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The Lords of Salem 2012 123movies

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Heidi, a blond rock chick, DJs at a local radio station, and together with the two Hermans (Whitey and Munster) forms part of the “Big H Radio Team.” A mysterious wooden box containing a vinyl record arrives for Heidi, a gift of the Lords. She assumes it’s a rock band on a mission to spread their word. As Heidi and Whitey play the Lords’ record, it starts to play backwards, and Heidi experiences a flashback to a past trauma. Later, Whitey plays the Lords’ record, dubbing them the Lords of Salem, and to his surprise, the record plays normally and is a massive hit with his listeners. The arrival of another wooden box from the Lords presents the Big H team with free tickets, posters and records to host a gig in Salem. Soon, Heidi and her cohorts are far from the rock spectacle they’re expecting. The original Lords of Salem are returning and they’re out for blood.
Plot: The City of Salem, Massachusetts is visited by a coven of ancient witches.
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The Lords of Salem is the latest film by industrial rocker-turned-auteur Rob Zombie, and I think it’s a good’un, although it’s already polarizing people.

Sheri Moon Zombie (Rob’s wife who features heavily in all of his movies, though this is her first star turn) is Heidi, a recovering addict and local rock DJ in Salem, Massachusetts, site of the infamous witch trials of 1692. She receives a vinyl record in a wooden box from a band apparently called The Lords, who later on also inform the station that they are performing a one-off gig in the town. Upon playing the record at home however, Heidi experiences migraines and hallucinations of a 17th century coven, performing some manner of birthing ritual, apparently attempting to bring Satan himself to mortal life. Her male DJ colleagues simply experience the tune as a weird, rather turgid dirge (although it’ll stick with you like a demonic earworm) and play it over the air on their rock show, where it acts as a sort of trance-inducing spell on many of the women listening. From there on in, Heidi’s mental state begins to deteriorate and the migraines/hallucinations increase, not helped by her return to drugs or by her peculiar landlady and her two friends, all of whom seem creepily interested in Heidi and what her “fate” might be. Her “fate” as it turns out is attending this Lords gig, except that in many ways, it’s really HER gig. And what’s happening with that supposedly vacant room at the end of the hall? I’ll go no further, partly because to do so would be to give too much away, but mostly because to try to explain it would be futile. You need to see it.

The Lords of Salem is, for much of its runtime, Rob Zombie’s most restrained feature film. It can move pretty slowly most of the way through, although thanks to Mrs. Zombie’s best on-screen work to date and some great supporting performances throughout, particularly from Dee Wallace, Judy Geeson and Bruce Davison, those slow moments are largely spent getting to know and like our protagonists (or of course, become ever more unnerved by our antagonists). However, it’s the sections where The Lords of Salem lets rip – including a finale that takes an absolute swan-dive off of the cliffs of tangible reality into the seas of utter lunacy – that are dividing opinion. Rather than a balls-to-the-floor gore flick, what we have here is a retro-heavy European art-horror piece, akin to any of Dario Argento’s more hallucinatory efforts. The imagery is incredibly striking and bold, and very much as you’d expect from Mr. Zombie, if you’re aware of his previous work (House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects – neither of which I thought were particularly good, although I may revisit Rejects at some point soon – the 2007 remake of Halloween and its 2009 sequel – both of which I really enjoyed), but because of that retro restraint that same imagery also rides a very fine line between bold and laughable depending I guess on whether you’re able to buy into those arthouse horror stylings or you’re not, and find yourself pulled out of the movie. The low budget (I’ve seen figures between $1.5m and $2.5m punted about) isn’t an issue until some of the more ambitious special effects present themselves, but if you’re not “feeling it” at that point, you’re not going to. Personally, I like a film that has some scenes that aren’t necessarily explained away by a perfunctory, realistic narrative, I like a film – especially a horror – to adopt a retro vibe from time to time, as long as they’re done well (which this is), and I love a bit of witchcraftery and devilishness. The Lords of Salem reminded me in many of ways of Ti West’s excellent slow-burn retro creeper The House of the Devil, but with added… well, with added Rob Zombieness, I suppose!

Recommended, although many will find it objectionably bad.

