House of 1000 Corpse (UMD for PSP)

Directed By: Rob Zombie Starring: Sid Haig Karen Black Bill Moseley

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In House of 1000 Corpses, two young couples take a misguided tour onto the back roads of America in search of a local legend known as Dr. Satan. Lost and stranded, they are set upon by a bizarre family of psychotics. Murder, cannibalism and satanic rituals are just a few of the 1000+ horrors that await.

What is UMDTM?
UMD, Universal Media Disc, is a brand-new and groundbreaking optical storage medium, designed for the high speed and efficient delivery of digital entertainment content that can store up to 1.8 GB of digital data on a 60mm disc -- or an entire feature film on a single UMD video. All UMD DVDs are produced in Widescreen and encoded using advanced AVC compression. UMD for PSP will play on the new PlayStation Portable handheld entertainment system.


  • Diameter: 60 mm
  • Maximum Capacity: 1.8GB (Single-sided, dual layer)
  • Laser wavelength: 660nm (Red laser)
  • Specifications

    Studio Lions Gate
    SKU 40719245
    UPC 031398182122
    UPC 14 00031398182122
    Release Date 8/23/2005
    Rating Rating
    Haunted Houses
    Heavy Metal
    Murder Mysteries
    Theatrical Release
    Editors Note
    Note Rob Zombie is the heavy metal hero who has released such albums as SINISTER URGE and HELLBILLY DELUXE as a solo act, and ASTRO-CREEP 2000 with his band, White Zombie. Here, he takes on the world of horror movies in this very bloody, very entertaining tale. The old car-trouble scenario comes in handy, as a group of unsuspecting travelers must spend the night in a place of demented evil--in this case, it's the Museum of Monsters and Madmen. Zombie makes the movie work for the same reason his music career has been so successful: He knows he's going way over the top, and he's not afraid to go as far as he can. So, eager viewers should put their tongues in their cheeks and go along for the raunchy ride.^The always beguiling Karen Black, who starred in one of the all-time great horror classics, BURNT OFFERINGS, turns in another terrifically offbeat performance as Mother Firefly, the marvelous matriarch of a murderous family. Other fabulously gruesome characters include the crazy clown Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig) and the oddball "lady killer" Otis Driftwood (Bill Moseley); Marx Brothers fans should note that many of Zombie's characters are named after roles played by Groucho. One of the advertising lines for the movie calls it "positively the most horrifying film ever made!" Zombie does his best to try to live up to that demanding tag, upping the gore quotient with numerous inventive killings that involve lots of blood and innards.
    Los Angeles Times "Rocker Rob Zombie's HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES is at once a work of demonic brilliance and of wretched excess that could serve as a timely, savagely comic metaphor for the darkest impulses of the American psyche..." 04/14/2003 p.C4
    Total Film "...This is everything you'd expect from a Rob Zombie flick, a junk artefact peopled by colourful sickos..." 11/01/2003 p.102
    Rob Zombie
    Sid Haig
    Karen Black
    Bill Moseley
    Cast & Crew
    Alex Poppas - Cinematographer
    Andy Gould - Producer
    Bill Mosely - Actor
    Chris Hardwick - Actor
    Erin Daniels - Actor
    Jennifer Jostyn - Actor
    Karen Black - Actor
    Kathryn Himoff, et al. - Editor
    Rainn Wilson - Actor
    Rob Zombie - Director
    Rob Zombie - Original Music
    Scott Humphrey - Original Music
    Sheri Moon - Actor
    Sid Haig - Actor
    Tom Richmond - Cinematographer
    Tom Towles - Actor
    Technical Info
    Catalog ID 18212
    UPC 00031398182122
    Number of Discs 1
    Running Time 88 minutes
    Original Language English
    Available Audio Tracks English
    Aspect Ratio
    Widescreen  1.78:1
    Review First-time director Zombie leans heavily on those cliched images of sadistic torture, death, isolation and destruction so familiar to anyone who has seen a few MTV heavy metal videos. He also eschews the teen-horror-genre formula of leaving the graphic violence to the imagination. Among the panoply of sick images in House, we see characters cut by a straight razor twice, a body carved with the words "Treat Trick" and a sickeningly suspenseful 10-second shot of a man executed point-blank, taken from an eerie birds-eye view. The often misfiring humor ("Goddam motherf#@# got blood all over my best clown suit") and hackneyed kids-seek-refuge-in-wrong-place-and-die plot wear thin. But Zombie's thirst to stimulate our gag reflex provides a Jackass-esque "what will he show next?" momentum to House that should make horror fans feel right at home.
    Reviewer Sam Jemielity
    ReviewRating 7
    DVD, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.78:1
    Product Attributes
    Video Format UMD
    Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times Demonic Brilliance!
    Lewis Beale, The New York Times Unabashedly sleazy!
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