The Devil's Rejects

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Overview

Directed by the prolific Rob Zombie, The Devil's Rejects is a sequel of sorts to 2003's House of 1000 Corpses, and picks up several weeks after House left off. This time, the clash revolves around the tribe of violent lunatics and decidedly valueless family members of the original film, who have come to be known as the "Devil's Rejects." After learning of the extended family's horrific attacks, a SWAT team is sent to take them into custody; all but their crazed Mama escape. In addition to creating a full-fledged ...
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Overview

Directed by the prolific Rob Zombie, The Devil's Rejects is a sequel of sorts to 2003's House of 1000 Corpses, and picks up several weeks after House left off. This time, the clash revolves around the tribe of violent lunatics and decidedly valueless family members of the original film, who have come to be known as the "Devil's Rejects." After learning of the extended family's horrific attacks, a SWAT team is sent to take them into custody; all but their crazed Mama escape. In addition to creating a full-fledged media circus, this sends the sociopath housemates on the run, and they initiate a deadly road trip. Meanwhile, Mama has to deal with a violent, vengeful sheriff William Forsythe. The Devil's Rejects features Bill Moseley, Sid Haig, Sheri Moon, Michael Berryman, and Ken Foree, among other cult horror regulars. ~ Tracie Cooper
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Disc 1:; Unrated director's cut version; Audio commentary with director Rob Zombie; Actor audio commentary with Sid Haig, Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon Zombie; Blooper reel; The Morris Green Show - "Ruggsville's #1 Talk Show"; Mary the monkey girl commerical; Spaulding chirstmas special; Cheerleader Missing" - The Otis Home Movie; "Satan's Got to get Along Without Me" - Buck Owens video; Deleted scenes; Make-up tests; Matthew McGrory tribute; Still gallery; Theatrical trailer and tv spots; 6.1 DTS Digital audio; 5.1 Dolby Digitial Surround EX; Disc 2: ; 30 Days in Hell: The Making of the Devil's Rejects
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The plot of this bloody slash-fest is fairly slim: Forced to flee when police invade their house of horrors, psychopathic family members Captain Spaulding Sid Haig, Otis Bill Moseley, and Baby Firefly Sheri Moon hole up with hostages in a shabby motel. Obsessed with capturing the killers, Sheriff Wydell William Forsythe pursues them relentlessly. Many people might find Rob Zombie's sequel to House of 1000 Corpses hard to stomach -- and there's no denying that it's among the most bloodcurdling works ever to secure an R-rating. But The Devil's Rejects positively tingles with raw energy and, in its own perverse way, is mesmerizing. Shot and edited with jagged, jarring cuts, the film makes viewers edgy at the outset and keeps them unsettled with brutally violent situations and grotesque images. It has an over-the-top, Grand Guignol feel, and Zombie's deliberately excessive directorial flourishes indicate that he doesn't expect anybody to take the thing seriously. The cast is studded with cult figures from '70s and '80s horror films, including Mary Woronov, Geoffrey Lewis, P. J. Soles, Michael Berryman, and even porn-star-cum-B-movie-starlet Ginger Lynn Allen. We'd give a special Cult Movies Hall of Fame award to 50-something Priscilla Barnes, former Three's Company costar and B-film regular, who allows herself to be stripped and brutalized in a particularly shocking sequence. Talk about going above and beyond the call of duty! This movie is catnip to horror fans of the splatterpunk generation, and other genre aficionados should give it a try.
All Movie Guide - Jason Buchanan
Rob Zombie is a horror fan's horror fan -- for anyone who has ever owned a White Zombie album or listened to any of Zombie's solo efforts, that much is obvious. Not only are Zombie's lyrics rife with the kind of blood-soaked mayhem and obscure genre references that could easily satisfy the dark dreams of even the most steely eared gorehound, but the entire image that he has crafted on-stage is that of a demonic, growling, white-trash metalhead bent on world domination. Unfortunately for Zombie's maiden voyage behind the camera, all the horror street cred in the world couldn't save House of 1000 Corpses from buckling under its own lofty ambition. For those willing to give Zombie a second chance, though, the good news is that the musician-turned-filmmaker has come a long way since those bloody days back at the Firefly house, making The Devil's Rejects one of the most fearless and effective wide-release flicks to come down the pike in quite some time. From the opening credits sequence on, it's obvious that Zombie is trying for something different here -- and his aim this time around is dead on. With his sophomore effort, Zombie has gained the confidence to let his story and characters speak for themselves rather than attempting to overcompensate with MTV theatrics, and his relative restraint pays off because the sheer unremorseful evil of the titular trio is more than enough to keep viewers on edge. There is still a strong sense of style here, and by employing a grainy, washed-out visual palate that recalls such classics as Wes Craven's seminal Last House on the Left, Zombie places viewers in a sort of timeless landscape that sets his gruesome epic apart from the pack. Also key to the film's success is Zombie's stunning use of Southern rock, with the director's remarkable command of sound and imagery ensuring that fans of such classic tunes as "Midnight Rider" and "Free Bird" will never be able to hear those songs again without them being accompanied by visions of bloody chaos and mayhem. At the black heart of The Devil's Rejects, though, it's the performances that truly drive the film to transcend its comparatively anemic contemporaries, and it's here where Zombie shows that he can actually elicit effective and coherent performances from his actors. Appearing as a kind of alternate-universe Charles Manson who has somehow eluded incarceration, Bill Moseley is chilling as the most psychotic of the group, who, in one especially harrowing moment, goads one of his victims to beg for mercy and summon lightning from their God to strike him down. Returning to his role as evil clown Captain Spaulding and thankfully getting much more screen time here than in House of 1000 Corpses, longtime genre specialist Sid Haig provides the kind of creepy comic relief that will have most viewers giggling with nervous laughter. While supporting player Sheri Moon Zombie is serviceable in the role of femme fatale Baby, she simply doesn't have the chops to stand out alongside genre stalwarts Moseley and Haig; and scenery-chewing William Forsythe is horrific fun to watch as a vengeful lawman whose relentless sadism may well outshine that of the murderous trio when all is said and done. As for supporting players, Zombie has packed The Devil's Rejects so full of familiar faces that genre junkies will have a blast picking out recognizable actors, with The Hills Have Eyes' Michael Berryman and Dawn of the Dead's Ken Foree making especially welcome appearances.
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert
Here is a gaudy vomitorium of a movie, violent, nauseating and really a pretty good example of its genre. 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.