Review By: LastCaress1972 Rating: Date: 2013-08-11
Witchcraft/Satanism in modern Salem by Rob Zombie

RELEASED IN 2012 and written/directed by Rob Zombie, “The Lords of Salem” is a witchcraft/horror flick starring Sheri Moon Zombie as a DJ in Salem, Massachusetts, who is sent a wooden box containing a mysterious record dubbed “gift from the Lords.” The creepy music thereof triggers flashbacks of her town’s infamous past. Is Heidi going crazy or are the witches taking revenge on Salem?

The ambiance, mood, directing, music, locations, sets and cast are all top notch, showing that Zombie has developed into a quality director since his first shot eleven years earlier with “House of 1000 Corpses,” which was shot in 2000. This is serious haunting horror as opposed to the campy black comedy of “1000 Corpses” (not that there’s anything wrong with that, lol). The movie mixes elements from “The City of the Dead,” aka “Horror Hotel” (1960), “Suspiria” (1977), “Rosemary’s Baby” (1968), “The Wicker Man” (1973) and “To the Devil a Daughter” (1976). If you like any of these movies, “The Lords of Salem” is as good or better.

Usually when you see old hag witches in movies it’s kinda eye-rolling; not so here. Rob gives us the real deal and it’s not pretty, although I admit to busting out laughing every time the witches hailed Satan. Speaking of which, modern Wiccans won’t like how the films mixes Witchcraft with Satanism (the truth hurts). Interestingly, there’s almost as much Christian imagery as there is Satanic.

One thing’s for sure, Zombie doesn’t paint witchcraft/Satanism in a positive light. It’s similar to “The Witch” (2015) in this respect, where converting to witch-dom meant becoming a baby-slaughtering, blood-bathing, family-destroying, goat-sucking, friggin’ pedophile hag with the illusion of youth. When the Devil eventually appears in “Lords,” it’s anything but a positive image.

The story seems to perpetuate the myth that those condemned at the Salem Witch Trials in 1692-1693 were burned to death. Actually, 19 people were hung, another slowly crushed to death, and over 150 imprisoned.

Sheri makes for a strong protagonist, but she’s the extant of any eye candy on the female front. As noted earlier, the witches are all hideous hags and look even uglier with their clothes off. Meg Foster surprisingly appears as the lead witch. Meanwhile, Judy Geeson, Patricia Quinn and Dee Wallace are on hand as a dubious trio in modern Salem. Speaking of whom, they have a great (hilarious) tea scene with Bruce Davison, who plays an expert on witchcraft.

THE FILM RUNS 1 hour, 41 minutes and was shot in Salem, Massachusetts; Sable Ranch, Santa Clarita, California (witches dancing around fire); and the Los Angeles Theatre (opera house).

GRADE: B

Review By: Wuchak Rating: 7 Date: 2018-06-14
Great premise and cast, but it all fizzles out in the end…
Before I begin my review, I should probably start by saying that I’m actually quite a big fan of Rob Zombie the musician (including White Zombie), and I also liked his first two movies (House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects) very much – and I hated the first Halloween-remake so much, that I didn’t even want to see the second one he directed, which allegedly should be even worse.

So, with that in mind, here’s my review: The film is about a young, trendy rock-radio DJ, Heidi (Sheri Moon Zombie), who suddenly finds herself in the middle of an occult Satan-worshiping witchcraft scheme, because her ancestors did something bad 400 years ago or something.. She’s sent an old, crusty LP, which she (of course) plays on the radio, even though it’s just a bunch of creepy, monotonous notes, played over and over again, giving all the local women in the town zombie-like headaches.

Now, this isn’t just all there is to the story, but it just as well might have been, as the plot doesn’t really seem to develop much from that point on. The movie is all about setting a mood, showing creepy images, and basically just making the viewers generally uncomfortable – which it actually succeeds doing. I felt bad watching this, but strangely attracted to it at the same time.

The cast is pretty good actually, with Jeff Daniel Phillips and Ken Foree as the other two radio-hosts, and Bruce Davison as the historian who tries to get to the bottom of this whole witch-thing going on. The problem is just, that the movie doesn’t really go anywhere with it’s plot, and it’s not really a slasher-movie or exorcism-movie, which you could expect. It’s purely about making you feel miserable, and that’s not (always) a good thing.

