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Plot: Five carnival workers are kidnapped and held hostage in an abandoned, Hell-like compound where they are forced to participate in a violent game, the goal of which is to survive twelve hours against a gang of sadistic clowns. Runtime: 102 mins Release Date: 16 Sep 2016
Rob Zombie is back and brutal as ever! (by bueller55)
I really enjoyed this movie, despite the awesome atmosphere of the crowd which included most of the cast and the director himself, it was the film itself that had me on the edge of my seat. The opening monologue by the most evil, dangerous and deadliest clown of them all Doom-Head himself but don't call him a clown sets an extremely exciting pace to the film. James Gang's Walkaway was the opening credit's song that immediately told us that we were back in the 70's just like Rob Zombie prefers to set most of his films in and he made the right choice again. Setting the film in <more>
1976 made our main characters that bit more interesting but it was the cast itself that made these characters really enjoyable to watch, so we meet our quirky carnies and learn a bit about their own little world. But before long the carnies are on their way to their next gig, driving through the desert on Halloween eventually being kidnapped in a way that's quite different from what you'd expect from a Zombie movie and find themselves in Murderworld. An enormous underground compound run by three old psychos in powder wigs who explain the rules of the game known as 31 where five people each year are set free in Murderworld each given a numbered bracelet, a weapon and must try to survive for 12 hours which once over are set free but so far there has never been a winner. The five carnies are untied as they enter the labyrinth with a weapon waiting for the first of the six clowns known as the heads to attack. Then what commences is none stop attacks, fights to the death, torture, bloody mayhem and the true hell that is Murderworld! I found this film quite thrilling you really don't know what's going to happen next like when we see who the toughest of the carnies really is and how all the heads are all very unique. Yes the brutality is extreme even for Rob Zombie but what really makes this film stand out is the originality of the story and how characters defy every expectation not one character slows down this film in fact it's the characters that drive this film and surprise an impress you constantly because they keep changing yet still keep their character true. The soundtrack worked very well to set the tone and setting for the film just like Zombie's masterpiece The Devil's Rejects. The ending couldn't have been better and all the actors brought their A game. The actors that really stole the show were Richard Blake who was indescribable as Doom-Head, Sheri Moon Zombie as Charly surprised everyone as being a full on action hero when she had to be, Meg Foster who was so deeply fascinating as Venus occasionally being a bad-ass and Jeff Daniel Phillips as the macho mechanic that cares about his group and will defend them with a crowbar! All in all Zombie has made this fan very happy when it hits theaters will make all his fans happy but I don't think critics will like it then again most of the greatest horror movies of all time were hated by critics initially so don't let that stop you from watching this flick!
OK so every fan of House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects begged for another film like those. We begged and we begged, we said do a prequel, do an origin story, just give us more of this type of movie. And RZ delayed it, he gave us Halloween reboots, he took a risk and gave us the witch horror version of a Clockwork Orange in Lords of Salem, he even gave us an adult Scooby-do with El SuperBeasto, he took to TV and direct an episode of CSI, literally he gave us a look at other works, but we kept begging for another 1000. And understandably so, those 2 films can be argued that they <more>
changed horror films, the villains were glorified and loved. Sheri Moon's acting of Baby was so awesome, 9 out of 10 men would still pick Baby up knowing she was taking them to the house of 1000, the one that wouldn't, well he doesn't like women, Otis was off the chain, totally insane and Capt Spaulding will forever be an icon and should be listed as one of the greatest horror villain in history.So when I see people complaining that 31 doesn't give us anything new, I'm kind of frustrated, we asked, no begged for this film. I agree it is nothing ground breaking, but RZ already broke the ground originally here. I look at this film more as a favor to the fans. RZ continues to want to direct and write new, different films, but we keep begging for more. So much in fact we helped fund raise for this film, expecting exactly what it was.Is the film perfect, hell no, it's completely imperfect. It is pure evil, as was House and Devil's.This is exactly what fans of those movies wanted. A fact paced, blood hammering, film that give us new villains to love.It is perfectly imperfect.Now, consider my taste for the past movies filled, as I personally am ready to move on and see the next chapter of creativity from RZ.
