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The Devil's Rejects (Unrated Widescreen Edition)
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- Audio commentary with Director Rob Zombie
- Actor Audio Commentary with Sid Haig, Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon Zombie
- Blooper Reel
- 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 Owens video
- Deleted Scenes
- Make Up Tests
- Matthew McGrory tribute
- Still Gallery
- Theatrical Trailer and TV spots
Top Customer Reviews
The Devil's Rejects is Rob Zombie's spin-off/sequel to his 2003 directorial debut, House of 1000 Corpses. That film was famously dumped by its distributor, Universal Studios, and then picked up by Lion's Gate. Then upon release it was scathed by critics, but not surprisingly, managed to connect with a cult audience. Personally I found it to be the most sensational, joyous horror film I had seen in ages. It reveled in its depravity and had the ability to be both hilarious and disturbing at the same time. The Devil's Rejects is up the same alley. Not as much of a horror movie as its predecessor, The Devil's Rejects is more of an action-horror-road movie. It looks like a 30-year-old drive-in movie. If you didn't know any better, you could swear that it was filmed on a shoestring budget in the late '70s. It captures that feel extraordinarily well. The movie gets it down from the start and never strays from it, right down to the soundtrack. The first song that you hear in the movie is The Allman Brothers Band classic "Midnight Rider". The soundtrack also features Joe Walsh, Terry Reid, James Gang, Elvin Bishop, Otis Rush, etc. Not to mention a very memorable use of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird".Read more ›
The Picture on this movie doesn't seem to be all that much of an improvement. I've seen VAST differences on Blu-Rays vs DVD (Unforgiven especially!!!), and this movie just doesn't seem to have all that much extra when watching it in Hi-Def.
There are no new special features in this release, so if you already own this title on DVD, I would advise against upgrading like I did.
The Devil's Rejects is different in tone, pacing and atmosphere. Once again Zombie enlists the talents of familiar character actors old and new. This time we get William Forsythe as a main character and Gregory Lewis, Pricilla Barnes, P.J. Soles, Danny Trejo and Brian Posehn in small roles.
I like the use of familiar faces in roles of victims as it allows us to care a little if they die without having to get to know them in this film. There is also lots of disturbing imagery in this film so it's not for the faint of heart. I only wish that Zombie would have used the entire Free Bird song for the finale, I mean it's a cool idea to use it the way he did so why not go for the gold and give everyone a eleven minute blood bath.
The 2 disc unrated edition DVD is the only way to go as the Blu Ray is hardly an upgrade in picture and you lose almost all the bonus material from the DVD including a 145 minute documentary.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My favorite from Rob Zombie. Classic 80s horror feel to it. Just perfect.Published 14 days ago by sirkurt13
If you like horror and Rob Zombie, than this is the movie for you! It has a great story line!Published 1 month ago by Nikki
¨This Film, Has It All, Revenge, Gore, Somewhat Comically Scary.¨ Pure Genius Work, from Rob Zombie.¨Published 1 month ago by vincent lavazzo
I enjoyed this movie. It made me laugh. It made me cry. It made me a clown...it made me nuts.Published 1 month ago by Mark K.
I got this movie as I was told I had to watch it, I plunked the cash for it and well its awful. Poor script, poor acting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Phoenix
In this violent and disturbing sequel to 2003's House of 1000 Corpses, we see Otis and Baby just barely escape a search and destroy police raid mission, upon being wanted for over... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kane's Review