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The film has polarized Zombie's usual audience; it relies heavily on influence from European horror cinema and strange, disjointed visuals, making it feel in some places more like a feature-length music video than a coherent story, and those expecting a return to House of 1000 Corpses from the musician-turned-filmmaker may be in for a surprise. But what does Rob himself have to say about the film's strangeness? Planet Fury had a chance to sit down with him at SXSW 2013 and gain a little insight from the man behind the madness.
- Amanda Rebholz
Today sees the limited release of Rob Zombie's The Lords of Salem, which means we've reached part five of this five-part retrospective which began with Zombie's 2003 feature House of 1000 Corpses. I hope you've enjoyed this look back at Zombie's career as much as I enjoyed interviewing him and writing about it. If you haven't already, please give the previous installments in this series a look, I've included all the links at the bottom of this final post. The Lords of Salem Zombie's newest film is The Lords of Salem, an exceedingly moody slice of psychedelic blasphemy. Never one to make the same film twice, Zombie's latest opus represents an evolution toward more cerebral, yet equally visceral scares. Relying less on hulking or twisted degenerates to deliver the shocks, Lords has a decidedly feminine bent to its particular brand of creeping menace. It also is his first film to »
- Matt Risnes
2 items from 2013
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