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A Haunted House 2
Ghost Movie 2 (2014)
Movie
  • Director:
    Michael Tiddes
  • Category:
  • Writer:
    Marlon Wayans,Rick Alvarez
  • Cast:
    Marlon Wayans,Jaime Pressly,Cedric the Entertainer
  • Time:
    1h 26min
  • Budget:
    $4,000,000
  • Year:
    2014
After losing his beloved Kisha in a car accident, Malcolm starts anew, by remarrying Megan, a mother of two. When things begin to get back into their paranormal ways, targeting both the children and the property, things complicate even more when his back-to-life Kisha moves into the neighborhood.
Casts
Cast overview, first billed only:
Marlon Wayans Marlon Wayans - Malcolm
Jaime Pressly Jaime Pressly - Megan
Essence Atkins Essence Atkins - Kisha
Gabriel Iglesias Gabriel Iglesias - Miguel
Missi Pyle Missi Pyle - Noreen
Ashley Rickards Ashley Rickards - Becky
Affion Crockett Affion Crockett - Ray Ray
Steele Stebbins Steele Stebbins - Wyatt
Rick Overton Rick Overton - Professor Wilde
Hayes MacArthur Hayes MacArthur - Ned
Dave Sheridan Dave Sheridan - Agouhl
Cedric the Entertainer Cedric the Entertainer - Father Williams
Kurt Carley Kurt Carley - Dr. Rousch
Tom Virtue Tom Virtue - Father Callahan
Kym Whitley Kym Whitley - Church Lady

Ghost Movie 2 (2014)

Pierre Daniel, who had a brief role in the film sued Marlon Wayans for racial harassment. This was after Wayans posted a side by side photo comparing him to Cleveland Brown from Perepea (1999). The case was thrown out after the judge pointed out Daniel does in fact look like Cleveland Brown.

(at around 32 mins) In one of the scenes, when Malcom is taking notes. Marlon Wayans breaks character and talks about how bad the Scary Movie franchise has gotten after the 2nd one.

Wyatt's Imaginary friend is named Tony. Just like Danny's imaginary friend in Hiilgus (1980). Tony was also the name of Kisha's childhood imaginary friend as seen through a home movie in the first movie.

(at around 1h 16 mins) When Malcolm and Megan are sitting on the couch and Megan neck is snapped she blinks after he jumps off the couch.

Saithi
Saithi
I have not seen the first "A Haunted House" film, but after sitting through this dreadful sequel I don't think I would like to. Why this trashy unpleasant film was released on Easter weekend is beyond me.

There is no coherent story. Upon getting over an ex-girlfriend who got possessed by evil spirits, Malcolm hooks up and moves in with a new girl Megan and her two kids. What follows is an embarrassing mishmash of scenes from recent big hits in the horror genre, "Sinister", "Insidious" and "The Conjuring," as Malcolm continues to be terrorized by demonic events.

Marlon Wayans plays Malcolm in the most irritating and annoying manner, with his non-stop loud screaming and nonsensical ranting. He has a prolonged, uncomfortable and unfunny sex sequence where Marlon gets it on with a doll that looks like the diabolical Annabelle from "The Conjuring". More awful jokes of such sick sexual nature would recur through the rest of the film.

You go into a spoof film like this to have a shallow laugh out of jokes inspired by your favorite horror films. However, within the first few minutes, you already get the feeling that this film will not entertain you at all. In fact, it could even be quite boring, with very long humorless scenes that overstay their welcome. There are many scenes which would offend pet lovers, Catholics, Mexicans, women, and practically everyone else.

I found it interesting only when it tries to recreate a recognizable scene from those modern horror classics, like the group hanging from "Sinister" or the "Hide and Clap" game from "The Conjuring". But unfortunately, I wind up disappointed because its spoofing just falls terribly flat. I would have had a good time if a film was dumb and funny, but this film is just plain dumb, not funny. 1/10.
Brajind
Brajind
A Haunted House 2 is an American 'comedy' 'horror' film directed by Michael Tiddes and starring Marlon Wayans. The film is the sequel to the 2013 film A Haunted House. Having exorcised the demons of his ex, Malcolm is beginning fresh with his new partner and her two children. After moving into their dream home, however, Malcolm (Marlon Wayans) is once again plagued by strange supernatural events.

