• Adam Theeye Pittman

    Added by Adam Theeye Pittman

    My review -- this film is now on DVD and yes it does have a solid profit margin, but having said that I am in complete agreement with the general consensus of this project as it relates to other film critics opinions. The contents of what I can make out of it is this, we meet this small cluster of explorers/writers as they are looking for a solid lead to this story and they come across this petrol station and…

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  • ChasingTheDawn

    ★★★ Added by ChasingTheDawn

    Really fucked up. Mainly Gore and horror, has some disturbing scenes/themes.

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  • pillole di cinema

    ★★★ Watched by pillole di cinema 08 Dec, 2014

    L'accumulo di roba che fa La casa dei 1000 corpi è divertente, ma pare limitarsi solo all'esteriore. E così il turbamento è assai attutito.

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  • S_MTX

    Watched by S_MTX 08 Dec, 2014

    House of 1,000 Corpses/Devil's Rejects double feature

    Was a fan of "Devil's Rejects" way back then. Never saw "House of 1,000 Corpses" until now. I honestly just found "House of 1,000 Corpses" to be pretty fucking annoying. I wasn't really grossed out or disturbed (although Fishboy looks interesting, admitedly that was fucked up but that's about it). I found the style irritating. The post-production zooms, frenetic cutting to the same exact shot seconds before, the image being tweaked with in…

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  • Dave A Vannatta

    ★★ Added by Dave A Vannatta

    This film was Rob Zombie's first film as a director and it shows promise but falls short due to his inexperience. It looks sometimes like a very trippy White Zombie music video. The excess of the film starts to wear on you,it's as if Zombie is in love with his films villains as the victims continue to suffer in the film to the point you just want to say enough already.. Some scenes go on way to long and bog…

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  • Mark_Lemmond

    ★½ Watched by Mark_Lemmond 23 Nov, 2014

    This isn't a movie as much as it is Rob Zombie's wet dream.

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  • Sc8lo

    ★★ Rewatched by Sc8lo 27 May, 2011

    Don't get the appeal of this one. Most of the characters are irritating.

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  • ThrashtilDeath

    ★★ Rewatched by ThrashtilDeath 15 Nov, 2014

    There's really no reason to watch this if you've seen the first two Texas Chainsaw Massacre's.

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  • Andrew Bemis

    ★★★½ Watched by Andrew Bemis 28 Oct, 2014

    Giving this a positive rating is kind of indefensible, as there are whole scenes that really don't work at all. I have a soft spot for it, though, because it was weird enough (without any particularly extreme violent content) to freak out two different distributors, and because Rob Zombie loves many of the same things that I do (I also grew up about fifteen minutes from Haverhill, MA, his hometown, and you can see the Haverhill influence all over his…

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  • Tom Beasley

    Watched by Tom Beasley 15 Nov, 2014

    Baffling structure and a steadfast refusal to do anything creepy leaves Rob Zombie's lo-fi horror struggling to leave a wound.

    Nothing makes sense at all and the final gory blow-out is cheapened by the fact that there isn't a single actual character in the whole thing.

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  • Mully Mullennix

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Mully Mullennix 14 Nov, 2014

    On re-watch this moved up quite a bit. I love this as an old fashioned horror movie. In a lot of ways its a mess but its a rare find and a fresh fun pure horror spectacle. A lot of fun to watch.

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  • t_conterio

    ★★★★ Added by t_conterio

    "Goddamn, motherfucker got blood all over my best clown suit."

    House of 1000 Corpses is a 2003 American exploitation horror film written, co-scored and directed by Rob Zombie, and starring Chris Hardwick, Rainn Wilson, Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sheri Moon Zombie and Karen Black. The plot focuses on two couples who are held hostage by a sadistic backwoods family on Halloween. Zombie's directorial debut, the film drew from a multitude of influences, particularly American horror films of the 1970s, including…

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