Here is a gaudy vomitorium of a movie, violent, nauseating and really a pretty good example of its genre. 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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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/8/2005
  • UPC: 031398185376
  • Original Release: 2005
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Color / Unrated Directors' Cut
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Surround EX
  • Time: 1:49:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 19,173

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sid Haig Captain Spaulding
Bill Moseley Otis
Sheri Moon Zombie Baby
Ken Foree Charlie Altamont
Matthew McGrory Tiny Firefly
Leslie Easterbrook Mother Firefly
Geoffrey Lewis Roy Sullivan
Patricia Barnes Gloria Sullivan
William Forsythe Sheriff John Wydell
Kate Norby Wendy Banjo
Lew Temple Adam Banjo
Dave Sheridan Officer Ray Dobson
Elizabeth Daily Candy
Danny Trejo Rondo
"Diamond" Dallas Page Billy Ray Snapper
Brian Posehn Jimmy
Tom Towles George Wydell
Michael Berryman Clevon
P.J. Soles Susan
Deborah Van Valkenburgh Casey
Ginger Lynn Fanny
Jossara Jinaro Maria
Chris Ellis Coggs
Mary Woronov Abbie
Daniel Roebuck Morris Green
Duane Whitaker Dr. Bankhead
Michael "Red Bone" Alcott Darrell
Juanita Guzman Ruth
Sean Murphy Turk Murphy
Jordan Orr Jamie
Kelvin Brown Bubba
Glenn Taranto Anchorman
Mike Bellesfield Medical Examiner
Richard Cansino Voice Only
Joe Cappelletti Voice Only
Richard Epcar Voice Only
Kathleen Gati Voice Only
Steve Kramer Voice Only
Lex Lang Voice Only
Tyler Mane
Steve Railsback Sheriff Ken Dwyer
Robert Trebor Marty Walker
Tim Williams Conductor
Technical Credits
Rob Zombie Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Yasmine Abraham Costumes/Costume Designer
Lesley Aletter Stunts
Ulysses Argetta Animator
John Ashker Stunts
Dana Berry Stunts
Marco Black Asst. Director
Neil Blevins Animator
Peter Block Executive Producer
Joey Box Stunts
Stephan Vladimir Bugaj Animator
Michael Burns Executive Producer
Chris Carnel Stunts
Mark Chadwick Stunts
David V. Daniel Camera Operator
Rick Davidson Camera Operator
Richard Dawn Sound Editor
Todd Devane Set Decoration/Design
Mike Elliott Producer
Ali Forman Associate Producer
Glenn Garland Editor
Andy Gould Producer
Ace Hatem Stunts
Chris Hayes Camera Operator
Lyndal Heathwood Animator
Joel C. High Musical Direction/Supervision
EarCandy Incorporated Sound Editor
Jason Johnston Animator
Timothy Kirkpatrick Art Director
Anne Kurtzman Consultant/advisor
Wolfgang Matthes Sound Mixer
Rick McCallum Stunts
Marco Mehlitz Producer
Monika Mikkelsen Casting
Brent Morris Co-producer
Roger Morrissey Stunts
Douglas Noe Makeup
Michael Ohoven Producer
Guy Oseary Executive Producer
Steve Parker Animator
Phil Parmet Cinematographer
Michael Paseornek Executive Producer
Frank Purtiman Animator
Buck Robinson Sound Mixer
Tom Rowland Musical Direction/Supervision
Andrew Sagar Animator
Scott Sanders Sound/Sound Designer