From the opening sequence, right up until the closing credits, the film is a complete calamity. The film's screenplay is aimless, stupid and staggeringly unfunny – not a single gag throughout the entire film resonates with audiences. This, taken in combination with pointlessly constructed racist stereotypes and unbelievably dull horror clichés, means that sitting through the films short runtime of eighty six minutes becomes almost impossible.

Wayans's performance is excruciatingly painful to watch. Malcolm is an astoundingly unlikable lead protagonist – and in all the wrong ways. On no occasion do his bizarre actions and ear-splitting shrieking ever seem necessary, and his lack of any sort of morality or even awareness of the reality that surrounds him results audiences hastily attempting to distance themselves as much as possible from a character that presumably is meant to be engaging and amusing.

The film manages to surpass the stale mediocrity of its predecessor. It's a tortuous waste of time which could have been better spent doing almost anything else. The film's only asset is that it's almost instantly forgettable. As the credits roll, the sensation of a deep exhale of breath and thinking, "I never have to watch A Haunted House 2 again", is certainly something to savour. The film is an unmistakable catastrophe.
Wenyost
Wenyost
Avoid this film have just watched it and it had to be the worst movie i have ever seen and has no storyline or creativity to it at all to make it worse they made it look like a porno movie so if u have any children do not let them see this movie utter garbage nothing will ever surpass the Scary movie trilogy the reason i don't say series is that the last 2 have also been garbage (Scary Movie 4-5) so avoid this movie at all costs!!!!! If you however have seen this movie i hope you ask for a refund or entrance to a better film i can only hope that the film creators go back to the drawing board and look at classic comedy like the naked gun trilogy and get some tips from their creators as the people who made this film have been drinking or taking drugs during the making of the so called film AVOIDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!
The_NiGGa
The_NiGGa
I am so glad I did not see the first one if it is any way related to this one.

This movie's first 15 or 20 minutes were so funny my sides were cracking. From there it became just pure disgust. Now I am not a teeny bop per or a younger adult but I was beginning to feel very old or prudish on the doll scenes. I found those scenes were just so disgusting and uncalled for in the movie. I saw one or two people walk out and they were younger, even in their 20s.

The movie had scenes that were in my opinion sacrilegious. I did not find them funny at all. I think whoever the editor is should be fired. The movie was way too long and it was beating a dead horse dead. It had no script, just count the times they us the "f" word.

Do not even wait for this on DVD....let's just hope its never released any where else.

The Wayans and whoever reviews and releases movies should be ashamed of this piece of work, or non work.

My rating would have been 0 if I could. They should pay us to come and see this movie.
Xlisiahal
Xlisiahal
A Haunted House 2 is the non-awaited follow-up to A Haunted House. It has all the ingredients of a good movie, including actors, a script, and credits at the end. I watched this movie when I was straight as a penis on Viagra, and it didn't seem that funny. Then I got stoned, and I just couldn't stop laughing. How I laughed: ha ha, ho ho, and even some hee-hee's. So in order not to waste these laughs, I put the movie on again, and the laughs continued throughout the whole 80 minutes, peaking after an hour and a half. I thought the young black guy and the blond white woman were the funniest. I wish they had been in the movie rather than watching through my apartment window. But why did some people on IMDb not find this movie funny? Reviewers be tripping!
Keramar
Keramar
I knew going into it that it would be somewhat crude, but hoped it would be funny. There were a couple of chuckles in the beginning, but about 15 mins into it there was a scene with Damon Wayans having sex with a doll and went on and on and was disgusting. Not even funny. Just strange, sick and pornish. Walked out and got my money back. I'm tired of paying for trash and then just sitting through it hoping it gets better. Don't waste your money.

