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Plot: In Ruggsville, Texas, the police under the command of Sheriff John Quincy Wydell attack the house of the sadistic serial killers Firefly family (a.k.a. The Devil's Reject) and they arrest mother Firefly, but Otis B. Driftwood and Baby Firefly escape from the siege. Tiny is wandering nearby the house and also escapes. Otis and Baby call their patriarch, the mad clown Captain Spaulding and they schedule to reunite at an isolated motel in the desert. When Otis and Baby arrive, they kidnap two families of singers, using sadism and violence against the harmless persons. Meanwhile, Sheriff Wydell promises to capture and kill the runaways, seeking revenge for the death of his brother, the Deputy George Wydell. Runtime: 107 mins Release Date: 21 Jul 2005
A depraved, sick and brutal film. (by sidewinder572)
Alright, I never bothered with "House of 1,000 Corpses." Mainly due to the poor reviews and the fact it looked like a "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" rip off. As a matter of fact I wasn't that interested in this movie at first. But the early buzz raised my interest and I went out and saw it."The Devil's Rejects" is a sick, ruthless, grab you by the throat and don't let go horror movie. Which is exactly what it sets out to do and it succeeds brilliantly. While the movie is sadistic and violent, the characters are extremely well developed and the movie is <more>
extremely well written. I've always felt that Rob Zombie would make a good horror director and while "Corpses" wasn't so well received it was only his first film. This is something else altogether.A genre masterpiece and the best movie I've seen all year. If Zombie keeps this up he will become a force to be reckoned with in the horror genre
I went to this movie having seen 1000 Corpses which I thought was a great retro B style horror in the Texas Chainsaw massacre genre. This movie FAR exceeded any expectation I had. Zombie NAILED it in this one. Classic Freeze frames, awesome soundtrack used with purpose -Just enough gore with out going over the top.. the essential random nudity shots that we B fans have come to expect. Suspenseful through-out.I realize that what makes all of these components work:A- This movie Unlike 99% of all B Horros is not predictable. You do not know what is going to happen next. B- Zombie builds <more>
characters. You learn history and connections, and see things from their view. C- Slight comedic aspect added. Summary: MUST SEE, MUST OWNin the words of my horror loving awe-struck friend "This is hands down the best B horror I have ever seen!"
I had the pleasure of previewing this movie a few days before its official release. While I enjoyed "House of 1,000 Corpses" I think this follow-up sequel was far better. "House of 1,000 Corpses" was more like a carnival freak show with supernatural and unbelievable scenarios, whereas "The Devil's Rejects" was quite realistic and very brutal. This film is in the vein of "Helter Skelter", and 'Otis' pays homage to Charles Manson, even hauntingly resembling him. "The Devil's Rejects" is full of bloody carnage, perversion, <more>
filthiness, vulgarity, and the characters are sadistic and relentless serial killers. It is not for the feint of heart or the squeamish. There are some clever and quite humorous lines in the movie, along with some very disturbing ones as well. Sherri Moon Zombie gives a stellar performance as 'Baby' that is quite unforgettable. It was great to see P.J. Soles Halloween in this film, still looking beautiful as ever. Leslie Easterland, 'Mama Firefly', really gives an excellent performance as the perverted and disgusting mother of the clan. All of the actors did an amazing job in this movie and were very convincing as their characters.The cinematography of this film was really brilliant, and uses the 'swipe' and 'freeze-frame' methods, sometimes resembling a comic book adventure. The music was classic seventies rock, and fits well with the road trip theme. The gore was spectacular and realistic, and sometimes even disgusted me at times, which is hard to accomplish. I gave this movie a "10 out of 10" because it is full of spectacular, clever, and gruesome horror-movie fun! It contains scenes which seriously make the viewer cringe and feel sympathy for the victims, while hating the serial killers. I've never felt so much hatred and disgust towards the villains as I did during this film, and that goes to show you how convincing this movie really is! If you like Rob Zombie, seventies slashers, and a good horror movie plot, with edge of your seat/nail-biting scenes, then this is the movie for you! Check it out, its jaw-droppingly great!
