Terrifier 2

After being resurrected by a sinister entity, Art the Clown returns to Miles County where he must hunt down and destroy a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween night. As the body count rises, the siblings fight to stay alive while uncovering the true nature of Art's evil intent.

  • Released:
  • Runtime: 138 minutes
  • Genre: Horror
  • Stars: David Howard Thornton, Lauren LaVera, Samantha Scaffidi, Casey Hartnett, Griffin Santopietro, Felissa Rose, Sarah Grace Sanders, Elliott Fullam, Tamara Glynn, Devon Roth, Charlie McElveen, Darsh Gandhi, Jenna Kanell, Catherine Corcoran, Katie Maguire, Jackie Adragna, Sarah Voigt, Amelie McLain, Michael Leavy, Rick Styczynski
  • Director: Damien Leone
  • adhil-67126 - 24 June 2024
    Gory af. If u don't care about story but only need gore , just go on.
    Violence and gore at it's best.. Definitely inspired from some 80's horror movie..i can see that.. The gore scenes are a bit over the top at times but it's well made and so good.. Shows every detail unlike those movies that show actor stabing or hurting someone and shows only blood splattering on villains face..This is pure violence.. No cgi , only practical effects , that makes it 100x better.. gore lovers should definitely watch it.. 10x better than terrifier 1... Don't expect much from story.. Good enough story which could've been way better.. it's not like those usual slashers.. u won't feel like u wasted your time.. fun movie to watch with friends.. the clown is so creepy.. Love from kerala ,india.
  • js-41587 - 23 April 2024
    Good horror series gone bad
    2: All Grindhouse, No Thrills

    Terrifier 2 ups the ante on gore from the first film, but forgets everything else that makes a horror movie scary or entertaining.

    Where the Slashing Shines

    The special effects team deserves a standing ovation. The practical effects are incredibly brutal and realistic, if that's your thing. From severed limbs to creative kills, Terrifier 2 pulls no punches in the gore department.

    Where the Thrills Disappear

    Unfortunately, the impressive gore can't save the rest of the film. The plot is paper-thin, existing mainly as a flimsy excuse to string together a series of bloody set pieces. The characters are forgettable, and the dialogue is awkward at best.

    Skip the Story, Embrace the Splatter

    If you're looking for a popcorn flick with a coherent plot and relatable characters, this ain't it. But if you're a die-hard gorehound curious about the latest exploits of Art the Clown, then Terrifier 2 might be worth checking out - just be prepared for a slow burn with some truly brutal payoffs.