Monday, September 13, 2010

Quick BIQ Review: House of 1000 Corpses (2002)

It's probably pointless mentioning how ridiculous it is that a group of conspicuous side-show freaks that live in a house covered in all manner of bizarre Halloween paraphernalia could possibly get away with killing 1000 people and not somehow, at some time, raise the suspicion of at least one, of the many, law enforcement agencies operating in the US.

Yep, a complete waste of time.

So, I’ll just say that House of 1000 Corpses is silly, juvenile, and not the least bit scary. Alleged musician, turned film director, Rob Zombie (ooh, scary name) is so obviously trying to shock, it fails to do so for pretty much that reason. Sid Haig’s inspired performance, is the only real highlight in this grisly piece of schlock.

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