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No one leaves this party. Ever. See more »
Plot:
High-schoolers throw a Halloween party in a mansion haunted by a young demon Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Directed by
Brian Trenchard-Smith 
 
Writing credits
Joe Augustyn (screenplay)

Joe Augustyn (story) and
James Penzi (story)

Produced by
Bill Berry .... line producer
Jeff Geoffray .... producer
Walter Josten .... producer
Henry Seggerman .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Jim Manzie 
 
Cinematography by
David Lewis 
 
Film Editing by
Daniel Duncan 
 
Casting by
Tedra Gabriel 
 
Production Design by
Wendy Guidery 
 
Art Direction by
Darcy Kaye 
 
Set Decoration by
Mary E. Gullickson 
 
Costume Design by
Dorothy Amos 
 
Makeup Department
Bill Barschdorf .... makeup effects assistant (as Bill Barsdorf)
Myrna Burlson .... makeup assistant
Christina Criswell .... makeup/hair assistant
David Dupuis .... makeup effects assistant
Joel Harlow .... makeup effects supervisor
Voni Hinkle .... key hair stylist
Steve Johnson .... makeup artist
Leon Laderach .... makeup effects assistant
Suzanne Parker Sanders .... key makeup artist (as Suzanne Sanders)
Andy Schoneberg .... makeup effects assistant
Jim Eustermann .... creature effects crew (uncredited)
Jim Eustermann .... makeup effects crew: Steve Johnson's XFX, Inc. (uncredited)
Christopher Allen Nelson .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Steve Berkezchuk .... unit production manager
Ed Parmelee .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Athena Alexander .... second second assistant director
Lynn K. D'Angona .... first assistant director (as Lynn D'Angona)
Carla Rose Ponzo .... second assistant director (as Carla Rose Ponzio)
 
Art Department
Matt Alexander .... carpenter (as Matthew Alexander)
Ivan Arbitman .... swing gang
Philip Barnes .... scenic artist (as Phil Barnes)
Miki Berman .... scenic artist (as Miki F. Berman)
Chris Brewster .... swing gang
Nicky Cacavas .... swing gang
Peter S. Combs .... construction coordinator (as Peter Combs)
Gregory M. Edgar .... assistant property master (as Greg Edgar)
Ken Evans .... swing gang
Roy Fielden .... swing gang
Mark Gannes .... property master
Gustav Gustafson .... leadman
Jay Hollenback .... scenic artist
Yvonne Jean .... art department coordinator
Dennis Knobla .... carpenter
Melanie Paizis .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Paul Aulicino .... sound effects editor
Frank A. Fuller Jr. .... second sound re-recording mixer
Frank A. Fuller Jr. .... supervising sound editor
Robert P. Gepson .... cable puller (as Robert Gepson)
Robert P. Gepson .... second boom (as Robert Gepson)
Kevin Hamilton .... dialogue editor
Bo Harwood .... sound mixer
Bess Hopper .... foley artist
Prometheus Patient .... boom operator
Joel E. Smith .... sound effects editor
Joel E. Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Kevin Hamilton .... adr editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Mark R. Byers .... special effects assistant (as Mark Byers)
Frank Ceglia .... mechanical special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Rodney Montague .... computer graphics (as Rod Montague)
 
Stunts
Doc D. Charbonneau .... stunts
Tim A. Davison .... stunts (as Tim Davison)
Shane Dixon .... stunt coordinator
Christian J. Fletcher .... stunts (as Chris Fletcher)
Chuck Picerni Jr. .... stunts (as Charles Picerni Jr.)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Russ Brandt .... camera operator
Erik Carter .... electrician
Kelly Clear .... gaffer
Thomas C. Cook .... best boy grip (as Tom Cook)
Ian Dodd .... first assistant camera
Harris Done .... additional first assistant camera
James 'Dunney' Dunn .... camera loader (as Jim Dunn)
David Goldenberg .... second assistant camera (as Dave Goldenberg)
Todd Griffith .... key grip
Jim Heath .... still photographer
Rob Lewbel .... electrician
Robert Marlowe .... grip
Bob Ruzevich .... best boy electric (as Bob Rusevich)
Todd Velie .... grip
 
Casting Department
Steven Potts .... casting coordinator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Vincent Lapper .... costumer
Sheila Streicek .... costume supervisor (as Sheila Striecek)
 