I will start this review off by saying that I just finished watching this film for the one night early premiere for the Fathom Events showing. I also have seen all of Rob Zombies movies except "The Lords of Salem" which I intend to watch and I love all of his films. The story is very simple it is about five carnival workers who are kidnapped the night before Halloween in 1976 and they are then forced to survive 12 hours in "Murderworld" and that is the story. The acting was well cast. I didn't know the people who got kidnapped but they played their parts extremely <more>
well. The people who played the sociopath clowns were excellent. The costumes were on point and also made you chuckle which I believe was the desired effect. The star of this film though was Doom-Head who was played by Richard Brake. He honestly deserves an award for his performance which was immaculate. The action was dope. I mean the kills and the maiming were Incredible. I personally can't wait for the NC-17 version to release like Rob Zombie said it would because that will be even more Intense. The cinematography was impeccable in my opinion. The camera angels were all shot to induce a sense of dread and claustrophobia. I personally never got scared but that is because I'm a horror fiend. The location was a perfect choice even though it was shot in what appeared to be a warehouse but the team made it work. I will close with this and that is that this is a Must-Watch film. I plan to buy it Day One when it releases. The whole movie never felt rushed which is a major downfall especially in the horror/gore movies of today. The ending was realistic and not cheesy in my opinion. I personally feel anyone who loves a good manhunt movie will fall in love with this film as I did and thanks.
Rob Zombie called this his "most brutal film to date" (by harmisjack)
And boy is it ever so brutal!After the his previous film, "The Lords of Salem" was met with disappointment from a majority of Rob Zombie fans and horror fans alike for being "different than a typical Rob Zombie film". Rob organized a crowdfunding campaign that promised his fan-base and horror fans that his latest feature "31" would be a return to his brutal, grindhouse, blood soaked, gritty style he is known for. The premise is simple: On the night of Halloween eve, a group of carnival workers are brutally killed and 5 workers are kidnapped by a gang of goons and <more>
taken to a secluded industrial compound known as "Murderworld", where the victims are forced to participate in a violent hack and slash game known as '31' for 12 hours before they are set free should any of them survive the brutal mayhem to come. Once the game gets underway, the action never stops! Starting with the interesting group of characters there is; Roscoe Pepper Jeff Phillips , a mechanical handyman who cares for his group and will do anything to defend them and keep them alive. Venus Virgo Meg Foster , an occasionally strong competitor in the group. Charly Sherri Moon Zombie , a dancer for the group who toughens up as the game progresses farther. Panda Thomas Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs a tough starting competitor, but softens up as the game progresses. And last there is Levon Kevin Jackson who is said to be Panda's brother, but other than that doesn't do or add much for the group. The characters are each engaging with their distinct personalities that give more than enough reason to sympathize and root for. Next we have the brutally obnoxious psychotic clowns known as 'The Heads' who are released at different times during the game, and are a blast to watch, especially Doom-Head Richard Brake who is the ultimate weapon of that group! This is where the blood soaked action starts and never stops, and is a blast to watch from start to finish until the game is over! That said, is it a groundbreaking masterpiece? Certainly not, nor is it meant to be. If you are a big fan of Rob Zombie's films, especially The Devil's Rejects, then this is one you definitely shouldn't miss! If you generally dislike Rob's films, but love horror, you probably won't like this movie either but should give it a watch at least once! 9/10 + Incredible inclusion of 70's hard rock and classical soundtrack + Colorful characters + Amazing atmosphere - Room for some character development
During Halloween 1976 a group of carnival workers are traveling through the country in an RV, on their way to their next venue. Along the way they're stopped and attacked, with only a handful of them left alive - Charly Sheri Moon Zombie , Venus Meg Foster , Panda Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs , Levon Kevin Jackson , and Roscoe Jeff Daniel Phillips . They're taken to a strange, large building, where three strange people wearing aristocratic wigs and powder force them to play "31". For the next 12 hours they must wander through a maze-like set of rooms where they must survive <more>
attempts by several people intent on torturing and murdering them. If they survive the full 12 hours they will be set free, although their captors freely express their disbelief that the captives will survive that long. i think this is the best horror movie, i like it very much. the acting was superb and background music was lovable, i saw this movie in tokyo japan in cineplex cinema and i enjoyed the movie. it was a great experience. after watching this i an become fan of horror movies. http://shutapp.club/
Is This A New Horror Classic or Not? (by NileFortnerBoogieBuddha954)
