Having recently witnessed the horrific results of a top secret project to bring the dead back to life, a distraught youth performs the operation on his girlfriend after she's killed in a motorcycle accident.
James T. Callahan,
Two young boys accidentally release a horde of nasty, pint-sized demons from a hole in a suburban backyard. What follows is a classic battle between good and evil as the two kids struggle ... See full summary »
Angela, the universe's most unpleasant party crasher, returns! Angela's sister, Mouse, is taken by her bullying Catholic school classmates to a party at Angela's favorite haunt, and before long, everybody's being turned into demons and only a butt-kickin' nun, who wields her ruler like a mighty sword of steel, can save the day. Written by
Brian J. Wright <email@example.com>
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Hey, Mouse is all right. She's just had it little rough, that's all.
A little rough? So who hasn't?
Well, listen to this: About a year ago her parents were sent a weird Halloween card. It was home-made and really creepy; like decorated with dead bugs and dried blood, totally disgusting... anyway it was signed by Angela.
They really took it hard. Everyone tried to convince them that it was just a really bad joke, but they swore it was her signature.
A year later they both comitted suicide.
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Straight-to-video presentation is a lot more adept and slick than I thought it was going to be and it surprised me to see director Brian Trenchard-Smith attached. With this man on the project you could expect to see blood, sleaze and plenty of demonic make-up FX on show. And it didn't disappoint. It's virtually a retread of the original film, as it does connect back to it. Where it's a crazy, sexed-up mixture of laughs (mocking sensibility) and frights with an eccentric splash of special effects and non lighting. How it goes about things is like you're entering a haunted house ride. Go through the ups and downs, after a slow start it becomes frenetic just like the flashy camera shots and heavy on dark, Gothic atmosphere. After a group of friends are banned from the school Halloween party, they decide to hold their own in the old abandon house with an urban legend which saw a girl disappear and her body never found. The young cast (Cristi Harris, Amelia Kinkade, Robert Jayne, Rick Peters and Christine Taylor) do a good job with competent turns by all (Jennifer Rhodes is memorable), but what they do bring is energy. "Night of the Demons 2" is over-the-top and daft, but vividly fun.
"This is going to be the party of century."
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