#1
Anyone else love this movie? Rob Zombie did a great job. I think the scariest thing about it is, that it could all happen, except Dr. Satan. I also think it is the funniest, and scariest film I've ever seen.
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#6
Devil's Rejects was a reet pile of shite. Just awful. The only redeeming feature was Zombie's wife.
#8
I like Devils Rejects. I thought House of 1000 Corpses sucked though. The Dr. Satan part was like a completly different movie. The transition made no sense at all.
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#9
dude rob zombie movies are pretty good

you would think "oh its rob zombie is music sucks ass so his movies are going to suck" but actually i have learned you cant judge a person by their music

seriously this guy is a good horror movie director/writer
#10
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dude rob zombie movies are pretty good

you would think "oh its rob zombie is music sucks ass so his movies are going to suck" but actually i have learned you cant judge a person by their music

seriously this guy is a good horror movie director/writer

His Halloween remakes were awful.
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His Halloween remakes were awful.



i thought they were fun to watch

i wouldnt say they were good but they were good movies to see in theaters
#12
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i thought they were fun to watch

i wouldnt say they were good but they were good movies to see in theaters

It just seemed like he tried to make it "modern" and "edgy" by adding way too many uneccessary cursing (the breakfast scene at the beginning and the bathroom scene about 3 minutes later). The only part I really liked was Danny Trejo as the janitor.

edit: I am looking forward to his remake of The Blob though.
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#13
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dude rob zombie movies are pretty good

you would think "oh its rob zombie is music sucks ass so his movies are going to suck" but actually i have learned you cant judge a person by their music

seriously this guy is a good horror movie director/writer


I love both his music and movies

House of 1000 Corpses was great, it had all the ingredients of the classic B-series horror movies that make them awesome. But I still think Devil's Rejects was even better (seriously, it's one of my favourite movies, and that's saying a lot from a horror movie fan like me who has watched LOTS of movies).


EDIT: I agree both Halloween aren't particularly good, but I don't think they're bad either; they don't stand out, but they're very well shot, no matter what.
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