I actually enjoyed the trailers that play before the actual movie. Laughed really hard at a preview of movie coming soon called "A Million Ways to Die in the West."
Shakar
Shakar
This "movie" is for people who have the lowest standards, as it is an absolute waste of time. This film, like the first one is a parody of recently released horror films. Well this movie is not a parody, because parody requires some level of intelligence and cunning wit. This "film" has none of that.

This "film" is profoundly stupid, only meant to please the idiots who like this crap and even that is offensive on so many levels. One has to question how a film so awful could even be made, it is that bad, and on top of that, it is not funny, not one bit. I never once laughed, most of the time I was cringing at all the awful one liners and "jokes", or shaking my head with agony and I think I checked my phone watch over 20 times.

I still cant believe that this is the guy who helped create Scary Movie 1 and 2, two of the best parody movies ever, and now he has stooped to levels so low, they rival movies like Grown Ups 2 and Jack and Jill, and honestly id rather go back and watch Jack and Jill cause at least I got a kick out of Al Pacino.

This "movie" is nothing but a classless, soulless, cash grab that should be seen by absolutely no one, it is a complete waste of time, thought and effort....wait no none of those things were even put in to this garbage, the only thing A Haunted House 2 does, is waste a theater slot for a month if that. Worst movie of 2014 By Far!
Mopimicr
Mopimicr
I didn't want to give 7/10, but 6/10. The main reason is because most people didn't quite appreciate this movie.

This is just another form of comedy (such as "meet the spartans") which "most" people don't want to understand. The kind of movie where you spoil everything, really everything and it turns out to be really hilarious!

You can't go to the cinema and watch this film and expect nice little laughs like other typical Hollywood comedies. This is totally different.

Compared to the previous episode, well many similar sequences. Won't place spoilers, but quite repeating. Still very funny.

The main actor did a wonderful job at making this movie really funny.

The cast consists of more or less same people from the 1st episode.

Contains plenty of swearing, racial words, very direct interracial swearing, some nudity, violence.

Mixed up parody of several movies together, all bundles into having a good time laughing. Never had such a laugh with typical Hollywood comedy.

If you didn't laugh at the beginning of this movie, well, don't continue, you won't like it. But if you had a laugh, then just don't blink :D

