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The Devil's Rejects

Released on 26 December 2005

Featuring: Sid Haig, Bill Moseley & Sheri Moon

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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From the feverish mind of Rob Zombie, comes the follow-up to his cult hit The House Of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects. Written and directed by Zombie, this sequel further explores the Dr. Satan Cult Murders by blending traditional horror elements with the western genre, to paint a shocking portrait of vigilante justice.

Hell-bent on getting revenge for his brother's murder, Sheriff John Wydell (William Forsythe) takes the law into his own hands, tracking down the Firefly family. With the help of the bounty-hunting duo known as 'The Unholy Two', they set off to take part in one of the most depraved and terrifying showdowns in cinematic history..
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 Average rating (15 reviews)

 not scary. not funny. not good.

| | See all elduderino's reviews (23)

Got this for £2 at a dvd store closing. Was'nt even worth that. I've seen many low budget schlock horrors, some with and some without imagination. This falls into the latter category. I had high hopes as well, but despite a decent, although unoriginal idea, the gore level is only so-so and the one liners (save for the Marx brothers expert scene) is poor. The 'family' remain neither particularly frightening nor distinctive enough to be remembered. Performances are hammed up, but fail to raise either laughs or chills.
If you want decent 'B' movie chills/thrills try Braindead, Lake Placid, Dead man's Shoes, Cabin Fever etc.

 Future Classic!

| | See all Raptiss's reviews (2)

One of those rare treats for us viewers, a sequel that surpasses its predecessor! The filming was started in 2004 as a continuation of House of 100 Corpses (which didn't seem to take off so well for a while).
We follow the story of Baby, Otis and captain Spaulding as the local brass moves in for revenge of the murder of the last Sheriff Wydell. The new Sheriff Wydell (brother) is tormented by rage and revenge. The movie touches on this, keeping us up to date and in touch with the growing madness and the consequences for our Firefly family.
Baby and Otis meet up with Baby's dad, the Marx-manic Captain Spaulding, at a motel to plan for escape. There they managed to brutalise another family. (The actors were pretty traumatised filming some of these shots - be warned!). After some more cracking bloodshed and splat scenes, the family run to Spaulding's adoptive brother's for safety, little knowing hoe powerful the thirst for revenge has become to the surviving Wydell. I won't give any more subplots away - spoilers are pants!
I personally can't praise this film enough. The documentary feel to the filming, the tender and loving family moments, the injection of realistic humour, the beautiful scenery and the choice of music all combined to rouse a feeling kin to empathy with the ever decreasing Firefly family. Personally, I feel this film will soon become a classic within it's genre. Genius!

Very important footnote: R.I.P. Mathew McGrory (Tiny). In his short life (though well over seven foot) he graced our screens in a style all his own. Mathew died in 2005 of natural causes, the same year this film was ready for us. Cheers, you're a star!

 So wrong!

| | See all RamMan118's reviews (17)

This film is so wrong on so many levels it is untrue but it is an absolute masterpiece! There seems to have been a turn in the horror genre to taking very real situations and adding over the top gore as a shock tactic, this is the first film where it really is truly shocking but absolutely brilliant with it!

After his debut, the ever so forgettable House Of 1000 Corpses, i wasn't looking forward to Rob Zombie's second effort but with this little treat i was surprised beyond belief, a little warning for all prospective buyers, this film takes gore to a whole new level so if you are in the slightest bit squeamish then leave this one where it is! You'll need an iron stomach for this one!

 Buy it!

| | See all gladius's reviews (5)

Film starts with amazing shoot-out, ends with amazing shoot-out and everything in between is just non-stop gore action!! This is one film not to be missed, and to really appreciate this film buy the first one, 'The House of a Thousand Corpses', also Rob Zombie excellent. This will introduce you to the loveable characters. These are two of the most fantastic films I have seen - buy it, buy them.

 Very brutal

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This is Rob Zombie's second film, and what a classic he has made.

The film is similar to the Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Last House On The Left, in which a group of people at a Motel are tortured to death.

Throw in buckets of gore and acts of brutallity towards the victims and you have a modern video nasty.

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ActorsSid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sheri Moon, William Forsythe, Ken Foree, Geoffrey Lewis, Matthew McGrory, Priscilla Barnes, Danny Trejo, Kate Norby, Michael Berryman, Ginger Lynn Allen, Mary Woronov, Duane Whitaker, Leslie Easterbrook & Walter Phel
DirectorRob Zombie
Certificate18 years and over
ScreenWidescreen 16:9 Anamorphic
Duration1 hour and 44 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.