The Devil's Rejects [Blu-ray]
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Horror sequel to his earlier 'House of 1000 Corpses' (2003), from director Rob Zombie. Following on from the first film, the Texas police launch a full-on raid on the demented, serial-killing Firefly family's house, but three of the family manage to escape. Embarking on a violent road trip to escape the cops, Otis (Bill Moseley), Baby (Sheri Moon) and Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), murder and mutilate their way through the state, pursued by the vengeful and sadistic Sherrif Wydell (William Forsythe), the brother of one of their previous victims.
From the Back Cover
From the twisted mind of acclaimed musician and Director Rob Zombie, comes The Devil's Rejects - a nerve shreddingly violent road trip through the weirdest parts of America and the darkest corners of your mind.
This grisly tale of mayhem reunites the homicidal members of the satanic Firefly Family as they go on a rampage of senseless slaughter, pursued by a pair of sadistic bounty-hunters and an outlaw sheriff hell-bent on revenge. When they finally meet, prepare yourself for one of the most depraved and terrifying showdowns you'll ever see.
Special Edition Features:
- Feature film now includes 2 added minutes of filth and gore not seen in the theatres!
- Commentary by Director Rob Zombie
- Commentary by stars Sid Haig, Bill Moseley and Sheri Moon Zombie
- 30 Days in Hell: Making of The Devil's Rejects - over 2 hours in depth look at the film-making process featuring interviews and on location shooting diaries
- Deleted Scenes - 13 minutes of additional material
- Blooper Reel, Make Up Tests, The Morris Green Show, Otis' Home Movie, Buck Owens video
- Capt. Spaulding commericals, Bloody Stand Up, Matthew McGrory tribute and trailer
- Music Video
Video: 1080p High Definition
Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Subtitles: English (Hard of Hearing)
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (Original Aspect Ratio 1.78:1)
Running time: 120 mins (approx)
Video: 480i Standard Definition
Audio: English Stereo
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
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Top Customer Reviews
It's about a family of...well sick pychos I suppose, (Otis, Baby, Spaulding, Tiny and Madame Firefly) who are on the run from the police and will do anything to get away from them. Sherrif Wydell is on their tail wanting revenge after they killed his brother in the previous film. Wydell loses the plot somewhat, almost to the point that has you rooting for the bad guys. There is a dark humour running throughout with some good gags for all but even with some darker sadistic violence but it has all been put together in such a way that it works.
There are some great cameos from Danny Trejo, Ken Foree and Michael Berryman for the horror nerds and an excellent finale timed perfectly to Skynyrd's Freebird, absolute genius.
This is one of my favouite films and whilst there are violent scenes, this is more a film to make you feel uncomfortable rather than scared, done in a similar vein to The Last House on the Left.
The ridiculously named Rob Zombie is apparently an acclaimed musician but not, it would seem, a very able film maker. The Devils Rejects is an attempt to be clever. It is set in the 70’s and looks very much like a 70’s production – this may have been intentional as a homage to the kind of 70’s horror which Zombie adores (particularly the Texas Chainsaw Massacre apparently), or it could be the result of a limited budget or simply down to poor directional skills. Freeze frames abound along with slow motion and poor editing but I must admit that Zombie’s wife, Sheri Moon (!), was the only thing that I found worth watching.
I’m guessing that Zombie believes that he is something of a Tarantino with his attempts at smart-ass dialogue and violence. He is mightily deluded I’m afraid. The dialogue is crass and attempts at humour simply fell flat (and I got really fed up with the constant swearing – no, I’m not a prude), and the violence in this context is both reprehensible and misogynistic not least in the motel section where the victims are humiliated and tortured. The film glorifies its violence and it glorifies its perpetrators, even going to the extent of attempting to make the audience empathise with them in the final sequence.Read more ›
I thought it was a very enjoyable movie that had us screaming at the TV for the weird and very brutal 'Firefly' family to be caught or killed by the police.
There are some gory and gross scenes that are definitely not for the squeamish among us, but the movie is a must see for all horror fans.
Look out for the scene with the horrible death of the last band member that falls victim to the family - brilliant.
His first film, House of a 100 Corpses is a fun throwaway movie, but The Devil's Rejects, which picks up with characters from his debut film, it a tour de force of trash horror which deserves a lasting place in horror history.
With many a quotable line of dialogue, some fantastic music (you'll never listen to Freebird by Lynard Skynard in the same way again after seeing this film) and some truly demented and horrific imagery (witness the girl running out of the motel wearing the face of one of her friends before being run over by a passing truck!), The Devil's Rejects is one of the very best horror films of the 21st Century.
The blu-ray is packed with phenomenal extras, including an fantastic two and half hour making of, as well as bloopers, interviews, and much much more. Treat yourself to a Tutti Frutti!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A delightful little tale for all the family to enjoy.
As long as they're the Addams family...
Sequel to house of a 1000 corpes , and just as gory , a brilliant night in watching these .Published 4 months ago by badger
advertised as the film itself but isnt its a documentary of this film not happyPublished 4 months ago by ian hall
It is a rare thing when a sequel equals and even surpasses the original. The firefly family from "house of 1000 corpses" returns in the Devil's Rejects, which is a less... Read morePublished 4 months ago by A L H