Hear this futile plea: Look in the mirror, Zombie. Show some class. Making people sick is no way to make a name for yourself. Even a fake name.
| Original Score: 1/5
The Devil's Rejects doesn't just deserve to be rejected, but to be buried in a hole so dank that no one will discover it.
| Original Score: 0.5/4
Robert Cummings (OK, trick or treaters, sorry; it's ROB ZOMBIE) has officially become the Jerry Springer of the horror movie set.
A reprehensible and loathsome journey of excess...any redeeming value is well hidden.
| Original Score: 2/10
There is no anchor to this madness. The authorities are just as psychotic and sadistic as the villains. Everyone on TV is a polyester buffoon.
| Original Score: 2/4
There's nothing worthwhile about a single moment of it, not even in a prurient, I-love-to-wallow-in-debauchery sort of way. It is simply rancid, unbathed, country-fried filth.
| Original Score: F
The movie turns quickly into a somewhat clumsily handled chase structure, with no clear point or end.
As the body count rises, The Devil's Rejects tries hard to stay funny and nasty, but the effort shows...
| Original Score: 2.5/5
If there's one consistent thematic lesson to be culled from "The Devil's Rejects" it's that we should embrace abhorrent and ruthless murderers as outlaw saints.lers.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Certainly different from much of its modern cinematic brethren, if not necessarily a tasteful match for most audiences.
| Original Score: C+
This is a violent, body-strewn road movie. And unless you're a fan of this kind of camp viciousness, it's pretty unbearable.
| Original Score: 1.5/5
It's the framework of an exploitation tribute Tarantino could love ... with a little polishing and a lot more backbone.
| Original Score: C
Has its articulate moments but for the most part Rob Zombie's grisly, nasty 'Devils Rejects is mostly just grisly (and nasty).
| Original Score: 2/4
It makes for one sicko spectacle.
Irredeemable trash, plain and simple, gratuitously violent and sadistic and aimed at people who derive entertainment from watching other human beings suffer.
A little of this will go a long way, and besides, who wants to see someone torturing Three's Company's Priscilla Barnes in a roach motel?
Rob Zombie proves he's a filmmaker to be taken seriously -- or at least not to be considered a total joke -- but he still hasn't figured out how to fashion something more than the sum of his enthusiasms.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
The movie features some of the ugliest people and most disgusting behavior this side of I Spit on Your Grave.
The family that slays together... stays together. If you like movies about redneck psycho serial killer families and don't mind a LOT of profanity, this is for you.