Cheers, an absolute must-watch when u want some good laughs.
Hellblade
Hellblade
I have not been usually a fan of Marlon Wayans in movies. I loved his brother Damon and loved the family in sketch comedy in In Livin Color. But in Scary Movie I thought he over played his parts. So much that it wasn't funny. And White Chicks was only funny because of Terry Crews. In face the only Scary Movie I liked was the "Grab my Little Hand" one and the one with the Spoof genius Charley Sheen who dominated Hot Shots and Part Deux in a way that would make Monty Python or Mel Brooks proud. A Haunted House 1 fell short as well although some parts made me snicker. A HH2 though was pure genius. I can see a lot of people not getting the humor but I'm pretty sure anyone my age understood it perfectly. Us 90's kids grew up hearing these type laughs. From them moving in all the way to the Warrans I laughed and laughed out loud non-stop. I am definitely buying this and watching it until I wear it out and the humor isn't funny anymore. Give it a shot and don't worry about the plot. Just listen to Marlons take on women problems, and how he handles or should I say can't handle the paranormal. All stereotypes are touched just as the Great Dave Chappelle. Actually that is a perfect reference. If you liked the Dave Chapelle show and laughed hard at that, you'll love this. If not, then go watch CSI or How to Lose A Guy In 10 Days. You will be better off
Trex
Trex
"Prepare to meet your maker. I'm sending you back to Taiwan!" After finally getting rid of his possessed ex, Malcolm (Wayans) has started a new life in a new house with his new girl Megan (Pressly). When the same thing starts happening again he thinks it has to do with a creepy doll. Once again Malcolm has to exercise something out of his life. So I will say that I thought the first one was funny for about 20 minutes then started to get old. Most spoof movies are like that though so I won't hold it against them. I in no way thought this needed a sequel. After about five minutes I was certain that they didn't need a sequel. While the first one kept me laughing for about half the time I don't think I even smiled at all watching this one. It may be that the humor just wasn't for me but some of the jokes went on way to long and they weren't funny to start with (the sex scene with the doll for example). It had the right idea mixing Sinister and The Conjuring for the main story line but they didn't do anything with it. Overall, a movie that started off annoying and never really got better, I really struggled to get through this one. I give it a D.
Flas
Flas
I've been a fan of Marlon Wayans and his works since the first "Scary Movie" came out, and this is the first time I really disliked one of his films. From the get go, we're given over the top scenes that have nothing to offer, but Wayans' character jumping and screaming all around. As the movie went on, I had nothing but the feeling of "is it ever gonna end?", due to the unfunny situations and characterizations, especially of Malcolm and Megan. To be honest, the only funny character is Becky, who albeit not saying anything that new, has a sarcastic attitude. The plot is filled with jokes that have already been made in the last 20 Wayans' productions, so there is nothing new, in this picture, to be seen. Not even the jokes involving racism in the United States are good-- by the way, the "White girl in trouble!" involving Cindy Campbell's desperation felt like gold when comparing to what "A Haunted House 2" tried to do. So that's it: if you want to see something really funny in Wayans' recent works, "A Haunted House" is a much better choice than this one.
Nikobar
Nikobar
A Haunted House 2 is a pretty good movie. Its funny and a little better than the first one. A lot of people are saying its really bad and dumb. They just don't get the humor behind it. Its supposed to be a little racist,dumb,raunchy, and corny to be able get a little bit of every comedic aspect. Now it does go a little to far with the sex scenes ( unfortunately with the doll) but at the end of it all it was a pretty good movie.and plus if you didn't really like the first movie don't always expect the second one to be completely better.because you know what they say about movies. The second one may not be the best one.so I give A Haunted House 2 an 8/10 pretty good minus the weird sex scene.
Macage
Macage
This is the worst movie I've ever seen. I don't even know why I decided to watch it at the first place if its not because my friends were curious about it. Some of them have seen the first one before, so they expected this one should be somewhere as good. But nope. I literally sat there with my phone and 2048 for the entire 90 minutes block and bored to death. Most of the jokes are lame and cheap. I was really trying to laugh, but too bad I gave up after 15 minutes. My friends and I left and we were all like "this is so retarded". If you're interested in watching naked black guy having sex with a haunted doll, then you might want to give this a try. If not, please save your time and money. Go watch some better movie.
Blackseeker
Blackseeker
AWFUL don't even start to say how bad of a movie this was.. Disgusting is more the word.. and just plain stupid.. I watched this today after almost a hours of it I got up and left. along with others in the theater .. this is money I will never get back or the hour of my life

this shouldn't even be called a movie.. on a score of 1-10 ten being best it was at least a minus 20 that was a minus 20.. yes it was that bad. and filthily.. I will not ever watch another movie with the Waylan's in it at all. if this is the crap they are going to be putting out.. save your money. it wasn't worth the film it was made on.. it really didn't have a story line had a lot sexual content with a doll.
Netlandinhabitant
Netlandinhabitant
I didn't really like the Scary Movie series so I was pleasantly surprised by the similar (but funnier) A Haunted House. Still, I wasn't looking forward to this sequel since comedy sequels almost always suck. Sadly, this one does suck for the most part. Marlon Wayans tries so so hard and carries the movie on his back 95% of the time. His shtick is constant and, because of this, I grew tired of him very quickly. By the half-hour mark I was ready to throw in the towel. But I stuck with it and it does get better in the last twenty minutes or so. Cedric the Entertainer, Missi Pyle, Hayes MacArthur, and Kym Whitley are all more amusing than the movie deserves. Jaime Pressly is terrible. Gabriel Iglesias is one tired Mexican joke after another. The humor is over the top and often gross. It sets out to top the first movie in crudeness. Why this was the goal is beyond me but I was worried it would be. The Wayans family seem to believe that comedy gets funnier as it gets nastier, which is why the vast majority of their work is bottom-of-the-barrel garbage. See it if you like your humor as lowbrow as it can possibly get.
Blackstalker
Blackstalker
I recalled my experience of the original Haunted House film at the beginning of the year by saying in my review, "When I sit through an eighty-one minute parody, given nothing but extended fart gags, annoying characters, ridiculously crass sex scenes, and a minute and a half sequence of a grown man having sex with a teddy bear, I don't laugh, I wince and later recall the experience sourly." Despite most of my review of the original film applying to the film's sequel, A Haunted House 2, I specifically cherrypicked this quote because it was a list of the glaring annoyances in the original film. However, I don't have to do much modifying to that sentence to describe the miscalculation that is A Haunted House 2 except in this film, a grown men has sex with a cursed doll rather than a teddy bear. Indeed, we must endure a horribly long, crass, and desperately unfunny scene of Marlon Wayans having explicit and lewd sex with a doll before his wife comes in. At first, it seemed like a horribly desperate way to achieve laughs; now it seems like a pleasurable act for Wayans to engage in one of his presumed fetishes. Have mercy.

