David Michael Latt
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Graphic Language, Graphic Violence
Also Known As:
Scarecrow 2 (USA) (working title)
Scarecrow: Resurrection (USA)
If you don't remember the review for the first SCARECROW movie, then read it. For it's actually worse then this one. Even
though the film quality is better it's not a good movie to watch.
The story is simple, decades ago, the Scarecrow came to life and murdered Caleb's father and he's been guarding it, waiting
for it to do it again so he can get revenge. But when a Frat prank ends up with Caleb thinking the Scarecrow did come back
to life, he shoots it, killing a Frat boy named David, now David is the Scarecrow and he's going after his girlfriend to make
her a scarecrow and pity anyone in his way.
The strange thing is they took away from David the only thing Lester had that I liked in the first movie, the ability
to talk. Plus, since they left it open, what the hell ever happen to Lester anyway, they just forgot the first movie ever
happened. Next, Lester wanted revenge and had a killer instinct, David seemed like a nice guy, being dead doesn't suddenly
make you a killer.
Plus, Creepy Karl got on my nerves with incepted whining all the time. Where it gains points for film quality and star
power, it loses in the fact Tony Todd phoned in his performance, collect and loses more for taking his ability to talk away.
So, for those reasons it's just as bad as the first and can't recommend it. We both give it the TURKEY!