Latest ‘Lords of Salem’ image shows Sid Haig in action, with hair!





Yep, the first image of Sid Haig in Rob Zombie’s Lords of Salem features the usually bald actor with a very healthy head of long hair. I must say he looks kind of creepy in the picture, and certainly looks the part. With still no news on a release date or trailer, we will continue to share pictures with you as Zombie posts them on his Facebook page.

The image of Sid Haig can now join the recently revealed image of Michael Berryman, also looking rather creepy. Check it out below

See more of our new on The Lords of Salem here

The terrific cast of veterans includes:

  • Sheri Moon Zombie as Heidi Hawthorne
  • Richard Lynch as Reverend John Hawthorne
  • Bruce Davison as Francis Matthias
  • Meg Foster as Margaret Morgan
  • Ernest Lee Thomas as Chip “Freakshow” McDonald
  • Jeff Daniel Phillips as Herman “Whitey” Salvador
  • Ken Foree as Herman Jackson
  • Torsten Voges as Count Gorgann
  • Dee Wallace as Sonny
  • Billy Drago as Judge Samuel Mather
  • Lisa Marie as Priscilla Reed
  • María Conchita Alonso as Alice Matthias
  • Barbara Crampton as Virginia Cable
  • Christopher Knight as Keith “Lobster Joe” Williams
  • Michael Berryman as Virgil Magnus
  • Sid Haig as Dean Magnus
  • Judy Geeson as Lacy Doyle
  • Patricia Quinn as Megan
  • Daniel Roebuck as The Frankenstein Monster
  • Camille Keaton as Doris Von Fux
  • Udo Kier as Matthew Hopkins
  • Clint Howard as Carlo Caravaggio

Synopsis:

The story is about a local DJ who mistakenly unleashes a hellish curse on the town. 300 years earlier on the very streets of Salem that the townspeople walk on today, innocent folks were rounded up from their homes, convicted of being witches and sentenced to death. The Lords of Salem ran the town with an iron fist, but four witches who were tortured and killed in secrecy vowed that one day they would be back for revenge.

By Matt Wavish

Matt Wavish
About Matt Wavish 10125 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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