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The Invoking 2 (2015)

The Invoking 2 (2015)

Asher KennedyIara MandynWill UrbinaWill McMichael
Jamie Root,Jamie DeWolf,4 more credits


The Invoking 2 (2015) is a English movie. Jamie Root,Jamie DeWolf,4 more credits has directed this movie. Asher Kennedy,Iara Mandyn,Will Urbina,Will McMichael are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. The Invoking 2 (2015) is considered one of the best Horror movie in India and around the world.

"Although hundreds of disturbing paranormal events occur every year, most of these chilling encounters go unreported - until now. Bear witness as hapless victims experience the unspeakable terror of confronting demonic forces, murderous poltergeists and other evil entities that are dead set on claiming their souls. Descend into an abyss of waking nightmares as these bloodthirsty, malevolent spirits seek to possess their prey and drag them-kicking and screaming-down to hell."


The Invoking 2 (2015) Reviews

  • The Invoking 2: Where are they going with this franchise?


    So I wasn't impressed with The Invoking (2013) but didn't think it was as bad as the awful IMDB rating suggested. It was just a standard generic low budget horror film. I was amazed to discover that it's become quite the franchise, in fact it's still going. Heading into part 2 I expected the worst and pretty much got it. Oddly The Invoking immediatly shifts gear and instead of being a standard film is an anthology movie with several short stories. Why a franchise would change so dramatically I can't figure out but it certainly hasn't done it any favours. The story lengths vary, ranging heavily. In fact the last one is probably around the 60 second mark! None are very entertaining, they aren't connected and leave you confused as to quite what the point was. The cover just like the previous movie is dishonest, you will not find the yellow eyed entity here nor the house shown! I like anthology movies, some have really surprised me in quality but The Invoking 2 is yet another failure. I hope the franchise turns itself around as thus far not only are the movies bad but they have no identity at all. The Good: Better than you'd imagine soundtrack The Bad: Weirdly built Simply not very entertaining Not becoming of a franchise Things I Learnt From This Movie: The fact that we get films like this but have no Trick r Treat 2 breaks my heart

  • Honestly quite pointless.


    The first film was quite bad, in all honesty. Now that we have the sequel, of which I was curious about, wondering how they could possibly continue the first film. "The Invoking 2" Took many wrong turns, turning into a very low, very weak, and even very pointless film. First off, there's multiple stories. RLJ took yet another anthology turn, making it even more pointless, and now worn out than ever before. The films has around six stories, all of which were low. Each story revolves around a string events, those being paranormal activity in each one. All the stories seemed to each have constant clichés, clichés of which we've all seen billions, of trillions of times before. From the simple characters on each story, all the way to the stories themselves, they all managed to give every horror / paranormal sub-genre cliché in the book, annoying, boring, and even angering the audience. On topic with story, the unbelievably pointless factor that threw this entire film straight off track. This is supposedly the sequel to the first "Invoking" film - Don't be fooled. This film literally had nothing to do with the first film, once again, this was made up, and made into an anthology, making the title a complete set-off, as well as making it even more pointless than it already was to begin with. The film didn't have much charm, or entertaining factors at all. This entire film just seemed to be a long, dragging, and even confusing ride into complete, and utter pointlessness, succeeding in absolutely nothing. There was no tension, no resolved story, no story to even START with; once again just a bunch of clichéd, recycled stories plastered together, and called a false sequel. Aside from that, this film, either way still wasn't great, called a false sequel, or not. It just didn't cut it, not even a small fraction. In conclusion, my curiosity got the better of me. This film had literally nothing but pointlessness going for it. No tension, legit scares, good, refreshing story. Nothing. All the stories seemed clichéd, and just added to the fact that this film was flat out boring, seemingly trying to be thrilling, but in face failed, leading to disappointment. Not to mention, as said before, these shorts seeming to just be pasted together, making no sense, and leading to confusion that tended to be annoying. Overall, this film wasn't good. I honestly wouldn't recommend this. Find another good film that'll manage to make actual sense!

  • equally boring


    The Invoking 2 doesn't have anything to do with the equally boring The Invoking (2013). That was about a house with some dark family secrets. This one takes the anthology format, does nothing at all with it and adds some dull "paranormal events" and only in about an hour's time. It is the type of rubbish you'd find in a college film class without any art leanings. The acting is non-existent and so is the story-line. Cheap special effects don't help much either. "U-Turn" - A man picks up a silent hitchhiker and finds another accident on the road. "Insane" - A filmmaker with his guide in an abandoned asylum are haunted. "Alone" - A druggie woman at home is bothered by the image of her double. "Do Not Disturb" - A serial killer in a hotel room gets weird cards from a ghost. "Natal" - A crazy woman at a cabin is driven nuts by the sound of scratching. "Melissa" - A girl dials 911 to tell them about a masked man near her home. You'd probably have more fun watching the old 1970's horror anthologies like The House That Dripped Blood (1971), Tales from the Crypt (1972), Asylum (1972), From Beyond the Grave (1974), The Vault of Horror (1973), and Trilogy of Terror (1975).

