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Plot: 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. Runtime: 86 mins Release Date: 18 Jun 2014
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 <more>
words, fake animal cruelty, a play on stereotypes, and taboo activity.
A haunted house 2 was one of the funniest movies I have had the pleasure of seeing, Marlon Wayans is really bringing us what Hollywood sometimes forget all about, and that's comedy.I really do not see as to why some people are trying to give this funny comedy movie a bad rep, but are praising stupid comedy films such as 21 Jump Street, and 22 Jump Street, come on 22 Jump Street? Movie-goers need to start realizing that if you stop supporting comedy for the art of comedy, and only support it because of a certain star Channing Tatum in this case , then great comedies like a haunted house 2 <more>
will soon fade away, and we will all be left with movies like The Five-Year Engagement.In all honesty, who wants to keep watching remakes of the same old cliché films each and every year, it's literally like living in the twilight zone.It's good to see movies like HH2 going the distance, thinking outside of the box, and not playing always playing it safe, and stepping out of a comfort zone that everyone is so used to.I voted this film 10 out of 10 because 1 it's more than deserving of it, 2 it completed its mission, and that was to make me laugh, and I did. 3 If this movie HH2 can deliver laughs like this not even half of the Hollywood budget, I can only imagine what HH3 will be like if an even bigger budget was involved.There is never a dull moment in this movie, HH2 keeps the momentum going by keeping viewers laughing, and on the edge of their seats, literally at all times.I of course have attended both HH1 and HH2 theater screenings, and I have also purchased HH1 and HH2 on DVD, so that's saying a lot about just how great this sequel, and the first release are.So in closing, I will say this folks, if you are into comedy because you love yourself some comedy, then this is the movie for you, but if you are the type of person that is a fan junkie, and you only watch movies because your favorite stars are in them, then don't be surprised when the film that star is in isn't at all funny, just pick yourself back up and search for a haunted house, and a haunted house 2 on Amazon.com, download or have it shipped to you, and laugh your butt off.
This movie will always be my favorite horror film, mostly because it mocks every single horror film in the book. It's not suppose to be serious, it's just suppose to be light hearted, stupid, and funny all together. It's a good take on a parody of every single horror film like Anabelle the doll , Saw, The exorcist, paranormal activity, Insidious, etc. Some of these horror films are just down right stupid so it's refreshing to see a movie making fun of it. This show leaves off where his ex girlfriend, Kisha, was possessed by a demon and now he has a new girlfriend where he <more>
moves in with his children. There are many stereotypes in this film like the promiscuous daughter, weird son, psychotic doll, etc. This show just created a spoof on every horror film with putting down night 1 like in paranormal activity. There are many times where a doll Anabelle he ends up sleeping with and shows very dumb sex scenes that are actually pretty funny. It's very over dramatic at times. He wants to end up getting rid of the demon etc. this film is just downright stupid that it's funny and really just makes fun of horror films. They use stupid humor or even offensive humor but it always tends to make me laugh all the time. I can watch this 100 X's and still laugh.
Best Marlon Wayans movie yet had me Laughing for Days later Every Time I would think of it (by jtheswit225)
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 <more>
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
If you didn't laugh at this movie, you didn't find it funny (by russell-168)
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 <more>
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!