Let me start off by saying I was very, very disappointed with "House of 1000 Corpses". It was overly-fast-paced to the point where it seemed like the only people who could enjoy it were those with ADD. It was also suffering from a lack of gore and carnage, something rather surprising from the horror aficionado that Mr. Zombie is. On top of that, it was a complete rip-off of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" 1974 , which is a much better film anyway. All Zombie did differently was add neon lights.So, my expectations for "The Devil's Rejects" really weren't <more>
very high. But I began hearing reviews from people who saw the film before it was released saying that it was very different and much better than "House". And then I saw the previews, which looked promising. So, my expectations went up just a little. However, I was still pretty weary. I just wasn't sure if I could trust Zombie. But I went into the theater with an open mind. The lights dimmed. And what I saw was the glorious return of the true horror film. Rob Zombie more than redeemed himself with this brutal, funny, and utterly spectacular film. He worked out all the pacing kinks of "House", took away the flashy neon-light look, and replaced them with a gritty, violent masterpiece of terror."The Devil's Rejects" follows the three surviving members of the psychotic murderer family from "House of 1000 Corpses", who have been given the nickname "The Devil's Rejects" by the locals. They're on the run from the police, and along the way, they just happen to engage in murder, blasphemy, and sexual abuse. The exploitation fan inside of me rejoiced. In a twisted away, I loved everything I was seeing. And on top of all of this, Rob Zombie managed to put together just about the best mix of snappy dialogue and music I've witnessed since "Pulp Fiction". He even made me dig "Freebird", and I REALLY dislike Lynyrd Skynyrd.This has been a truly wonderful summer for horror fans. First, the French terror masterpiece, "High Tension", then George A. Romero's excellent return to form, "Land of the Dead", and now, Rob Zombie's truly glorious coming-into-his-own-as-a-filmmaker, "The Devil's Rejects". Let's just hope Lion's Gate has the balls to give him another film.9/10
"What's the matter, kid? Don't ya like clowns?" (by bensonmum2)
-These days, it takes something that I think is going to be really special to get me to go to the theater. From everything I had heard and read, The Devil's Rejects seemed like that kind of movie. Plus, I'm one of those who loved Rob Zombie's first movie, House of 1000 Corpses. So I went in with high expectations. Usually when you do this, you come away disappointed. Not only was The Devil's Rejects everything I had hoped it would be, it far exceeded even my lofty expectations. It's a balls-to-the-wall, butt-kicking, good time.Everything about the movie was spot on. Zombie <more>
put everything in the movie that I wanted. It's gritty, brutal, sadistic, and one helluva fun ride. Sid Haig, Bill Mosely, and Sheri Moon ARE their characters. It was easy for me to forget that I was watching actors. And Sid simply steals every scene in which he appears. It's not to say that Mosely and Moon aren't good, but next to Sid it's tough to compete. The characters have gone through some changes since House of 1000 Corpses. If it's possible, they have a darker edge to them.I could literally write pages on everything that worked for me in the film. I could discuss the excellent supporting cast or the choice of music or some of the great set pieces or the sick, violent action or Zombie's growth as a director, but I'll just mention one of my favorite moments - the ending. Without giving too much away, the final face-off between our favorite serial killers and the police is one of the coolest moments ever put on film. I was immediately reminded of movies like The Wild Bunch and its nihilistic ending. It's a film moment that I'll never forget.I, for one, can't wait to see what Rob Zombie does next.
Great movie for the true horror fan (by barbie800)
Only certain people can appreciate a movie like this. This was better than Rob's "House of 1000 Corpes". It was sleazy, gruesome, and actually funny at times. Otis, Baby, and Captain Spaulding really do make this movie. The crazy thing is that I was actually rooting for them in the end. Maybe this is sick but this is how the movie portrayed them. Come on, Baby likes tooty fruity ice cream. You can't help but to root for her. This movie also had the feeling to it that it was filmed in the 70's. It's hard to explain but it had that Texas Chainsaw, Friday the 13th, The <more>
Hills Have Eyes feel to it. All around a great flick for the horror fan who can appreciate it.
