Warning! This article contains spoilers for Scare 2!Art the Clown returned in bloodier than ever terrier 2, with a pretty disturbing scene after the credits suggesting a further sequel. Directed by Damien Leone (who helmed every installment of the wider Art the Clown franchise), terrier 2 follows the gruesome clown’s further murderous exploits, one year after the events of the first Terrier. This time, Art (David Howard Thornton) turns his attention to sibling duo Jonathan and Sienna Shaw (Elliott Fullam and Lauren LaVera), who seemingly have a connection to the killer clown. With reports of customers passing out during terrier 2 by pushing the splatter gore-fest into the mainstream, there’s sure to be a lot of interest for the next sequel, which will be teased during the latest movie’s conclusion.
After the apparent death of Art, beheaded by the resurrected Sienna at the end of terrier 2, the little pale girl who has served as Art’s eerie sidekick – and seems to embody the demonic evil presence responsible for Art’s immortality – comes to retrieve his decapitated head. The little pale girl sometimes appears with glowing yellow eyes, a terrifying feature that is then seemingly handed over to one of Art’s past victims in the series after the credits. Returning from the previous film in the Art the Clown franchise, Victoria Hayes (Samantha Scaffidi) is locked in a psychiatric hospital room where she mutilates herself and writes obscenities on the wall in her own blood. Her belly begins to swell as if she were pregnant, and eventually she gives birth to the now-living head of Art the Clown. Victoria’s eyes begin to glow yellow before the words “Art + Vickyon the wall surrounded by a bloody heart.
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The revelation of Victoria’s glowing eyes suggests that either Art the Clown can retain control of its victims – The Little Pale Girl was Art’s first – or alternatively, the demonic presence within The Little Pale Girl has been transferred to Victoria to prevent Art’s return. to ensure . The only question remaining is how much of Art’s repeated resurrections is controlled by Art himself, or an outside force. With the news of terrier 3though hopefully viewers can expect a deeper exploration of the mythology behind the character in the next sequel.
When Victoria horribly gives birth to Art’s head, she appears to be gutting herself in the process. The post-credits scene, like Art, can be interpreted on a meta level. The characters must suffer and die in order for Art – and the movies – to be reborn and continue to enjoy future episodes. The concept of evil that never dies but is only reborn is common in the horror genre, but portrayed so blatantly makes audiences feel nervous as they leave the cinema. It goes deeper into All Saints Evewhen Art the Clown’s exploits are watched by characters on a VHS tape and then, despite turning off the television, Art remains present and threatens to destroy the barrier between the viewer and the film. terrier 2 continues this idea with the rebirth scene after the credits, which also serves to explain the character’s survival.
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terrier 2 did everything it could to make sure the public knew that art isn’t dead. In one of the many ravishing subversions of his genre, Art’s return is repeatedly depicted at the end of the current episode, rather than the beginning of the next. Many slasher movie sequels have to justify the villain’s return after being seemingly thwarted during the previous film (as seen in the best Friday the 13th continuation). However, art transcends the limitations of these standard cinematic codes and immediately declares its return, promoting the idea that art never really leaves the public.
Unlike Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger, Art is not put away until the following Halloween is unleashed by a cohort of unsuspecting teenagers; he’s already out and just waiting for the filmmakers to catch up. terrier 2 offered several further avenues of exploration, mainly unraveling the mystery surrounding Sienna and Jonathan’s father, his connection to art, and the full backstory of The Little Pale Girl. The fact that there are still characters offers more potential than in previous installments, suggesting that these characters will remain as protagonists in the franchise. The terrier 2 post-credits scene brings these themes together and asks further questions about the demonic kinship of Art.
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