In this podcast we review The Lords of Salem with our friends at Booked Podcast, Livius Nedin and Robb Olson.
[01:55] Past experiences with Rob Zombie
[05:50] The Lords of Salem synopsis
[08:48] Revisiting the past/the witch trials
[11:30] Expectations going into the film
[13:30] Rob Zombie and originality
[16:32] Music video style scene towards the end
[19:00] Sheri Moon Zombie performance
[21:00] John Costello gives a restrained opinion
[24:00] Are there any original ideas in horror cinema?
[27:25] Homage to horror
[28:22] Heidi spoiler
[31:30] Can Rob Zombie write and direct movies?
[34:55] Activating the women of Salem in the novel but not explicitly in the movie
[39:10] Where are the residents of Salem?
[42:05] Salem Witch Trials authors
[46:58] What if this had been historically accurate?
[52:00] Relationship between Whitey and Heidi
[53:00] Creepy weird chicken jerk-off (yes you read that correctly)
[53:55] Overall rating
[58:08] Great horror movies
[01:03:00] Horror television shows
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Interlude music credits
Lords of Salem – Rob Zombie
Never Gonna Stop Me – Rob Zombie[podcast src=”https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/2306291/height-orig/90/theme/custom/thumbnail/yes/direction/forward/height/90″ height=”90″ width=”100%” placement=”bottom” theme=”custom”]
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