“There were twenty people that everyone knows about – obviously all innocent – executed as witches in Salem,” Rob explains to Empire in a their recent interview. “The basic premise of the film is that there were a further four who actually were witches, who were killed secretly, and vowed one day to return to wreak havoc on Salem’s descendants. That’s when the movie jumps ahead to the present day and things start to go wrong…“
In the interview, Rob goes on to discuss other film projects he has in the works and the way his films and his music are recieved. “The thing I find with my music and especially the movies, is that people either love it to death, or hate it like it’s the worst thing they’ve ever, ever seen, which to me shows I’m on the right path! You forget about a lot of movies practically before you’ve left the cinema. If I got no reaction at all then I’d know I’d failed.”
Check out the full interview HERE.
Rob’s newest musical offering Hellbilly Deluze 2 is available in all good stores now, with the Special Edition featuring a DVD full of behind the scenes footage from his US touring and the promo videos from the release. Pick up the album online at Play.com and iTunes.