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Lords of Salem Casting News: We Have Our First Witch!

We finally have our first official Lords casting news! As per Rob Zombie on Facebook, "Meg Foster has joined the cast of The Lords Of Salem as Margaret Morgan the leader of a secret coven of witches in Salem." Meg has appeared in such films as John Boorman's The Emerald Forest, Sam Peckinpah's The Osterman Weekend, John Carpenter's They Live and Robert Kaylor's Carny. Shooting is expected to start this fall. Stay tuned for more news! Source…
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First Official Casting for Rob Zombie's 'The Lords of Salem'

First Official Casting for Rob Zombie's 'The Lords of Salem'
Rob Zombie announced today via his official Facebook that Meg Foster has joined the cast of The Lords Of Salem, which begins lensing this fal from the producing team behind Insidious and Paranormal Activity. Foster will play "Margaret Morgan", the leader of a secret coven of witches in Salem. She has appeared in such films as John Boorman's The Emerald Forest, Sam Peckinpah's The Osterman Weekend, John Carpenter's They Live and Robert Kaylor's Carny. "The story is about a local DJ who mistakenly unleashes a hellish curse on the town. 300 years earlier on the very streets of Salem that the townspeople walk on today, innocent folks were rounded up from their homes, convicted of being witches and sentenced to death. The Lords of Salem ran the town with an iron fist, but four witches who were tortured and killed in secrecy vowed that one day they would be back for revenge.
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"Robert Kaylor's 1971 documentary Derby is a quintessential movie about the American dream," writes Michael Joshua Rowin for Artforum. "The film centers on a young factory worker, Michael Robert Snell, and his pursuit of stardom on the professional roller derby circuit, but due to the proclivities of its eccentric subject — a handsome, 23-year-old husband and father of two who has not outgrown his wild adolescence — Derby is also a movie about harsh American realities. Since we never know whether Snell makes it, Kaylor's movie emphasizes the process of personal transformation rather than the goal of that transformation, and in so doing confronts the viewer with the sadness of a reinvention more deluded than courageous."
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