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REVIEW: Terrifier 2

Terrifier 2

Following the incredible success of Damien Leone’s ‘Terrifier’, which vaulted the horror film into cult classic territory, fans had to wait a few years to get the sequel, and now ‘Terrifier 2’ is out in theaters.

David Howard Thornton makes his return as Art the Clown, and is joined by Samantha Scaffidi, Lauren LaVera, Griffin Santopietro, Elliot Fullam, Felissa Rose, and Chris Jericho for the highly anticipated sequel.

The film wastes little time getting into the over-the-top gore that defined the first film and made it so popular. Art the Clown is back, picking up from the ending of the original, and immediately deliver a gruesome kill within the first 2 minutes of the film to get fans hyped for what Terrifier 2 has in store.

Clocking in over 2 hours and teetering at 2 and a half hours of runtime, Terrifier 2 puts Art the Clown, who is resurrected by a sinister entity, back to his murderous ways which culminate on Halloween night.

The film steps the game up with a much longer, smarter, and in-depth offering, with a focus on more character building which will provide fans a far better experience than the original.

If you have the stomach for it, Terrifier 2 delivers the gore, the blood, the over-the-top creative kills, and some laughs that will easily make it one of the best slasher films of the year.

Damien Leone has built an impressive franchise, and an iconic horror character that deserves a place alongside the likes of Freddy Kreuger, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers, and Leatherface.

It’s time we give Art his due.

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Terrifier 2 is a perfect example of the maturation and evolution of a horror franchise, and it props Art the Clown among the ranks of the legendary iconic horror characters in film.
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