  • Total waste of my time


    I wholeheartedly agree with everything the reviewer SomeoneSomewhere said about this film. There is no point to this movie. None whatsoever. Let me start off by saying the first Invoking film was complete crap. It didn't have a wide distribution and the few people that saw it hated it. In fact, people on the IMDb page for the Invoking hated the movie so badly that the last time I was on that page they were gleefully and desperately trying to make the movie have the lowest rating on IMDb. That says a lot because there is total crap out there. As far as the Invoking 1 and it's sequel, Invoking 2, are concerned, both movies have much in common: terrible acting; annoying and underdeveloped characters; lame villains; utterly lacking in anything scary; the house on the movie cover for the Invoking 1 is nowhere in the movie, and the same goes for Invoking 2, which also features a house on the cover, which is nowhere in the movie; both movies have titles trying to cash in on more popular horror flicks: Invoking one was originally called Sader Ridge but changed to the Invoking to cash in on the Conjuring's title, and Invoking 2's subtitle, "Paranormal Events" was obviously created to cash in on Paranormal Activity's title; and, last but not least, both movies are completely and utterly pointless. I remember a Simpson's episode where Homer is put on a lie detector. The law enforcement agent asks him, "Homer, do you understand the questions I'm about to ask you?" Homer says, "Yes," and the lie detector explodes! That same type of thing would happen to me. If you attached a lie detector to me and asked, "I'll give you $1 million if you can tell me what the point of the Invoking 1 and 2 were about. Can you honestly tell me what the Invoking 1 and 2 were about?" I'd say, "Yes, I can tell you what they were about." and the lie detector would explode! Seriously. There is no point to either the beginning Invoking movie nor the sequel. Neither of the movies brought anything new, interesting, or innovative to the horror film genre at all. Not once. Furthermore, in terms of story, they have nothing in common. You don't need to see the Invoking 1 in order to understand the Invoking 2. The stories aren't related at all. There aren't any actors in the sequel that were in the first movie; the sequel makes no mention of the story in the first movie; the stories were even set in a completely different location than the first movie; and I you wouldn't know the movies were supposed to be part of a series without the title. Regarding this sequel, Invoking 2, it's an anthology with 6 unrelated stories. None of the stories are even 20 minutes long. In fact, 2 of them are less than five minutes long. Plus, none of the stories is fleshed out, nor do they feel like they were finished. There were a lot of inconclusive and ambiguous elements in the story that made the stories unsatisfying. I kept saying things like, "Okay, what happened to that guy? How come this woman doesn't have a back story?" The stories ended abruptly and I was left scratching my head and wondering what is the point of telling a story that has no conclusion. What's worse is that many of the stories were pretty predictable. I kept saying things like, "How much do you wanna bet that dude is gonna…? How much do you wanna bet that chick is gonna…?" and it always happened. It is no fun watching a horror movie that features underdeveloped and unlikable characters, zero scares, clichés, inconclusive story elements, and predictability at almost every turn. Don't bother watching this. Even Scooby-Doo is scarier. There were a few shots of mutilated bodies. But all the kills in every one of the short films was off-screen. Plus, it sucks how this movie had attractive women I thought would get naked (some of them even disrobing) but the movie went the non-nude route with a lot of teasing but no payoff. All in all, this anthology is 73 minutes long with boring shorts that have no relation to each other whatsoever. If you ever decide to watch this garbage, I'm 100% positive you'll be saying, "I could make a better movie than this even if I spent the entire shoot smoking weed out of a Drano bottle." IMDb please allow 0 star ratings.

  • What a P.O.Crap


    Seems like someone was paid to write a decent review for this movie, actually, a FANTASTIC review detailing pretty much everything this movie DID NOT HAVE. No need for spoiler alert(although I'm ticking the box because I don't want to get blacklisted and I'm not going to read the guidelines...) because even if I walked you through the entire 6 "plot" lines you still would have no idea what I'm talking about. Naked schizophrenic images of beautiful women? If by "naked" the reviewer was referencing a striped down version of insanity to reveal it's bare bones then eh...maybe...but to insinuate that these women get naked...no. It doesn't happen. No guilty pleasure of seeing a naked woman in a ridiculous, OBVIOUS plea for money, movie. Pick up a copy of Goosebumps from the mid 90's, chances are it'll be scarier than this random assortment of allegedly spooky, nightmare- fuel, spine tingling short stories averaging about 8.6 minutes a piece. Seriously, get a goosebumps book.


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