House of 1000 Corpses User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.19

Current Rating: 3.19

based on 1236 votes and 71 reviews

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  • 1 stars Self indulgent hack Zombie begins his dubious film career with this odious rip-off of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE. A cinematic dung heap.
  • it was a good movie,the family was freaky,and the movie disturbed me,but still it was good,and very,very scary! and gross,and bloody!
  • this movie is super awesome...i cant even count on my 2 hands how many times i`ve watched it in the past year. disturbing, but great!
  • Hilarious, I like the wacky physcho family movies. Reminded me of the Texas Chainsaw Clan. Had me jump back from the screen a couple of times. Toydajo
  • bleh, it was boring-_-`
  • awsam
  • In a word, gruesome. I left feeling really disturbed. Get it out on video, when it`s cheap.
  • This movie has got be one of the greatest horror films of all time! This coming from a person who has a mind more messed up than Rob Zombie, and knows what it takes to make an extremely gruesome & horrifying horror film! Zombie did an amazing job, as well as some of the best acting I`ve seen, and the camera work was just...FANTASTIC! Rob Zombie not only happens to be favourite singer(Since 1998), but is now definately one of my favourite directors! this movie get`s a HUGE 10 on 10 from me!
  • I loved it. It put images in my head for almost two weeks.
  • Some of the most disturbing images I`ve ever seen. An hour after watching it I still feel the way I do after waking up from a terrible nightmare.

House of 1000 Corpses

Genre:  Horror | Running Time:  88 min.
Release date:  April 11, 2003 | On DVD/VOD:  August 12, 2003

Current rating: Rating: 3.19
based on 1236 votes and 71 reviews
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Cast: Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sheri Moon, Karen Black, Chris Hardwick, Jennifer Jostyn, Rainn Wilson, William H. Bassett, Jeanne Carmen, Erin Daniels