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Larry Joe Campbell,
Johnny Ray Meeks
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[hi-five each other]
We could paint this place today, sell it tomorrow, and still make money.
Yes, we could. I love you, Jack Watson.
I love you. Now, let me carry you over that goddamn threshold.
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Moving into a supposedly haunted house, an expectant couple finds the house has a strange affect on her and her unborn twins and eventually forces them to call upon help from the Vatican to combat the evil within the house.
While this one maybe quite enjoyable in terms of being a horror/comedy, there's still some big flaws here with this one. The main issue here is the fact that the film feels way too loose and chaotic, as if there's nothing on-hand but a group of friends riffing around and ad-libbing the entire time without making anything make sense. This doesn't feel like a true, cohesive effort here as not only is behavior completely different from scene-to-scene with no real cause for what's happening at all, but the way the whole thing is treated like a joke tends to make light of the situation as horror elements are all dropped in favor of the all- mighty joke when it's really not all that funny, itself another problem here. It comes off like a series of in-jokes and references between friends goofing off on-set rather than anything to do with an actual story, and that causes a ton of the jokes to fall flat when they're not beating them into the ground wearing out its welcome either. These tend to cause a rather overlong series of gags that aren't funny to begin with and become increasingly agonizing as they go along, though in spite of these problems there's some good here as well. Sometimes, the fact is that the gags and jokes work, especially when spoofing the traditional confines of the haunted house effort of him continually bumping into everything in the house after it was moved there unexpectedly, his battles with the lamp that continually shock him or the numerous hilarious gags with the exorcists that come in through the last half here which give this one quite a fun ride as the battle with the demon baby in the bedroom is quite fun and exciting, while packed with some nice action and some nice gory kills to make for a nice time here. Likewise, once this kicks into the third act preparing for the actual birth there's some fun to be had here with the way these signal her upcoming change and aren't nearly as boringly moronic as the rest of the film is. These, along with the rather up-beat pace that regardless of the quality of the jokes running throughout never causes this one to lose its pace allows it to come off rather well and makes for its good parts to overcome its few flaws.
Rated R: Extreme Graphic Language, Full Graphic Nudity, Graphic Violence, sexual acts and drug use.
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