The year is 1979 and the Texas State Police have found the family of sadistic killers now being labeled Devil’s Rejects. After a massive shootout, the remaining gang (Bill Moseley & Sheri Moon) hit the road. Gaining national attention, the Rejects call upon the help of Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig) and create havoc as they go. All the while, Sheriff Wydell (a stringent William Forsythe) slowly crosses the line of the law to catch these monsters. —Joblo.com
Gleefully anarchic, the long-haired heavy metal rocker-cum-slasher-film-director Rob Zombie sustains an instantly recognizable image on par with his musical contemporaries (and friends), Alice Cooper and Ozzy Osbourne. Long fascinated by Charles Manson, gore films, and the occult, Zombie exudes a dark sensibility that has earned him mainstream success as well as a certain cult following in the film world. Founder of the band White Zombie, the rocker made his name behind the camera not only by directing his group’s music videos, but by designing the surreal “head trip” animated sequence in Mike Judge’s Beavis and Butt-Head Do America (1996). His first feature outing came in 2003, with the controversial House of 1000 Corpses, a kind of Texas Chainsaw Massacre update, overloaded with buckets of gore, packed with references to ‘70s and ’80s horror staples, and starring no less than Karen Black. Universal rejected the picture, certain of an NC-17 rating, but Zombie refused to make cuts and… read more
Movie's all like "Okay, you liberal humanists all snug in your sweatervests and illusions of moral clarity, so you believe there's a basic dignity to all human life, well what about the lives of mass-murdering psychopaths? What's that? No? Fucking hypocrites. FREE BIRD YEAH."