A Haunted House 2 2014 R CC

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(172) IMDb 4.7/10
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Marlon Wayans returns in this hilarious horror comedy sequel as Malcolm who, after exorcising the demons of his ex, is once again plagued by paranormal events.

Starring:
Marlon Wayans, Jaime Pressly
Runtime:
1 hour, 28 minutes

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A Haunted House 2

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Product Details

Genres Comedy, Horror
Director Michael Tiddes
Starring Marlon Wayans, Jaime Pressly
Supporting actors Essence Atkins, Gabriel Iglesias, Missi Pyle, Ashley Rickards, Affion Crockett, Steele Stebbins, Rick Overton, Hayes MacArthur, Dave Sheridan, Cedric the Entertainer, Kurt Carley, Tom Virtue, Kym Whitley, Gregg Wayans, Mikal Kartvedt, Mark Henry, Iva La'Shawn, Taylor John Smith
Studio NBC Universal
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

This has got to be one of the worst movies I have ever seen.
Roger Zelazny Fan
Omg this movie sucked it is nothing Like the first one..it had pretty dumb jokes..i was just super dissapointed. ...
Amazon Customer
So I will say that I thought the first one was funny for about 20 minutes then started to get old.
Tony Heck

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on April 26, 2014
Format: DVD
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.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Pennie_40 on September 14, 2014
Format: Amazon Instant Video
The sequel. OMG!!! Why in the name of everything that is holy, did they make another one? If the first didn't make you want to perform an exorcism on yourself, then this is the movie that will probably require a bath in a healthy dose of holy water. It's vulgar, nasty, offensive, and just plain stupid. Numerous movies are lampooned here, including "The Conjuring"; "Insidious"; and "The Possession." The movie starts out innocently enough with Marlon Wayans starting his life over after the events of the first film. He's got a new girl with two children of her own, and a new dog. The dog bit was the best part. The rest abounds with foul and offensive language that is a hallmark of every Wayans brother movie ever made, more offensive Mexican jokes, crude references to body parts and sex.

The movie will go down in history as the foulest thing you will ever see. The scene with the doll made me want to pop my eyes out, scrub them in bleach, and replace them with a pair that hadn't had the misfortune of seeing Marlon getting it on with the creepy equivalent of Glenn Close in "Fatal Attraction." After taking part in dolly porn (Marlon violates that poor doll in every way imaginable and films it!) he's surprised to find he's being stalked by the thing. I was rooting for the doll in case you're wondering.

Well, after discovering there's a demon in his house, the movie sets out to remind us of the far better movies that inspired this lame imitation. And that's mostly what happens. Marlon swears a blue streak. White jokes abound. Mexican gardener and low-rider jokes for the sake of making fun of the fat guy across the street mowing his lawn and he MUST be the help, you know, just because he's MEXICAN!!!

I didn't care to see the rest.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By DCHagy on August 13, 2014
Format: Amazon Instant Video
I caught the first "A Haunted House" on PPV. I did not think I would be entertained given the movie was yet another "spoof" of movies. I was wrong. I laughed just about throughout this movie, and I gave it a positive rating. And then, part 2 was released. Borrowing heavily from any of the Paranormal movies, the Conjuring, and Insidious, you would think they could have come up with SOMETHING entertaining.

I don't know how people involved in the film industry can sit around, produce this giant T*URD of a mess--all the while thinking it's funny, and then have the nerve to call it a movie. There was nothing funny in this sequel. A script that resembled Swiss cheese, with really no plausible plot, this was actually excrutiating to watch. Most of what could have been funny was taken to such an extreme that it became nauseating to watch. Yes, I'm talking all the sex scenes with the Doll. Had it stopped halfway through, it might have been palatable. Instead, you are privy to watching Marlan Wayans simulate doing anything and everything to a doll. In fact, MOST of the movie consists of scenes of this type. You've got implied incest, Mexican-Americans and African-Americans stereotyped to the "inth" degree, and children dropping the F-bomb. If you feel your only chance to sell your movie is on such garbage, you need to simply get out of the business.

If Wayans' intention was to make a funny sequel, he failed miserably. If it was his intention to shock and nauseate his audience, he must be thrilled to death.

A WARNING to parents: This movie is NOT recommended for anyone under 18. It really pushes the envelope on poor taste.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By U. Wolfman on October 15, 2014
Format: DVD
Painfully unfunny.
Took every chance at humor and murdered it beyond compare.
I don't understand how this movie got past test groups.

I enjoy gross jokes and don't consider myself a prude- but this was so far into the blue it circled back around twice- yet I don't think I laughed more than two or three times out of the whole 97 minutes.

I would rather watch a third grader's flute recital for three hours than this terrible film ever again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ShowBizBuff on September 1, 2014
Format: DVD
Though containing humor just as R-rated and dumbed-down as the first one, there are three great reasons why A Haunted House 2 is worth seeing. The plot - such as it is - like most sequels parrots the first; Malcom (Marlon Wayans), having dumped his demonically-possessed first girlfriend Kisha, has just moved into a new home with his new girlfriend Megan (Jaime Pressly) and her two kids. But evil spirits aren't done with Malcolm yet, and soon invade his home, particularly in the guise of a very disturbing doll who looks very much like the one in The Conjuring, who Malcolm ... umm ... ends up "getting freaky with," only to regret it (this storyline being reason #1 to watch). The humor is crass, very R-rated, at times eye-rollingly lame and at others hilarious - and, in the cases of an early scene with Malcolm and his fluffy white dog, or later as Malcolm tries to kill a rooster as a sacrifice, pee-your pants funny (reasons #2 and #3). Wayans has yet to learn how to construct a good ending, but in terms of humor this one's actually better than its predecessor.
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