Can the past seek vengeance? In April 2013, the past has found away back to haunt Heidi.
Directing this 101 minute horror/thriller is Rob Zombie.
killer cast in this flick is: Sheri Moon Zombie as Heidi Hawthorne,
Jeff Daniel Philips as Herman "Whitey" Salvador, Ken Force as Herman
Jackson, Bruce Davison as Francis Matthias, Judy Geeson as Lacy Doyle,
Meg Foster as Margaret Morgan, Patricia Quinn as Megan and Dee Wallace
as Sonny. With quick appearances by Sid Haig and Michael Berryman.
pals Heidi, Whitey and Herman receive a mysterious album from an
unknown group called the Lords. While giving it a listen, Heidi starts
feeling kinda weird. Then comes the horrible visions... is this a
from her past or is something more sinister lurking in the
This movie was great, by far Zombie's best work yet.
The story was haunting, the script was really good and it had great
camera work. Special effects did a great job adding a sinister element
to the movie. Plus, you can find the same handful of stars making
appearances in Zombie's other movies which just adds something to the
chemistry of the cast and the over all movie characters. It's a little
trippy, but easy to follow and worth the time spent to check it out.
It's rated R for disturbing violence, sexual content, nudity, language, and drug use.
4 stars for a bewitching movie.
Labels: Berryman, Bruce Davison, Dee Wallace, horror, Jeff Daniel Philips, Judy Geeson, Ken Force, Meg Foster, Movie Review, Patricia Quinn, Rob Zombie, Sheri Moon Zombie, Sid Haig, The Lords of Salem, thriller