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Leaf Blower Massacre 2 (2017)

After finding out about the brutal murder of his fiancé, Shavar seeks revenge against a masked killer with a penchant for yard work weaponry. Fall will be the season of fear.

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Anthony Cooney
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Cast

Credited cast:
Ari Lehman ... Phil the Security Guard
Kaylee Williams ... Sally
Portia Chellelynn ... College Student
Anita Nicole Brown ... Nicole White
Joe DeBartolo ... Bum
Shon McGregory ... Funeral director
Claire 'Fluff' Llewellyn Claire 'Fluff' Llewellyn ... Mother
Lillian Lamour Lillian Lamour ... Molly
Colleen Elizabeth Miller Colleen Elizabeth Miller ... Katherine
Christopher Kahler Christopher Kahler ... Mike Williams (motorcycle guy)
Brianna Perozzi ... Rocker Chick #2
Shannon M. Williams Shannon M. Williams ... Miss Tomkins
Shavar D. Clark Shavar D. Clark ... Shavar Jennings
Justine M. Constantino Justine M. Constantino ... Jennifer
Michael Wade Johnson Michael Wade Johnson ... Camera Guy
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After finding out about the brutal murder of his fiancé, Shavar seeks revenge against a masked killer with a penchant for yard work weaponry. Fall will be the season of fear.

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When autumn arrives no one survives

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USA

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English

Release Date:

11 November 2017 (USA) See more »

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Chicago, Illinois, USA

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T-Nasty Production See more »
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Decent enough low-budget indie slasher
29 August 2018 | by GL84See all my reviews

With the maniac still on the loose, the lone survivor of his previous rampage struggles to regain his memory of the incident in order to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend as the rampage continues throughout the community.

Overall, this was a decent if flawed overall effort. One of it's strongest aspects is the creation of a fun low-budget atmosphere that leaves this with some rather creepy moments. Built around the idea of the killer getting to play within the community and getting to continue his rampage, there's some fun to be had with the stalking scenes featuring the killer striking various one-shot characters that stumble upon the killer. The ambush on the promoter out in the alley, the individual attacks on the lesbian couple in their home or the sequence with the surprise appearance at the young family all come together into being rather fun style stalking scenes that usually appear in these kinds of features. With a nice finale that also features a fun encounter at a music concert and the final confrontation in the basement lair of the killer which gives this the type of gore prominent in low-budget indie slasher efforts. These here provide this with enough to hold it up over the few minor flaws. One of the weaker elements to this one is the fact that there's quite a pronounced amount of filler material in a film that really shouldn't require any. Despite the origins of stepping this one up from the previous short, the languid pacing of the first half here really makes this feel longer than it should with scenes of the cops standing around at crime-scenes waiting for others to respond, seeing the entire journey of character's going around town talking to each other or wasting endless amounts of time just following the survivor around as he struggles to regain his composure. The other issue here is the rather clumsy setup for the killers' motivation which is rather shocking and somewhat hamfisted by being thrown into the film so late that it doesn't really have any impact or chance to resonate before it's over. Some might be put off by the low-budget quality of the production, but otherwise, it's not as bad as it could've been.

Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language and Nudity.


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