Rob Zombie's New Halloween Film '31' is Filled With Clowns, Chainsaws, Psychopaths, Blood, and Terror!Is Rob Zombie's '31' A New Halloween Classic Or Is It Another Misfire For The Director?Five carnival workers are kidnapped the night before Halloween and held hostage in a large compound. At the mercy of their captors, they are forced to play a twisted game of life or death called 31. For the next 12 hours, they must fight for their lives against an endless parade of homicidal maniacs.Anyone who knows Rob Zombie heavy metal band White Zombie, The House of 1000 Corpses <more>
will know he truly is a fan boy for horror films. You can tell from his music career, music videos, writing, films, and well him overall. Some can argue that he may be more of an indie cult following filmmaker than a mainstream film director. Especially with his last film, The Lords of Salem. Now I do like Rob Zombie as a horror director. Notice I said like, not love. Even though he makes entertaining films, for me there has not really been that film that has blown my mind away. My personally favorite film of his would be The Devil's Rejects. When it comes to his films, I believe he does not get any better or any worse. He simply remains the same. That being said, Rob Zombie's new Halloween film 31, is now a Rob Zombie film I can say I love. I enjoyed this just as much as The Devil's Rejects if not more!Now 31 is not a perfect movie. Some of the writing could be a little better, and the editing just seems a little off in some scenes. The characters feel a little underwritten. Meaning, what do not really connect with any of the characters. Yeah, they do have interesting lines of dialogue. However, they feel paper-thin. However, if you are someone who enjoys horror films with homepages, blood, babes, and in all honesty silly scenes. I can see you enjoying this to the fullest. Those who liked his first narrative features, House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects, will most likely enjoy his latest, which feels like a mash-up of the two films. But, for others, this forced toughness will be too silly and self-conscious to feel edgy, and scary. Despite all the carnage and violated taboos.Now if I feel like I know anything about Rob Zombie it is that he loves himself some of that old school horror. This film is clearly a throwback to the 1970s Grindhouse era of filmmaking. I mentioned early how the editing seemed a little off. It felt like the editor s were going for that Grindhouse look. On the other hand, I still think the editing could have been a little better. I mean there are some scenes where it is hard to tell what is happening. Also, this film is a mixture of other films. If The Running Man, Saw, The Purge, The Hunger Games, and Mr. Zombie's other films all got together to make one disturbing child movie baby you would get 31.I Ain't No Clown!There is one character in this film that for me is the show stealer. It truly is his movie. I am talking about the character Doom Head, played by Richard Brake Kingsman: The Secret Service, Spy . This character was frightening, his acting was spectacular, and it really is his movie. He owns the role, and I would love to see that character come back in a future film. Anyone who saw or read my Suicide Squad review knows that I actually did like Jared Leto Panic Room, Dallas Buyers Club as The Joker. But Doom Head is my vision for the perfect R Rated Joker in a R rated Batman film. As much as I like Jared Leto, I have to be honest. If he really does not want to come back as Mister J, DC I am begging you please, bring Richard Brake as The Joker! I never thought I would say this, but maybe Rob Zombie should help with the next Batman flick. I would not be surprised if Rob Zombie told Richard Brake "So, um, yeah, this is the script for that new Batman movie." Eyes darting back and forth .So these are my final B*tchin' Buddha thoughts on 31. I enjoyed it, and I know it will be a film I watch every Halloween! Not everyone will enjoy it, but I believe most old school horror fans will be pleased. I believe this film earns a 9 out of 10!This review is brought to you by Boogie Buddha, and remember don't just get down, but get Boogie. Thank you all for reading and or viewing, and I hope you all have an amazing day as always. :
A Fun, Imperfect but Still Violent Ride (by lrivers-88900)
I went and saw the sneak screening for Fathom Events as well as other people did. It started with two music videos, one song I liked more than the other. Then the movie started. 31 is simple: carnies get attacked, kidnapped and placed in this warehouse where they are supposed to fight homicidal maniacs known as The Heads, in order to survive. Nobody has ever survived. So the mayhem begins. Rob Zombie is really good with visuals when it comes to color and closeups on deranged activities but the camera can get shaky at times. It didn't really bother me but it could bother some. I really <more>
liked the music that went along with the film..it was very intense. The characters were unlikeable to say the least but there was one I felt sympathetic for out of the allies and the main antagonist was absolutely outstanding..he was sadistic yet had a kind of charm about him. So as the characters fight to survive you're just going along with them, watching them get picked off one by one along with the villains. I didn't really root for anyone, as none of the characters really had backstory or depth. I was a little surprised this was called RZ's most brutal film as although it had some bloody scenes, it felt a little reserved. Maybe thats because im desensitized or maybe its because the film had to be trimmed for the MPAA. Im looking forward to the uncut version to be released on DVD- im sure that will have all the gory glory we want. I really did enjoy it though.