Principally, "A Haunted House" 2013 qualified as a crude but clever carbon copy parody of the found footage chiller "Paranormal Activity." This time, however, director Michael Tiddes and leading man Marlon Wayans told the tale entirely from an African-American perspective. In "A Haunted House," Malcolm Johnson Wayans and his girlfriend Kisha Essence Atkins moved into a new house. A lustful evil spirit that cannot satisfy its sexual appetite possessed Kisha and turned her into a nymphomaniac in voodoo make-up. Predictably, everything spiraled hopelessly out <more>
of control for this cute African-American couple, and the film delivered an avalanche of laughter along the way. Interestingly, Kisha attributed all the incidents to a supernatural entity. Malcolm dismissed her paranormal paranoia. Instead, he argued that a burglar had been prowling the premises. Predictably, our hero installed surveillance cameras galore to catch the intruder in the act. Meantime, Kisha summoned a gay psychic Nick Swardson of "Grandma's Boy" named Chip to assist them. Mostly, Chip spent the entire 86-minutes of this nimble, fast-paced, farce desperately trying to seduce Malcolm. Incredibly, Open Road Films parlayed this $2.5 million movie into a box office bonanza that coined approximately $40 million at the box office. Consequently, nobody should have been surprised that Tiddes and Wayans would team up for a sequel. "A Haunted House 2" picks up the narrative thread where its predecessor unraveled. Malcolm's possessed girlfriend Kisha reappears at the outset. She rides with Malcolm in the back seat of an automobile with his wacky gun-toting cousin Ray Ray Affion Crockett of "Never Back Down" at the wheels. Ray Ray likes to ghost drive. When you ghost drive, you're driving with your hands off the steering wheel. They are transporting Kisha to the hospital. Ray Ray reminds Malcolm that they have to dump her body out of the vehicle in front of the ER and careen off before anybody can recognize them. Instead, Ray Ray crashes the car, and they abandon Kisha because they thought she was kaput. As it turns out, their optimism proved to be premature. A year elapses. After he has managed to recover from his harrowing ordeal with Kisha, Malcolm moves into another house. This time a gorgeous Caucasian cutie, Megan Jaime Pressly of "Joe Dirt" , moves in with him. Indeed, the filmmakers get a lot of laughs out of interracial dating as a theme. Megan's obnoxious, growing pains, daughter Becky Ashley Rickards and younger son Wyatt newcomer Steele Stebbins , who claims he has an invisible friend called Tony, accompanies her. Becky discovers a mysterious box in the basement. Malcolm and she tangle over the box. Imagine Megan's reaction when she hears Becky scolding Malcolm for sticking his hand in her box? Tiddes and scenarists Marlon Wayans and Rick Alvarez pull out all stops during this rollicking scene to embarrass Malcolm in front of Megan. Synonymous words and their slang meanings generate most of the hilarity throughout the scene. Indeed, pandemonium breaks loose in this hilarious, often ribald sequel that shows little restraint in its borderline obscene shenanigans. Anybody who saw "A Haunted House" will laugh even harder at all the lowest-common-denominator, gross-out, antics that fueled the original as well as the sequel. If you abhor dimwitted horror movies about dolts who don't evacuate the house before the ghouls get them, "A Haunted House 2" will insult your intelligence and offend your moral sensibilities. On the other hand, if fart jokes, bowel humor, juvenile pranks, profanity, sight-gags, and simulated sex keep you in stitches, this comedy will make you laugh so hard that your bladder may burst before you can make it to the restroom.The R-rated, spooky, slapstick that sophomore scenarist Rick Alvarez and Wayans have concocted for "A Haunted House 2" raises the bar considerably above its no-holds barred predecessor. In other words, the second "Haunted House" is far ruder and far cruder than its audacious predecessor, except the evil spirit doesn't sodomize Malcolm. When co-scripter Wayans isn't skewering movies such as "The Conjuring," "The Possession," "Sinister" and "Insidious," he ridicules himself without mercy. If you've seen "A Haunted House," you remember the simulated sex that Malcolm had in his briefs with three plush toys on his bed. In "A Haunted House 2," Malcolm has intercourse from every position with a demonic doll named Abigail that resembles Chucky's sister from the "Chucky" horror franchise. Yes, this is an inanimate doll. No sooner has Malcolm performed every possible sexual position with blue-eyed Abigail than doll stalks him on Facebook, blows up his cell phone, and keys his car. Conspicuously absent from this zany but irreverent sequel is Chip the psychic. The filmmakers have replaced Chip with a Hispanic next door neighbor who Malcolm initially mistakes as a yard care specialist.When he tries to hire Miguel Gabriel Iglesias of "Magic Mike" to cut his yard, Miguel accuses Malcolm of racism. No sooner has Miguel made Malcolm feel like he has committed a politically correct indiscretion than he tells him not to worry. Unquestionably, Iglesias gets more laughs than the quirky Swardson. Some of the best scenes in "A Haunted House 2" appear in the trailer. The scene involving Malcolm's dog Shiloh is sidesplitting, but narrow-minded animal rights activists might not appreciate it. During one moment, after Shiloh has been crushed by a huge vault, Malcolm pulls his pancaked pup out of from under the safe and uses a bicycle air pump to inflate him. Oops! Shiloh flies out of Malcolm's well-meaning hands and zooms around in circles, making raspberry sounds as the air escapes its anus. An even funnier scene involves a blood sacrifice that our hero must make with a pugnacious rooster. Of course, the clearly ersatz rooster is not easily subdued despite Malcolm and Miguel's rigorous efforts. Cedric the Entertainer reappears as the blasphemous Father Doug. Although it is not particularly ground-breaking, "A Haunted House 2" with its consistently uproarious, but low-brow humor should keep you in stitches.
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. <more>
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.