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The Devil's Rejects back to product details

It's all about the family
written by rereboom April 11, 2006 - 10:05 AM PDT
0 out of 2 members found this review helpful
Maybe I liked this movie so much because I'd just seen March of the Penguins (not a double feature! just recently) and thought: hmmm. There's a lot of similarities going on here. The things critters go through to protect their families in the face of life-threatening dangers. I was far more entertained by The Devil's Rejects too...

I sincerely doubt Rob Zombie was trying to scare people, I think he was just having some fun and making some strange personal statement on what's considered "good" vs. "bad" in society and how open to interpretation these concepts are. Basic philosophy 101 manifested via creepy characters. It's fun.

written by textheavy December 1, 2005 - 9:14 AM PST
1 out of 5 members found this review helpful
I suppose Rob Zombie wants people to watch this movie and think, "Wow, that Rob Zombie is really screwed up and scary."

I thought, "Wow, that Rob Zombie is a mediocrity in yet another medium."

Not even the graphic violence is done well, with most of the wounds depicted (poorly) using CGI for crying out loud.

Watch this movie if you are not in the mood for a plot, message, or character development, but you enjoy people being debauched and sadistic in a restrained and predictable way.


(Average 6.38)
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