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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

"The Devil's Rejects"

I love to watch scarey movies, I have since I was small, the scarier the better, the freakier, the better. I just love the nail-biting intensity they give. I am always on search for a good heart-pounding scarey movie. So last night my husband and I watched the sequel to Rob Zombie's movie "House of 1000 Corpses", this one was called "The Devil's Rejects". I was not scared by any means, these people are just really f#%ked up, to say the least.

The first movie Mr. Zombie put out was pretty good, I think I really just wanted to watch it because of who made it. I thought most definately it had to be pretty warped. That it is, warped. Which is not bad if you like those kind of movies. I didn't think I would care to watch the sequel, so I procrastinated on renting it, my curiousity finally got the better of me. I am really glad I did in fact rent it. I found this movie to be better than the first one, of course this is just my personal opinion.

The first movie "House of 1000 Corpses" the way it was made reminded me of the way "Natural Born Killers" was made, I should say in some aspects. It is pretty gorey and I use the term "warped" again, because I think it describes it the best. The sequel to me really made me think about sociopathic behavior and serial killers that are well known how how they seem to function. The family of killers in this movie only were able to relate to eachother, their reasonings, their pain and enjoyment of their killings. Family is truly family no matter what level you are on.

This morning my husband woke me to say good-bye for his day at work and asked me how I slept. I told him not well. The reasoning... That darn movie! I dreamt all night of that movie. He asked if it scared me? I told him no, it did not scare me but it just stayed with me. I did not get it out of my brain before going to sleep. Then watching CSI afterwards all that was on my brain was killers.

So I would recommend these movies if you like watching "warped, freaky, and gorey" movies. Also, don't go to bed immediately after watching these movies, give yourself a little "Family Guy", "Futurama", or even some "American Dad" cartoon flicks to settle the mind!

2 Comments:

  • At 8:30 AM, Blogger Redneck Diva said…

    We really need to get together for a scare-fest! I LOVE scary movies! I haven't seen either of the Rob Zombie movies but now I'm thinking I should. We just saw Hostel and I gotta say, that one was just about over the line for me in regards to gore and nastiness. Bleh. I honestly left there nauseated. It wasn't even that great of a movie, but if you're a fan of blood baths and out-and-out gratuitous violence it's a must see! lol

     
  • At 6:21 AM, Blogger Andi said…

    Sounds cool to me! I am always in for a night of goriness! If that is even a word. Well, it is now.

    I heard the same reports about "Hostel" from other friend's of mine.

     

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