Cindy finds out the house she lives in is haunted by a little boy and goes on a quest to find out who killed him and why. Also, Alien "Tr-iPods" are invading the world and she has to uncover the secret in order to stop them.
Malcolm and Kisha move into their dream home, but soon learn a demon also resides there. When Kisha becomes possessed, Malcolm - determined to keep his sex life on track - turns to a priest, a psychic, and a team of ghost-busters for help.
Having exorcised the demons of his ex, Malcolm is starting fresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. After moving into their dream home, however, Malcolm is once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events.
Cedric the Entertainer
A group of teens including Cindy Campbell and Brenda Meeks are invited to spend a night in Hell House. Professor Oldman has convinced them it is for a school project, but the night won't go past quietly. Master Kane is long dead, but still plans on enjoying himself, especially with Alex Monday. When things really start getting bad, the gang must work together to find a way to capture this ghostly menace.Written by
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There were over 20 deleted scenes including:
an alternate scene of the scene where Shorty is smoked by the plant, which includes a cassette of "Ghetto Lullabies" featuring gunshots and police car sirens, and "Wilson" (from Cast Away), where Shorty asks for his help and Wilson tells Shory he is on his own and then rolls away.
an alternate take of the scene with Hanson, Shorty & Cindy in the kitchen, including Shorty having a very small brain which he proceeds to eat and then die, and a scene mocking Hannibal with Hanson & CIndy being connected by handcuffs, but Hanson's hand is too small and he gets away immediately
a scene where Professor Oldman is telling the kids about the history of the house, and Brenda keeps having psychic connections with past owners (or so she thinks), even though some are still alive. Then she walks by numerous things and yells that the ghost in these items, (including a mirror that punches her back)
a scene better explaining Alex's apperance and her reasons for being there.
a scene where Alex finally "breaks up" with a boy that she was actually stalking.
a scene where Alex freshens up and wants to be "taken advantage of" again by the ghost, and the ghost runs away.
numerous scenes with the bird not talking and Shorty & Cindy eating him.
a scene better introducing Dwight driving his car (who knows how) and his licence plate "GOT LEGS".
a scene after Alex is hit by the chandelier, and Theo comes in and Alex squeezes her chest and tells her to remember all the times they got very "personal" (even though they met the day before)
Extended scene showing Cindy reading the diary in her room, only to open up a vortex that nearly sucks her out of the room and paralyzes her. She's put into a tub with the water rising over her head like in What Lies Beneath, using her right foot to try to unstop the drain, then extending it far over to the side of the bathroom to call for help on the telephone.
Since the first Scary Movie completely ripped off Scream, at some points scene for scene, the film had a very developed, rich storyline which was filled with tons of hilarious gags.
Half of that works in the sequel. The storyline is weak, mainly copying the plot of the lackluster "The Haunting" which leads the main characters to spend a weekend in a haunted house. This is a great idea, but the story is not developed enough and after watching the film, I couldn't even remember why the characters ended up in the house in the first place.
Yet, the film's cast and writers give constant hilarious moments to add to the weak storyline and make a great film. Anna Farris returns as Cindy Campbell and is just as hilarious as she was in the first film. Other returning members are Shawn Wayans as Shorty, Regina Hall as Brenda, and Marlon Wayans as Ray.
There are several other new cast members, such as Tori Spelling, who does a tolorable job as a fellow college student, Alex. Several other cast members make the film enjoyable and the gags are hilarious. This is a great movie to see, because it's short and just something to laugh about, so fork over the nine bucks and laugh your ass off.
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