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Film Review - A Haunted House


The Wayans Family already had their way with horror film parodies, having masterminded (or slapped together) 2000’s “Scary Movie” and 2001’s “Scary Movie 2.” Apparently, the lure of slapstick was too great for star Marlon Wayans, who returns to duty with “A Haunted House,” which pilfers most of its material from the “Paranormal Activity” series and last year’s unexpected exorcism smash, “The Devil Inside.” As to be expected with a Wayans endeavor, the picture is crude, desperate, and permissive with its actors. What’s surprising here is how lazy “A Haunted House” is, doing away with the relative polish of “Scary Movie” to merely stitch together fart jokes and abysmal improvisations, gradually doing away with any type of connective tissue or, in the final act, elementary moviemaking coherence. Read the rest at


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