The Terrifying 2 | 50 B-Movies – The Sequel – Bigger – Better – Badder

The Terrifying 2 |  50 B-Movies – The Sequel – Bigger – Better – Badder

This week on the B-movie record is The Terrifying 2 (2022)

Hello good people. And welcome to 50 B Movies: The Sequel. It’s bigger, better and meaner. The original 50 b movies covered a wide range of B movies. There was everything from Acknowledgments 3 For The void. Some movies were funny. Some were unintentionally funny. And some were mainstream with distant concepts like zombie tigers. All in all, it was a hell of a list.

Why make a sequel? Because narrowing down a list of 50 must-see B-movies before you die was tough. With so many movies to watch, you can never really know if the movie is good. Sure, sometimes 5 minutes later you know it’s a real stink. Other times it may take half an hour before they realize they will never get that half hour back in their life. Poof. Gone. But overall, there are plenty of great B movies that weren’t on the original list.

So welcome if you are an LRM reader and welcome if this is your first time here. Be warned, we’re going deep into the bush to shoot these B-movies. We’re not going to rehash anyone’s previous list of 50, 100, or 1000 B-movies. No. So get ready for 50 B-Movies You Must See Before You Die: The Sequel. Bigger. Better. Nastier. Yeah yeah.

WEEK 20 – The Terrifying 2 (2022)

A terrible joke

Why does Art The Clown put mashed potatoes in someone’s mouth? Because he wanted to make a head of mashed potatoes out of it!

The Terrifying 2 slaps you in the gut with its twisted brand of horror, a wicked joke played on your sanity. This is not a circus of laughs, my friends, but a twisted descent into the darkest recesses of the human psyche. Prepare for sadistic humor that will leave you questioning your own sense of reality as the film takes you on a bloody ride through a chilling nightmare.


Buckle up, friends, because in The Terrifying 2, Art the Clown is back, and he’s on a spine-chilling rampage. Imagine a desolate town, a group of unsuspecting teenagers, and a psychotic clown determined to wreak havoc. As night falls, these poor souls find themselves caught up in Art’s sadistic games, fighting tooth and nail for their survival. It’s a battle where nightmares become real and the line between life and death blurs in a haze fueled by nightmares.

In a word

The Terrifying 2 is a maddening dive into the depths of pure horror. This B-movie rips your nerves like a rabid dog, delivering a deranged killer clown who revels in the taste of terror. With a stripped-down plot as relentless as Art’s sadistic smile, the film captures the essence of a classic slasher film, pushing the limits of what you can handle. Buckle up, my friends, because it’s a wild and bloody ride you won’t soon forget.


Blood and guts rain down in a torrential symphony of brutality in The Terrifying 2. This is no place for the faint of heart, my friends. We’re talking about a twisted carnival of violence, where limbs are torn apart and screams echo through the night. Get ready to witness some of the most graphic and thrilling scenes ever made on celluloid. If you have the stomach for it, dive headfirst into this grotesque feast for the senses. But don’t say I didn’t warn you.


After immersing yourself in the nightmarish world of The Terrifying 2, you are caught in a maelstrom of emotions. On the one hand, there is an unhealthy satisfaction, a primal thrill running through your veins. This film is a dark dance with your most twisted desires, a punch in the stomach that leaves you breathless. But on the other hand, the relentless violence and sadism can leave a sour taste, forcing you to question the very nature of your own fascination with horror. It’s a mind-bending journey that’s destined to spark debate among those brave enough to venture into its deranged depths.

Directed by

Damien Leone, the mad genius behind The Terrifying 2, unleashes his dark vision with unbridled ferocity. This is no ordinary horror movie, my friends, but a fever dream realized by Leone’s twisted imagination. It weaves a tapestry of dread and unease, each frame dripping with malevolence. Masterfully, he breathes life into Art the Clown, conjuring up a specter of pure terror. Leone’s direction is a ballet macabre, a wicked dance that will haunt your nightmares long after the credits roll.


The cast of The Terrifying 2 delivers performances that resonate with the film’s twisted energy. David Howard Thornton returns as the sadistic Art the Clown, a fascinating embodiment of pure evil. And he has more victims!

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