Alot of people are not going to get this movie

By larfa_2002
Written April 22, 2013
I love Rob Zombie and totally respect his actistic views and what he was trying to do with this movie. Turst me it is very different. It's not going to be one of my favs but it was worth seeing. If you are expecting to be scared that is not what you are going to get. It is kind of disturbing though.
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Vain Attempt To Prey On Religious Superstition...Dull and Comical For All The Wrong Reasons.

By Alon Patterson
Written April 20, 2013
Only the mind of a child could find this film's execution both plausible and frightening. The plot is full of holes, poorly developed and too reliant on shock that really isn't all that shocking by today's movie standards. As for this film's purpose, curiously I cannot reason it. First, because it isn't even mildly entertaining and second, unless the intention was to somehow logo merchandise the film's poster, the result is a complete waste of production money and talent. Skip it. While not offensive to any but sensitive religious types and those who cringe at explicit sexuality, it's just plain dull. Save your money. Likely, you'll be glad you did.
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A couple of hours of my life I would like back

By clyde10
Written April 22, 2013
Sorry, but the silliness and the vast number of extremely unattractive nude bodies made me laugh. Not a bad premise, but Polanski did the Devil's offspring and the creepy neighbor things a whole lot better in "Rosemary's Baby". Can't say it was boring, but it certainly wasn't scary.
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Metal music and witches, Oh My!

By goteam101
Written April 19, 2013
I enjoyed Rob's latest,I feel he has had this movie in him since House of a 1000 corpses and he waited for his leading lady on and off screen to be ready.Good call cause Sheri Moon does a great job with the role of Heidi Hawthorne,Those acting lessons paid off.Is she crazy? (we know she's not) The movie is about a centuries old curse placed on the women of Salem...I enjoyed the back story and set up.One of the joys of this movie is the supporting cast that's a who's who of 60"s and 70's movies.From a motherly JudyGeeson (To sir,with love) Dee Wallace (The Howling) Patricia Quinn (Rocky Horrors Magenta) and an almost unrecognizable Meg Foster (They Live) Great female roles as well as Bruce Davidson as author Francis Matthias and the excellent Jeff daniel phillips as co- host,friend/love interest to Heidi...Zombie's use of music is effective as usual whether it's The Velvet Underground, or the pulsating score by John 5 and Griffin Boice...The finale is very 70's,British and trippy
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A waste of money and time

By mortypiper
Written April 22, 2013
I usually like movies from Rob, but this was a big let down. Crappy uninspired acting, poor sound during the ranting and ravings, a plot that jumps around all over the place, and some issues just plain gross!. This was the very first movie EVER I got up and walked out on. I won't even bother watching the end when it hits ON DEMAND (if it ever does!) See something else with your hard earned money.
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