A girl named Tracy is with a bunch of teens closing up camp. She keeps having dreams about her brother who dissappeared there and it was rumored he was killed by Trevor Moorehouse, and of course guess who shows up for blood.
The friends Jack, Allie, Sarah, Charlie, Michelle and Eric go to the Placid Pines Cemetery to play hide and seek in the tombs. Meanwhile their friend Bobby dresses like a masked killer to ... See full summary »
A decades-old folk tale surrounding a deranged murderer killing those who celebrate Valentine's Day turns out to be true to legend when a group defies the killer's order and people start turning up dead.
With their invitations in hand, seven individuals descend upon a seemingly ordinary suburban home. Having been lured through various means, the group quickly learns their fate - they must ... See full summary »
Amanda Lynn Meyer
Trevor Moorhouse returns! Coming to Placid Pines is difficult for Tracy, who's brother, Jason, was one of Trevor's victims near the end of the original. When Tracy's nightmares begin to come true as one by one the counselors are murdered. Someone is hunting them through the pitch-black Forest and is determined to kill them all. Written by
I did not particularly like the first Bloody Murder film. I rented this hoping maybe it would be an improvement, and it was! The first 15 minutes of Bloody Murder 2 are a little lame, but it gets much better as the plot progresses and has quite a few plot twists. It's still no Friday The 13th (at least the first 8), but it's better than the average horror films of recent memory.
I also liked the fact that they used a HORROR MUSIC SCORE instead of that lame happy pop music junk that seems to be in every mainstream horror film lately. That really ruins the essence of a what a horror film should be, and hopefully the pop music fad in horror is dying off.
Bloody Murder 2 won't win any awards, but it's a well done little B-slasher film.
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