Oh, by the way… if you’re expecting to see a lot of Sid Haig and Michael Berryman, think again, as they’ve only got small non-talking, not-interesting cameos. Meg Foster is pretty good as the witch-“queen”, though.

Review By: KnatLouie Rating: 6 Date: 2013-04-20
Witchcraft/Satanism in modern Salem by Rob Zombie
RELEASED IN 2012 and written/directed by Rob Zombie, “The Lords of Salem” is a witchcraft/horror flick starring Sheri Moon Zombie as a DJ in Salem, Massachusetts, who is sent a wooden box containing a mysterious record dubbed “gift from the Lords.” The creepy music thereof triggers flashbacks of her town’s infamous past. Is Heidi going crazy or are the witches taking revenge on Salem?

The ambiance, mood, directing, music, locations, sets and cast are all top notch, showing that Zombie has developed into a quality director since his first shot eleven years earlier with “House of 1000 Corpses,” which was shot in 2000. This is serious haunting horror as opposed to the campy black comedy of “1000 Corpses” (not that there’s anything wrong with that, lol). The movie mixes elements from “The City of the Dead,” aka “Horror Hotel” (1960), “Suspiria” (1977), “Rosemary’s Baby” (1968), “The Wicker Man” (1973) and “To the Devil a Daughter” (1976). If you like any of these movies, “The Lords of Salem” is as good or better.

Usually when you see old hag witches in movies it’s kinda eye-rolling; not so here. Rob gives us the real deal and it’s not pretty, although I admit to busting out laughing every time the witches hailed Satan. Speaking of which, modern Wiccans won’t like how the films mixes Witchcraft with Satanism (the truth hurts). Interestingly, there’s almost as much Christian imagery as there is Satanic.

One thing’s for sure, Zombie doesn’t paint witchcraft/Satanism in a positive light. It’s similar to “The Witch” (2015) in this respect, where converting to witch-dom meant becoming a baby-slaughtering, blood-bathing, family-destroying, goat-sucking, friggin’ pedophile hag with the illusion of youth. When the Devil eventually appears in “Lords,” it’s anything but a positive image.

The story seems to perpetuate the myth that those condemned at the Salem Witch Trials in 1692-1693 were burned to death. Actually, 19 people were hung, another slowly crushed to death, and over 150 imprisoned.

Sheri makes for a strong protagonist, but she’s the extant of any eye candy on the female front. As noted earlier, the witches are all hideous hags and look even uglier with their clothes off. Meg Foster surprisingly appears as the lead witch. Meanwhile, Judy Geeson, Patricia Quinn and Dee Wallace are on hand as a dubious trio in modern Salem. Speaking of whom, they have a great (hilarious) tea scene with Bruce Davison, who plays an expert on witchcraft.

THE FILM RUNS 1 hour, 41 minutes and was shot in Salem, Massachusetts; Sable Ranch, Santa Clarita, California (witches dancing around fire); and the Los Angeles Theatre (opera house).

GRADE: B

Review By: Wuchakk Rating: 7 Date: 2018-06-29

Other Information:

Original Title The Lords of Salem
Release Date 2012-09-10
Release Year 2012

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 41 min (101 min)
Budget 1500000
Revenue 1165882
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director Rob Zombie
Writer Rob Zombie
Actors Sheri Moon Zombie, Bruce Davison, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Judy Geeson
Country USA, UK, Canada
Awards 1 win & 3 nominations.
Production Company Alliance
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Red One MX, Panavision Primo, C- and E-Series Lenses
Laboratory LightIRON Digital, Los Angeles (CA), USA (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW (4.5K)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Panavision (anamorphic) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm, D-Cinema

The Lords of Salem 2012 123movies
The Lords of Salem 2012 123movies
The Lords of Salem 2012 123movies
The Lords of Salem 2012 123movies
The Lords of Salem 2012 123movies
The Lords of Salem 2012 123movies
The Lords of Salem 2012 123movies
Original title The Lords of Salem
TMDb Rating 5.4 602 votes

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