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.
Having exorcised the demons of his ex, Malcolm is starting fresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. After moving into their dream home, however, Malcolm is once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events.
Cedric the Entertainer
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 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
Composer George S. Clinton originally wrote a 70-minute, full orchestral score for the film but it was ultimately rejected in favor of the style of the temp score. Most of the temp score was compiled from recordings of Marco Beltrami's work, and he was asked to score the film. However, Beltrami did not have the time to do it, and thus hired 11 other people to write music. See more »
In Cindy's dorm room, the pattern of the bird poop on the wall changes randomly. See more »
I Walk Alone
Written by Thomas Flowers, Doug Eldridge, Ric Ivanesivich, Fred Nelson, Jr.
Performed by Oleander
Used by permission of Songs of Universal, Inc. o/b/o itself and Oleander Noise (BMI)
Courtesy of Universal Records
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Despite the grotesque humor of the first Scary Movie, I have to say that I liked it, and was interested to see what the Wayans could conjure up for the sequel. As it turns out, not much. (*no spoilers*)
So these kids are put in a haunted house for a class. Okay. After that, the plot goes no where. It is never explained WHY they are there--the beginning is simply followed by random puns and gross humor. The jokes were good for a quick laugh, but they weren't much when you thought about it later. And I found myself revisiting the same jokes that were used in the first Scary Movie far too frequently. The fact that the cast is nearly the same didn't help.
I'll give them one thing--the opening sequence was pretty funny. There were new actors involved (James Woods, Natasha Lyonne, etc.), and some great spoofs on the Exorcist. But when it came right down to it, the movie lacked a good plot, decent actors (Tori Spelling? come on), and most of all, a healthy amount of humor for what was advertised. I'm glad I knew the guy at the ticket counter and got in for free--my $8.50 will go to better use.
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