Carrie 2 Kills With Outdated Technology
The Rage: Carrie 2 was a wholly unnecessary follow-up to the Brian de Palma masterpiece Carrie. It picks up 20 years after the gruesome prom night, which taught no one any lessons at all about maybe not bullying psychokinetic girls. We're introduced to Carrie's goth half-sister, Rachel, a student at the local high school, where jocks compete for sex like their football careers depend on it. Rachel's best friend, Lisa, gets entangled in their little game, which drives her to jump off the school's roof and into better teen movies. Fearing the end of their football careers, a cover-up ensues, which includes silencing Rachel. In the process, Rachel and the one good jock end up falling in love and having sex, both unaware that the act is secretly filmed to be broadcast at the prom after-party.
In a fit of rage (ohhhh, we get it now), Rachel whips out her stigmata of Jesus thorns and starts doing some Carrie stuff. She shatters the glass doors, which somehow decapitate at least one guy, before comically driving a fireplace poker into the heads of two people on opposite sides of a door. At some point in her killing spree, she even sends a bunch of obviously CG CDs flying through the air to slice up some folks.