A group of teens including Cindy Campbell (Anna Faris) and Brenda Meeks (Regina Hall) are invited to spend a night in Hell House. Professor Oldman (Tim Curry) has convinced them it is for a school project, but the night won't go past quietly. Master Kane (Richard Moll) is long dead, but still plans on enjoying himself, especially with Alex Monday (Tori Spelling). When things really start getting bad, the gang must work together to find a way to capture this ghostly menace.Written by
(At around fourteen minutes) The map Cindy Campbell reads in the car has the following text on the bottom: "Directions: If you had any brains you would take your ass home. But since you don't, head North 2 miles on Hades Divide. You will pass Elm St. on your left. Whatever you do, KEEP MOVING! 6 Miles to Kane Manor. If you reach Compton, lock your door, bend over, and kiss your ass goodbye!" See more »
An odd bulge in the sleeve makes the presence of the robotic device that controls Hanson's mutated hand obvious. As well, the sleeve of that arm is clearly empty, indicating that the actor's real arm is tucked under his clothes, perhaps even controlling the robotic hand. See more »
I heard Dwight tell the professor that there could be a poltergeist in the house and that we could all be in danger!
Aww, naaaaw son! NOT A POLTERGEIST! What's a poltergeist?
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During the end credits, snapshots of behind the scenes of the film are shown next to the names. See more »
In an alternate scene, Cindy and Buddy are trapped in a room with a ghost. Cindy says if they break open a bunch of pouches of blood all over the floor, they can see the ghost's footprints, so they proceed to do it. After they have broken them all, a huge puddle of blood is on the floor. A phone by Cindy rings, and she answers it, to which a doctor on the other line says: "I'm looking for blood that was being stored at your location for me by Dwight Hartman, it's for a boy who is in desperate need of a blood transfusion. It cuts to the doctor in the room with two grieving parents who are with their son, played by Beetlejuice, saying "I'm just a little boy! I just can't help it...I'm dying!" Cindy replies: "Dwight Hartman no live here!" And hangs up. See more »
Shake Ya Ass
Written by Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo, Mystikal (as Michael Tyler)
Used by permission of EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP) & EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI); Zomba Enterprises, Inc./The Braids Publishing (Administered by Zomba Enterprises, Inc.) (ASCAP) See more »
A haunted house where a girl was once possessed by the devil is the locale in this unwanted sequel to the box office monster of 2000. Anna Faris and Regina Hall are the most notable teens in a parody-riddled bore that falls all to pieces after "The Exorcist" becomes the early headliner with James Woods (no idea why he is in this, but is admittedly the film's strongest asset) doing battle with the prince of darkness ala Max Von Sydow nearly 30 years earlier. Tiring and down-right sleep-inducing chapter in the highly successful series goes for gross-out and adult-oriented humor and falls flat on its smug face over and over again. Do not waste your time. Turkey (0 stars out of 5).
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