Posts tagged The Devil’s Rejects

Rob Zombie: Villains and Vegans


New Movies

Villains – After a pair of amateur criminals break into a suburban home, they stumble upon a dark secret that two sadistic homeowners will do anything to keep from getting out.

The Game Changers – A UFC fighter’s world is turned upside down when he discovers an elite group of world-renowned athletes and scientists who prove that everything he had been taught about protein was a lie.

House of 1000 Corpses – Two young couples traveling across the backwoods of Texas searching for urban legends of murder end up as prisoners of a bizarre and sadistic backwater family of serial killers.

The Devil’s Rejects – The murderous, backwoods Firefly family take to the road to escape a vengeful police force which is not afraid of being as ruthless as their target.

3 From Hell – Sequel to The Devil’s Rejects.

Justin Murr Talks The Rock n Skull Music Festival and Working with Jani Lane


Welcome to the fourth episode of The Nothing Shocking Podcast. On this episode Bob went and covered Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare Haunted House as well as his concert. We also chat with Justin Murr, promoter of the upcoming Rock n Skull Festival which you can get tickets to right here:















Our Albums of the Week are:

Glenn Tipton – Baptizm of Fire

Hanoi Rocks – Two Steps to the Move

The Steepwater Band – Grace and Melody

The Best Horror Movie Sequels


This week we’ve got three new movies this week, American Ultra, Hitman: Agent 47 and Sinister 2. Nobody went and saw American Ultra, but I thought it looked really good and Sean had a lot of fun watching it. Hitman: Agent 47 was a lazy action movie and Sinister 2 was a lazy horror film. These two movies appear to be cash grabs and that’s just disappointing. The first Hitman movie wasn’t very good or successful so we’re not sure why they made a sequel, but Sinister was a solid horror film. It’s among one of the most profitable films of all time, so why not make a sequel? So they did.


Our Top Five this week is Top 5 horror sequels. We talk about Dawn of the Dead, Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, Friday the 13th Part 2, Basket Case 2, It’s Alive 2, The Devil’s Rejects, Halloween 2, Amityville Horror 2, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows, Phantasm 2, Bride of Frankenstein, The Decent 2, Prometheus, Silence of the Lambs, Aliens.

Our Undisputed Classic is Carnival of Souls. It’s a movie that holds up largely due to the atmosphere it creates. The story itself doesn’t hold up but that’s because of movies like The Sixth Sense. There are so many twists in movies today that you can’t look back at a movie from 1962 and not figure out the twist within two minutes of this movie starting. That doesn’t make the movie bad, because it’s a fantastic movie.

In 1985 Teen Wolf, Better Off Dead, Gojira, Warning Signs, The Protector

Our trailers this week are:

The Witch
The Final Girl
Finders Keepers

Diamond Dallas Page – Interview


Welcome to the bonus I Hate Critics Movie Review podcast. This episode I got to chat with the star of “The Devil’s Rejects” Diamond Dallas Page. He’s got a new movie coming out called “The Resurrection of Jake Roberts.” Diamond Dallas Page took Jake “The Snake” Roberts under his wing…moved him into his house and helped him change his life. During the process Scott Hall’s life was changed in similar fashion and hundreds of thousands of people around the world including me.


We don’t just talk about DDP Yoga and “The Resurrection of Jake the Snake,” we also talk about other movies including “Beyond the Mat,” “Food Inc,” “Fed Up,” “Genetic Roulette,” Kevin Smith’s “Red State,” and of course Rob Zombie’s “The Devil’s Rejects. Dallas explains to essentially Sean why it’s ok to enjoy “The Devil’s Rejects.”

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre


Thanks for listening to the I Hate Critics Bonus Horror Podcast. We didn’t know for sure if we were going to do another Halloween podcast but when a listener from New Mexico went to and clicked on the Amazon link to support the podcast and bought us a horror movies four pack that included the film “Sssssss.” None of us had seen this movie and the listener Jason thought we’d get a kick out of it. It took us several months, but we did finally watch it and it gave us a reason to do another bonus horror pod.

Sean and I watched “Sssssss” together and Jason was right, we got a kick out of it. In fact that night Sean and I watched “Sssssss” followed by the original “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” and it made for one of my most fun nights doing the podcast, if only Josh were there. “Sssssss” is so much fun and so bad…so so perfectly bad that it really should be seen by all.


For whatever reason Sean said we should all watch “Hellraiser.” In hindsight I think he wishes he kept his mouth shut. Josh for whatever reason watched the first four “Hellraiser” films, that parts not on the podcast.

Then I decided to lay down the gauntlet for Josh. Sean and I are on polar opposite positions on the film “The Devil’s Rejects.” I think it’s a masterpiece and Sean not only doesn’t get the point but thinks Rob Zombie should be arrested for having made it. Additionally there is the argument over Eli Roth. I don’t necessarily love his movies, but i like him and I think he’s perfectly sane. Josh knows who both Eli Roth and Rob Zombie are, but hasn’t seen each of their “best” movies. So we made Josh watch “Hostel” and “The Devil’s Rejects” in the same week (and four “Hellraiser” movies, but that’s on him).

Josh sort of sided with me while still trying to play devil’s advocate. I completely disagree with Sean but at the same time can’t answer his questions. Why is this entertaining? I don’t know, but it’s an experience, it pulls emotions out of me and I like when a movie can do that. Sure you have to take a shower when you finish watching these movies, but that’s neither here nor there.


Then there is “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” After revisiting that movie I can hands down say it’s my favorite horror film. All of the shitty horror movies that came after this movie has really ruined it’s reputation. I’d seen it before and I remember liking it, but I’m just used to all the characters being idiots and the bad guy being super human. This movie is real, it’s stylish, it’s a perfect horror movie. The most terrifying scene in all of the movies that we talked about on this podcast came from “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” when virtually nothing was happening.

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