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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Sid Haig Captain Spaulding Bill Moseley Otis Sheri Moon Zombie Baby William Forsythe Sheriff Wydell Ken Foree Charlie Altamont Matthew McGrory Tiny Leslie Easterbrook Mother Firefly Geoffrey Lewis Roy Sullivan Priscilla Barnes Gloria Sullivan Dave Sheridan Officer Ray Dobson Kate Norby Wendy Banjo Lew Temple Adam Banjo Danny Trejo Rondo Dallas Page Billy Ray Snapper as Diamond Dallas Page Brian Posehn Edit Storyline In Ruggsville, Texas, the police under the command of Sheriff John Quincy Wydell attack the house of the sadistic serial killers Firefly family a.
Taglines: The new film by Rob Zombie. Genres: Horror. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Rob Zombie stated in an interview that, up until 31 , 'The Devil's Rejects' was probably the hardest film of his to cut down in order to receive an R rating.
Goofs at around 1h 30 mins When Baby is in Charlie's car toward the end of the movie, Wydell uses his ax to smash the windshield to pieces.
It is back whole once they leave the house, even showing bullet holes at the end. Quotes [ looking at Wendy's mutilated body after it's run over by a truck ] Sheriff Ken Dwyer : Jesus Christ, what a fucking mess.
There must be yards of bloody asphalt and corpse chunks. Alternate Versions There is an unrated DVD version that contains scenes that were cut for an R rating,including a longer version of the "motel" scene.
Was this review helpful to you? This was the final film to feature actor Matthew McGrory before his death the same year although McGrory did have an uncredited posthumous cameo in 's The Evil Within , which was filmed in The film's DVD release is dedicated to his "loving memory".
Seven months after the Halloween sacrifice , on May 18, , Texas Sheriff John Quincey Wydell and a large posse of state troopers issue a search and destroy mission on the Firefly family for over 75 homicides and disappearances over the past several years.
The family arm themselves and fire on the officers. Rufus is killed and Mother Firefly is taken into custody, while Otis and Baby escape.
They steal a car and, after killing the driver, they go to Kahiki Palms, a run-down motel. While at the motel, Otis and Baby take a band called Banjo and Sullivan hostage in their room, and Otis shoots the roadie when he returns.
Meanwhile, Baby's father, Captain Spaulding , decides to rendezvous with Baby and Otis. En route, his truck runs out of gas, and he frightens a boy and assaults the boy's mother before stealing her car.
Back at the motel, Otis rapes Roy's wife Gloria and demands Adam and Roy come with him on an errand. Otis drives his two prisoners to a place where he buried weapons.
While walking to the location, the two prisoners attack Otis, but Otis bludgeons Roy and cuts Adam's face off. Back at the motel, Adam's wife Wendy tries to escape out the bathroom window.
When Gloria attempts to rebel, Baby kills her. Wendy runs out of the motel but is caught by Captain Spaulding, who knocks her unconscious. Otis returns, and all three leave the motel together in the band's van.
The motel maid comes to clean the room, and she discovers the murder scene. The maid enters the bathroom, where she sees "The Devil's Rejects" written on the wall in blood; she is startled by Wendy, who is accidentally killed when she runs out to the highway to seek help while she is in shock.
Wydell calls a pair of amoral bounty hunters—the "Unholy Two"—Rondo and Billy Ray, to help him find the Fireflys.
While investigating, they discover an associate of Spaulding's named Charlie Altamont. Wydell begins to lose his sanity when Mother Firefly reveals that she murdered his brother.
After having a dream in which his brother commands him to avenge his death, Wydell stabs Mother Firefly to death. The surviving Fireflys gather at a brothel owned by Charlie, where he offers them shelter from the police.
After he leaves the brothel, Wydell threatens Charlie to give up the Fireflys. With the help of the "Unholy Two", the sheriff takes the family back to the Firefly house where he tortures them, using similar methods they used on their own victims.
He nails Otis' hands to his chair and staples crime scene photographs to Otis's and Baby's stomachs; he then beats and shocks Captain Spaulding and Otis with a cattle prod and taunts Baby about the death of her mother.
Wydell sets the house on fire and leaves Otis and Spaulding to burn, but he lets Baby loose outside so he can hunt her for sport.
