There was a scene filmed with Courtney telling Derek she was coming with him because she was afraid of losing him to his "BFF with benefits, Skye". This scene was to take place right before the montage of Brigg, Derek, and Courtney headed to Mill Basin while everyone prepared for the party. See more »
Skye is driving and able to trade a car at 15. See more »
Hooray, part 2 of this super cheesy franchise is just awesome, I love that these films are such fun and lighthearted and don't go over the top with the drama. Part 2 picks up where the first film left off, Skye has fled the scene of the murders and has set out to find her long lost mother, she is greeted with open arms when she arrives on her mothers doorstep and all seems well for Skye as she attempts to put her life back together, that is until the killer turns up again and starts hacking people up, AWESOME!
This installment is even better than the first one for many reasons, the character of Skye is given a lot more depth which allows the viewer to really care about her story, this also feels slot more like an actual movie, obviously this franchise is made for television but it does a good job of seeming like more than that, the kids getting murdered in this movie are even more dislikable than the first so its great to see them get it. I personally would have preferred it if the supporting cast from the first film were left out of this, the whole searching for Skye plot kinda bored me, it was an unnecessary plot line but oh well you can't win em' all.
I hope the third movie does get made, these films are such fun and a third installment would put the icing on the cake. I hope Lauren McKnight gets more roles in actual movies because I think she could be awesome, well even more awesome than she already is, kinda like a less angry and more naturally edgy Kristen Stewart, she's pretty cool. Grade A teen slasher fun.
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