Wow, this was a pretty awesome movie. Obviously, if you're not into horror movies, you probably won't like this. And, don't be fooled into thinking this is going to be one of those super-fast cuts/scary kids jumping at the screen type "horror" movies. This is kind of an ode to those down-and-dirty horror movies of the 70s, the kind that didn't make you jump or anything, but had you squirming from the creepiness of it all (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Last House on the Left, etc.). Make no mistake, this thing has some very gory and very sexually disturbing moments. Even though it's sort of a sequel to House of 1000 Corpses, the tone is completely different. Whereas House ended with an underground monster named Dr. Satan, this one opens with a shootout at the Firefly house which leaves about ten people dead. In House of 1000 Corpses, there was always this kind of irony to everything that was going on, the sense that all the actors were trying to keep from laughing during every take. This is completely gone in the new one. Though there are some intentionally funny moments, the movie is, for the most part, as disturbing as they get. Movies like these are really the only kind that scare me: movies about real things that I'm really scared of. I'm not scared of a doll that comes to life and hunts people or whatever, but the idea of a group of people who kill, torture, and rape people randomly for no reason other than their own amusement really disturbs me. The movie has an amazing soundtrack, too, that consists of mostly southern rock. I never really thought I'd truly be able to ever get into "Free Bird" again, but it's really well-used in an important scene in the movie and it made me actually like the song again. Don't get me wrong, if you're soured by movies that basically consist of nothing but depravity and murder, you'll never make it past the first 30 minutes of this one. But, if you can stomach it and are a fan of horror movies, I think you'll like this one.