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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)
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.
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.
This is a crazy entertaining movie. Simple as that. I wish Rob Zombie would stop trying to make surrealistic horror movies and just stick with this format instead because it is clear that he has a firm grasp on how to both direct, write and shoot these things. I could talk for hours about how what makes this great but also about why Sheri Moon should stop acting. However, for all its flaws, this is the best Rob Zombie and I doubt he will ever top it. That fucking closing scene, man.
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?!"
The nihilistic amoral cinema of the 70s makes a hell of a return. Zombie's leap in filmmaking from House of 1000 Corpses to this makes me think he's got real chops. Oh and it's funny. Did I mention it's funny?