Madea winds up in the middle of mayhem when she spends a haunted Halloween fending off killers, paranormal poltergeists, ghosts, ghouls and zombies while keeping a watchful eye on a group of misbehaving teens.
In BOO! A MADEA HALLOWEEN, Tyler Perry returns as Madea to set the neighborhood straight on Halloween night. While trying to keep an eye on a few misbehaving teens who are planning a wild Halloween night party she is spooked by ghosts, killers, paranormal poltergeists, zombies and frightening spirits. Giving them all a piece of her mind and fists, Madea must maintain order and sanity as she spends this hilarious, haunted Halloween night fighting off goons and goblins. Written by
ComedyE.com / DeAlan Wilson
The latest Tyler Perry movie to be released in theaters in two years (the last Tyler Perry movie was The Single Moms Club) and the latest Madea movie to be released in theaters in three years. See more »
In order for the zombie attack to take place, the college students would have needed to know that Madea would be trying to go to the church, and that her car would break down in a specific part in the woods, all of which were spontaneous and therefore unpredictable. See more »
I want to go home.
Me too, home run, I'm talking 5th base.
Is there even a 5th base? *What* is that?
Why're you freaking out?
I'm not, what do you mean?
We get weird on each other.
I'm only 17.
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During the end credits, a series of bloopers are shown. See more »
Written by DJ Mustard (as Dijon McFarlane), Tyga (as Michael Stevenson)
Performed by Tyga
Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. and Songs Music Publishing
Courtesy of Cash Money Records / Republic Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
Boo! A Madea Halloween was very entertaining and kept the audience laughing throughout the entire movie. The diversity of characters and cultures gave it an added dimension of humor. The plot was definitely original. Aunt Bam, Hattie, and Joe were outrageously hilarious also. This was a definite improvement over A Madea Christmas. It's always quite a feat to direct and act simultaneously and Tyler Perry once again accomplishes this endeavor. As in other T.P. movies, we learn a life lesson. Tyler uses the film to depict family conflict and resolution. The movie was very funny which would have prevented it from being scary except for the clowns. I loved it and plan to see it again.
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