Remember when a spoof movie actually had jokes about the films they were goofing on? That’s why Scary Movie was so incredible.
Marlon Wayans’ absolutely unwatchable A Haunted House completely missed this, and went straight for pop culture jokes and racial humor (the lowest form of comedy, even below prop comedy). I was hoping for more out of Wayans and Open Road with A Haunted House 2, yet they appear to have learned nothing. It hard to blame them when they’re going to make mega-millions at the box office. Sigh.
Watch a “spoof” of The Conjuring in which Wayans, Cedric the Entertainer and Jaime Pressly make literally no jokes about the James Wan-directed film and literally go straight for the racial humor. I’m out. Enjoy.
Marlon Wayans, Jaime Pressly, Gabriel Iglesias, Ashley Rickards, Steele Stebbins, Essence Atkins, Affion Crocket, Dave Sheridan, Hayes MacArthur, Missi Pyle and Cedric The Entertainer all star.
In theaters April 18, “Crossing new lines and breaking old barriers, A Haunted House 2 is the sequel to the hilarious box-office hit starring Marlon Wayans as Malcolm who, after exorcising the demons of his ex, is starting fresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. After moving into their dream home, Malcolm is once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events. With spine-tingling tension and hilarious punch-lines A Haunted House 2 is inspired by the latest supernatural horror movie franchises and shows that this time… it’s not just the house that’s haunted!
A Haunted House 2 spoofs supernatural horror movie hits such as Paranormal Activity 4, Sinister, The Possession, Insidious, The Conjuring, and more. This time… it’s not just the house that’s haunted!”
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