A writer suffering from agoraphobia rents an isolated house so she can concentrate on her writing. She doesn't know that the house is a former brothel, and is inhabited by the ghosts of dead prostitutes.
Michael David Lally
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Sequal to Blood Cult, set two months after the events in the first movie, has the Devil-worshiping cult committing more murders and mayhem. Michael Hogan the brother of one of the victims from the first movie, arrives in the small town to investigate his brother's death and with the assistance of the old widow farmer Gracie Moore sets out to prove the existence of the Santanic cult in which the town doctor, the college dean, and a corrupt U.S. Senator are all involved with. However, not everything is what it appears to be... Written by
Sequel to Blood Cult has Patrick Wayne (John's son) coming to the small town to see who or what killed his baby brother. This movie picks up minutes after the events in the first film ended but instead of doing something interesting the screenplay just has more of the same. If you've seen the first film then you know a cult is doing the killing and it's clear in this film but we've got to put up with Wayne's character trying to figure everything out again. This becomes very tiresome and what makes it worse is that the film runs for nearly 104-minutes, which is just way, way too long. John Carradine appears in two scenes as a Senator and head Satan worshipper. He really plays it rather straight but is decent in the role. Wayne on the other hand is incredibly stiff and doesn't add anything to the film. While the first film had a fair share of violence that's not the case here. Most of the violence has been hacked out and you're left with a straight mystery that just doesn't work. I was about to give this thing a half a star but things do pick up in the final five minutes with a nice twist that I actually didn't see coming. Even with that said, the two films in this series are extremely bad and boring.
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