A Haunted House 2 compliments its predecessor in that it's a moronic assembly of ridiculous scenarios, unfunny parodies, and lazily-written scenes, strung together in a style that resembles a collection of vignettes rather than a real film. We're reunited with Malcolm Johnson (Marlon Wayans), who attempts to move on from his old girlfriend Kisha and move in with his new girlfriend Megan (Jaime Pressly) and their two kids. Megan's teenage daughter winds up discovering a box in the basement of their new home, which she proceeds to carry around and coddle obsessively, while Megan's younger son exercises his imagination with an imaginary friend, who turns out to be vulgar and abusive. Malcolm also discovers a doll, which spoofs the Annabelle doll from The Conjuring, which seems to hold cursed powers and clings to a strange, sexual relationship after Malcolm winds up having sex with it one night. The film basically follows the blueprint of its predecessor, which is just to be just as repetitive as the Paranormal Activity films we've been greeted with this year in a haphazardly-handled manner.

The irony of A Haunted House and its sequel is that if Marlon and company wanted to prove they were funnier or somewhat superior (which is kind of what the idea of a parody film is, poking fun at the clichés in a manner that provides the illusion of a higher-power of wit and creativity) that they'd create a film that was more bent on satire rather than catering to the lowest common denominator of American audiences. Similar to Grown Ups 2, no matter how hard you try, the film seems to have a lower impression of you than you have of it, and provides eighty-two minutes of some of the most contrived, predictable entertainment we've seen all year.

A reminder to readers not wholly familiar to my work - I enjoy the raunchiest of comedies, the lewdest of scenarios, and frequently regard films bearing foul language and nudity as enticing works of modern comedic art. However, A Haunted House 2 demonstrates nothing more than forced humor and crassness taken to the level of pure laziness and monotony. Despite all efforts to infuse jokes and references into the film's structure, writers Wayans and Rick Alvarez, along with director Michael Tiddes, make the crucial and crippling mistake of acknowledging the franchise or name they want to parody and assume we should laugh based on recognition, which is a fatal misstep for this genre of films, pioneered by the equally-lazy and contemptible likes of Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer (the men behind the "Movie" franchise of parody movies, like Date Movie and Epic Movie).

The only true reason to endure the dreadfully unfunny spectacle of tastelessness that is A Haunted House 2 is to see the comedic energy of Wayans himself who, while making a very bad film, still manages to be spirited and zippy about the whole affair, along with Gabriel Iglesias, whose brief scenes in the film provide for some necessary comic relief. Even if such scenes are predicated off of tiresome stereotypes and misrepresented exchanges of racism, at least it beats overlong scenes of filthy, unnecessary sex inside a film that's already nearly unwatchable without them.

