Victor Crowley

Synopsis: Ten years after the events of the original movie, Victor Crowley is mistakenly resurrected and proceeds to kill once more.
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Director(s): Adam Green
Production: Ariescope Pictures
Rotten Tomatoes:
83 min

Ii, I, I, I, iamaman

- you know that song "when i

fall to pieces" by patsy cline?

- Yeah.

- Well that's like her

biggest hit, right?

Then she goes and dies

in a plane crash last march.

She actually fell to pieces.

- You're so romantic, del.

The most.

- I'm romantic.

- You're a germ.

For some reason I'm still

on the hook with ya.

You're my germ.

- Hmm, well...

Oh, I was comfy.

- Ah, sorry.

You know, speaking of germs

and being on the hook and um...

Uh, jeepers, I'm flipping.

- What's your story, weirdo?

- I want-- I wanted to,

ah, I was wondering...

Thinking mainly, just, ah...

- Your hands are shaking.

- I practiced this fifty times

and now I'm gooping it all up.

- Gooping what up?

- You know we've been going

steady for about seven months

and two weeks now, I reckon.

- Uh-huh.

- And um, I'm just gone

over you, sue.

- Okay-

- and I wanted to ask.

- Oh.

Oh, oh, oh, oh...

- Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no

what's wrong, what's wrong?

- No del, del, I've been

waitin' for you to ask me.

Just keep goin'.

- Um, ah,

well, I love you, sue.

' Oh, yes!

- Oh, come on.

Now you've rattled my cage.

- No, you're doing great!

- Ah... okay.


Here, ah, here.

Sue, you gotta go

like this... you gotta.

Oh, dammit.

- Did I get it?

- Dammit, sue.

Come on.

- What is it?

- L just didn't expect it

to go down like this.

Just ask me!

- Christ, sue.

Okay, um, ah...

I want you to be mine forever,

I want to buy you

soda pop and candy

for the rest of our lives

until we die

just take the ring, please.

- Will you just say yes, sue!


Yes? Yes?

- Oh yes, I will marry you!

Yes, I will--

- okay, oh--

- I'm going to be

Mrs. howison.

We're going to get married

and everything is gonna be

perfect forever and ever.

- Daaaaddddyyy!

- Did you hear that?

- Shh, shh.

Sue. Sue, listen.

- Daaaaddddyyy!

- Who said that?

- It sounds like

someone's hurt.

We gotta go.

- Isn't this where that--

- listen, sue. Listen.

- Daaaaddddyyy!

- Hello!

Do you need help?!

- Isn't this where that

boy died on Halloween?

- That mongoloid crowley kid?

- That's mean, del.

- Everyone says

he was a monster.

- Sad what happened to him.

- It doesn't matter now.

He's dead.

- Come on, let's go home.

It's gonna rain.

- Someone could need our help.

- Daaaaddddyyy!

- See. Someone's hurt.

Come on. Let's go.

Hear anything?

- Whoever it is,

maybe they're gone.

- Sounds like it's coming

from right over there.

- The hell you doin' out here?

- Where'd you come from?

- That you two

doin' the hollering?

- No. No.

We heard it, too.

Figured someone

was in trouble.

- Let me give you

a word of advice

and listen close 'cause it might

just save your life someday.


[blood squirting,

- sue, get back to the boat.

Run! Run back to the boat

right now, sue!

What? What?

Oh, f***.


Please no!


- Once upon a time

there was a boy

named Victor crowley.

He was born horribly deformed.

Part of a voodoo curse

put on his parents.

Other children were

cruel to Victor

so his daddy kept him

hidden in his house

out in honey island swamp.

One Halloween night

some mean kids threw

firecrackers at his house.

They were just tying

to scare Victor outside

so they could see him

but the house caught fire.

When Victor's daddy got home

he tried to chop down the door

with a hatchet and save him.

He didn't know that Victor

was on the other side

trying to get out.

It was an accident...

But he hit him in the face

with that hatchet

and poor Victor crowley died.

Legend says that

that voodoo curse

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