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Generally favorable reviews- based on 89 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 65 out of 89
  2. Negative: 18 out of 89

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  1. Sep 1, 2010
    Rob Zombie's follow-up to the House of 1000 Corpses.
    A lot more brutal than the first film & it seems they had a bigger budget as the gore is a lot better.
    Bill Moseley is superb, portraying the quite disturbingly sick Otis & Sheri Moon is a lot more convincing this time.
    A bit hit & miss overall but the soundtrack is very well used &, although the Freebird scene is a little cliche,
    thought it worked well. Expand
  2. Sep 3, 2011
    This is a Good Sequal to House of 1000 Corpses and it is Sadistic and Terrifying the Tourtre in this film is something i would never want to go through and it just is a movie to be remembered for how Crazy and Evil it is
  3. Sep 4, 2011
    Sadistic, sick, and cruel. Who cares people like this are everywhere. The Devil's Rejects is one of the best sequels ever. The characters are humorous and sadistic. You got a sheriff out to destroy the Firefly clan, which composes of Captain Spaulding (a vulgar clown), Otis B. Driftwood (a grumpy individual), Mother Firefly (the "sex appealing" mother), Tiny (a gigantic heart, also serial killer), Rufus (a protective family member) and of course Baby Firefly (a loud and sexy killer). This movie is entertaining and the soundtrack gives it a serious outlook and a grindhouse feel. Expand
  4. Jan 16, 2012
    Zombie has done it again and gives us another solid horror film that is well worth watching. While its not as great as the first film, It does give the Firefly family a solid send off.
  5. Feb 3, 2013
    No where near as good as the first film imo. Solid performances by the cast and it is interesting to watch. However, The ending completely sucked imo.
  6. Oct 6, 2012
    Although the storyline might be good, The Devils Rejects was not the worst movie I've ever seen, nor the best, it seems the movie never catches our attention, the movie haves its moments but it seems Rob Zombie has Gotten full of **** that he thinks the movie is great. The movie proves that the director has potential but seemed to lack on the story a little. I give this movie a 5/10 because its worth watching but needs a lot more going on in the film. Expand
  7. Dec 19, 2013
    The film has a good direction, is charismatic, is well developed, has good characters, and at times has a huge personality, but the biggest problem here is that it only excites at the last 20 minutes.
  8. Feb 22, 2013
    Robert Cummings, better known as Rob Zombie, isn't exactly a very good director. If you've seen "House of 1000 corpses" you've probably realized that this movie is extremely chaotically written and directed. There's no straight line or anything like that to be found in the movie. To be clear, this isn't exactly always a bad thing. But for some reason, in House of 1000 corpses it just didn't work for me. In it's sequel, "The Devil's Rejects", you'll find something which feels way more like a movie that's actually finished. Rob Zombie has a twisted mind. I'm a fan of the guy's music so that made me wondering what kind of movies he would make. Well, kind of exactly what I expected. Pretty sick and twisted. Good. I love the cast in the first place, including his beautiful wife Cherri-moon Zombie, who practically plays in all his movies. You'll follow a psychotic, sick minded family on a road rampage, actually it's nothing more than that. Which is fine in this case. It's everything this movie needs. It starts off with some cops and a sheriff surrounding the house where the family is in which ends up in a massive shoot-out. From there on it's nothing more than a bloody and sick road trip. Don't expect a deep story line or outstanding dialogues. You will not enjoy this movie if you do that. If you expect a pretty mindless, blood packed rollercoaster ride with even some family drama, you'll probably love it. There even is a chance that, like me, you'll actually somehow gonna feel sorry for one of the most psychotic families in movie history. Hell yeah, Rob Zombie! Expand

Mixed or average reviews - based on 32 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 13 out of 32
  2. Negative: 6 out of 32
  1. Evil isn't this boring.
  2. Reviewed by: Justin Chang
    If you can stomach the violence -- and despite the R rating, that's a big if -- it's hard to deny that Zombie has made exactly the movie he set out to make, guaranteed to satiate his considerable fan base and sicken just about everyone else.
  3. 30
    By rubbing your nose in this hillbilly mayhem, Zombie all but dares you to acknowledge your liberal elitism, simply because just now, in Dubya's America, you don't happen to find anything particularly funny or lovable about stupid, dangerous provincials.