Thursday, November 17, 2005


This movie kicks ass...
And stabs, and bludgeons, and shoots, and mows down, and pummels the living shit out of you.
Whereas HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES made you feel dread, and fear at what may become of our teenage protagonists, REJECTS flips the script and puts you in the shoes of the fucked up villains, and makes you squirm at just how far they'll go.
It's great.
But only if you can dig on some really fucked up shit.
It definitely goes for broke on the unrated edition!
Did I mention there's some really fucked up shit going on here?


captspaulding said...

Dude, you are so flippin right. I must say that I was impressed as hell. I like House, but this was way beyond that. You actually get to know the characters and the dialog is great, too. I just love when Otis says, "the next words out of your mouth better be some brilliant Mark Twain sh*t because its definately getting chisled on your tombstone." Definately not for the weak. For those that dig on some serious realistic violence, check in and check this piece out.

Jason Martin said...

Yeah, that was a good quote.
There were some damn good lines...
"I'm going to need to take your car for official 'Clown' business" (or similar)

I also liked how Rob used a bunch of actors from the era that the movie takes place (late 70's), like the Three's Company chick, Every Which Way But Loose dude, Dawn of the Dead dude, etc...
That, with the soundtrack, was a nice touch.