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Scare Package II: Rad Chad's Revenge

Scare Package II: Rad Chad's Revenge

Directed by Aaron B. Koontz, Alexandra Barreto, Anthony Cousins, Jed Shepherd, Rachele Wiggins

In the even more meta sequel to SCARE PACKAGE, the attendees of Rad Chad’s funeral awake in a SAW style escape room. As the anthology segments and bodies pile up, the group must use their horror film knowledge to survive. A SHUDDER ORIGINAL

The horror anthology sequel gets even more meta as funeral attendees must use their genre knowledge to survive.

Cast: Jeremy King, Zoe Graham, Rich Sommer, Kelli Maroney, Shakira Ja’nai Pay, Graham Skipper

Member Reviews

bad movie and i hope they don't get the green light for a 3rd

DarthWiwi
4 weeks ago

This feels lazy compared to the original. Rehashed jokes and having the saw theme is already overly done. The first movie's main theme was fun and original because it was in a video store with funny awkward situations with the employees. The movie could've been done in a funeral home, or supermarket, or some other common place, but as long as the comedic chemistry of the actors was there, it wouldn't have mattered the setting. The setting being a Saw trap room for this film felt like the director relied on the environment more than the chemistry, and the chemistry was scare package's true strength. This laziness bleeds into the other segments of the film, as things feel repetitive and trying too hard to make a joke work, compared to the original where things was loose and fun.

BloodyRecipe
2 months ago

This feels lazy compared to the original. Rehashed jokes and having the saw theme is already overly done. The first movie's main theme was fun and original because it was in a video store with funny awkward situations with the employees. The movie could've been done in a funeral home, or supermarket, or some other common place, but as long as the comedic chemistry of the actors was there, it wouldn't have mattered the setting. The setting being a Saw trap room for this film felt like the director relied on the environment more than the chemistry, and the chemistry was scare package's true strength. This laziness bleeds into the other segments of the film, as things feel repetitive and trying too hard to make a joke work, compared to the original where things was loose and fun.

BloodyRecipe
2 months ago

This feels lazy compared to the original. Rehashed jokes and having the saw theme is already overly done. The first movie's main theme was fun and original because it was in a video store with funny awkward situations with the employees. The movie could've been done in a funeral home, or supermarket, or some other common place, but as long as the comedic chemistry of the actors was there, it wouldn't have mattered the setting. The setting being a Saw trap room for this film felt like the director relied on the environment more than the chemistry, and the chemistry was scare package's true strength. This laziness bleeds into the other segments of the film, as things feel repetitive and trying too hard to make a joke work, compared to the original where things was loose and fun.

BloodyRecipe
2 months ago

This feels lazy compared to the original. Rehashed jokes and having the saw theme is already overly done. The first movie's main theme was fun and original because it was in a video store with funny awkward situations with the employees. The movie could've been done in a funeral home, or supermarket, or some other common place, but as long as the comedic chemistry of the actors was there, it wouldn't have mattered the setting. The setting being a Saw trap room for this film felt like the director relied on the environment more than the chemistry, and the chemistry was scare package's true strength. This laziness bleeds into the other segments of the film, as things feel repetitive and trying too hard to make a joke work, compared to the original where things was loose and fun.

BloodyRecipe
2 months ago