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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)
Such a stylistic horror flick. Rob Zombie is the master, this is by far the best horror flick I have ever seen. The shots are intense, the situations messed up to no end. This movie was interesting, dark, and like already mentioned completely messed up. Seriously I didnt think Zombie could outdo Corpses but he does and how? I cannot tell you. His written dialogue is much more focused, but the witty moments are still there. Rob Zombie is the new master of the horror genre.
Rob Zombie's psuedo-sequel to House of 1000 Corpses leaves the realm of horror for a much grittier and darker road film that lacks much of a story but compensates with visceral tension and quality performances from its leads, particularly Bill Moseley.
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!
oh man this movie was cool to watch. not very gory but an awesome look at these killers. pretty funny to top it off. my only beef was with the mother actress as she was just a revolting woman. soundtrack was awesome too, bought it right after i saw it.
It's a very effective exploration of our attraction to horror and our repulsion from it. In a mixture of sex, violence, and torture the deranged clan perpetuates truly horrific things on innocent victims and still somehow we find sympathy in the familial bond of a family of psychopaths. Bizarrely that is exactly what seperates us from them--feeling sympathy for those we hate.
Grainy, grimy, childish gore. Zombie's murderous family embodies a form of playground malevolence, so far from innocence they nearly come back full circle. Forsythe's sheriff is perhaps a more interesting sort of psychopath, every bit as unsympathetic as his quarry. It's a bit rootless, which may be apt given the characters, and indeed feels most false at the points (especially the endings) where it takes on more recognizable forms; it's better off as an unknowable presentation of misanthropy.