Yes, I've seen them. In my opinion, his movies are totally devoid of scares, but full of unpleasantness. At his best, some of it can be semi-amusing in a sick way (as in The Devil's Rejects). But, generally, I don't have any interest in the world he's created. And yes, I say "world," as in singular, because all of his films take place in a pseudo-70s alternate universe where NO ONE has any socially redeeming qualities. Aside from Brad Dourif and Danielle Harris in his Halloween films, he's never even come close to creating a sympathetic character. And at the end of the day, that's just not interesting to me. I made it about 10 minutes into The Lords of Salem before I just switched it off. Life is too short to spend with characters that vapid, ugly, and stupid. I don't have any issue with others enjoying his films. They're just not for me. Zombie is obsessed with ugliness and people that I find repulsive. Even his Laurie Strode was cast from the same mold--and she's supposed to be the girl next door. And Zombie is a one-trick pony to a greater degree than any other director who springs to mind. Viewed collectively, I think his films are unscary, unfunny, unentertaining, soulless, redundant garbage. No offense intended, Mok. I enjoy your posts and respect your opinion. I just really, really hate Zombie's films. If any of this seems like an attack or commentary on you, I apologize in advance.