GenreComedy, Horror Running time1h 26m ScreenplayTim Sullivan, Chris Kobin CountryUnited States
WriterTim Sullivan, Chris Kobin Release dateFebruary 27, 2010 (2010-02-27) (Fright Fest) CastBill Moseley (Mayor Buckman), Lin Shaye (Granny Boone), Christa Campbell (Milk Maiden), Nivek Ogre (Harper Alexander), Andrea Leon (Val), Ahmed Best (Crow) Similar movies2001 Maniacs: Beverly Hellbillys and 2001 Maniacs are part of the same movie series
TaglineIf They Kill You, They Will Come!
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2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams is a 2010 comedy-horror film written and directed by Tim Sullivan and is a sequel to his earlier film 2001 Maniacs. The story and characters are based on Herschell Gordon Lewis' original film Two Thousand Maniacs.
When this year’s round of unsuspecting Northerners fail to show up for their annual Guts N’ Glory Jubilee because the Feds are investigating the disappearances of Northerners over the years, the residents of Pleasant Valley take their twisted carnival on the road and head to Iowa, where they encounter spoiled heiresses, Rome & Tina Sheraton, and the cast and crew of their “Road Rascals” reality show. They begin killing the cast and crew.
At the end, the residents of Pleasant Valley get an idea to use a TV commercial to lure in their victims.
Bill Moseley as Mayor Buckman
Trevor Wright as Falcon
Lin Shaye as Granny Boone
Christa Campbell as Milk Maiden
Ahmed Best as Crow
Nivek Ogre as Harper Alexander
Andrea Leon as Val Turner
Unlike the first film Raw Nerve was not involved with the production.
On October 21, 2009 2001 Maniacs: The Beverly Hellbillys was retitled to 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams announced Tim Sullivan in Santa Monica, California a short time before to movie start on American Film Market.
The finished film was unveiled at 2010's FRIGHT FEST in Glasgow, Scotland on February 26 and three other film festivals in the UK. The DVD release in the United Kingdom is set with the July 5, 2010. The domestic Blu-ray release, with the unrated version is set for the July 20, 2010. The film had his US premiere on April 29, 2010 as part of the Texas Frightmare Weekend and is acquired by First Look Studios. The West Coast release is set for the July 17, 2010. The New Jersey release on July 17, 2010 was hosted by Tim Sullivan.
"Mayor Buckman" actor Bill Moseley had a duet with Rani Sharone as Spider Mountain on the soundtrack.
Clifford Allen Wagner – "Killers on the Highway"
Spider Mountain – "Lord, Let Me Help You Decide Who to Kill"
Clifford Allen Wagner and Ahmed Best – "The South's Gonna Rise Again"
Clifford Allen Wagner and Ahmed Best – "Rot in Hell"
Clifford Allen Wagner and Ahmed Best – "Hey Hey Howdy Howdy Hey"
Clifford Allen Wagner and Ahmed Best – "Fun, Games and Feastin'"
Patrick Copeland & Lin Shaye – "Cannibals"
Clifford Allen Wagner and Ahmed Best – "Building From the Ground Up"
Psycho Charger – "The South's Gonna Rise Again"
Scott Weinberg of Fearnet called it "a merciless chore to get through." R. L. Shaffer of IGN rated it 3/10 stars and called it derivative and dull. David Harley of Bloody Disgusting rated it 0.5/5 stars and described it as "a film which makes absolutely no sense, has no real plot, and is peppered with jokes that seem to be going for being merely crude and offensive rather than funny."