the munsters

Honest Movie Reviews: Rob Zombie’s ‘The Munsters’ Is Cheesy, And Not in a Good Way

In the latest edition of Honest Movie Reviews, we’re pulling together the funniest audience movie reviews on the internet. From laughable to ironic, truthful to the downright silly, we’re diving into the deep, dark rabbit hole of online movie fandom. Today, we turn our attention to The Munsters, a remake of the ’60s-era TV series about a family of monsters that moves from Transylvania to an American suburb.

Rob Zombie, whom you surely know for his horror films like House of 1,000 Corpses, the Halloween remakes, and The Devil’s Rejects is the man behind The Munsters. Here, he tries his hand at comedy as the director, producer, and screenwriter for the sitcom’s adaptation.

The film features a talented cast that includes Zombie’s own wife Sheri Moon Zombie (Lily Munster), Richard Brake (Dr. Henry Augustus Wolfgang), Jeff Daniel Phillips (Herman Munster), and Daniel Roebuck (Grandpa Munster), among others.

But is the movie any good? Well, that depends on your definition of good. It might be so bad it’s good. Or it might just be terrible. Users on the platform certainly have some strong opinions about the movie, few of them flattering.

Without further ado, here are the best honest movie reviews for The Munsters.

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