Madea lands in the midst of mayhem when she spends a haunted Halloween fending off killers, paranormal poltergeists, ghosts, ghouls, and zombies while keeping a watchful eye on her wild teenage great-niece.
Madea returns to set the neighborhood straight on Halloween night. While trying to keep an eye on a few misbehaving teens who are planning a wild Halloween-night party, she is spooked by ghosts, killers, poltergeists, zombies, and spirits. Giving them all a piece of her mind and fists, Madea must maintain order and sanity as she spends this hilarious, haunted Halloween night fighting off goons and goblins.Written by
ComedyE.com / DeAlan Wilson
The first film in the franchise to feature Hattie and the second film in the franchise to feature Aunt Bam. See more »
[All goofs for this title are spoilers.]
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[Madea's making ghastly noises]
The Lord's working on her.
No, that's not the Lord, that's these words tryin' come up
[makes horrible bodily noises, near panic]
Don't cuss, Madea, you in a church, don't cuss, Madea... bind you, cussing demon! Cussing demon, I bind you!
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Evil Goes the Weasel
Written and performed by Jay Weigel
Published by Music of Melpomene
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Very stereotypical but funnier than expected
As expected this movie was based on various stereotypes of the black community. After all Tyler Perry's entire career is based on the exploitation of racial stereotypes. While I don't condone that I have to say that the movie was funnier than expected. It definitely had its moments.
As far as I can tell most people watched this movie mainly because one of the protagonists is a famous Youtube personality (Yousef Erakat). I personally am not too fond of his Youtube videos but his acting performance was solid. Gotta give it to him.
Final verdict: Not quite re-watchable but it's a solid comedy.
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