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Writers (WGA):
Stephen King (characters)
Guy Riedel (story)
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Release Date:
3 September 1996 (USA) See more »
Some things are better left ... dead See more »
A man returns to his hometown only to be haunted by ghostly teenagers. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Adam Grossman 
Writing credits
Stephen King (characters)

Guy Riedel (story)

Guy Riedel (screenplay) and
Adam Grossman (screenplay)

Produced by
Mark Amin .... executive producer
Barry Barnholtz .... executive producer
Phillip B. Goldfine .... co-producer
JoAnn May-Pavey .... line producer (as Jo Ann May-Pavey)
Michael L. Meltzer .... producer (as Michael Meltzer)
Milton Subotsky .... co-producer
Original Music by
Peter Manning Robinson 
Cinematography by
Christopher Baffa 
Film Editing by
Stephen R. Myers  (as Stephen Myers)
Casting by
Ed Mitchell 
Robyn Ray 
Production Design by
Aaron Osborne 
Set Decoration by
Danielle Berman 
Costume Design by
Bonnie Stauch  (as Bonnie Ann Stauch)
Makeup Department
John Brown .... makeup assistant
Earl Ellis .... makeup effects supervisor
Elisabeth Fry .... key makeup artist
Marc Lougee .... prosthetics technician
Bart Mixon .... makeup effects supervisor (as Bart J. Mixon)
Claudia Orozco .... makeup assistant
Phillip Pico .... key hair stylist (as Pico)
Joe Podnar .... key makeup assistant
Jordu Schell .... makeup assistant
Anthony Showe .... makeup assistant
Production Management
Aryana Farshad .... post-production supervisor
David Tripet .... executive in charge of production
Cami Winikoff .... executive in charge of production
JoAnn May-Pavey .... unit production manager (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Karen N. Horwitz .... second second assistant director
Becky Logan .... first assistant director
Violet S. Raye .... first assistant director
Jonathan Southard .... second assistant director (as Jonathan M. Southard)
Rich Schroeder .... second assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Edward J. Borasch Jr. .... property master (as Ed Borasch Jr.)
Andrew Max Cahn .... set designer (as Andrew Cahn)
John L. Chaldu .... on-set dresser
Erin Cochran .... assistant property master
Scott Fortner .... lead man
Heather Gulko .... set dresser
Steven K. Mitchell .... illustrator
Foster Vick .... art department coordinator
Sound Department
Suzanne Angel .... adr assistant
David Bach .... sound effects editor
Oliver Barth .... adr editor
Sarah Brady .... adr supervisor
John Brasher .... sound re-recording mixer
Cormac Funge .... sound effects editor
Cameron Hamza .... sound mixer
Eric Hoeschen .... adr mixer
Eric Hoeschen .... foley mixer
Marty Hutcherson .... sound re-recording mixer
Carlos Isais .... machine room operator
Jason Johnston .... boom operator (as Jason S. Johnston)
Marydixie Kirkpatrick .... boom operator
Bruce Murphy .... dialogue editor
Doug Reed .... foley artist
Doug Reed .... foley editor
Brian Smith .... machine room operator
Elmo Weber .... sound designer (as L. Mo Weber)
Zeke Young .... sound effects editor
Nancy Lee Bleisch .... assistant post-production sound coordinator (uncredited)
Walter Spencer .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Jon Warren .... mechanical effects supervisor
Cauri Jaye .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Karl Nettmann .... assistant pyrotechnician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Dark Hoffman .... mechanical effects crew
Christopher Jackson .... digital rotoscope artist (as Chris Jackson)
Evan Jacobs .... visual effects supervisor: Vision Crew
Douglas Miller .... digital effects supervisor
Greg Priest .... mechanical effects crew
Brian Remaley .... mechanical effects crew
Richard Webb .... mechanical effects crew (as Rich Webb)
Jophery C. Brown .... stunt coordinator (as Jophery Brown)
Leon Delaney .... stunts
Christopher Epper .... stunts
Chris Howell .... stunts (as Christopher Howell)
Robert Jauregui .... stunts
Myke Schwartz .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeff Barco .... electrician
Brent Bye .... best boy electric
Grace Chon .... still photographer
David DeForest Keys .... second assistant camera (as David Deforest Keys)
Javier Ferrer .... key grip
Sean T. Hannan .... dolly grip
Sean T. Hannan .... gaffer
Scott Johnston .... first assistant camera
Mike Karasick .... electrician
Roland Martinez .... best boy grip (as Roland-Spyder-Martinez)
Terry Newport .... grip
J.S. Pamula .... grip
Brooks Robinson .... Steadicam operator
Rod Searcey .... still photographer
Cynthia Shiley .... camera loader
Steven Douglas Smith .... additional photographer (as Steven Smith)
Casting Department
Mireille Dermer .... casting assistant
Shannon K. Dunn .... extras casting (as Shannon Dunn)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Dayna Cullincini .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Richard Jordan .... executive in charge of post-production
Elizabeth Phaneuf .... first assistant editor
Dahven A. Polakow .... second assistant editor
Michael E. Polakow .... supervising editor
Music Department
Gary English .... music supervisor: Trimark
Dan Raziel .... music engineer
Michael Blakey .... music producer (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Darrell Dubovsky .... driver
Walter Horn .... driver: honeywagon
Ken Kaplan .... transportation coordinator
Steve Shoemaker .... transportation captain (as Steve 'Shoe' Shoemaker)
Collin Butrum .... transportation (uncredited)
Sean J. Moore .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Marvin V. Acuna .... production assistant
Lene Irgens Baekkel .... assistant production coordinator
Troy Bass .... office production assistant (as Troy A. Bass)
Brian Berkenfeld .... publicist
Peter A. Block .... executive in charge of business affairs (as Peter Block)
James Carter .... security officer
Lydia Cedrone .... post-production auditor (as Lydia T. Cedrone)
Bruce David Eisen .... executive in charge of business affairs
Kiley Fascia .... assistant auditor (as Kiley S. Fascia)
Eric Fierstein .... location manager
Peter Hallquist .... production assistant
Deborah Henderson .... assistant: Cami Winkoff
Susan K. Hong .... production assistant
Kevin Hyman .... completion guarantee
Jay Johnson .... title designer
Martin Katz .... assistant: Mr. Meltzer
Brian M. Kingman .... insurance (as Brian Kingman)
Mark McRiley .... craft service
Richard Middleton .... assistant: Phillip Goldfine (as Richard C. Middleton)
Heidi S. Pavey .... production coordinator
Amanda Rush .... medic (as Amanda C. Rush)
Christine Rush .... key production assistant
Marcia Rutledge .... insurance
David Schwartz .... production assistant
Mary Anne Seward .... script supervisor (as Mary Seward-McKeon)
Gayle Slade .... assistant: Mr. Meltzer
Donna Solomon .... contractual auditor: Trimark
Ben Urquhart .... production assistant
Desiree Varni .... production auditor (as Desiree Killian)
Meltem Vogler .... production controller: Trimark (as Meltem Demirer Vogler)
Teresa Voytish .... cook's helper
David Weber .... legal services
Mark Wolf .... cook
Steven Zeller .... publicist
Andy Ziskin .... production assistant
Crew verified as complete

