Awesome Music: Plenty of Rob Zombie songs, along with some truly creepy instrumental pieces.
Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: Every now and then the movie will cut into nonsensical, colorful shots of rednecks and old women talking about how they were violated by a monster.
Critical Dissonance: Critics panned the movie for being rather vapid and confusing. Viewers tend to either be indifferent to the film, usually for the same reasons as critics, or love it because it's a horror flick.
Nightmare Fuel: That... red thing that comes after Denise under the graveyard.
The real Dr. Satan. Jigsaw wishes he were that creepy.
The slowed down recording of Aleister Crowley reading "Bury Me in a Nameless Grave" that plays while Denise is being lowered into Dr. Satan's lair.
"Behold, FISH BOY!"
Otis wearing the face of Denise's father as a mask.