We've been hoping. We've been praying. And finally the announcement has come. The Captain himself has joined the ranks of Rob Zombie's ensemble cast for The Lords of Salem, and we're tickled friggin' pink!
Rob Zombie released the first official still from his upcoming The Lords of Salem today featuring actor Bruce Davison having a little quiet time before the ensuing chaos. Check it out!
We're not sure how much bigger the cast of Rob Zombie's The Lords of Salem can get, but we're certainly not complaining about his newest addition: horror icon Michael Berryman, best known for playing "Pluto" in the original The Hills Have Eyes.
As an impressionable young girl growing up in the Sixties, few films had as much of an impact on yours truly as the classic To Sir, With Love so I couldn't be happier with the news that UK-born Judy Geeson has been tapped by Rob Zombie to join the cast of his currently filming The Lords of Salem.
Another goodie coming in pre-AFM, this time for the much talked about new feature film from Rob Zombie, The Lords of Salem, which gives a whole new meaning to the term "strap in". Read on for the sinister!
Some clarification has come in with regard to Bruce Davison's part in Rob Zombie's upcoming The Lords of Salem, and along with that we have a bit of new casting news that's sure to get the hearts of those of you who grew up in the late 60's/early 70's pumping overtime. Yes, that is indeed Peter Brady whom you see in the latest picture posted by Rob on his Facebook page!
Thus far Ron Zombie has kept fans in the loop step-by-step in terms of casting for his latest film, The Lords of Salem, but it seems as if the rocker turned filmmaker still has a surprise or two hidden up his sleeve. Read on for details.
There's lots of stuff going on in the city of angels this month, and if you're in the area, you may want to take some time to pay your respects at the theatre carrying Kevin Sorbo's Coffin.
If the thought of spooky ghost kids laying their spectral hands upon your car while it's settled over train tracks spooks you, believe me when I tell you that you're not alone. Munger Road is one of Illinois' most haunted places, and a new featurette has hit online to give you a look at the movie based upon the legend.
There are some places in this world you just shouldn't go. Every story or urban legend always begins with at least a shred of truth, and should you have the balls enough to travel down Munger Road, you may just find out how scary reality can be.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Shane Van Dyke, Marie Westbrook, Bruce Davison, Brooke Burns, Michelle Glavan, Carey Van Dyke Written and directed by Shane Van Dyke