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Sometimes They Come Back 2" - USA (alternative title)
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Rated R for strong horror violence and gore, some sexuality and language
98 min
Sound Mix:
Australia:MA | Finland:K-16 | France:-12 (TV rating) | Germany:18 (video premiere) | Iceland:16 | Portugal:M/18 (video premiere) | Singapore:M18 | UK:18 (video premiere) | USA:R

Did You Know?

The newspaper clipping Michelle reads about Lisa's death has the names of various crew members: The writer of the article is Adam Grossman, the actual director of the film as well the writer of both this film and Sometimes They Come Back... for More (1998) (V). The woman who finds Lisa's body is Heidi S. Pavey, the film's production coordinator. The officer she calls is Aaron Osborne, the film's production designer. The spokesman for the mining company is Michael L. Meltzer, the film's producer.See more »
Revealing mistakes: When Tony taps the blood pool with his knife, the edges of the pool set on fire. If you look closely, surrounding the pool is a ring that allows the fire to ignite.See more »
Tony Reno:[to Steve as he is held underground] Hey, Steve! I've been thinking... we never had a chance to get to know each other. You know, I'm not such a bad guy once you get to know me. Here's a question: If a gardener with a big mouth is alone in the field being tortured and no-one has to hear him scream, does it still hurt?See more »
Movie Connections:
References "Speed Racer" (1994)See more »
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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Effectively scary sequel, 4 March 2009
Author: ctomvelu-1 from United States

A surprisingly good followup to the 1991 TV adaptation of a Stephen King short story, 1996's SOMETIMES 2 follows the plot of the original closely, but is perhaps even scarier this time around. A man haunted by the death of his sister at the hands of three brutes 30 years before returners to his hometown , nubile daughter in tow. The three brutes return from the dead as demons and plan to do in the guy's daughter. Michael Gross, the father from that old Michael J. Fox show, plays the dad and pre-stardom Hillary Swank plays the daughter in peril. A rather strange Arquette family member, Alexis, plays the sinister leader of the demonic trio. And believe me when I say, he is truly creepy. There is plenty of blood and violence, so the "R" rating slapped on this STV is well deserved. Enjoy. I saw it again recently and it has lost none of its power.

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