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Trevor Moorhouse returns! Coming to Placid Pines is difficult for Tracy, who's brother, Jason, was one of Trevor's victims near the end of the original. When Tracy's nightmares begin to come true as one by one the counselors are murdered. Someone is hunting them through the pitch-black Forest and is determined to kill them all.Written by
Ok, JUST rented this and found it to be SO much better than the first one. The people in this one actually could act and not only that, but they had REASONS for going somewhere, unlike some people who would just out of NOWHERE say "Oh, i forgot the map, i'll go back and get it" while they are walking through the woods. I mean come on! But this was a BIG step up, and it wasnt the GREATEST but it was pretty good.
Its about this girl Tracy, whos brother Jason was killed five years ago at Placid Pines, why Tracy goes there to work, is beyond me. But anyway, they have to close camp for the Winter, until Trevor Moorehouse comes along and starts offing them one by one.
I think this entire thing worked out fairly well. The characters werent as paper thin as in the first, and you learned to ACTUALLY kind of care for them in the end. And finally for once, the slut or African American didnt
die first! The blood and gore was definitly there, as opposed to the original, where it had...nothing.
The acting was pretty average, the only exception being that retarded guy James or whatever his name is, when he started screaming like a five year old girl, i couldnt wait for his ass to die! As for the rest they did pretty well, especially Tiffany Shepis who did a good job as the slut, i wish i knew everyone elses real name, i could say a lot more. But everyone else did a good job for first time actors, they were actually believeable.
Overall the movie was well worth the rental fee. Disregard ever watching the first and just read reviews or plot outlines of it, youll get the gist of it fairly quick. Then go out and rent this, its definitely worth it after such a horrible original to start off.
I give Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp a 8/10
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