New ‘Terrifier 2’ Still Features Sienna at Halloween Party

Writer/director/makeup FX artist/editor Damien Leone dropped a new still from the highly anticipated Halloween horror sequel Terrifier 2 online this week in celebration of leading lady Lauren LaVera’s birthday.

A June 14 post on the film’s official Instagram account features a fresh shot of LaVera as the new character Sienna, dressed in her warrior angel costume we’ve seen in previously released stills (and is discussed by Damien Leone in our interview here), with a jack-o’-lantern and skull decorations in the background, likely taking place at the Halloween party mentioned in the teaser trailer. The caption says “Wishing the happiest birthday to our Terrifier 2 superstar @laurenlavera 🥳🎁🎈🎂✨🤩 We’re so excited for u guys to see her in action!”

The official synopsis: After Art the Clown is resurrected by a sinister entity, he returns to the timid town of Miles County, where he targets a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween Night.

The film is written and directed by Damien Leone, who also serves as a producer, along with Phil Falcone, George Steuber, Steven Della Salla, Mike Leavy, and Jason Leavy.

David Howard Thornton once again plays Art the Clown in Terrifier 2. The cast also includes Lauren LaVera as Sienna and Elliott Fullam as Sienna’s younger brother, Jonathan, as well as Casey Hartnett, Kailey Hyman, Sarah Voigt, Tamara Glynn, and Felissa Rose.

You can see the new photo below, and then scroll down to watch the official teaser and our exclusive interview with Damien Leone.

[See all of our Terrifier 2 coverage here.]


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Matt Artz

Founded Halloween Daily News in 2012 and the Halloween International Film Festival in 2016. Professional writer/journalist/photographer since 2000.