The Ghoulies wreak havoc at an amusement park, disposing of those who mistake them for mere fairground attractions.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Damon Martin ...
Larry
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Sir Nigel Penneyweight
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P. Hardin
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Nicole
Dale Wyatt ...
Dixie
Jon Pennell ...
Bobby (as Jon Maynard Pennell)
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Teddy
Starr Andreeff ...
Alice
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Merle
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Eddie
Christopher Burton ...
Leo
Mickey Knox ...
Ray
Romano Puppo ...
Zampano
Ames Morton ...
Patty
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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 attempt to kill them, so the creatures go on a rampage through the fairgrounds, ultimately leading to an explosive conclusion! Written by JohnPaul C. <lennon@execpc.ccom>

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The original ending was re-written on set. See more »

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When kids who got attacked inside Satan's Den come back with the police they are in the back seat of the police car and get out at the same time the cop exits from the driver's seat. This should not be possible since the rear passenger doors of police cars are designed to only be opened from the outside. See more »

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Patty: Have you seen my little Muffy?
Zampano: Who hasn't?
Patty: I mean my kitten, musclehead!
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References The Return of the Living Dead (1985) See more »

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Bazaar
Composed by George Fenton & John Leach
Published by Bruton Music/APM, ASCAP
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Better Than the First Ghoulies
2 December 2013 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

This is the rare case where a sequel is actually better than the original. Considering that original is the cheap and nasty Ghoulies, it's really not much of an accomplishment. Anyway the plot here is that the Ghoulies make their way to a carnival where business is poor. Their presence manages to help business pick up but of course they do what Ghoulies are meant to do and start killing people.

What makes this a better movie than the first? Well for starters the carnival setting is more interesting. The special effects for the Ghoulies is improved over the first. The cast is better, helped in large part by veteran Royal Dano and "little person" Phil Fondacaro. But ultimately it's the camp humor that this movie has that elevates it above the previous movie.

All this being said about how it's an improvement over the first Ghoulies, it's still not a very good movie. It's watchable enough for a movie of its kind. But let's not get carried away and say it's anything better than that. So, better than the first Ghoulies but still not very good.


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