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Scary Tales: The Return of Mr. Longfellow (2003)

Mr. Longfellow spins three more tales of horror; this time while working at a car dealership.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Meshel Sinton ...
Victim (segment "The Return of Mr. Longfellow")
Lindsay Horgan ...
Jason Daly ...
Ray Goodwin / Don Leifert (segment "The Return of Mr. Longfellow")
Richard Cecere ...
Artie 'Arthur' McMillan (segment "The Return of Mr. Longfellow")
George Randol ...
Wesley King (segments "The Return of Mr. Longfellow" / "Charlie's Demons" / "Dennis Frye vs. The Zombies" / "7:23")
Bill Cassinelli ...
Dennis Frye (segments "The Return of Mr. Longfellow" / "Dennis Frye vs. The Zombies")
Ria Rampersad ...
Seceretary (segment "The Return of Mr. Longfellow")
Michael Hoffman Jr. ...
Police Dispatcher (segment "The Return of Mr. Longfellow")
Officer Cordell (segment "The Return of Mr. Longfellow")
Ivan Fantauzzi ...
Deputy Van Morrison (segment "The Return of Mr. Longfellow")
Oscar Rodriguez ...
Customer (segment "The Return of Mr. Longfellow")
Josh (segment "Charlie's Demons")
Neill Cotter ...
J.R. 'Shoogy' (segment "Charlie's Demons")
Heidi Fleisher ...
Tiffany (segment "Charlie's Demons")


Mr. Longfellow spins three more tales of horror; this time while working at a car dealership.

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This year get reacquainted with your Longfellow. See more »


Comedy | Horror





Release Date:

1 May 2003 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Scary Tales 2  »

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Box Office


$35,000 (estimated)

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Technical Specs

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Sarah: But Dennis, she wasn't a zombie.
Dennis Frye: I know that, you know that, but the cops don't...
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Follows Scary Tales (2001) See more »

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Great horror flick
21 December 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm someone who likes horror movies because they're funny, not scary.

This movie was made for me.

There's 3 stories with a story that connects them, like Creepshow, but this movie was a lot more fun.

The part at the car lot which links everything together was hilarious. There's this character named Wesley who looks like a crazy version of Kurt Russel in Used Cars. He wears make-up, a terrible plaid suit and chomps on mini cigars (and the scenery).

The first story is about a guy who visits a cabin in the woods. It turns out he's heading for group therapy. People start getting killed, and the gore effects are actually pretty good - including a cringing baseball bat to the forehead. Brutal.

The second "Scary Tale" was funny. This guy has a box of Acme Brand chocolate bars which turns some gang members called the zombies into zombies. It's really, really silly and fast paced.

The final tale has awesome acting. It reminded me of the Twilight Zone. This guy with stolen money almost has a car accident and ends up at this hotel he can't leave. Joe Estevez is fantastic (I bought a copy which was pre-autographed by him and the director from a cult movie store in New Jersey).

Loved this movie! I haven't listened to the commentary, but I can't wait.

I must admit, this was one of the first "underground movies" I've ever seen, and to be honest, it looks a lot better than the stuff that's on TV and in chain movie stores.

At least someone's still making fun horror movies. Aside from Shaun of the Dead, everything that's straight to video, or in theaters, has no personality. This movie's subtle about being over the top (which is really hard to do). A must find! IT makes fun of all sorts of clichés - although, it took my neighbor 3 viewings to figure out it wasn't serious. He loves it now too.

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