I really liked what Zombie did with House of 1,000 Corpses. Unlike some of his other movies, which I feel like he pushed to be purposely offensive in an unironic way, House felt like an experimental music video, sort of Zombie's way of making a crazed buffet that let him test the waters to see where he wanted to go with his movie career. I would love to see the workprint, and I wish some of the abandoned concepts and Dr. Satan himself had found their way into the theatrical cut of the sequel. Devil's Rejects was an... interesting way of continuing the Firefly's story. I understand that Zombie wanted it to be more grounded, and I enjoyed the more coherent story, but I felt like some of the characters were flanderized. Otis wasn't a Manson-spewing albino anymore, Baby was more murder-crazy instead of being promiscuous crazy, and Spaulding was just a more grotesque, less humerus version of himself (though I loved seeing him mess with that kid in the car). 3 From Hell seemed to be the weakest of the trilogy. It's like Zombie had no idea with what he wanted to do with it, and just let whatever happen. I liked some of the characters returning to their roots like Baby returning to be the giggling murderslut she was in the first movie.