Sunday, March 27, 2011

LORDS UPADTE : LOCATIONS

And so it begins. Here are a few shots from my recent scouting in Salem. Great town, great locations. Stay tuned to this blog for all upcoming LORDS updates. Much more to come since we are now moving full steam ahead.






42 comments:

  1. *I liked the narrow streets! Very good! All great shots RZ

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  2. Anyway we can get a HI-RES version of the LORDS OF SALEM pic on the top left of the website?

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  3. Hey Mr.Zombie
    Where do I sign up? I am dying to work on this

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  4. Am very excited about this movie. Full steam ahead!

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  5. looks like it's gonna be a good one....god hates em..missing dog head?...Skubis

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  6. Did you happen to check out the Stephen Daniels house? My wife and I were the only guests there one night and it was one of the creepiest nights. We're back in Salem next week. Too bad filming won't start for awhile--my wife is dying for extra work in a RZ film. Really looking forward to this.

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  7. It's definitely gonna be awesome!

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  8. Nice Pics man. Good to have you back in New England.

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  9. I'm a Boston filmmaker originally from Newburyport. I love that you're using Salem as a backdrop for your next film. And I'd love to work on your crew in any capacity when you come through town. How how would I go about getting involved? Here's a link to my work, michaelquill.com. Thanks.

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  10. I live in MA and went to college at Salem State. Let me know when you are looking for extras. I would love to get involved. I know a lot of awesome places in Salem and some great people.

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  11. No one can ever save them!!!!! I can't wait! This is gonna fucking rule.

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  12. Don't know what era your movies going to be set in, but in the witch trial years, Salem was bigger, including present day Danvers.
    There are some cool sites there you may want to check out, including the Rebecca Nurse farm and the mental hospital used in the movie 'Session 9' (It was Danvers State Hospital, it's now condos, but much of the exterior looks the same)

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  13. Great pics, Rob! I actually saw you walking around Thursday too. I live in downtown Salem and know where about all of those shots are. Would love to be an extra or help out in any way.

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  14. Dude,
    If you need any funky leather work while you're in the area, my friends are a few towns over:
    www.eeldrytch.com

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  15. Yes, My lord!!
    Fuckin' Cool location!! I love it!!
    I know a lot of sacrifice for you

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  16. Thanks for sharing the pictures.The old buildings and the cemetery are cool. I have never been to a town as old as Salem, but I do find the buildings in my area that have been here over 100 years interesting. Some of those places would be great locations for a horror movie. Anyway, I can't wait to hear more about the movie.

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  17. You MUST check out Count Orlock's Nightmare gallery in Salem!
    http://www.nightmaregallery.com/
    James Lurgio Owner and Curator has an amazing collection, and knowledge of the town, as well as connections to Monster buffs, and effects artists in the New England area!

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  18. http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=123164804381052

    might be worth checking out for scouting quality extras etc.

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  19. Some wonderful locations! Looking foward to how they're integrated into the flick!

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  20. So stoked about this!! Let me know if you need extras :)

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  21. I am psyched an awesome movie is going to be filmed here. If you need a black cat for the film, hit me up on the interwebs! Welcome to Salem.

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  22. Welcome to Salem! I left my home Hollywood,CA to live here between the forgotton headstones; to explore the dark cracks etched on a historicly chaotic moral landscape. Glad to see the shadow rising above the grass...

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  23. I think we all would love to know how to be an extra! Please post!

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  24. Welcome to Salem! Feel free to hit up a local resident for some great spots...

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  25. I cannot begin to tell you how ecstatic I am that you are going to be filming in Salem, so close to where I live! Will you be casting for the film? If so, please PLEASE notify us!! =)

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  27. Please don't park on my street or I will key your car.

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  28. hey rob. im the chef at seaport cafe in salem and i would love for you to come in and get a lobsta roll and a beer on the house...good luck with the film and hope to maybe see you soon..p.s. great show last year at the mayhemfest

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  29. LOL Everyone always thinks the Roger Conant statue is creepy, but he was actually wicked cool and 10x better than the Puritans.

    There are so many bad youtube videos with grainy footage of that statue and creepy music. So lame.

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  30. Nice photos of a very evocative place. I shot some footage in Salem last year for a project (an adult film set in Salem), and a few years ago worked as tour guide in the Witch House.

    I'm a Boston-based film critic (and witch, as it happens), and would love to interview you about this when you're in town or by phone or email if you have time...Best of luck with this, I can't wait to see it!

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  31. AS mentioned before, I will work for free to be an extra !!!!

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  32. Your Halloween 2 film sucked. What were you trying to accomplish with that?

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  33. Hey, the Ingersoll House is for sale in Old Salem (present day Danvers). It's where the Reverand Samuel Paris examined some of the "witches" prior to their sentencing. The place was built in 1670! It'd make a great location. Check it out:

    http://www.redfin.com/MA/Danvers/199-Hobart-St-01923/home/11292022

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  34. Hello,

    I heard from a friend that you are looking for a dark & dreary basement for a scene in Lords of Salem. That describes my basement. I live in a Victorian house that is over 100 years old. The outside has a "haunted" look to it, complete with a Wisteria vine climbing up the front. If you would be interested, please contact me at MedicResponder@Gmail.com

    Thank you.

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  35. I would LOVE to be an extra, or a PA or a runner, make coffee, pick up trash, ANYTHING! Please email me at PhilipTNagle@yahoo.com if I can do anything. I live in upstate NY, own a car and would make the drive everyday if only to gain experience from the set. Thank you!

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  36. That place reminds me of Old Salem in Winston-Salem, NC

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  38. Alright you simple simon fucks, there are some things that need to be addressed. I for one absolutely love to express my applause and bow down to the almight Rob Zombie! Everything from this man thus far has been ground breaking, genre developing
    horror movie changing history! He re-write's evil and makes it real. A thousand thank you's for your dedication and work. I would love nothing more than to be cast in a zombie film! Life's a risk and Rob delivers nonstop terror and thrill!

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  39. I want to watch this movie. The maker of Insidious and Paranormal Activity is genius in this field and the master of the horror film maker next to Steven Spielberg!

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  40. Did you know the church in the cemetery is linked to an elaborate set of tunnels. In fact it is linked to the house next to Sheri's in the movie. Find out more on the best Salem Walking Tour! Visit Salem Tunnel Tour today!

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