From the producers of Paranormal Activity & Insidious? I'll wait for it on Netflix.

The 1st half of Insidious was farking awesome, made Tiny Tim the most haunting musician ever.

The 2nd half was a steaming pile of elephant dung.


catmacros.files.wordpress.com

The second half wasn't that bad.
 
2013-02-05 02:45:56 PM
TheGhostofFarkPast:

he's about to put out another music as well, which means a bunch of studio musicians he paid wrote all the material and he just showed up to stamp his name to it.

Sorry, but no.  His current band incarnation, though under the "solo" moniker, is a collective effort between all four band members.  This is especially apparent when you hear the sonic transition from Hellbilly Deluxe and Sinister Urge and Educated Horses and Hellibilly Deluxe vol. 2 (which I wasn't quite sold on).

The Devil's Rejects was his high point as a director.  Everything else doesn't quite stack up.
 
2013-02-05 02:56:56 PM
I am curious to know what sort of vile fudge lurks inside those dreadlocks.
 
2013-02-05 03:14:24 PM
I watched the trailer because I read the plot. I was way more interested in what was happening in my head.
 
2013-02-05 04:00:25 PM
The bar for horror movies can't go much lower so that isn't really saying anything.

I liked Devil's Rejects, his other stuff ranges from meh to ok. This looks to be meh, but I'll check it out some point. I do love some horror movies.
 
2013-02-05 04:01:15 PM
This should be very cool...
I hope!
More naked Sheri though!
Well, as naked as she can get, ok...
If it has even one murder as brutal as Halloween 2's black nurse being stabbed...
I'll be very happy.
Come to think of it, the paramedic being beheaded by broken glass was pretty farkin cool too.
I dunno why all the hate for Halloween 2...Rob rocked it...kinda confusingly, but he still rocked it.
 
2013-02-05 04:06:15 PM
Glad to see this is finally coming out.  It was pretty big local news when they were filming this a while back.  We had Rob Zombie sightings all over town, including at my local pizza shop (yay Engine House Pizza!)

By the way, the house that was used for the filming is currently on the market:

http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/355-Essex-St_Salem_ MA _01970_M44108-87275?source=web
 
2013-02-05 04:12:29 PM
I hate to say it, but his movies might actually be a bit better if he would stop casting his wife in them. She has got pretty average acting abilities :/
 
2013-02-05 04:17:49 PM

yoursafewordisharder: yay Engine House Pizza!


Wat? Engine House? That's just normal pizza. Nothing spectacular. At least not in the sense that Howling Wolf is worth a special trip for burritos or Scratch Kitchen for fries and sandwiches.

Plum Tomatoes in Peabody is where the pizza magic is on the north shore.

25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-02-05 05:06:04 PM
Love movie threads on here, always help me find good stuff on Netflix to watch.  Here is my contribution:

cdn-1.nflximg.com

/milksteak
 
2013-02-05 05:07:37 PM

brap: I am curious to know what sort of vile fudge lurks inside those dreadlocks.


You can smell it from here.
 
2013-02-05 05:39:15 PM
Looks like a remake of Rosemary's Baby, but without any of the subtlety.
 
2013-02-05 07:15:54 PM
Trailer looks like corn studded donkey shiat.  Looks like my #1 horror movie is safe for another week.

cdn.ticketfly.com

/spicy hott
 
2013-02-05 07:20:48 PM
Anyone but me notice that last week's episode of NCIS starred Sherie and was directed by Rob?
 
2013-02-05 08:09:17 PM

peewinkle: Anyone but me notice that last week's episode of NCIS starred Sherie and was directed by Rob?


Makes sense. From what I've read, Salem only had like a 2-million dollar budget, so it's safe to assume he hasn't made a dime off of it yet, preferring to get a cut of the profits. He's also putting together an album that he's putting out through his own company.

Meantime, he's done TV shows and commercials, which pay about a hundred grand for a week and a half or two weeks work.

I can't say I fault him for cashing in so he can afford to do the projects he wants to do.
 
2013-02-05 09:16:07 PM

CaptainMorgan13: TheGhostofFarkPast:

he's about to put out another music as well, which means a bunch of studio musicians he paid wrote all the material and he just showed up to stamp his name to it.

Sorry, but no.  His current band incarnation, though under the "solo" moniker, is a collective effort between all four band members.  This is especially apparent when you hear the sonic transition from Hellbilly Deluxe and Sinister Urge and Educated Horses and Hellibilly Deluxe vol. 2 (which I wasn't quite sold on).

The Devil's Rejects was his high point as a director.  Everything else doesn't quite stack up.


Sonic transitions? Please tell me you are trying to troll me? The guy for years under his solo name has been known to time and time again come in and plant his name on the work of others much like a pop artist. It's all just a marketing gimmick at this point for his movies and other things, he barely cares about the music.
 
2013-02-05 09:46:48 PM

TheGhostofFarkPast: CaptainMorgan13: TheGhostofFarkPast:

he's about to put out another music as well, which means a bunch of studio musicians he paid wrote all the material and he just showed up to stamp his name to it.

Sorry, but no.  His current band incarnation, though under the "solo" moniker, is a collective effort between all four band members.  This is especially apparent when you hear the sonic transition from Hellbilly Deluxe and Sinister Urge and Educated Horses and Hellibilly Deluxe vol. 2 (which I wasn't quite sold on).

The Devil's Rejects was his high point as a director.  Everything else doesn't quite stack up.

Sonic transitions? Please tell me you are trying to troll me? The guy for years under his solo name has been known to time and time again come in and plant his name on the work of others much like a pop artist. It's all just a marketing gimmick at this point for his movies and other things, he barely cares about the music.


Not trolling, dude. I've been a fan for years and have paid attention to the differences between albums.
 
2013-02-06 12:25:00 AM

AeAe: / Looking forward to Evil Dead


That, that, and that. The red band trailer pretty much guaranteed that I have to see that flick.
 
2013-02-06 05:46:24 AM
At least they actually went to Salem to shoot their outdoor scenes and b-roll. I'll go see it just for that.

/former Salem resident
 
2013-02-07 04:47:27 PM

discgolfguru: AeAe: / Looking forward to Evil Dead

That, that, and that. The red band trailer pretty much guaranteed that I have to see that flick.


<internet high five>

Yeah man.. not a lot of movies creep me out, but that Evil Dead reboot does.
 
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