Cindy finds out the house she lives in is haunted by a little boy and goes on a quest to find out who killed him and why. Also, Alien "Tr-iPods" are invading the world and she has to uncover the secret in order to stop them.
Malcolm and Kisha move into their dream home, but soon learn a demon also resides there. When Kisha becomes possessed, Malcolm - determined to keep his sex life on track - turns to a priest, a psychic, and a team of ghost-busters for help.
The heroic Spartan king Leonidas, armed with nothing but leather underwear and a cape, leads a ragtag bunch of 13 Spartan misfit warriors to defend their homeland against thousands of ... See full summary »
A masked killer begins murdering teenagers in a small town, and as the body count rises, one girl and her friends contemplate the "rules" of horror films as they find themselves living in a real-life one.
A group of teens including Cindy Campbell and Brenda Meeks are invited to spend a night in Hell House. Professor Oldman has convinced them it is for a school project, but the night won't go past quietly. Master Kane is long dead, but still plans on enjoying himself, especially with Alex Monday. When things really start getting bad, the gang must work together to find a way to capture this ghostly menace. Written by
The streets and names on the map that Cindy reads are all significant to horror films or horror lore. Hades Dr. is a reference to Hades, Greek God of the Underworld; Elm St. is an obvious reference to A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984); and Kane Manor is either a reference to Kane Hodder, who played Jason Voorhees in four Friday the 13th films or the character Kane, from Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986) and Poltergeist III (1988). See more »
The costumes change during the spoof of the Nike commercial where the characters are in the costumes they are supposed to be in the next day. However, this is probably deliberate. See more »
I heard Dwight tell the professor that there could be a poltergeist in the house and that we could all be in danger!
Aww, naaaaw son! NOT A POLTERGEIST! What's a poltergeist?
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During the end credits, snapshots of behind the scenes of the film are shown next to the names. See more »
Written by Eddie Cooley, Otis Blackwell (as John Davenport)
Performed by Richard Marino and his Orchestra
Used by permission of Fort Knox Music Inc. (BMI); Trio Music Company, Inc. (BMI)
Courtesy of EMI Records
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No More Mercy. No More Shame. No More Sequels - Honest! - We lied
"No More Mercy. No More Shame. No More Sequels - Honest! - We lied"...That's just it. That tag line did lie...There was Mercy...They held back to much. Maybe they felt that with the first one they went to far, but just the jokes in this one felt like they were, restricted, and that they were holding back the punches.
Then there is the fact that you can easily tell how this movie was rushed. The writing was bad, and at many points in the movie, should have been...funny. Like there would be long stretches where nothing was funny, and that it was trying to move like a regular movie would.
Also, this movie is called Scary Movie. It is supposed to be a spoof of Horror movies. That is what one would believe, correct. Well, then why did it spoof "Cats and Dogs", "Charlies Angels", and other such movies more than horror movies. Sure it had the basic story of The Haunting, which I was trying to remember that bad movie enough as it were, as well as having a little Exorcist and What Lies Beneath. However, beyond those movies, there really wasn't much else.
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