I recently got a new copy of Bloody Murder 2 on DVD and it's the region free one (Canadian release, I believe). I popped it in to see if there were any differences and I noticed that it actually has the real title screen, saying the full title: Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp. The US DVD is simply Bloody Murder 2 and the UK release is Halloween Camp.
That's awesome. I've just finished watching Bloody Murder 2 today, not my first time viewing it, I've lost count now, but it's a great movie. Only here where I live it's called, Halloween Camp, I never did like that title. Bloody Murder 2 Closing Camp is so much better.
Yeah I'm from the UK. I'm glad I found a place to talk about the Bloody Murder movies, I feel that they're really under appreciated in the horror community, when compared to other slasher movies made in the 2000's. I recently introduced these movies to my friend, and he really enjoyed them, and now owns them.
Nice. Yeah, the second film stands as a great slasher movie, despite the rip-off origins of the (dare I say) 'original'. Because of the film, and Nick setting up this site, I met a guy on here called Justin (wayne-travis) with whom I wrote a slasher movie called SPARROW. We're all filmmakers on here. Why don't you introduce yourself a little more?
Awesome, I may have to check out your movie, Sparrow. I like to watch all types of horror movies, short movies, fan movies etc. I haven't really made a full movie , but have made some short test clips with some friends a while ago which you can find on my YouTube channel, I haven't made any new content in a while with working a lot, but me and my friends still talk about making a short horror movie someday. I have written some short horror stories before, written some small scripts, nothing too crazy. I may have to take another shot at writing stories again, it's been a while.
Caught BM2 on Amazon Prime the other day and noticed they use this title screen as well (w/Closing Camp). So basically ONLY the U.S. DVDs and VHS tapes have just "Bloody Murder 2" on the title screens.