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Son of Darkness: To Die for II (1991)

R | | Drama, Horror | April 1991 (USA)
Vampires come to town. Who's a vampire? Who's not? Ask our main character, who is suspicious, and our main character's brother, who gets seduced by one.

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Cast

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Nina
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Tom
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Martin
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Max Schreck / Vlad Tepish
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Danny
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Cellia
Remy O'Neill ...
Jane
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Bartender
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Field Reporter
Elizabeth Woods ...
Wife
Jim Price ...
Husband
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Joe
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Teenage Boy (as Scott Heath)
Gayle Phelps ...
Woman Attacked
Doug Collins ...
Man Outside House
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Storyline

Vampires come to town. Who's a vampire? Who's not? Ask our main character, who is suspicious, and our main character's brother, who gets seduced by one.

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Hush Little Baby, Don't You Bite... Daddy Gonna Get You Some Blood Tonight.

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Drama | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong horror violence, sensuality and language. | See all certifications »
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April 1991 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

El hijo de las tinieblas  »

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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Amanda Wyss is one of four returning actors from the original To Die For. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Serial Mom (1994) See more »

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This one just did not do it for me....
7 December 2003 | by (Norfolk, VA) – See all my reviews

Two things I like, Micheal Praed and vampire flicks but when I saw this movie, I found out that the two just did not mix well together. Micheal Praed is one person that I'm used to seeing in his older more prominent role as Robin Hood and when I see him in this film as a vampire, his character seemed more like a sympathetic character than a character of mystery and that sense of allurement that most vampires seem to possess. He had a little mystery in the movie but I just couldn't see him playing this role as a kind, caring loving vampire. And the British accent didn't help either. I was also lost in the explanation of the movie when all of the sudden the victims brother knows the vampire and what he's all about and begins to tell this tale to his sister that I just couldn't see fit in this movie. This is not the worst of vampire flicks but it's not the best.


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