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H.P. Lovecraft (characters)
Jean-Paul Ouellette (writer)
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Mark Kinsey Stephenson ... Randolph Carter

Charles Klausmeyer ... Eliot Damon Howard

Maria Ford ... Alyda Winthrop

John Rhys-Davies ... Professor Warren

Julie Strain ... Creature

Peter Breck ... Sheriff Hatch

David Warner ... Chancellor Thayer
Shawn T. Lim ... Robert Barger
Siobhan McCafferty ... Off. Debbie Lesh
Richard Domeier ... Off. Malcolm Bainbridge

Brad Blaisdell ... Off. Ben Lesh
Kevin Alber ... Jack Herman

August James ... Mary Wilkinson (as August West)
Kit Fredericks ... The Unnamable

Bryan Clark ... Prof. Thurber
Mike Gordon ... Joshua Winthrop (as Captain Mike Gordon)
Chuck Butto ... Off. Joe Choate
Harper Roisman ... Doc Evans
Sasha Jenson ... Irate Student
Dennis Madalone ... Flying Student
Gary Pike ... Prof. Mendez
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Laura Albert ... Guest corpse (uncredited)

Directed by
Jean-Paul Ouellette 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
H.P. Lovecraft  characters
Jean-Paul Ouellette  writer

Produced by
David M. Blake .... executive producer (as David Blake)
Kris Gee B. Cho .... executive producer
Phil Crace .... executive producer
Alexandra Durrell .... co-producer
Ron Gale .... executive producer
Russell D. Markowitz .... line producer
Jean-Paul Ouellette .... producer
Original Music by
David Bergeaud 
Cinematography by
Greg Gardiner 
Roger Olkowski 
Film Editing by
Bill Williams  (as William C. Williams)
Bill Wilner 
Casting by
Kevin Alber 
Production Design by
Tim Keating 
Set Decoration by
Charles Duane 
Makeup Department
Diana Brown .... hair stylist
Diana Brown .... makeup artist
Shashana Kaplan .... makeup department head
Production Management
Stefan Gaines .... production manager
Russell D. Markowitz .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Peter Diamond .... assistant director
Michelle LeDoux .... assistant director
Art Department
John K. Berry .... leadman
Steven C. Voll .... carpenter
Sound Department
Joe Barnett .... sound editor
Rod Ellis .... sound editor
Phillip W. Palmer .... boom operator
Geoffrey Patterson .... sound mixer
Craig Roberts .... sound recordist
Brian Slack .... ultra stereo consultant
Scott Smith .... sound editor
William Smith .... sound re-recording mixer (as Bill Smith)
Jeffrey R. Whitcher .... sound editor
Jeffrey R. Whitcher .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
R. Christopher Biggs .... makeup special effects
Mark Sisson .... special effects makeup
Ken Speed .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Larry Arpin .... roto artist
Milo Brown .... visual effects
Victor Flores .... visual effects
Hector Gallardo .... visual effects
Andy Gauvreau .... special makeup effects: Christopher Biggs Studio
Bruno Staefel .... visual effects
Ron Althoff .... stunt coordinator
Ron Althoff .... stunt double
Dan Koko .... stunt double
Kurt D. Lott .... stunt double
Dennis Madalone .... stunt double
Gary Pike .... stunt double
Patrick J. Statham .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Brian Cantor .... second assistant camera
Terrence Gehr .... grip/electric swing
Len Levine .... gaffer
Bob Myers .... key grip
Cameron Smith .... gaffer
Jon Tucker .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Holly Davis .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Dave Eisenstark .... assistant editor
Bill Wilner .... additional editor

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Rated R for horror violence, and for nudity.
104 min
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Shot in five weeks.See more »
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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
This is how legends are started…, 4 July 2009
Author: lost-in-limbo from the Mad Hatter's tea party.

The competently low-budget sequel (which was made 5 years after the original) sees the story continue where the first film finished off, and director Jean-Paul Ouellette delivers a far better effort on this Lovecraft outing than on the previous one. However while being rather expansive, slicker and better paced, it was kind of laid-back on the violence (which the first film wasn't afraid to bare) and jolting thrills (which aren't as imposing). Some things happen off-screen, but there a few twisted and ravaging acts caught. The slick tone seemed to be aiming for pulpy fun in a fast-moving chase format than the simmering atmospheric jolts in a confined setting, and for most part it works.

Returning characters Randolph Carter (exaggeratedly acted by Mark Kinsey Stephenson) and Eliot Damon Howard (a solid Charles Klausmeyer) make for a fruitful chemistry, as they must do battle again with the demon with no name. Along for the ride is John Rhys-Davies and Maria Ford who spends plenty of screen time in the nude under her flowing long hair is very convincing in her part. Julie Strain is the lucky one who gets suited up in the creatively effective make-up FX of the titular demon and David Warner also gets in the act, but with very little in the way to do.

This time around the story (with a consistently witty script) holds a little more substance and character to its framework (where modern science and ancient folklore come to terms) and explores the possibilities, than reverting to a simple stalk n' slash exercise. After the leaving the tunnels under the Winthrop house, this time the action mainly occurs in the illustrative backdrop of the University grounds. The openness of it didn't do much in the favor of holding suspense, but the atmosphere is glum and its straight-laced quirkiness lends well.

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