Editorial Department
Gregory A. Kautz .... telecine colorist (as Greg Kautz)
Ray Morfino .... color timer
Ed Santiago .... associate editor
E. Casey Stangel .... electronic post supervisor
 
Music Department
Paul Edwards .... composer: additional music
Chuck Ferry .... music mixer
Pat Regan .... composer: additional music
Art Wood .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
David Coffee .... transportation captain (as Dave Coffey)
Jeffrey Huddleston .... driver (as Jeff Huddleston)
James Lowder .... transportation coordinator (as Jim Lowder)
Antonio Onate .... driver
 
Other crew
Kevin Alpert .... production intern
Raymond W. Beal .... cat trainer (as Ray Beal)
Don Bensko .... assistant auditor
Lisa Collins .... script supervisor
Dawn Todd Curfman .... production coordinator (as Dawn Todd)
Tom Eaton .... production assistant
Joe Fordham .... production coordinator: XFX
Susan Gero .... production secretary
Erik Habecker .... production assistant
Jay J. Hollenback .... production assistant
April A. Janow .... production accountant (as April Janow)
Devin Kirschbaum .... production assistant
Steven R. Kutcher .... bug wrangler (as Steven Kutcher)
Joyce Lavell .... chef (as Joyce Labell)
Mel Layton .... production executive
Phil Lester .... production assistant
Lani McCullough .... assistant coordinator
Carsten Middelhede .... chef
Dice Miyake .... production intern
Chuck O'Brien .... production intern
Ed Parmelee .... location manager
Joe Prado .... production assistant
Joel Quizon .... production intern
Jeff Allen Rey .... production assistant
Monica Strater .... craft service
 

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Rated R for horror violence and gore, sexuality, nudity and language
Runtime:
96 min
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1.33 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
Australia:MA | Netherlands:16 | UK:18 (video premiere) | USA:R (certificate #32975)

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Trivia:
Rick sarcastically refers to Terri (Christine Taylor) as "Marcia." Taylor would play "Marcia" in The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) a year later.See more »
Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When the demons speak, their scary voices don't match the actors' mouth movements.See more »
Quotes:
Shirley Finnerty:Sister Gloria, is Fellatio a mortal sin or a venial sin?
Sister Gloria:Fellatio? I don't think I'm familiar with that term. Could you please explain to the class exactly what that means?
Shirley Finnerty:[remaining silent] ...
Sister Gloria:What's the matter Miss Finnerty? Cat got your tongue?
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Movie Connections:
References Lurking Fear (1994)See more »
Soundtrack:
Why Do We Have to FightSee more »

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11 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
Demons and burning hormones..., 30 September 2003
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

There are some horror movies that not contribute anything to the genre...And still they're not to be missed. Like the Night of the Demons series ! They're not classics and they never will be...but you sure curse yourself if you miss 'em. This series is just so much fun. It delivers what young horror fans expect. Tons of blood and buckets of gore, loud metal music and gorgeous babes ( we'll come back to that later ). There isn't much of a story or a plot, just some kids who go to celebrate Halloween in the legendary Hull House and...guess what...they raise a demon and bring it out of hell into our world !! This demon has an urban legend attached to her ! She's named Angela and has the honor of being the mistress of Satan himself !! You hear it, no Orson Welles' writing but pure entertainment. The film starts with a scene in which Angela slaughters a couple of Jehova witnesses, so a great mood is set immediately. There's absolutely no tension or atmosphere present in this whole movie, and that's a bit of a shame. The crew of NOTD2 put so much work in the comedy elements that they totally forgot to add a bit of thriller aspects. So it's purely a horror comedy and not every fan appreciates that. I don't mind, though. Sure this film will never rank on top of my favorites list but I sure loved watching it ( ...and re-watching it ) Just don't take it too seriously. The film itself didn't do that neither...

Time for the cast !!! I'm not very much praising their talent because, well..., it's missing for most of them. But they ( and by "they" I mean the girls ) are gorgeous ! Let's honor Angela first. Amelia Kincade is just as sexy as in the original. In her normal form she looks like a Godess and she's perfectly backed up by Bibi, Terri and Shirley...I don't know all their real names but who cares ? They're beautiful and not afraid to show a bit of their lovely bodies. Everybody in this film is horny by the way...

Favorite "rewind" moment : Without a doubt...Angela's erotic dance act at the Halloween party ! Staring with your eyes wide open, I assure you !

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