Monday, April 18, 2011

LORDS UPADTE #3 : MORE LOCATIONS


Here is another batch of photos giving you a glimpse into the world of THE LORDS OF SALEM.





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  2. it looks like the place were filmed Black Death :o)

    it will be difficult for me to wait this movie. i m so enthusiast

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  3. Looking at the pics conjures up all manner of visions. I can't wait to see the ones you come up with on film!!!!!

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  4. Terrific pics certainly stimulate interest in the film. Hope the upcoming gigs in Germany won't postpone filming too much.

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  5. Look super creepy and awesome, I love your vision Rob. Wish I could be in one of your movies!

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  6. Looks full of creepy atmosphere! Definitely looking forward to seeing this one!

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  7. Hey, Rob. These locations look amazing. Great job.

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  8. Would you like to know where the smuggler's tunnels are and how to get in? Do you know the best kept tunnel is in th efoundation of one of the countries oldest churches? How about where the witches head is buried? The real spot of Gallows Hill? A fort buried into the hills with cast iron doors? Barren Hill with ancient carriage tracks? Boarded up Mansions? Formal Gardens at the Rope Mansion? A Super Fund site where they made the metal casings for Little Boy and Fat Boy? A Tunnel under a bar? A sculpture yard made out of junk? The Viking's Head on Baker's Island? The Rebecca Nurse Homestaed and Graveyard in Danvers? Celtic Stones on Prospect Hill and behind the Wallmart on Highland Ave? The best graveyards in town? Where the homeless pitch their tents on an old Civil War Fort overlooking the harbor? Old shackles in a forgotten tunnel behind the boiler in the old jail? The secret third floor in the jail where they had federal prsoners or those they wanted to loose? The tunnel under the Superior court with a room full of pictures of all the murder crime scenes back to the 1800's?
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  9. Wow, I can not tell you how excited I am for this movie...Like the top picture, I think I have seen it before in some of the books I have read about witches.

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  10. The Plimoth Plantation would be a cool sub for some of that 1692 stuff.

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  11. And then there's the First Settlers (circa 1635) graveyard at the Parker River on Route 1A in Newbury. Great Marsh there has, well, great marsh vistas too, and that drumlim the graveyard is tucked up against, with the Common and rows of mostly period houses.

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  12. So excited for you to begin filming in Salem! My husband and I are huge fans of your music and films! We have been checking the Salem paper all the time as well as your bolg for more info. Can't wait to find out if you will be looking for extras, what the filming locations will be and when you will begin production in Salem :)

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  13. I've been bugging every horror writer I love, for the past 2 yrs, for a scary Witch movie to be made and how scary it could be if someone would just fucking do it! I am so glad it's YOU!

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  16. I can't wait for this movie to come out!

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  17. What is that, witch huts?
    Or homes for the poor stupid innocent pil-grims? Hahha. This better not be a remake of some gawdawful dullass salem witch trial movies. I hooope not.

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  18. What we need are black magicians, ie., Lords of Salem, and what happens when them fuckin nutcase preists become the rulers of society. And then yes, definitely have the witches to fight back and pull them out of power, and show the world the benefits of female power. Yes!

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  19. Carve a carcass into my leg to remind me of what I would like to remember. Show me, something I would like to forget. Show me something..show me.......

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  20. OK, I have to ask..... Who is doing the casting for 'Lords of Salem'? I have recently broke into acting and I live in the area... this film would be an experience of a lifetime! Salem is great but in the fall it is home... then you add Rob Zombie and his visions...this will be utterly awesome.... can't wait!

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  21. Hey Rob! Huge fan of your music and movies. My employer The School for Field Studies (www.fieldstudies.org) is headquartered in Salem and we would be happy to take part in "Lords of Salem". Darren Aronofsky is on our Board of Directors and an alum of our school. We do environmental work in Australia, Bhutan, Costa Rica, Kenya, Tanzania,and Turks & Caicos. Feel free to reach out.

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