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Hayride 2: Progression, but that's not a good thing
First of all I have to say considering this was made three years after the first movie it is impressive that it follows on directly from the previous's finale and includes the original cast. That kind of stuff makes all the difference and this franchise deserves a hat tip for that but that alone.
Pitchfork returns and continues his killing spree with the previous movies survivors trying to stop him and as with the first you'll see nothing even remotely original and wall to wall clichés.
Again it's not entirely terrible it's just poorly thought out.
Richard Tyson returns again but only in a flashbacks capacity.
There are worse horror franchises than Hayride and truth be told though they aren't good you can do worse. Combined this is a 3hr slasher epic which badly falls short but does have a couple of things going for it.
Follows straight on from the first complete with cast
Unforgivably boring in parts
Defies logic and reason
Things I learnt from this movie:
Heroes can wear wifebeaters to
A dozen stabs in the back can be easily walked off
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