Robert Bartleh Cummings, also known as ‘Rob Zombie’ is a controversial pioneering filmmaker in modern horror. Gaining many mixed reactions from his remakes and imitations, let’s take a look at his career so far in our 7 Rob Zombie Movies Ranked from Worst to Best.
Halloween II (2009)
A lot of viewers will agree that this movie is indeed the worst. There are many expectations from this remake, but it was burned down in criticisms upon its initial release. This focuses on Myers’ past, and for the audience, it is entirely unnecessary. Still, many watched and compared it with his previous works.
The Lords of Salem (2012)
This movie has the least gore and violent scenes, and that makes it different from other Rob zombie movies, but this film has another case of adding too much backstory in a single movie. If you like a gory zombie movie, try to watch this and let’s see what will be your feedback.
This film’s plot is not new; it has your typical bloody scenes with maniac killers chasing you like a wild goose. However, the insane pace and fear factor is enough for you to get absorbed into it. Also, it will catch your attention even from the first scenes. It has many twists and leaves you screaming.
The Haunted World of El Superbeasto (2009)
If you want to take a different turn in a zombie film, then animation might be a good thing. This is only Rob’s animated film, and it is so underrated. Adding humor to a zombie film is undoubtedly a way to break from all the graphic bloody death scenes we used to watch.
Three from Hell (2019)
This movie sounds like a frightening one, because it is. The last film in the trilogy of the Firefly family where the combination of eeriness from the first one and the intense survivalism from the second one thrust up to this final chapter. You will discover what and how much they have sacrificed just to survive and live.
House of 1000 Corpses
This is the first film in the trilogy that follows the Firefly family. This has a large amount of violence and gores, which will make Zombie fans thrilled and satisfied. It also teaches you how to survive in case this happens, which we hope will not.
The Devil’s Rejects (2005)
This is the absolute masterpiece in all Rob’s movies, and all zombie fans will agree to this. The execution of the plot is topnotch. This film proves that even in a Zombie film, visually exciting and terrifying stories are possible. It has garnered many great impressions from viewers and even filmmakers.
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