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Opened in Theaters: Friday, July 22nd, 2005

Directed by Rob Zombie

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The Devil's Rejects
Sheriff Wydell's brother is fueled by revenge when he finds out that his kin was slain by the Firefly family, so he leads a band of bounty hunters in search of justice.  View more >

R
sadistic violence, strong sexual content, language and drug use

Starring Bill Mosely, Sid Haig, Karen Black...  View more >

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[--- See Now! ---]by Aaron Jul 20, 2005
[--- See Now! ---]by Tracy Jul 24, 2005

If you liked House of 1000 Corpses, then you need to see this movie. Although I was disappointed that Karen Black did not reprise her role as Mother Firefly, and that there is absolutely no mention of Dr. Evil, I was still impressed with Devil's Rejects. If you like a lot of blood and gore, this movie pays off big, though there's not as much of an element of suspense, like there was in 1000 Corpses. Fans of 70's horror will love this movie and it's ass kicking soundtrack, I know I did! 

[--- Good ---]by BAMFRA Aug 10, 2005

I actually hated House of 1000 Corpses, but the trailers for this movie much looked better, so I decided to check it out. I was very pleased. A good movie, lots of blood, violence, gore, some funny dialougue and not a single redeeming or likeable character to be found. It doesn't revolutionize horror, but its a good movie. 




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