Rob Zombie’s Halloween Frustrations Led Him To The Lords Of Salem

With the new film adaptation of “The Munsters” right around the corner, there’s been a lot of talk about director Rob Zombie these days.

The heavy metal musician-turned-filmmaker now has nine feature films under his belt, as well as his segment for the Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez “Grindhouse” double feature, and the concert film “The Zombie Horror Picture Show.” The value and influence of Zombie’s filmography has been hotly debated for nearly two decades, namely due to his remake (and sequel to the remake) of John Carpenter’s “Halloween.” Horror fans often refer to his two films as “Zombieween” as a way to differentiate the films from the already broken-as-hell canon of Michael Myers, but it was working on the pair of films that led Zombie to deliver arguably his finest feature, “The Lords of Salem.”With Sheri Moon Zombie in the leading performance, “The Lords of Salem” sees her

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