House of 1000 CorpsesDirector: Rob Zombie
Horror-rocker Rob Zombie's directorial debut gets a polished treatment in this DVD release. House of 1000 Corpses has been given a letterboxed transfer at its original widescreen aspect ratio, and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Stereo. In addition to the film, the disc incorporates several bonus features, including an alternate commentary track/i>… See more details below
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Horror-rocker Rob Zombie's directorial debut gets a polished treatment in this DVD release. House of 1000 Corpses has been given a letterboxed transfer at its original widescreen aspect ratio, and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Stereo. In addition to the film, the disc incorporates several bonus features, including an alternate commentary track from director Zombie, several deleted scenes, the film's original theatrical trailer, and another alternate audio track which isolates the film's musical score.
ocker Rob Zombie. Hearkening back to the less glamorous days of horror, the film digs its roots deep in '70s exploitation and thinly-plotted '80s slasher flicks while wearing every influence on its sleeve for all to see. While the framework is familiar, it's Zombie's trademark style that sets this apart from its horror ancestors. Full of garish colors and manic editing, House tends to walk a little too close to the music-video line at many points -- but if you're able to look past those faults (many aren't), you may find yourself giving in to the carnival-like visuals and over-the-top performances littering the film. Bypassing the rule of overpopulating fright flicks with as many hot TV teens as the law allows, here horror-vets Sid Haig, Karen Black, and Bill Moseley reign supreme in Zombie's gaudy thrill-ride. Haig especially stands out as the crazed, clown-faced Captain Spaulding, who after a classic introduction, unfortunately becomes second-tier to the rest of this nasty tale...And nasty it is! While nowhere near the gore-fest that the immense hype billed it as, boosted by its bouts with the MPAA and long delay of release by being dropped by not just one, but two major studios, House of 1000 Corpses still manages to be a loud, fun, and grisly horror outing that, love it or hate it, is 100 percent Rob Zombie. Three years later, the director would come back with the sequel The Devil's Rejects, a vastly superior production that won over many who weren't satisfied with this initial outing.
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- Lions Gate
- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
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Cast & Crew
|Sid Haig||Captain Spaulding|
|Sheri Moon Zombie||Baby|
|Karen Black||Mother Firefly|
|Erin Daniels||Denise Willis|
|Jennifer Jostyn||Mary Knowles|
|Rainn Wilson||Bill Hudley|
|Walton Goggins||Steve Naish|
|Tom Towles||George Wydell|
|Robert Allen Mukes||Rufus|
|Dennis Fimple||Grampa Hugo|
|Harrison Young||Don Willis|
|William H. Bassett||Sheriff Huston|
|Michael J. Pollard||Stucky|
|Joe Dobbs||Gerry Ober|
|Chad Bannon||Killer Karl|
|Judith Drake||Skunk Ape Wife|
|Gregg Gibbs||Doctor Wolfenstein|
|Ken Johnson||Skunk Ape Husband|
|Jake McKinnon||The Professor|
|Walter Phelan||Doctor Satan|
|David Reynolds||Richard Wick|
|David Reynolds||Richard Wick|
|Donald Paul Pemrick||Actor|
|Rob Zombie||Director,Score Composer,Screenwriter|
|Maria Baker||Set Decoration/Design|
|Marco Black||Asst. Director|
|Norman Cabrera||Makeup Special Effects|
|Colin de Rouin||Set Decoration/Design|
|Michael Deak||Makeup Special Effects|
|Pete Farrell||Makeup Special Effects|
|Tom Frisby Fraser||Camera Operator|
|Amanda Friedland||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Gregg Gibbs||Production Designer|
|Andy Given||Executive Producer,Production Manager|
|Joel Hatch||Associate Producer,Production Manager|
|Matt Henkelmann||Makeup Special Effects|
|Scott Humpgrey||Score Composer|
|Scott Humphrey||Score Composer|
|John Nelson||Asst. Director|
|Michael Krantz||Art Director|
|Sean K. Lambert||Editor|
|Robert Lambert||Associate Producer,Editor|
|Danielle Shilling Lovett||Co-producer|
|Jake McKinnon||Makeup Special Effects|
|Bart Mixon||Makeup Special Effects|
|Guy Oseary||Executive Producer|
|Donald Paul Pemrick||Casting|
|Buck Robinson||Sound Mixer|
|Gilbert Romero||Makeup,Makeup Special Effects|
|Leslie A. Sebert||Makeup|
|Lisa K. Sessions||Set Decoration/Design|
|Ted Smith||Makeup Special Effects|
|Cedric Summerbell||Makeup Special Effects|
|Wayne Toth||Makeup Special Effects|
1. I Hate Clowns! [6:39]
2. Gas, Food, Murder [6:20]
3. Murder Ride [4:00]
4. Trick or Treat [1:48]
5. Baby on the Road [3:37]
6. Stick 'em on the Wall [3:55]
7. The Crab Nebula [5:19]
8. Give Me a B [3:15]
9. Showtime [5:21]
10. Behold! Fishboy! [4:58]
11. Shit Ten Bricks [7:34]
12. I Remember You [8:52]
13. Who's Your Daddy? [3:55]
14. Run, Rabbit, Run [8:41]
15. The Old Bastard [6:57]
16. I Got Away [7:41]
Making of Featurette
Behind the Scenes
Tiny Fucked a Stump
Early Teaser Trailer
Bill Moseley & Jennifer Jostyn
Rainn Wilson, Chris Hardwick & Erin Daniels
Chris Hardwick & Erin Daniels
2.0 Dolby Digital
Music Only Track
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The Texas Chainsaw Mas...er...House of 1000 Corpses was well put together and the cinematography was excellent. However it was the spitting image of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre I don't know about you but I expected more creativity from a guy who has a name like Zombie. I did think it had comical value, there's no character more colorful than Captain Spalding but this is nothing to brag about. Don't take my word for it see it for yourself and formulate your own opinion
The texas chainsaw massacre was this movies inspiration. You can easily tell because of how it was put together. The opening, the climax, all of it was so original and new. Rob Zombie difinatly deserves a spot in horror movie history just for this hour and 28 minutes of maddness and brilliance. I belive this movie is the next TCM. Loads of gore, twisted story, and jsut plain macabe in this movie. Great horror title, a must see
this movie was okay, it just needed more gore
This movie was amazing from first time director Rob Zombie.