Charlie returns to save the Firefly family, but he is killed by Wydell. Baby gets shot in the calf of her left leg, brutally horse-whipped, and then strangled by Wydell.
Tiny suddenly arrives and intervenes, breaking Wydell's neck and saving the Firefly family. Otis, Baby, and Spaulding escape in Charlie's Cadillac Eldorado , leaving behind Tiny, who walks back into the burning house.
The trio drives, badly injured and seemingly humbled by their experience with a clearer understanding of the torment and anguish that they had put their past victims through.
As Otis drives down the road with Baby and Spaulding asleep in the back seat he notices a police barricade ahead of them. Realizing that they will not make it out alive, he wakes Baby and Spaulding and hands them each a gun.
As a song playing on the radio declares they "can't change" , they speed toward the barricade, guns blazing, as the police return fire. When Rob Zombie wrote House of Corpses , he had a "vague idea for a story" about the brother of the sheriff that the Firefly clan killed coming back for revenge.
Sort of like a road movie. Sheri Moon Zombie remembers a scene she had to do with Forsythe that required her to cry.
The scene took two to three hours to film and affected her so much that she did not come into work for two days afterward.
Rejects went through the MPAA eight times earning an NC rating every time until the last one. Specifically, censors did not like the motel scene between Bill Moseley and Priscilla Barnes, forcing Zombie to cut two minutes of it for the theatrical release.
However, this footage was restored in the DVD release. Rob Zombie, who is a musician, decided to go with more southern rock to create the mood of the film.
The soundtrack itself was notable as being one of the first to be released on DualDisc , with the DVD side featuring a making-of featurette for the film and a photo gallery.
In , Rob Zombie announced that Waxwork Records would release the soundtrack on vinyl along with the two other Zombie films in the trilogy, House of 1, Corpses and 3 from Hell.
The record included an essay written by director Rob Zombie and a 12x12" booklet that contained behind the scenes photographs. The film received mixed reviews.
The site's consensus reads: "Zombie has improved as a filmmaker since House of Corpses and will please fans of the genre, but beware—the horror is nasty, relentless and sadistic".
Critic Roger Ebert enjoyed the film and gave it three out of four stars. He wrote, "There is actually some good writing and acting going on here, if you can step back from the [violent] material enough to see it".
It looks sensational, but there is a curious emptiness at its core". Elder, of the Chicago Tribune , disliked the film, writing "[D]espite decades of soaking in bloody classics such as the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre and I Spit on Your Grave , Zombie didn't absorb any of the underlying social tension or heart in those films.
He's no collage artist of influences, like Quentin Tarantino , crafting his movie from childhood influences.
Rejects plays more like a junkyard of homages, strewn together and lost among inept cops, gaping plot holes and buzzard-ready dialog".
Horror author Stephen King rated The Devil's Rejects the 9th best film of and wrote, "No redeeming social merit, perfect '70s C-grade picture cheesy glow; this must be what Quentin Tarantino meant when he did those silly Kill Bill pictures".
In January , it was rumoured that a sequel, 3 from Hell , was in production. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Devil's Rejects Theatrical release poster.
Mike Elliott Andy Gould Marco Mehlitz Michael Ohoven Rob Zombie. Sid Haig Bill Moseley Sheri Moon Zombie Ken Foree Matthew McGrory William Forsythe.
Release date. Running time. Main article: List of Firefly film series characters. Daily as Candy Geoffrey Lewis as Roy Sullivan Priscilla Barnes as Gloria Sullivan Kate Norby as Wendy Banjo Lew Temple as Adam Banjo Danny Trejo as Rondo Diamond Dallas Page as Billy Ray Snapper Brian Posehn as Jimmy Ginger Lynn Allen as Fanny Tom Towles as George Wydell Michael Berryman as Clevon P.
Soles as Susan Deborah Van Valkenburgh as Casey Jossara Jinaro as Maria Chris Ellis as Coggs Mary Woronov as Abbie Daniel Roebuck as Morris Green Duane Whitaker as Dr.
Bankhead Tyler Mane as Rufus "RJ" Firefly, Jr. Jordan Orr as Jamie Robert Trebor as Marty Walker uncredited Kane Hodder as Gasmask Officer.
Main article: The Devil's Rejects soundtrack.