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Summary: From the visionary mind of acclaimed musician Rob Zombie comes the follow-up to his smash hit "House of 1000 Corpses." Written and directed by Zombie, this film further explores the Dr. Satan Cult Murders by blending traditional horror elements with the Western genre to paint a shocking portrait of vigilante justice. (Lions Gates Films)
Twisted, not one for the younger audience. Rob really did a good job on this one, the characters came off the page which in horror flicks rarely happens. Again, it is a twisted film and not for everyone but I did enjoy it.
Another complete win for Rob Zombie as he brings us this sequel to House of 1000 Corpses. Same outrageously creepy cast of characters with plenty of gore and suspense. Also has a great soundtrack! A must see!
This was better than "House of 1,000 Corpses", how, exactly? They're equally bad in my book. Call me when Zombie decides to stop pandering to the psychopaths in the audience who would actually consider the one-dimensional hillbilly murderers that populate his films to be the "heros". He's made three movies now, and although he's proven adept at shoehorning overly-familiar classic rock songs and 70s touchstones into his works, he has yet to create a single sympathetic character.
I was pleasantly surprised with this movie. House of 1000 Corpses was pretty weak and I expected more of the same. What I got was a fairly original horror movie with a great soundtrack and some great visuals. Well Done Rob, now what's next?
So much better than House of 1000 Corpses. It loses a lot of the silly, cartoon aspects of that movie in favor of a much more gritty tone. I think Rob Zombie's direction matured ridiculously well in just the two years between films. I was pleasantly surprised. "You wanna see badass?!"
Gritty, brutal and to the point. One of those gems that makes you treasure the bad and hate the good. The maturation of Zombie from House of 1000 Corpses to Rejects is unbelievable, a must see for fans of the genre.
Seems like Rob Zombie has tried to make a "real movie", but two hours of pointless killing isn't the way to go. There just isn't anything in the movie to make me feel anything beyond mild repulsion. "1000 Corpses" was way better even though it was mostly just a feature-length music video.