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The Devils Rejects [2005]

Plot Summary

Directed by the prolific Rob Zombie, The Devil’s Rejects is a sequel of sorts to 2003’s House of 1000 Corpses, and picks up several weeks after House left off.

This time, the clash revolves around the tribe of violent lunatics and decidedly valueless family members of the original film, who have come to be known as the “Devil’s Rejects.” After learning of the extended family’s horrific attacks, a SWAT team is sent to take them into custody; all but their crazed Mama escape. In addition to creating a full-fledged media circus, this sends the sociopath housemates on the run, and they initiate a deadly road trip.

Meanwhile, Mama has to deal with a violent, vengeful sheriff (William Forsythe).

The Devil’s Rejects features Bill Moseley, Sid Haig, Sheri Moon, Michael Berryman, and Ken Foree, among other cult horror regulars. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi

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Movie Credits

(in credits order – information from IMDb)

Sid Haig Captain Spaulding
Bill Moseley Otis Driftwood
Sheri Moon Zombie Baby Firefly
Ken Forex Charlie Altamon
Matthew McGrory Tiny Firefly
Leslie Easterbrook Mother Firefly
Geoffrey Lewis Roy Sullivan
Patricia Barnes Gloria Sullivan
William Forsythe Sheriff John Wydell
Kate Norby Wendy Banjo
Lew Temple Adam Banjo
Dave Sheridan Officer Ray Dobson
Elizabeth Daily Candy
Danny Trejo Rondo
“Diamond” Dallas Page Billy Ray Snapper
Brian Posehn Jimmy
Tom Towles George Wydell
Michael Berryman Clevon
P.J. Soles Susan
Deborah Van Valkenburgh Casey
Ginger Lynn Fanny
Jossara Jivaro Maria
Chris Ellis Coggs
Mary Woronov Abbie
Daniel Roebuck Morris Green
Duane Whitaker Dr. Bankhead
Michael “Red Bone” Alcott Darrell
Juanita Guzman Ruth
Sean Murphy Turk Murphy
Jordan Orr Jamie

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11 Responses

    5
  1. ScarletteFury

    My favourite movie!! Beautiful work, you couldn’t ask for more in a movie. The ending, despite being EXTREMELY upset to see the end of those lovable characters, was perhaps the best ending I have ever seen – extremely impacting; and necessary, because even though I would love nothing more than to see another sequel, it would ruin perfection. Other than that: fantastic characters and fantastic actors (Bill Moseley is a fucking legend), fantastic soundtrack, fantastic ambiance, fantastic story and scripting, fantastic everything. Fantastic work. Thank you Rob Zombie for providing me with this fantastic entertainment (you know you’ve probably watched a movie a ridiculous amount of times when you can actually recite the entire film from start to finish!). Love your work! And love to Sheri xx

    June 4, 2014 at 2:06 pm

  2. 5
  3. By Far the Best Rob Zombie film Yet, A great Sequel to house of a thousand Corpses, I am a hue fan of the devils Rejects I Can watch it Over and Over and never get tired of it, I even feel sorry for them at the end, that is how My Sick Mind Works LOL!! Great Job Rob.

    May 18, 2014 at 3:07 am

  4. 5
  5. yellow bird

    What can I say?! that has not been said before…

    Perfect film!

    March 27, 2013 at 4:17 am

  6. 5
  7. Oh, also, anyone who cried about those people **SPOILERS** (although if you’re here you definitely saw the movie lol) dying at the end must be a complete sociopath. I don’t care how nice they were to each other. I don’t care how strong their bond was despite all the shit they did, and the shit that was going on. I don’t care if they were brave at the end, and chose death before dishonor. They killed and tortured over SEVENTY people in the movies. Seeingt them get the death they deserved was incredibly satisfying. Don’t get me wrong, I loved every single character from both movies, but that’s because they were so well written, and the actors were great, not because they were these great people lol.

    December 30, 2012 at 9:52 am

  8. 5
  9. I love this movie. I just got the DVDs for the first and the second one and am going to watch them tomorrow on my computer.

    This is one of the few movies I can watch years later and still enjoy. I think the first one was just as good as the second one was, possibly better even. Definitely more horrifying. I can’t imagine even being inside of that house from the first one. I’d be terrified to be on the SET let alone a real house like that. Honestly close to half of what made the first one so incredible was the house and the environments and overall ambiance of it.

    Great movie, I really want to see a prequel to these movies showing how the whole family got together. YOU KNOW PEOPLE WOULD GO SEE IT!!!!

    December 30, 2012 at 9:48 am

  10. 5
  11. Dan B

    My dear Mr. Zombie. You’ve absolutely nailed the seventies atmosphere to the letter. As I watch this freakishly awesome movie I can bloody taste the decade as easily as the cheap whiskey I love to sink. It’s not a neat little pretty movie as seen a million times coming out of Hollywood, it’s effing dirty and messy and bloody and effing brilliant. You sir, are a fucking genius!

    November 29, 2012 at 9:43 pm

  12. 5
  13. andrew webb

    i think they should make a second one that shows what happend before the police showed up anyone with me on that or would that not be like the most bad ass movie other than the first one cause i love this movie

    October 9, 2012 at 10:57 pm

  14. 5
  15. brendababy19

    “well if you give me a chance i was going to call you a crazy pig fucking dumb ass pussy piece of shit….”

    July 12, 2012 at 1:49 am

  16. 5
  17. baby

    what an amazing film loved it and cryed so bad at the end,defo does not get the credit it deserves.fell in love with sheri so want to be a firefly xxxxxxxx

    March 31, 2012 at 9:33 pm

      5
    • Devin Andres

      @carleyGambill, hands down and straight up bad ass balls to the walls type of movie….

      June 29, 2012 at 7:54 pm

  18. 5
  19. CarleyGambill

    Best Fucking movie ever! <3

    February 14, 2012 at 9:09 pm

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