Paul Short Stunts
James Sprattley Camera Operator
Phoebe Sudrow Camera Operator
Vincent Toscano Animator
Wayne Toth Special Effects
Tony Tremblay Production Designer
Al Tuskes Animator
Cindy Yohnka Stunts
Julie Yorn Executive Producer
Bill Zahn Animator
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Devil's Rejects
1. Search and Destroy [5:23]
2. "I Love Yiu Mama." [5:09]
3. Main Titles [2:45]
4. Captain F*%#king Spaulding [4:52]
5. A New Angle [3:53]
6. Not Clown Material [4:51]
7. The Business At Hand [5:12]
8. Ultimatums [4:51]
9. One Busy Whore [4:22]
10. Relieving Tension [4:20]
11. I Am the Devil [2:32]
12. Mind Power [4:17]
13. Marty Walker [4:33]
14. A Family Affair [1:55]
15. Housekeeping [2:10]
16. Road Kill [4:42]
17. Walking the Line [5:33]
18. A Brothel Party [4:20]
19. Chicken F*%#ker [3:47]
20. Crashing the Party [2:11]
21. Start the Killing [3:28]
22. Vigilante Justice [1:58]
23. From Darkness to Light [5:17]
24. Open Highway/End Credits [7:55]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Devil's Rejects
   Play Movie
   Set Up
      Audio
         Audio Commentary Wirh Director Rob Zombie
         Actor Audio Commentary With Sid Haig, Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon Zombie
         English 6.1 DTS ES Digital
         English 5.1 Dolby EX Digital
      Subtitles
         English
         Spanish
         None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Blooper Reel
      The Morris Green Show - Ruggsville's #1 Talk Show"
      Mary the Monkey Girl Commercial
      Spaulding Christmas Commercial
      "Cheerleader Missing" - The Otis Home Movie
      "Satan's Got to Get Along Without Me" - Buck Pwens Video
      Deleted Scenes
      Make-up Tests
      Matthew McGrory Tribute
      Still Gallery
      Theatrical Trailer & TV Spots
      Soundtrack
      DVD Credits
Disc #2 -- 30 Days of Hell: The Making of Devil's Rejects
   Play All
   Index
      Part One
      Part Two
      Part Three
      Part Four
      Part Five
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Amazing

    GREAT GREAT movie, i really enjoyed it. House of a 1000 corpses was more cartoon like (still great mind you) and i enjoyed it, this was just 10x better in every way. I love te fact its set in the 70's and the music is a big part of this movie following 3 killers going buck wild on a bunch of travelers "Boy the next thing that comes out your mouth better be some Mark Twain shi* because its gonng be shizzeled on your grave" is the best damn line i ever hear in my life. Otis is best out fo all over them how he runs into the hotel room with the guys face on his and then the girls runs out with her boyfriend face attached to her and get demolished by a 18 wheeler. The end was perfect, like bonnie and clyde they went out in a sea of bullets to Free Bird, classic. This movie si worth ever min i put into it, Rob Zobie really is a force singer, artist, writer, director ect thers nothing this man can do that would suck. ROCK ON

