Amityville Scarecrow 2 is a 2022 British supernatural horror film set a year after the events of the first movie, Amityville Scarecrow. The survivors are about to reopen the camp. However, something sinister is lurking… And all is not what it seems. Also known as Grim Creeper
Directed by Adam Cowie (Jack and Jill Return; Dragon Fury 2) from a screenplay written by Craig McLearie (Alien Awakening; Curse of Jack Frost; Dinosaur Hotel 2; Medusa’s Venom; Pterodactyl; Wishmaker; Dragon Fury 2; The Killing Tree).
Produced by prolific filmmaker Scott Chambers as Scott Jeffrey (Spider in the Attic; The Mutation; Bats; Bad Nun: Deadly Vows; Cupid; ClownDoll and many more) and Rebecca Matthews (Reign of Chaos; The Gardener; Witches of Amityville Academy; The Candy Witch; Pet Graveyard and many more). Executive produced by Stuart Alson and Nicole Holland.
The Jagged Edge Productions-Proportion Productions movie stars Chrissie Wunna, Dan Robins, Amanda-Jade Tyler, Stephen Staley, Kate Sandison, Giedre Jackyte, Sofia Lacey, Heaven-Leigh Spence, Genna Loskutnikov, Elspeth Foster and Nicky Bellas.
Reviews [click links to read full reviews]:
“This movie is about trailer parks and the legal dealings of trailer parks and you know, I kind of want my Amityville movies to not be about human affairs but whatever. It’s better than the first one, but that’s like being constipated for a few days and then having non-stop diarrhoea.” B&S About Movies
“What makes this film better than the first one is the decent script. The story isn’t new, but the content is intended to be a nice indie camp slasher that makes the film more worth seeing […] Provision was also made for the male eye and a few nudie elements were incorporated. And what is very important: There are also more appearances from the scarecrow…” Borderline 666 [translated from German]
“A slow, talky masterwork of boredom that does nothing right, from dialog to acting to horror to the lousy killer reveal. Only runs 79 minutes, but it feels as though 79 days pass by the time the lamebrain finale arrives.” 1 out of 4, Splatter Critic
“The lone bright spot is Chrissie Wunna as the bosomy babe who gets a sex scene and a shower scene before being killed off. I wish she hung around a bit longer. Not just because she provides some above-average T&A, but because she’s the only one in the cast with any kind of personality. For the most part, Amityville Scarecrow 2 is slow-moving, talky (there’s a lot of exposition scenes and discussions about “family legacy”), and uneventful.” The Video Vacuum
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