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Fundraising Effort For Sequel To 2006 Campy Horror Movie “Holla”

Fundraising Effort For Sequel To 2006 Campy Horror Movie "Holla"

If you saw and liked the first film, which Lionsgate released in 2007, then you’ll be glad to know that the team behind it are prepping to make a sequel. Read on…

By popular demand, our campy concoction of scares and laughs returns for a second serving. HOLLA BACK begins with the survivors of HOLLA being hunted, then flashes forward six years to New Orleans, where we find Monica (Shelli Boone), who left hollywood for the underground blues/rock scene of the Big Easy. She’s now the lead singer in a band with Caprice (Kali Hawk), who mysteriously survives her chainsaw attack in HOLLA. Monica and her new friends soon head off to a wedding at an old plantation house rumored to be haunted by murdered slaves. And once again, Monica finds herself fighting for her life as she and her guests are hunted and killed one by one in gruesome and violent ways. Who is the killer this time? Is her psycho sister Veronica back? Is it the ghost of a restless slave? Maybe it’s the jealous best friend Caprice? Or something even more sinister? Brace yourself for another night of screams, suspense, and laughs. HOLLA BACK IN 2012!

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I agree. If we don’t support these movies, lets face it, we’ll just keep complaining about the lack of content and see the same type of films over and over. I really liked Holla. Saw it on BET a couple of times. You could tell it was low budget, but it worked. If they can increase the production value on the sequel I think it will do really well. COUNT ME IN GUYS! And good luck!


I really liked the original movie. It was funny and scary. I plan on donating to the cause too because if we don’t support black indie filmmakers, who will?


Sounds like jim didn’t fully read the synopsis of the NEW flick:

“rumored to be haunted by murdered slaves…Is it the ghost of a restless slave?”

Sounds like a laugh riot–I’ll still pass but you have fun.


BluTupaz must not have seen HOLLA because there were no dead slaves in that flick. This sequel seems to be totally different than the original. HOLLA was cool. It was funny and scared me a few times too, but it could have been better. I wish this husband and wife team all the best with HOLLA BACK. I’ll try to donate something. It’s good to see black filmmakers mixing up the genres a bit. Enough with the romantic comedies already : )


What are those zany murdered slaves up to this time… I’ll pass

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