5 Vulgar Rob Zombie Movie Quotes You Won’t Hear In His PG-Rated ‘The Munsters’

Rob Zombie is a musician and a filmmaker with an R-rated horror aesthetic that some audiences hate, but others love. His filmography spans from House of 1000 Corpses to Halloween. However, Zombie’s next project is a feature film adaptation of The Munsters. The biggest shock is that the film is rated PG, so audiences won’t get his typical crass dialogue. Here are 5 vulgar Zombie movie quotes you won’t be hearing in The Munsters.

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1. ‘House of 1000 Corpses’ – ‘I’ll f***ing cut your t**s off and shove ’em down your throat.’

House of 1000 Corpses finds two couples lost in the middle of nowhere with an empty fuel tank and a flat tire. A family of strangers offers to help them, but they have other plans for the group of friends that will require them to fight for their lives in a game of cat-and-mouse.

One member of the family is named Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie), who is arguably one of the most twisted characters in the movie. She delivers a shrill delivery of Zombie’s vulgar dialogue. When one of the unsuspecting victims speaks up, Baby responds that she will, “f***ing cut your t**s off and shove ’em down your throat.”

Sheri will also star in Zombie’s The Munsters as Lily Munster, but she certainly won’t be making such threats in the PG movie.

2. ‘The Devil’s Rejects’ – ‘I think I can still smell your wife’s p**** stink on my gun … hope it doesn’t rust the barrel’

The Devil’s Rejects is a sequel to House of 1000 Corpses. It follows Otis (Bill Moseley) and Baby after a raid on their home, but they narrowly escaped. However, they aren’t out of the woods yet. They reunite with Baby’s father, Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), as they continue their murder spree.

The family harasses a group of random folks in a desert motel. As a result, Otis sexually assaults one of the women in the group with his gun. He taunts her husband, “I think I can still smell your wife’s p**** stink on my gun … hope it doesn’t rust the barrel.”

Moseley and sexually-explicit dialogue won’t be making it into Zombie’s The Munsters.

3. ‘The Devil’s Rejects’ – ‘What’s the matter kid, don’t you like clowns? Don’t we make ya laugh? Aren’t we f***in’ funny? You best come up with an answer because I’m gonna come back here and check on you and your mama and if you ain’t got a reason why you hate clowns, I’m gonna kill your whole f***in’ family.’

Zombie fans frequently praise Haig’s delivery in The Devil’s Rejects. He has a specific scene where he steals a woman’s car while still in his clown makeup. He taunts her young son in the process. However, his tears only make Spaulding wonder why he doesn’t like clowns.

“What’s the matter kid, don’t you like clowns?,” Spaulding said. “Don’t we make ya laugh? Aren’t we f***in’ funny? You best come up with an answer because I’m gonna come back here and check on you and your mama and if you ain’t got a reason why you hate clowns, I’m gonna kill your whole f***in’ family.”

Unfortunately, Haig died in 2019. Zombie’s The Munsters continues to embrace character actors that could still deliver monologues, but the content won’t be quite the same.

4. ‘The Devil’s Rejects’ – ‘I could really go for some tooty f***in’ fruity.’

Social media continues to tease Zombie for the amount of profanity and vulgar dialogue he puts in his movies. However, some of these crass lines of dialogue are highly-quotable lines for fans. The Devil’s Rejects has one that features Baby, Otis, and Spaulding driving in a van when the craving for ice cream strikes.

The small moment depicts a scene of humanity for these twisted characters. Baby wants some ice cream, but Otis initially refuses to stop the van. In response, Spaulding says, “I could really go for some tooty f***in’ fruity,” referring to the ice cream flavor. They ultimately make the stop for ice cream and enjoy it.

Zombie’s The Munsters will likely continue adding human elements to the iconic characters, although without the cussing.

5. ‘Halloween’ – ‘B****, I will crawl over there, and I will skull f*** the s*** outta you!’

Zombie took a stab at the legendary Halloween franchise with his own iteration. Similar to The Devil’s Rejects ice cream scene, he wanted to humanize Michael Myers. As a result, audiences see his backstory and what led him to become the knife-wielding killer.

Michael’s mother, Deborah (Sheri), is dating a horrible man who constantly threatens the family. In one instance, he tells her, “B****, I will crawl over there, and I will skull f*** the s*** outta you!”

Audiences will have to wait and see how the family dynamic will be in The Munsters, but it’s unlikely that they will be too different from the original iteration.

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