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Just.... bloody brilliant

    by DANE YOUSSEF Rob Zombie is without a doubt one of the most versatile and true-to-his-genre artists out there. "The Devil's Rejects" is the kind of movie uptight censors and worried parents always warned you was gonna get made some day. A movie where the leads are psychopathic murderers, the violence is excess and the gore is so voluminous, that you have to ask: "Does this movie satirize this kind of sadism... or celebrate it? Is it a fun campy parody... or a sign that we may have gone too far with our ultra-violent-based entertainment?" This movie actually defines the term "overkill." Three of the more interesting deranged killers from "House Of 1000 Corpses" get their own spin-off in the "Frasier" or "Jeffersons" tradition. The three, who are a family, actually (a father and his son and daughter) go on a mass killing spree and are racing out of the country to legal freedom on the other side of the border. They seem to echo the Manson Family. Their sense of humor is the kind of acquired taste like the movie itself has. It stems from the experience you'd get from... watching slasher movies throughout a lot of your life. Like lime green Jell-O, anchovies, fish eggs and black licorice, this is not for all tastes. The movie is actually a lot smarter and more complex than you might imagine, if you're unfamiliar with what Zombie's movies are about. It's akin to films like "From Dusk 'Til Dawn," "Vulgar," "Desperado" and "Freaked." If you like these types of "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and "Friday the 13th" re-vamping in the video-geek traditions, here is a movie you may hold up as one for the history books. The dialogue is written a twisted brilliant way and the direction has a real retro-'70's homey-quality to it. In a way that doesn't feel contrived. Sid Haig, Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon are all so perfectly demented in their roles, you have to wonder what they're like in real life. You pray they're nothing like they are here... and hope you never come across anyone remotely like this either. Sheri Moon, wife of director Zombie, looks more like a typical American model-actress than the degenerate rank-skank she plays here. Moseley is real-life, was actually a columnist and Heig often played scuzzy thugs, but played the judge in Tarantino's "Jackie Brown." I find it incredibly strange that some people seem to be COMPLAINING that the pursuing cop character (the sheriff, John Quincy Wydell) is as sadistic and mentally unbalanced as the family killers themselves. Why? Yes, he is. But... why? Why is that a bad thing? In any way at all? Look, if there's anything history and government have taught us, it's that it takes one to catch one. Not just in the movies, but in life. And not just in real life, but in movies as well. You see, it's not just an opinion. It's a fact. It's the way of the world. People... do we all not remember Tommy Lee Jones in "The Fugitive"? His I-Will-Catch-him-By-Any-Means-Nessicary-Law Enforcer way was one of the true milestones in the movie, and it got him an Oscar. Would we want any of the other major characters to be far less interesting than the leads? When you eat a meal of any kind, you don't just want a rich main course and the side dishes to be as tasteless as styraphone. You want a whole meal you can taste. And the stuff with the sheriff and the rest of the cops IS something to see. Why? Because he isn't any kind of undeveloped character. Zombie made him (and everything else) just as big, broad, colorful and energetic as the '70's genre that this one stems from. There's some humor with the Kentucky-Fried Sheriff and the rest of his "Good Ol' Boys" in Blue. It goes without saying that in a small town, the cops are all red-necked. The way the stereotype of the small-town cop in a campy-slasher pic is handled with

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ok first writing a headline is dumb

    ok first off this movie kinda reminded me of natural born killers but bloodier. it had a cool feel to it and a good soundtrack. i think it was much better than house of 1000 corpses, made more since. and really what is with all the redneck killers and weird mountain folks in movies these days. every since hills and tcm we have been seeing alot of those type movies. house of wax wrong turn and the remakes. so if you enjoy crazy redneck movies you might find this one kinda cool.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Rob Zombies best movie!

    The Devil's Rejects is the sequel to the 2003 movie House of 1000 Corpses.Though the first is always the best.This movie was way better then the first.This movie has twisted things and lots of gore and it truly is one of my favorites.I love horror movies and this is truly one of them.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    [3.5]-Rob Zombie is one sick director.

