Having exorcised the demons of his ex, Malcolm is starting fresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. After moving into their dream home, however, Malcolm is once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events.
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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.Written by
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 Family Guy (1998). The case was thrown out after the judge pointed out Daniel does in fact look like Cleveland Brown. See more »
(at around 51 mins) When Malcolm is trying to tell Megan and her kids about the ghosts and demon possessions, Becky is shown recording him with her cell phone. When the camera is in front of Megan you see the cell phone. But when the camera angle changes to looking over her shoulder at Malcolm, the cell phone disappears. See more »
[Farts loudly on the toilet]
[Dives for Cover, then sits up moments later]
Nigga, I thought somebody was shootin'.
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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.
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