(2014) (Marlon Wayans, Jamie Pressly) (R)
- The following is an unedited version of our final review that may contain spelling, grammatical, and/or factual errors. This film was not screened in advance for reviewers.
- QUICK TAKE:
- Comedy: A man must contend with paranormal events when he moves into a woman's house with her kids in this parody of recent horror films.
- A year after his possessed girlfriend, Kisha (ESSENCE ATKINS), was left for dead in a car accident he suffered along with his brother, Ray-Ray (AFFION CROCKETT), Malcolm Johnson (MARLON WAYANS) has gotten on with his life. He's moved into a nice neighborhood with his girlfriend, Megan (JAIME PRESSLY), and her two kids, moody teenager Becky (ASHLEY RICKARDS) and her younger brother Wyatt (STEELE STEBBINS). It's not long, however, before things start going bump in the night, and day.
After having sex with a creepy female doll, Malcolm can't seem to get rid of the apparently possessed object; Becky becomes obsessed with a small wooden box, and Wyatt seems to have a ghost friend named Tony, all while Megan is oblivious to all of that. Desperate, Malcolm turns to a number of people for help, starting with his neighbor Miguel (GABRIEL IGLESIAS).
When that doesn't work, he seeks out fallen priest Father Williams (CEDRIC THE ENTERTAINER), professor Wilde (RICK OVERTON), and eventually the married psychic investigator team of Ned (HAYES MACARTHUR)and Noreen (MISSI PYLE), all while dealing with continued paranormal activity and the development of Becky ending up possessed.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- If they enjoyed the first film in this series or really bad parody films, they might show some interest.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: R
- For crude and sexual content, nudity, pervasive language, drug use and some violent images.
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