Starring: Marlon Wayans, Jaime Pressly, Gabriel Iglesias, Affion Crockett, Essence Atkins, and Cedric the Entertainer. Directed by: Michael Tiddes.
Nahn
Nahn
Malcolm (Marlon Wayans) has moved on and married Megan (Jaime Pressly) who has a moody teen daughter (Ashley Rickards) and a son with an imaginary playmate. The haunting begins immediately as Malcolm has "an affair" with a haunted doll left behind from the previous owner, one that goes "Fatal Attraction" on him. Malcolm views home movies also left behind with the hanging people in the back yard and a guy who "looks as ugly as Steve Tyler." The daughter carries around a large found wooden box, which plays no other part than to be a source for crude box jokes.

The film is similar in style and humor to the original, i.e. if you loved that one, you should love this one. I had a few LOL moments, including when the dog died...my bad. The film also has crude moments and explicit sex talk. Some knowledge of drugs is helpful. OG Kush is marijuana and Molly is ecstasy.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity, and squirting.
Gianni_Giant
Gianni_Giant
If you like the first "A Haunted House" movie, then you will also like this one, because it is initially the same kind of spoofy comedy in a genre that just won't die.

The comedy is fast paced and right up to par with the comedy seen in the first movie. And Marlon Wayans do pull it off nicely enough. While this is a comedy, it is not the kind that will have you bursting out in laughter while tears trickle down your cheeks. I think I only laughed once actually. But that being said, the movie isn't bad, nor is it boring. The comedy is good and serves the movie right. The comedy here is the type that will brighten up your mood and put a smile on your face.

Similar to the first movie, an entity is haunting Malcolm and making his life a living hell, especially when no one believes him as things escalate out of control.

I enjoy these spoof movies and always have, and this one is one of the better ones, especially because it is making fun of the ghost and horror genres of movies.

Like the first movie, I am rating "A Haunted House 2" a 6 out of 10 stars.
Enila
Enila
The movie is the sequel of the last year's well known horror film parody by Marlon Wayans. It could have been guessed easily, because if we were talking about „scary movies", than the name of the Wayans brothers come into everybody's mind immediately. For me they form a duo, only whose face is enough to being seen on a movie poster to get myself excited about the actual production. It was also the same situation with this movie, but the final result has ended up with a medley packed with hard mix of emotions.

Marlnon Wayans is still hilarious for me, and I think it will never change. Overall I consider the movie a really good entertainment, however the notorious comic actor has some really weird moments when he successfully managed to not poorly exaggerate and overdo his role. Sometimes when something was humorous at the beginning turned out to be a vigorous effort by the end, which is often delayed in time. So it felt to me sometimes, that it's primary purpose was to lengthen the runtime of the movie. So occasionally we can laugh on some scenes at the beginning, but after a short time that smile starts to get faded away, even though the scene continues which was intended to be funny.

The casting crew has changed a little bit. For example Wayans has an other girlfriend who is just as annoying on the big screen (and untalented) than the previous one. However, she's a perfect choice for an aesthetic element (most likely it was the goal of her role). The children do not appear on the screen so often, which made me really happy initially, because personally speaking I'm not really keen for the young actors. Buti n this movie, when the young boy was just about showing up for a minute and saying a short monologue, a loud laughter erupted from me. I really rarely say that to a child actor, but I think he did a remarkable job!

In addition, the range of characters extended with a Mexican-style amigo (who plays Wayans neighbor by the way). He's become my favorite after his first appearance on the screen. I was infatuated with listening to his non-sense spiels, and I've just loved him creating more and more amusing sentences within fractions of a second.

Otherwise the funny scenes of the movie were very similar to what we could experience in its predecessor, so if you liked the first one you'd probably like this one about the same. I think they overdid the sex-related gags a little bit. 2 or 3 are even funny, the 5th is not so, but after the tenth the production is about getting really dull and monotonous. However, the film is not too long, so it doesn't leave us enough time to get bored.

Overall, the movie is not worthy for the standard created by the classic „Scary Movie", but I consider it a perfect evening entertainment, if you simply wanna have fun.

Rating 5/10

Thanks for spending your precious free time with reading my review! Hope you liked it!
Cetnan
Cetnan
Greetings from Lithuania.

