“Otis: "I Am The Devil, And I Am Here To Do The Devil's Work".”
“I Am The Devil And I Am Here To Do The Devil's Work.”
“Sick & Twisted”
“Don't You Never Turn Your Back On A Fuckin' Clown When He's Talkin' To You!”
“Rob Should Stick To His Music! ”
“Great Movie By Rob Zombie Superb Acting And Superb Story Zombies Best Work By Far Really Enjoyed The Film Reccomend This To Anyone.”
“The Terminator Of Horror? Uh-uh. The Thelma & Louise Of Horror Is More Like It.”
Zombie's characters are, to put it mildly, undeveloped.
Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
Despite its nearly nonstop torrent of gore, The Devil's Rejects is not really a horror film. It's a compendium of tributes and references to horror films of the past.
Dana Stevens - New York Times
A little of this will go a long way, and besides, who wants to see someone torturing Three's Company's Priscilla Barnes in a roach motel?
Mike Clark - USA Today
The movie turns quickly into a somewhat clumsily handled chase structure, with no clear point or end.
Stephen Hunter - Washington Post
For the right audience, this movie is the butt-kicking, dirt-talking, blood-spurting equivalent of beautiful music.
Desson Thomson - Washington Post
Rob Zombie proves he's a filmmaker to be taken seriously -- or at least not to be considered a total joke -- but he still hasn't figured out how to fashion something more than the sum of his enthusiasms.
Ty Burr - Boston Globe
By rubbing your nose in this hillbilly mayhem, Zombie all but dares you to acknowledge your liberal elitism.
Benjamin Strong - Village Voice
The movie features some of the ugliest people and most disgusting behavior this side of I Spit on Your Grave.
Jack Mathews - New York Daily News
A kind of heedless zeal transforms its horrors. The movie is not merely disgusting, but has an attitude and a subversive sense of humor.
Roger Ebert - Chicago Sun-Times
Offensively inhuman, uninspired and cruelly unoriginal.
Robert K. Elder - Chicago Tribune
There is no anchor to this madness. The authorities are just as psychotic and sadistic as the villains. Everyone on TV is a polyester buffoon.
David Hiltbrand - Philadelphia Inquirer
It is grim, unrelenting and savage, and it is destined to become a genre classic. After seeing this one, you won't just lock your doors, you'll nail planks over your windows.
Colin Covert - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Irredeemable trash, plain and simple, gratuitously violent and sadistic and aimed at people who derive entertainment from watching other human beings suffer.
Bill Muller - Arizona Republic
Pic is a brutal, punishing yet mordantly amusing work that far outpaces its predecessor in its grisly single-mindedness of vision.
Justin Chang - Variety
This is a perfect B-movie, full of wicked dread.
Kyle Smith - New York Post
Hear this futile plea: Look in the mirror, Zombie. Show some class. Making people sick is no way to make a name for yourself. Even a fake name.
Roger Moore - Orlando Sentinel
If one is hip to the references (and, proudly or not, I am), it's amazing to see how precisely the metal-punk- turned-moviemaker Zombie channels the gleefully nihilistic tone and even the low-budget bleached-out quality of his disreputable inspirations.
Geoff Pevere - Toronto Star
If we're supposed to hang out with these creeps in order, eventually, to like them, well, we don't.
Jennie Punter - Globe and Mail
The Devil's Rejects doesn't just deserve to be rejected, but to be buried in a hole so dank that no one will discover it.
James Berardinelli - ReelViews
Gets the cult midnight movie vibe down cold.
Michael Rechtshaffen - Hollywood Reporter
Indefensible on a moral level, Rob Zombie's perversely watchable follow-up to his much-reviled cult hit House of 1000 Corpses is loaded with filmmaking energy.
Peter Travers - Rolling Stone
Crass, vacuous exercise in grind-house stylistics.
Kevin Crust - Los Angeles Times
Guylaine Cadorette - Hollywood.com
Now that's more like it, Rob. See? See what happens when you get it right?
