After exorcising the demons of his ex-, Malcolm starts afresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. After moving into their dream home, Malcolm is once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events.
- Malcolm: Marlon Wayans
- Megan: Jaime Pressly
- Kisha: Essence Atkins
- Miguel: Gabriel Iglesias
- Noreen: Missi Pyle
- Becky: Ashley Rickards
- Ray- Ray: Affion Crockett
- Wyatt: Steele Stebbins
- Professor Wilde: Rick Overton
- Agouhl: Dave Sheridan
- Father Doug: Cedric the Entertainer
- Hot Coed: Sophie Dee
- Pool Daughter (uncredited): Audrey Petenbrink
- Kill Family Dad (uncredited): Scott Burn
- Pool Dad (uncredited): Chris Gann
- Pool Mom (uncredited): Melissa Barker
- Hot Coed: Mari Possa
- Ned: Hayes MacArthur
- Casting: Mary Vernieu
- Writer: Marlon Wayans
- Casting: Venus Kanani
- Writer: Rick Alvarez
- Editor: Tim Mirkovich
- Set Decoration: Marina Starec
- Production Design: Ermanno Di Febo-Orsini
- Costume Design: Ariyela Wald-Cohain
- Visual Effects Supervisor: Christian Cardona
- Original Music Composer: Jesse Voccia
- Director: Michael Tiddes
- Casting: Michelle Wade Byrd
- Director of Photography: David Ortkiese
- Music Supervisor: Claudia Moross
- Kamurai: Really good watch, could watch again, and can recommend.
I’ll easily watch anything with Jaime Lee Pressly in it, but Marlon Wayans is kind of the big treat in this. One of the reasons I liked the first movie is that they got back to the spirit of the original “Scary Movie” franchise before they took it from the Wayans.
There are a few jokes that just run too long, but over all the jokes are pretty funny and consistent, even doing call backs.
The movie rolls together several different paranormal tropes very well, and given some very short re-writes could have been a rather complex legitimate horror movie.