Ghoulies II picks up a short time after the first movie, a few of the little nasties stow away on an amusement park ride and bring big bucks to a dying fair. The creatures are mad after an ... See full summary »
According to stories producer Charles Band tells on his Full Moon Horror Road Show, he was tasked to come up with a great campaign to promote the film. During a brainstorming session he came up with the idea to have the Ghoulie popping up from the toilet. The idea was a huge success and the scene was then shot for the film after the fact. See more »
At the end of the scene where Jonathan summons a rainstorm in his basement a microphone pokes into view from the right side of the screen. See more »
[Mike falls over while trying to breakdance]
I think I broke my head.
[standing over Mike]
Oh, thank God. I thought that you actually hurt yourself.
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A young man (Peter Liapis) and his girlfriend (Lisa Pelikan) move into an man's old mansion home, where he becomes possessed by a need to control ancient demons.
This comes from the golden age of Charles Band's producing, despite the film's incredibly low ranking. I am baffled how this could get under a 4, as it has all the fun and charm of the 1980s, and is (in my opinion) far more entertaining than "Puppet Master".
This movie serves as Mariska Hargitay's film debut (and I am sure she is quite proud). More interestingly, Jeffrey Combs could have starred, but was not chosen during casting. He ended up playing another magician in "Doctor Mordrid" anyway, so I guess that worked out alright.
Why this film has such a poor following, with viewers saying it "belongs in the toilet" is beyond me. I see worse films than this almost every day.
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