    Once again, this, probably one of the sickest, most twisted and unpleasant films I've ever seen. From both a graphic and subliminal point of view it's a bit of a wonder how it got a rating actually. From the off-set the title lets you know what kind of film it's going to be (Rob Zombie probably thought it sounded cool). I thought that this movie had some good cinematography and a dusty washed out feel that has been done before but still lends the right atmosphere for this kind of violent horror. I don't mind violence if it is integral to the plot or if it is even scary such as in Hitchcock's Psycho. This film is neither thrilling nor scary and feels like the director had a bunch of ideas that he wanted in the movie and everything else must fit around it. The plot basically has a tense stand-off involving a Louisianan sheriff (William Forsythe) and his deputies outside a run-down, ram-shackle home where a clan of murderers dubbed 'the devil's rejects' are staking out. Following a tense stand-off and the death of a few officers, one is killed and the mother is captured. But the daughter and son continue to roam free, dodging the long arm of the law whilst also getting the chance to carry out their depraved, deadly activities on some poorer, unsuspecting victims along with the help of a twisted, ogre-some clown called Captain Spaulding. Weirdly, it's only when the end of the film draws near that you realize just what a nasty, unpleasant experience it's all been. I was left with a feeling similar to that of other films I've seen along the lines of Running Scared and the Kill Bill movies, only it didn't feel as though the excessiveness of the unpleasantness was being piled on so heavily that it became a laugh like with those films. But this goes a bit deeper than that, and it's nasty side is enjoyed so much that blood and gore isn't all it pumps on, we also have to endure some very disturbing, upsetting, even distressing scenes of human degradation, humiliation, callousness and the twisting of the loving nature of the female species that it's a struggle to think who'd find it enjoyable. It all ends up rubbing off on you the viewer in the end when the bad guys appear to be getting their comeuppance and you're loving watching the sheriff inflicting some of the torture on them that they inflicted on their victims, awakening your baser instincts and actually giving you the mind-set of the characters you hated so much in the first place. It is a nasty, blood-soaked film, just not in the way I expected it to be. But that's all it seems to be, just a non-stop bombardment of missed up unpleasantness with no real artistic value. It's not a film I'd feel comfortable watching again and it certainly didn't make me want to catch up with its predecessor, House of 1000 Corpses.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It's "Bonnie and Clyde" meets "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"!

    "House of a Thousand Corpses" was a film that has a great lighting scheme, acting and Direction. But what lacked was the story, in "The Devil's Rejects" you have everything and a classic story of evil vs. evil. Rob Zombie's direction is certain, we must love the killers and hate them. Granted, this film has shown me things that have made me sick to my stomach and have shocked me. But when a film like this is out you must expect one thing. Blood and lots of it, worthy second Volume and a hell of a soundtrack.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Dear Devil...

    This movie was brutally awesome! It was funny too.Soaked with blood and boiling with gore.Captain Spaulding,Baby,and Otis worked together so well.They were just regular people who had fun and acted silly.Of course, killed too.Something about their character made me want to be apart of them.There comes a time in the movie where I would think they were the good guys.They never gave up.In my eyes,they were good Hero Devils.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Rejected!

    The Devil's Rejects is a pretty bloody movie, but it wasn't that violent as I thought it would be. One thing that I like about this movie is the characters. Because, rather than just knowing that the killer are just killers, this movie shows the inner of the character. The movie is also funny in a evil twisted way and it has good plot. I recommend this movie because it's bloody and outragesly funny. Oh, if you easily get disgusted, then this movie is for you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    horrible

    This movie was horrible. It wasn't a scary movie, it was disgusting and grotesque, along with tasteless. It has to be one of the worst movies I ever wasted my time on seeing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Devil's Rejects

    Well Rob Zombie did it again he started were other directors leave off and fail to include in their horror flicks. I have to say that Zombie is just getting better as he goes along. Devil's Rejects was even better than the first and how rare is that to say about a sequel. It had a good and believable storyline and the characters and dialogue were more colorful the second time around. This is a great movie to recommend for those who like their horror with some humor and great characters. I can't wait for Zombie's next movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Treat yourself to film that does'nt flinch

    If you enjoyed House of a 1000 corpes (at all) you'll the devils rejects. It darker, bloodier, and the characters are fleshed out wonderfully in this one. They've done away with the makeup and costumes and what left is gritty, raw, and all to real. If your sqeemish or eaisly offended the Devil's Rejects (or the 6 o'clock news) may not be your cup of tea. But hard core horror fans are sure to love it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    awsome movie

    this my friends is one of the best movies ever. I must say i have never seen a more violent movie grace the movie theater screen in a while. the movie is full of amazing characters, one secound you'll be laughing your head off, then you'll be scared out of your wits and then you'll be pukeing your brains out over the extreme gore. also after you watch the movie over and over you can watch the special features. there are so many, like the forest green show (which is actually in the movie only now you see the whole show), a music video, otis's home video and more. and to top it all off you get a feature legnth (actually it's longer) in depth behind the scenes review. anway buty this movie now and remember, "i am the devil and i'm here to do the devil's work".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    SPECTACULAR

    I absolutely fell in love with this movie after I saw it. This movie had everything I could possibly in a horror/action film. It's full of violence, blood, sex, language, and drinking. This film is a lot better than "House of 1000 Corpses", though that movie was really good. "The Devil's Rejects" is a must see!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The all-movie guide is defiantly incorrect

    First of all, it was not a few weeks after, it was almost 2 YEARS!!! Second, it was not a swat team, just the normal Ruggsville police force. Also, it was not just mama who didn't escape, it was also Rufus. the ignorant person probably didn't even see the movie.

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