Not only has Anchor Bay Entertainment revealed the brand new trailer and theatrical one sheet poster for Rob Zombie's 'Lords Of Salem', but they've also bumped up the off
Lords of Salem
Rob's highly-anticipated return to original horror is coming soon, and he's shared some enticing new images recently. Check 'em out!
Whether you like the films of Rob Zombie or not, you can't argue that he always makes for a fascinating interview. I tend to fall in the camp that loves The Devil's Rejects, Zombie's second feature length film as a writer/director, and although I have mixed feelings on the other titles in his filmography, I still find them all to be intriguing projects worth revisiting.
We've heard about it for years; seen stills; peeked bootlegged video clips.
After a week of speculation, it’s official. Anchor Bay has acquired Rob Zombie’s Lords of Salem. Anchor Bay paid in the range of $2M for the film.
For the first time since 1999, Rob Zombie has invited an army of musicians, producers and DJs to experiment with his heavy-groovin' shock rock catalog for an official remix album. Check out our review and take a peek at the original cover art, which was apparently (gasp) too naughty for store shelves...
Who better to kick things off at Comic-Con than Rob Zombie? The master of music, film, and comics filled Petco Park in San Diego to celebrate the first day of Comic-Con with a raging concert and party appropriately called Dawn of the Con.