Somehow Zombie gives a film like this a soul (by jtindahouse)
I'm not entirely sure how I feel about Rob Zombie as a filmmaker. He's done films that I adore both 'Halloween' films and 'The Devil's Rejects' and he's done films that I didn't enjoy much at all 'House of 1000 Corpses' and 'Lords of Salem' . And yet I can guarantee I'll watch every film he ever makes, because when he's at his best he's absolutely superb. '31' isn't him at his absolute best, but it's not far away.I read a quote from him before seeing the film that said it was his most brutal film yet. This was <more>
not an exaggeration, and yet I see they had to cut a lot of stuff to get it down to an R rating. How brutal was it before that I can't help but wonder?What I like about most about Zombie is his ability to make merciless horror films and somehow keep a soul in the mix. He leaves you with a desolate and hopeless feeling, but also makes you care. His characters are often unpleasant people even the protagonists and yet again, you still care about their fate. The dialogue he's writing is also getting better with each film, which undoubtedly helps this.The character of 'Doom-Head' is unquestionably the show-stealer here. He's captivating to watch when he's on screen and Richard Brake did a fantastic job bringing him to life. Some of the other 'Head' characters are fun, but none come close to comparing to him. I'm not sure whether Zombie will ever come back for a sequel to '31' he could, there's plenty more to be explored about this scenario , but if he does it would be a pleasure to see another performance from Brake who truly was in top-notch form here.
Not the Best, bet definitely better than any modern studio horror trash (by vegaxterror)
First watch: On demandSecond Watch: In the theaterOK,So there seems to be a lot of confusion, and or hate about this film. As a Rob Zombie film fan, I can see where SOME of the criticism is coming from. Although that doesn't make every internet troll with an IMDb account Roger Ebert. I approached this how I approached the new Star Wars film, and many other films now a days. With minimum expectations. If you do that, I think you will be pleasantly surprised. I describe it to my friends as "Surviving the Game" meets "the Purge". I'm a huge running man fanboy, but I <more>
wouldn't say there is much parallel there. Zombie himself has said it is a simple premise, and it's horror so I see nothing wrong there. Is it his best film? no. Are the actors the best? No. What horror film has good acting? That being said I was very well entertained. If Zombie's goal was to create over the top violence, and minimum plot than he succeeded. I think this is his most brutal, gory, and bloody film yet which we were all told to expect. The character development could have been better, and is not what you should expect from House or Rejects. That being said, it was more the story and intensity which I think was the target. Any actress could have played Charly, and I do think Sheri Moon is best in her baby firefly roll. I was pleased to see Malcolm McDowell in something that wasn't a sci-fi channel film. We also need to all take in account, this was a crowd funded film shot in 20 days. We should not hold it to the height of House or Rejects for that reason alone. Rob basically made this on a whim "in between" trying to get his Broad Street Bullies film off the ground. All of that taken in to account I was pleasantly surprised. People are getting over analytical about the editing, kill yourself. I highly doubt anyone on a forum, can shoot, direct, or edit better than Rob Zombie and his team even if they think they can . When I read these "Another Zombie turd" comments, I wonder. If you did not like any of his films then why do you keep watching them? The funny thing about people like that is, I bet they will all love Broad Street Bullies when it comes it since it's not horror, and will be studio backed. I think the gritty griminess mostly on the set by the art direction department was captured very well. The use of mostly one set gives it that reservoir dogs / hateful eight feel. I don't see how a fan of old school horror or grind house could not like this movie. In terms of the Zombie films i'd rank it 3rd best after House & Rejects. Not including remakes It's to nitpick and say the dialogue could have been better etc. At this point I basically consider Horror a dead genre. I'm personally not a fan of the PG13 CGI films being mass produced by Hollywood. I'm pretty much just down to watching Zombie's horror films. That's not because I think he's the best director, it's because he is not scaling back on violence or content. I will say my second watch of the film really seemed more intense with the big screen, and theater sound system. I also found the Q&A with Rob interesting, as well as the documentary sneak peak. If you are in to "The Making ofs" I would check that out. If you like horror, especially classic 80s & 90s I'd say watch it, pretend you don't know Rob Zombie made it and i'm sure it will be at least watchable!This is my first major film I crowd funded, I have several more shorts & features which I will be reviewing as well.