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.
More casting news coming in for Rob Zombie's The Lords of Salem. A true Eighties icon has been added into the mix, and truth be told, this is our favorite announcement yet! Read on for all the details.
We're not sure how much bigger the cast for Rob Zombie's upcoming The Lords of Salem can get, but we're definitely happy about his latest casting choice: Ken Foree has just signed on as part of The Big H Radio Team, joining all the other horror icons who've already been announced. Here are the details from Zombie's Facebook page...
Yesterday news broke that porn diva Jenna Jameson might be starring in the sequel to Zone of the Dead, titled Island of the Damned. Well, said news not only broke but was broken. Something smelled fishy to begin with, and it wasn't the porn stars. Time to set the record straight.
Over the years we've watched Jenna Jameson spread lots of things, but this time it looks as if she's set to get all sticky in a far different manner. That's right, kids! Jameson (Zombie Strippers) just might be tangoing with the undead again very soon.
Having enjoyed a recent VOD run, the folks behind 2012: Apocalypse of the Dead (or Zone of the Dead or whatever they finally decide to call it) have put into our hands some rotting new stills for you!
We all love movies about zombies, but when Ken Foree is part of the team kicking undead ass, it's just a million times sweeter. We've been talking about Milan Konjevic's latest undead bash, Zone of the Dead, for a while now, and the time has come for you guys to see it for yourselves.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Ken Foree, Ulli Lommel, Chris Kriesa, Tory N. Thompson Directed by Ulli Lommel
News that Ken Foree is starring in a movie about the DC Sniper shootings would normally prove promising. Except DC Sniper is the latest from Ulli Lommel, the master of plotless, no-budget, factually inaccurate, pseudo-art exploitation flicks about real-life mass murderers. On the plus side, this does not look like the typical artsy-fartsy crappola we've come to expect from Lommel. On the other hand, just wait until you see the trailer. Oh, my.
Though Zone of the Dead hasn't been released here in the States as of yet, that hasn't stopped the film's makers to get busy on setting up a sequel and bringing back everyone's favorite zombie ass-whipper Ken Foree in the process!
Here at Dread Central we love us some Kristina Klebe. Arguably she was one of the best parts of Rob Zombie's Halloween, and now that she's fighting zombies in Zone of the Dead, we couldn't be happier -- if not strangely aroused by the sight of her with a shotgun. *Ahem* ... Speaking of which, a music video mash-up featuring Kristina just popped up online, and in it you'll find some cool footage of her taking care of zombie business among other things!
Could it be that after years of making no-budget, nearly plotless, factually inaccurate, pseudo-art films based on the exploits of real-life mass murders (like Nightstalker, review here), Ulli Lommel is actually about to try his hand at making a real motion picture, albeit still a really low budget and possibly factually inaccurate film based on a real-life serial killer? How else does one explain Ken Foree signing on to star in Lommel's take on the DC Sniper?