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The Devil's Rejects

Rob Zombie's pitch-perfect evocation of '70s horror films about monstrous families and the unfortunates who cross their path is one of a handful of sequels that both improve on their sources and play perfectly as stand-alones. Picking up immediately after… (more)

Released: 2005

Rating: R

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The sadistic Firefly family goes on a cross-country killing spree in director Rob Zombies sequel to his House of 1000 Corpses.

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Three psychopathic family members go on a gory killing spree as a vengeful sheriff tracks their trail. A brutal yarn that will thrill hard-core horror buffs. Rocker Rob Zombie wrote, directed, co-produced and provided music. A sequel to Zombie's "House of (more…)

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  • Released: 2005
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Rob Zombie's pitch-perfect evocation of '70s horror films about monstrous families and the unfortunates who cross their path is one of a handful of sequels that both improve on their sources and play perfectly as stand-alones. Picking up immediately after… (more)

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