The Devils Rejects

Theatrical Release: July 22, 2005
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Synopsis

The unthinkable horror and chaos continues a few weeks after the events depicted in “House of 1000 Corpses,” as the murderous Firefly family is forced on the lam after a bloody showdown at their home. With their story all over the news, the Firefly family continues their soulless killing spree, while Sheriff John Wydell (William Forsythe) – hell-bent on avenging his brother’s murder – looks to track them down for one last horrifying confrontation.

Dove Review

This film is so vulgar, I’m sure even the Manson family wouldn’t approve. The entire film centers on a family which enjoys preying on the fear of their victims. Other than a few comedic moments, this entire movie is absolutely terrible. Maybe Rob Zombie should stick to his music, and leave the movie industry to those who actually have talent. There is nothing in this film worth experiencing, and if someone happens to give you this movie, use the DVD as a coaster.

With over 190 F words alone, this film isn’t approved, almost two hundred times over. There are over 320 obscene/vulgar words and phrases in this film. Also included, with the obvious violence, are nudity and the mockery of God and prayer. Reject even a remote interest in this movie; it’s not a horror movie, but rather a horrible movie.

Content Description

Sex: Man shown cuddling in bed with corpse of a woman. Reference to a "quickie handjob", talk of a woman's breasts flapping, man told girls want to F*** him. Man shown groping woman, woman forced to strip for man. Sex is shown. Woman told there are "other things" she could do with her mouth.
Language: 191 F, 41 S, 30 A, 15 B, 6 JC, 16 G, 3 D, 2 H, 5 wh*re, 8 slang terms for female genitalia, 2 fag, 2 piss, slang term for male genitalia, F word mouthed and spelled couple times, middle finger gesture.
Violence: Several people shot, stabbed, throats slit, chopped, maimed, necks broken, etc.
Drugs: Characters smoking cigarettes through entire movie, cocaine and marijuana used, man told he's been smoking dope.
Nudity: Woman's breasts shown, full nudity shown, people shown having sex.
Occult: Several instances of mockery of God, prayer.

Info

Company: Lionsgate
Writer: Rob Zombie
Director: Rob Zombie
Genre: Horror
Runtime: 109 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Bradley B. Klinge