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From director Tim Sullivan comes the eagerly anticipated second installment of the gore-soaked horror-comedy franchise, 2001 MANIACS: FIELD OF SCREAMS! The Southern residents of Pleasant Valley take their cannibalistic Guts N' Glory Jamboree on the road to Iowa where they encounter spoiled Northern heiresses Rome and Tina Sheraton and the cast and crew of their ''Road Rascals'' reality show. Performing ''The Bloodiest Show on Earth,'' our Southern Maniacs prove to be more than ratings killers in what John Landis has called ''one of the rare sequels that surpasses the original.''

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  • Actors: Bill Moseley, Christopher McDaniel
  • Directors: Tim Sullivan
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: First Look Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: July 20, 2010
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003E1QCZO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,877 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By The Tao of Netflix VINE VOICE on August 1, 2010
Format: DVD
the first 2001 maniacs wasn't so bad. it was an amusing comic-horror flick about rednecks gone wild, but, really, what other kinds of rednecks are there? as typical with sequels, this movie took everything from the first and cranked up the ridiculousness. as a male, i have a deep appreciation for nudity, but incessant nudity for nudity's sake in a movie that only offers nudity is annoying. there are other better options for nudity and beyond if that's your thing, but it should be used with some purpose in a non-porn film. not so here. perhaps its hard to articulate, but there was just something grating about this film. the characters were more annoying than amusing, the jokes more puerile than the predecessor, and a far less interesting story than the first. in the first, there is actually some character and plot development before the red necks go nuts. in this one, its immediate; just a bunch of yanks run into a traveling group of rednecks and the killing starts. this movie was much more about disconnected shots of brutal, seemingly creative, yet painfully pedestrian killings. no story, boring.
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Many of the reviewers either talk about the rocker of a film Field Of Screams purports to be, or the POS it is instead, but no reasons are given. Be specific, people! Let's see if we can dissect this POS (oops, gave that one away, didn't I?) a little bit. What!-a politically correct horror movie? Believe it. Sure there are some superficial racial slurs to add some verisimilitude, but the sheen is not unlike the united nations of rascals that made the Pirates of the Caribbean movies so sickening to watch. If you're going to do a movie about angry, bitter southern cannibals who have no inhibitions about offending anyone, then do it right! I mean, come on, these are supposedly Civil War era southerners and the N-word isn't used once? To top it off, it isn't even a particularly violent movie! The gore is before and after implied. You don't actually see anyone get buzz-sawed, or anyone's face get ripped off. Whoa, one of the victims is pitchforked. To use the southern parlance this film crew should be familiar with, it's the coward's way out. There were some potential spots for interesting gags, like the idea of two completely moronic blondes outwitting a whole community of bloodthirsty cannibals by mistake. Too bad the well-thought out ending ruins that. The lead actors, however, are actually almost good. Bill Mosley adequately fills Englund's shoes from the first film (the remake, that is). Why hasn't anyone commented about how his eye patch changed eyes?? Lin Shaye is also good, though a bit over the top in this one. Her best moment was in that bizarre video clip. Everything in this is over the top. The remake proved itself to be an interesting balance between yucks and an underlying menace, not to mention an interesting dig at southern manners.Read more ›
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When will I learn? I was gullible enough to order this when all the 5 star reviews appeared. I feel pretty stupid now, it's perfectly obvious that the good reviews are planted by folks involved with the film. What do these people do in their spare time? Go round old ladies' houses and con them out of their savings? They conned me out of my $11 for sure.

This film absolutely reeks. It stinks to high heaven. Even as a fan of bad movies, this had no redeeming qualities.

I feel robbed.
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2001 MANIACS: FIELD OF SCREAMS (2010) - This film was shot in 12 days for $400,000, but it has the look and feel as if it was filmed in one night on a drunken dare for $1.99. This sequel to director Tim Sullivan's 2001 MANIACS (2004), which was also directed and co-written by Sullivan, doesn't have one redeeming quality or an ounce of originality. Even Robert Englund refused to return as deadly Mayor George W. Buckman; this time replaced by Bill Moseley, who is beginning to appear on a lot of bad films lately. The story is simple: When the Southern sheriff of Pleasant Valley refuses to cooperate with Buckman and his Confederate Civil War era cannibalistic group (Which includes an Asian woman and a black man. What the?), taking down the detour sign (spelled "Detore", which I guess is supposed to be funny because Southerners can't spell) to lure Northerners to their deaths, Buckman has the sheriff killed (the old nails in the rolling barrel gag, which was missing from the first remake) and decides if the North won't come to Pleasant Valley, they will come to the North. They all hop on a bus and end up in Iowa (Is that even the North?) where a reality show called "Road Rascals", about two spoiled and dumb Paris Hilton/Nicole Ritchie-wannabe sisters, is traveling in an RV, when it hits the "Detore" sign, giving them two flat tires. Only having one spare tire and no cell phone service (No cell phone service in Iowa? C'mon now!), this aggravating group, which includes the two snotty rich girls (one of them walks around holding the taxidermied remains of her small dog), their boyfriends (one of them is a closeted gay man), a lesbian European producer, a Jewish director, an Hispanic driver and his black girlfriend (How's that for diversity?Read more ›
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