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The Rage: Carrie 2 (Katt Shea, 1999, USA)

Following in the wake of  Halloween H2O  (1998) and the push to bring back stars from part horror franchises,  The Rage: Carrie 2  (1999) was not able to bring back Sissy Spacek but instead Amy Irving (Sue Snell). Unfortunately, despite a wide theatrical release in March of 1999,  The Rage: Carrie 2  did not resonate with audiences, bombing at the time of release. Time hasn't been particularly kind to the film either - it is a product of its time. For fans of 90s nostalgia, this might be a plus. The Rage: Carrie 2  centers around Rachel Lang, a girl who was taken away from her mother at age 6 (her mother's recognition of her telekinetic powers was perceived as schizophrenia). Now in high school, Rachel's powers will be prompted by the suicide of a close friend Lisa Parker (Mena Suvari). Lisa commits suicide in mysterious circumstances involving a group of jocks who has the scheme to sleep with as many girls at the school as possible. This aspect of the film was based on a

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