Overall, this is an exciting movie. But, like many other horror films ''Corpses'' relies on heavy duty gore and shocks to impress viewers. I hope the directors cut version is released to turn a ninety minute gore fest into an overdose of horror film insanity.
If you like Rob Zombie as an artist, then you will love this movie. I was kept on the edge of my seat all the way through. The soubdtrack is excellent too! I would highly recommend fans and non fans to see this. You will become a fan after seing it!
The best damn movie I have seen in a really long time! But, beware- if you are not a horror fan, you will hate it. But, if you're not a horror fan you probably suck, anyway!
I was really looking forward to this movie, but it just didn't work for me! So much potential wasted with a plot that makes no sense and seems to never go anywhere. The worst part about the film (besides wasting my time and the talent Karen Black) is that just when you get the sense that the film is about to go somewhere it never does!
After spending a boring Easter morning with my family, my sister, a friend, and I went to see this movie. From the second it began I couldn't stop grinning even though it was terrifying. I knew instantly that this movie would be THE horror film of our generation, the one that years from now young teenagers will be watching for scares just as we all do now with the Freddy Kreuger movies and so many more. This movie is SUCH a head-trip! You never know what to expect next. The characters were portrayed perfectly and the directing couldn't have been better. Clearly one of Zombie's most unforgetable masterpieces. As soon as i get the cash, I'm buying this movie and making everyone I know watch it until their eyes bleed.
is the scariest movie ever. Rob Zombie is awesome making his own movie. I recommended for all fans of horror watch it and be careful!!!!!!!!!!!!
This genre is definitely a dying breed. But thank goodness we've got someone like Rob Zombie (and cast) to come up to the plate and revive a long awaited ''Classic'' Horror flick. No more teen horror flicks or super high movie effect Sci-fi horror stuff.... House of a 1000 corpses take it back to a gritty ''old school'' style. You've probably already read all the bad reviews from these high paid bribed hollywood fed type movie critics but believe me when I tell you will NOT be disappointed if you looking for a classic horror film. Can't wait for the sequel.
As a long time horror fan I was indeed impressed. I'm not letting my kids watch it but after doing so myself I'll probably buy it. If you liked the Texas chainsaw masacre films, especially the one with Dennis Hopper, you'll love this. Need I say more?
I would give it no stars if I could. It was as if Rob Zombie rented ''Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2'' (which is also a terrible movie) and remade it. It covers no new territory and the story is predictable from the word go. Save your money and time and watch ''Texas Chainsaw Massacre'' instead.
I would give this movie ten stars if I could!!! Rob Zombie will be robbed at the Academy Awards if he doesn't get Movie Of The Year for his efforts on this supreme work of art!!! This movie has it all: fun, excitement, suspense and just the right amount of titillation!!! Buy two copies (one to keep for back up just in case!!!)
This movie to me was good. Ive been waiting for a old fashion movie like this. I think that Rob Zombie should continue making sequals and i cant wait for the sequal.
This movie was really really good. It was so invintative. I mean throught the whole move there was something going on. A great movie everyone should watch.
We love watching scary horror movies... but this was nothing but a big disappointment. It has to be the most stupid, unscary movie we have ever seen. It doesn't even deserve a 1 star rating.
This is one of the stupidest movies I've ever seen. It wasn't scary in the least and it went on and on until you just wanted the last of the 'victims' in the film to die so it would be over. I should have known the level of stupidity after watching the 'Special Features' of the DVD and the absolutely inane skit 'Tiny F***ed a Stump'. But no, I went ahead and watched it. I love Rob Zombie's music and attitude about life but, that special something sure did not come through in his movie.
This is a truely twisted movie by Rob Zombie, so of course it is worthwhile. Yes, it does take from other cult favorites of this genre, but I love the twisted up beat feel that Rob Zombie brings to it. This is the kind of horror movie that makes you smile, giggle and get giddy!
This is not a movie for all. I found it to be absolutely amazing!! Being a mother of two, the same old 'fairy tales' can get quite boring..I enjoyed the sick and twisted turn they took in the film. You can't watch it as a typical 'scary movie'. Not only is it twisted, but, it did an awesome job at poking fun at human fears and good old .... (for lack of better phrase) 'trailer trash'.
As far as modern horror goe's(scream,freddy vs' jason , I know what you did last summer) this movie was the best.In a time when horror is at it's worst one man decided it was time to rewrite the ideas of horror in a new fashion. PLEASE ROB MAKE MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The best horror films since the 70's. Rob Zombie is beyond talented. I can't wait to see The Devil's Rejects (the sequel).