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Director:
Writers:
William F. Nolan ("He Who Kills" written by) &
Dan Curtis ("He Who Kills" written by) ...
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Release Date:
30 October 1996 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Plot:
Three short tales of terror including: woman's encounter when attempting to rob a grave; the story of a woman who summons her son back from the dead; and tale of an African doll who comes to life. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
Nominated for Primetime Emmy. See more »
NewsDesk:
(4 articles)
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Decent 90's TV Horror See more (31 total) »

Cast

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Lysette Anthony ... Laura, Bobby's Mom / Dr. Simpson

Geraint Wyn Davies ... Ben

Matt Clark ... Roger Ansford

Geoffrey Lewis ... Stubbs

Blake Heron ... Bobby
Richard Fitzpatrick ... Jerry O'Farrell

Thomas Mitchell ... Lew
Gerry Quigley ... Akers
Dennis O'Connor ... Brig
John McMahon ... Taylor
Alan Bridle ... The Minister

Brittaney Bennett ... The Waitress
Norm Spencer ... Officer #1
Bruce McFee ... Officer #2

Joe Gieb ... The Dwarf Bobby

Alex Carter ... Breslow

Philip Williams ... Pete
Tom Melissis ... Rothstein

Aron Tager ... Steve
Durward Allen ... Spaulding

Peter Keleghan ... Dennis

Directed by
Dan Curtis 
 
Writing credits
William F. Nolan ("He Who Kills" written by) &
Dan Curtis ("He Who Kills" written by)

Henry Kuttner  story "The Graveyard Rats"
Richard Matheson  screenplay
Richard Matheson  segment "Bobby"
Richard Matheson  story "Prey"

Produced by
Julian Marks .... producer
Arturs Rusis .... associate producer (as Artûrs Rûsis)
Tony Thatcher .... line producer
 
Original Music by
Bob Cobert 
 
Cinematography by
Elemér Ragályi (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Bill Blunden 
 
Casting by
Dan Shaner 
 
Production Design by
Veronica Hadfield 
 
Art Direction by
Vlasta Svoboda 
 
Set Decoration by
Elizabeth Calderhead 
 
Costume Design by
Melanie Jennings 
 
Makeup Department
Bruce Appleby .... hair stylist
Marie Nardella .... makeup department head
Rick Stratton .... special makeup effects artist
Tom Irvin .... special makeup effects artist: All Effects (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Tony Thatcher .... unit production manager
Ed Milkovich .... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Eric Allard .... second unit director
Darrin Brown .... trainee assistant director
Grant Lucibello .... second assistant director
Laury Mirsky .... first assistant director (as Laurie Mirsky)
 
Art Department
Robert L. Blair .... property master (as Bob Blair)
Kristopher Lee Hadfield .... art dept apprentice
 
Sound Department
Thomas Hidderley .... sound mixer (as Tom Hidderley)
Marti D. Humphrey .... re-recording mixer
Devin Joseph .... dialogue editor
Michael O'Corrigan .... sound supervisor (as Mike O'Corrigan)
Greg Orloff .... re-recording mixer
R. Russell Smith .... re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Frank C. Carere .... special effects
Jeff Skochko .... effects key
Andy Weder .... puppeteer
 
Visual Effects by
Eric Allard .... creature effects
 
Stunts
Rick Forsayeth .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ian Bibby .... chief lighting technician
Brian Gedge .... camera operator
Leonard Mitalas .... camera trainee
Mark Silver .... key grip
 
Casting Department
Deirdre Bowen .... casting: Toronto
Penny Ludford .... casting associate (as Penny Musarra)
Ivan Sutton .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Bev Ball .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Jennifer Davis .... post-production coordinator
Paula Stein .... assistant editor
 
Location Management
Lisa Jensen .... key assistant location manager
Michael Tough .... location manager
 
Music Department
Bob Cobert .... conductor
Chris Ledesma .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Thomas Osmond .... transportation coordinator (as Tom Osmond)
Bill Boyd .... picture car mechanic (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Richard Dixon .... production controller (as Dick Dixon)
Steve Fisch .... business affairs/legal
Alexandra MacKenzie .... production coordinator
Trisha Papas .... assistant production coordinator
Anna Rane .... script supervisor
Vanessa Burns .... stand-in (uncredited)
Matthew Gross .... production executive (uncredited)
Bonnie Weinstein .... assistant writer (uncredited)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Bobby" - International (English title) (segment title)
"Dan Curtis' Trilogy of Terror II" - USA (complete title)
"He Who Kills" - International (English title) (segment title)
"The Graveyard Rats" - International (English title) (segment title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for violence and terror
Runtime:
90 min
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Certification:
Australia:M | Finland:K-16 (video premiere) | Germany:18 | UK:15 | USA:R
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Lysette Anthony starred as Angelique in the 1991 Dark Shadows revival series on NBC in prime time, which was based on the ABC daytime gothic soap opera of the same title which ran from 1966 to 1971, both were produced by Dan Curtis, as was Trilogy Of Terror (1975) starring Karen Black & Trilogy Of Terror 2 (1996) starring Lysette Anthony . . .See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: The apartment at the beginning of the third story is obviously not the same one from the first film. It is much larger and more modern with a second floor.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "Dark Shadows" (1966)See more »

FAQ

Is there an Official Trilogy Of Terror 2 web site?
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14 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
Decent 90's TV Horror, 26 September 1999
Author: SnacksForAll from San Diego, CA

Anyone born before 1980 can't help but remember that video cover that stared up at them from the spooky horror section shelf at the "Video Library." It was the one all the little kids loved to rent...it was also the one all the little kids loved to fast-forward through 80% of to get to the Zuni-doll story.

And about 20 years later, the Trilogy of Terror is back, and the Zuni-Doll once again steals the show....but not entirely. The first story, about giant rats in a graveyeard, is well-written and memorable. The second story, while a bit creepy at the beginning, is for the most part....stupid. But not terrible. The third story (saving the best for last) marks the return of the infamous Zuni-Warrior doll. The sad thing about it is, is that it is really a cheap rehash of the classic original. Entertaining yes, but original? Hardly.

But at least the first two stories were a little more memorable. The first two in the original TRILOGY were very well-written, but easily forgettable.

The beautiful Lysette Anthony does her best in this made-for-TV horror flick. Actually, I was impressed with her acting, considering this film was, in a way, standard USA network fare. She seemed at least somewhat enthusiastic about this gig, and filled Karen Black's shoes nicely.

All in All, TRILOGY OF TERROR 2 is good, clean fun for the whole family. That is of course, sarcasm...but, it IS good clean fun for that son of yours who makes a B-line for the Horror section whenever you visit Blockbuster Video....

6.5 out of 10.

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