The Devil's Rejects details
|Formats:||18 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Deborah Van Valkenburgh, Sheri Moon, Bill Moseley, Michael Berryman, Leslie Easterbrook, Tyler Mane, Steve Railsback, Ken Foree, Sid Haig, William Forsythe, Tyler Mane|
The Devil's Rejects
|Run time:||1 hour 46 minutes|
|Rental release:||26 Dec 2005|
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Rob Zombie is a geniousBy Vampire from Staffs , 15 Aug 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]What a master piece, anyone who enjoyed the first one, this sequel is even better. Taking the set out of the house this time kept the plot and characters on the move and prevented boredom setting in.
The use of actors from other famous horror movies is always a good idea and a salute to Mr Zombie's love of the genre and those of us geekish enough to spot his praise of other films. The three main characters will repulse you in ways that you never thought possible and although gore is a plenty in this film so are the funny moments and Mr Zombie definitely knows when and how to mix the two to ensure neither carries on too long.
The Sheriff's character a redneck slaying, god fearing vigilante is so cool that you find yourself rooting for him to catch the bad guys and dish up his own version of deep south justice from the minute he appears on screen. The first ten minutes of the film provide the best shoot out scenes I have seen in a long time and reminded me of the old spaghetti westerns, maybe another genre favourite of Mr Zombie.
Think 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' (the orignial) meets 'Thelma and Louise' and you wont go far wrong.
I loved it, loved it, loved it, let's hope he continues to indulge his passion for film making in this fashion long into the future.
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RENT THIS FILM.By oldfaithful (39 reviews) from York, england , 16 Oct 2012i could not believe how much i enjoyed this film, i really expected it to be awful, but it was very, very good, the acting was well above what i expected with a strong cast and the story although predictable, never bored me, do yourself a favour and rent this film.
Brilliant film - good music too....By Tazminola (38 reviews) from London , 09 May 2012I thought this was really really good! If you like gore, twists and turns you will love it. Not for the faint-hearted as some scenes are little yucky! Very good cast, music and is shot really well too! Worth a watch most definitely.
totally brilliantBy cheesekake (1498 reviews) from uk , 08 Mar 2012Rob zombie shows that he's multi talented in this film.
excellent film, lots of gore, and briliant good stuff.
not for the faint at heart
The Zombie and The Devil.By BMidland (141 reviews) from Walsall , 04 Dec 2011Rob Zombie proves that his own material is a lot denser and more substantial than his Halloween remakes with this companian piece to House Of 1000 Corpses.
The horror is given free reign and a wider palate, setting scenes in broad, harsh daylight making the terror more real and vivid.
A suitably hard and gritty followup
Killer clowns are so lovely.By SiDi (24 reviews) , 31 Aug 2011So cool, cross between Carpenter/Troma/Rodriquez/Tarantino. Characters are suitably brilliantly psycho, violence and gore just right, and I love the clown! If you like any of the 'intelligent' horror genre you will love this.