This movie has some classic ingredients for a great horror movie. Interesting characters, some really vile gore scenes, bad language, unnecessary nudity, and some familiar faces; Leslie Easterbrook from the Police Academy movies , Ken Foree the original Dawn Of The Dead , 80's pop singer/actress E.G. Daily and Michael Berryman The Hills Have Eyes provide more than enough nostalgia for retro junkies, like myself.The story isn't overly fast paced but the gore can be thick and pretty relentless and is at times implied rather than shown which I think adds to the experience. I really <more>
enjoyed Leslie Easterbrook as Mother Firefly replacing Karen Black who was in the first movie, House Of 1000 Corpses . She does some wonderful overacting in her scenes, it's a shame she wasn't in it more, same goes for E.G. Daily who plays a sassy hooker. In fact everyone was great in their parts, let's face it this is not Shakespeare - this is a horror movie, I for one demand hammy over the top performances and a bit of camp! I don't want to give anything away but I will say my favourite scenes involved Mother Firefly and the sheriff, and Captain Spaulding and a mother and child. If you enjoyed House Of 1000 Corpses, this is a superior sequel in my mind and you wont be disappointed. If your idea of horror is a glossy PG-13 rated remake you might want to try weaning yourself onto this kind of movie with something a little less extreme.
I just saw this film at a sneak preview screening in San Francisco. I had really loved Zombie's first film, HOUSE OF 1,000 CORPSES, and was looking forward to seeing how he was going to "re-create" the characters from that first film into this new one. Stylistically, this film is exceptional. Zombie knows how to build tension and has a real gift for being able to pay homage to the horror flicks of the 70's without insulting or copying them. His choices in casting is genius and the performances in this film are quite good. However, gone is the camp-value he infused into <more>
CORPSES. This film takes itself much more seriously and this does not help. In fact, the fact that Zombie focuses more on horror and torture without the same level of dark humor makes the film come off as somewhat cruel. Are we to actually enjoy seeing the victims tortured? Somehow, the fun of his first film is absent. However, for those of us who have an appreciation for the films of the original 70's renegade film makers such as Tobe Hooper -- you can't help but enjoy Zombie's style of filming. This film also enjoys have some of the best southern rock ever created to serve as its soundtrack. The three lead actors stand out and give great performances, but one wishes Zombie would have allowed them to go a bit more over the top. Karen Black did not return to play Moma Firefly which is too bad, but the actress who takes over the role does a great job. In the end -- I think this is an interesting and valid second film from Rob Zombie, but I hope that he allows his cast and his audience to have a bit more fun. The world has enough torture and violence -- if we are to see it in a film it needs to give us a bit of a scare and a bit of a laugh. If only he had utilized that dark/twisted since of humor a bit more. Still, it is worth a look -- but not for those of you who get upset by violence. And, please, this is not a movie for children. There was a child at last night's screening. That poor baby is going to be scarred for life!
I watched House of 1000 Corpses a couple months ago after I heard about The Devil's Rejects. I thought the style was interesting and the use of music was good, but overall my reaction was a resounding "meh". I thought the best thing he had going in that movie was the Captain Spaulding character, which was extremely underused. I thought the set up for the character was great, but after the first half hour or so, he just kinda disappeared until the last 30 seconds of the movie. I was excited to see that in TDR however, Spaulding, along with Baby and Otis two of the better <more>
characters in House were going to be the focus of The Devil's Rejects. So how was Rejects? Sick, sick, sick, sick, and twisted, to the point we're I'm almost ashamed to say that I really liked it. Its not a perfect movie, but I think that it was such a big improvement on House, that I was willing to turn a blind eye to its imperfections. While people noted that House seemed like just another Texas Chainsaw Massacre rehash, this has more of the feeling of a road trip comedy albeit a tad gorier , which is enhanced by the surprisingly well written interactions between the Fireflys. There were parts that felt reminiscent of From Dusk Till Dawn and one bit that seemed almost like it was borrowed from a Roadrunner cartoon you'll know it when you see it .In terms of gore, despite my cries of "sick" in the previous paragraph, there wasn't anything I found myself unable to handle, but I did notice some members of the audience walking out at some of the more gruesome moments.There are a few bits here and there that run a bit long, but for the most part the movie is well paced, and as I said before, although I'm almost ashamed of it, I really enjoyed this movie.