Felix Vasquez Jr. - Cinema Crazed
The Devil's Mercy: Housing crisis horror with typical clueless ones who never think to dial the cops, cancel their lease, or even summon a doctor for the weirdly ailing hubby, but with enough shockers to make you not think about moving any time soon.
Prairie Miller - NewsBlaze
It makes for one sicko spectacle.
Dennis Schwartz - Ozus' World Movie Reviews
A labor of love sheathed in the shabby clothes of hate.
Rob Gonsalves - eFilmCritic.com
Rob Zombie semble desormais posseder tous les attributs necessaires pour en devenir l'un des artisans les plus importants de sa generation
Jean-Francois Vandeuren - Panorama
Gut-bucket filmmaking at its most lurid-and most fascinating.
Lewis Beale - Film Journal International
Chelsea Bain - Boston Herald
Interessante ao propor uma inversao de papeis entre algozes e vitimas, exibe uma seguranca tal em sua narrativa que chega a surpreender que tenha sido dirigido pelo mesmo Zombie do pessimo filme original.
Pablo Villaca - Cinema em Cena
...it's best to quote Captain Spaulding himself. "You like blood? Violence? Freaks of nature?" Then you're going to be satisfied by Rejects.
Johnny Butane - Dread Central
It's an exceptionally well-done sophomore effort from a man who made one of the worst movies I've ever seen. That's a pretty decent accomplishment.
Bob Grimm - Sacramento News & Review
The look and feel of this film is a total nightmare, and some of the most effective American mood-making in years.
Joshua Rothkopf - Time Out
As the body count rises, The Devil's Rejects tries hard to stay funny and nasty, but the effort shows...
Philippa Hawker - Sydney Morning Herald
- Empire Magazine
A damn fine '70s homage flick with a Western-horror touch that you won't find in many movies nowadays.
JoBlo - JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Disgustingly gruesome tale that people have been clambering for since the original "Texas Chainsaw Massacre"
Clint Morris - Moviehole
A sickening, socially-irresponsible glorification of depraved and sadistic behavior...The worst film of 2005.
Chuck O'Leary - Fantastica Daily
If you dig this sort of gross-out throwback to the horror movies of the '70s, by all means, accept "The Devil's Rejects."
Christopher Smith - Bangor Daily News (Maine)
In a disconcerting shift from campy horror to ultra-naturalistic violence, cinematic conventions gives way to depravity and cruelty of such intensity as to be beyond genre.
Urban Cinefile Critics - Urban Cinefile
It's an audacious piece of filmmaking, but after a while it grows exhausting to watch, particularly when it becomes clear that violence is going to lead to more violence without much story or conscience surfacing.
Keith Phipps - AV Club
One of the best, most chilling slasher films ever!
Michael Szymanski - Wordmag.com
Has its articulate moments but for the most part Rob Zombie's grisly, nasty 'Devils Rejects is mostly just grisly (and nasty).
David N. Butterworth - rec.arts.movies.reviews
The family that slays together... stays together. If you like movies about redneck psycho serial killer families and don't mind a LOT of profanity, this is for you.
Cherryl Dawson and Leigh Ann Palone - TheMovieChicks.com
one disorientingly demented trip through the terrain of 1970s outlaw grindhouse.
Anton Bitel - Movie Gazette
The film ups the stakes on armchair support of underdogs vs. the system, asking, "NOW how much do you like them?"
Mark Palermo - Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
Not for the faint of stomach and definitely won't appeal to everyone but it's worth seeing if you like this sort of thing.
Matthew Turner - ViewLondon
Lynyrd Skynyrds 'Freebird' will never be the same again.
Eric Melin - Lawrence.com
Much of its aesthetic is recycled, but Zombie uses such grabby devices as slow motion, freeze frames, and burned-out grainy film stock with such flair and intensity that it rachets the whole endeavor up an extra notch.
James Kendrick - Q Network Film Desk