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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)
Zombie clearly adores B-movies like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre as well as batshit-crazy Grindhouse schlock reserved for undiscerning gore fans. The latter was bluntly hammered home by the inferior House of 1000 Corpses yet the sorta-sequel Zombie's concocted in The Devil's Rejects is more clearly linked to the low-budget craftmanship displayed by Hooper in the Massacre films, the result of Zombie's stylish mashup homage is a horror film that ultimately stands on its own two feet.
A disgusting movie. I would have turned it off had I not been in the theaters and I might have left left had I not been with people. There is truly not one reason I would want to ever see this movie again as it's only redeeming quality was the soundtrack and I could just listen to the songs without watching sadistic bullshit.
The Devilīs Rejects is one of the most compromising movies of the last years. Itīs brutality goes very deep.The mutilation and humiliation is matchless compared to other modern horror movies. Zombie made a lot if you consider that he had to manage with little money.
The cast is back for more murder and mayhem. It's certainly an order of magnitude better than most modern horror flicks, and better on many levels then the last movie. The violence isn't comically over done like most movies these days, but you're left wondering who you're rooting for. And that makes it less then a good movie.
A great tribute to 70s Horror Exploitation. Zombie knows just when to be gruesome, when to be funny, and, even, when to be a little cute. His movies are generally hit or miss, but this is the one he should be most proud of.
Rob Zombie is a far better film maker than musician. I really like The Devil's Rejects because it is just straight to the point fucked up and violent. Lots of fun to watch, and the shit comes out of the characters mouths are hilarious. I really liked the part when they brutally tormented and killed the Banjo family, but my favorite part is the Free Bird car shoot out...instant classic.