The Devil's Rejects

The Devil's Rejects

The Devil's Rejects

Rob Zombie returns with the crazed Firefly Family from House of 1000 Corpses for this crime-horror which sees them face off against an equally-ruthless police force.

2005Rating: R18, Sadistic violence, sexual themes & offensive language107 minsUSA, Germany
CrimeHorror
Director:
Rob Zombie ('House of 1000 Corpses', 'The Lords of Salem', '31')
Writer:
Rob Zombie
Cast:
Sid HaigBill MoseleySheri Moon ZombieWilliam Forsythe

The Devil's Rejects / Reviews

Variety

Variety

A brutal, punishing yet mordantly amusing work that far outpaces its predecessor in its grisly single-mindedness of vision.

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Time Out

Time Out

The look and feel of this film is a total nightmare, and some of the most effective American mood-making in years.

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BBC

BBC

A hardcore horror film that will appall as much as entertain...

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Indefensible on a moral level, Rob Zombie's perversely watchable follow-up to his much-reviled cult hit House of 1000 Corpses is loaded with filmmaking energy.

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New York Post

New York Post

This is a perfect B-movie, full of wicked dread.

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Seattle Times

Seattle Times

Occasionally effective but impossible to recommend with a clear conscience.

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Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

Offensively inhuman, uninspired and cruelly unoriginal.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

For the right audience, this movie is the butt-kicking, dirt-talking, blood-spurting equivalent of beautiful music.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

If you are a hardened horror movie fan capable of appreciating skill and wit in the service of the deliberately disgusting, The Devil's Rejects may exercise a certain strange charm.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

It plays like "Bonnie & Clyde" as made by a committee comprised of George Romero, Sam Peckinpah, Tobe Hooper, Sergio Leone and John Waters -- but Zombie still manages to inject a pervasive flavor all his own.

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