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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)
Gore abounds in this smug, derivative pile of eviscerated innards, but it fails on two critical accounts: First, it's an unfunny, un-campy ripoff of all that is holy to fans of 70s horror such as Texas Chainsaw Masscare and The Hills Have Eyes. Second, it suffers from "Natural Born Killers" syndrome; that is, Mr. Zombie is so inexplicably enamored with the killers that you end up detesting the filmmaker rather than giving a shit about any of the characters.
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?
A brutal yet smart tribute to hard horror of the 70's: Rob Zombie follows up HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CORPSES with what I'd call a masterpiece of filmmaking. Very few times have we had the opportunity to follow the bad guys - and these ones are bad until the end. You never feel sorry for them, but you sure as hell want to follow their plight to the end. Fantastic directing, great performances and memorable score.
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.
I didn't think Rob Zombie would be able to top his first theatrical release, "House of 1000 Corpses," but I was completely thrown for a loop by this one! Zombie shows that gore isn't necessarily a necessity, but sticking to the tried and true roots of horror most certainly is.