Strange or not, i really enjoyed the first "A Haunted House" movie, it was a really funny stuff. Sadly, the second one is a huge disappointment comparing to a first one. The script is so poor and unfunny, that you can think that this was written in two days, it's nearly awful, what a shame. I know it's a parody and has to be stupid, but it has to be fun and stupid, there are great parodies, but this one is a very poor, unfunny mess. They couldn't even make fun out of one of my favorite horror movies in years "Sinister" - everything in "A Haunted House 2" is lame, unfunny (except for one Mexican stereotype joke), horribly acted and simply stupid beyond recognition and fun.

Overall, even if you are hardcore parodies fan, you can safely skip this one, it's a bad one.
Fordg
Fordg
I love the first haunted house movie and truly was excited when the second one was coming out. However this movie was a major disappointment to me. Most of the funny scenes you can see by just watching the trailer, and a lot of the other "funny" scenes are just disgusting. If you want to sit through 2 hours of Malcom sweating and spitting everywhere then be my guest. The only reason I gave this movie as much as a two is for the very beginning of the movie which was pretty funny. Also I would like to point out the the main character is way overdoing his acting, which adds to the unpleasantness of this movie. I really had hoped for a better movie.
Brannylv
Brannylv
My friend and I LOVED this movie. If you loved Scary Movie 1 & 2, A Haunted House, and any other movie with the Marlon you will laugh so hard your cheeks and side will hurt.If you do not have a dirty and or open mind. I would suggest you watch something else. This is a comedy not a scary movies. If like to laugh and love scary movies this is the for you. I guess since I seen all of the movies he made fun of I found this extremely funny. I hope he come out with A Haunted House 3. I see it at the movies but I buy the DVD soon. This movie has a lot of cursing, racial jokes, nasty play on words, fake animal cruelty, a play on stereotypes, and taboo activity.
Whilingudw
Whilingudw
This movie is straight up hilarious, but the story is bad.
Gholbirius
Gholbirius
Which isn't saying much of course, but still. Especially if you consider the movies it parodies. Conjuring and Sinister were both great, Annabelle not so much. Of course the doll involved here (which is abused as much as possible, a thing you might find funny or not) has another name (close to Annabelle), not that you wouldn't know which doll it is supposed to be, from the likeness alone.

Mr. Wayans does hold back on anything, which will either delight you or appall you. Hopefully you'll find a thing or two to chuckle. One scene that did it a bit for me, was the one with the pump. It was almost (!) Monthy Python style. But it's one moment of very crazy silliness. On the other hand you get meta(?) jokes, such as "Scary movies are not any good without the Wayans" (I'm paraphrasing here). Not sure if you agree with the statement or think it's funny, but this is what you get ... and who knows, if the DVD/Blu Ray is successful, you might get another one of those ...
Dominator
Dominator
Haunted House 2 is raunchier, louder, sweatier and more racially charged. But is it funnier? Sadly, the answer is no.

In a follow up to Marlon Wayan's very funny Haunted House, Malcolm (Marlon Wayans) is dealing with demons again. This time he's traded in his old girlfriend Keisha for Megan (Jaime Presley) who is White. Why is that important? Because of the terrible racial jokes that it set up and just the overall awkwardness as Malcolm prolifically used the N word. Couple that with more of his over-the-top antics and you have a huge flop.

Many of the scenes were dragged on too long. Either the scenes were monologues that had passed the point of funny/humorous and entered into tired and monotonous; or the scenes were physical humor that followed the same pattern. It was as if he had 30 minutes of material that he needed to make into 90. That never works.

I know that both this movie and the predecessor are rated R, but he really milked that R rating for all it's worth. His extended, vomit inducing sex scene with the doll was enough to make the movie rated R+ (if there is such a thing).

This movie was very disappointing. Even Cedric the Entertainer, whom I like, delivered a sub-par performance. Why does Marlon think that sweating, drooling and yelling make for a funnier movie? Put in some effort and write something worth filming.